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The Ultimate Graphics Cards Round-up: Spring 2010 @ InsideHW

Posted on Tuesday, June 01 2010 @ 06:30:57 CEST by

When the current state of the graphics card market is compared to the situation of four or five years ago, one might think that it’s much simpler to buy a graphics card nowadays. Indeed, the numerous LE and SE models are long gone and there is no covert memory bus halving, when users ended up with performance far inferior to those in reviews. You may stumble upon a few models containing DDR2 memory, instead of the referent models’ GDDR3, but these are usually end-of-life products at the rock bottom of the current product gamma, so buyers actually do end up with the performance they paid for these days.

Still, the unequal speed of new chip development in the two competitor companies, followed by strong economic impacts last year and a no-holds-barred battle for market dominance, caused the existence of a higher-than-needed number of similarly priced models present on the market at the moment, so customers may be in doubt as to which card will give them the best performance in a given price range. That’s why we decided to make a test of all models from the current generation available at the market. Read more at InsideHW.



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