Today we will be looking at the big brother of AMD’s Cape Verde architecture, the HD 7770. This time its HIS that was kind enough to send a sample to be punished by our review staff. The HIS HD 7770 GHz Edition comes in with more shaders and a much higher clock speed (1GHz, hence the name!) than its little brother the HIS HD 7750. Let’s take a more detailed look at the card and see just how much difference it makes in these mainstream based cards.
Gigabyte brought the G1-Killer gaming series to the community early 2011 focusing on gaming features specifically in it’s design. Both the G1.Sniper and G.Assassin variants seemed to have become quick favorites with the avid gamers out there. In this review we will be looking at the X79 version of the G1 series, the Gigabyte G1.Assassin 2.
If you are in the market for a new router, the top of your tech wish-list needs to be Wireless N and Gigabit transfer speeds. D-Link has a wide range of options with those features, but one model that should interest all the gamers is the Xtreme N Gaming Router. In addition to the latest technology, it also has an advanced quality of service (QOS) filtering called GamerFuel. Throw in an LCD screen and a USB port and you’ve got yourself a very attractive product on paper. Hopefully this little guy has the muscle to back it all up and deliver the performance you require.