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AMD Launches the HD 7990 Dual GPU Card

Today AMD is announcing their “new” HD 7990 dual GPU graphics card. This isn’t very new though, as there have been two cards with dual HD 7970’s on them for a while now. Rumored for a long time, AMD is finally bringing the reference HD 7990 to the market. Read More

New 3DMark Trailer released by Futuremark

Today we get to show you a little taste of what Futuremark is going to bring to the table with their new GPU benchmark. They have not yet mentioned a name for this benchmark, but we do have a couple of screenshots and a high resolution trailer (2560×1440) to show you. Read More

NVIDIA Says No to Voltage Control

It has come to our attention that NVIDIA is making sure that there will be no voltage control for their GK100 line up. The news comes via a forum post at the EVGA forums (which we confirmed independently) and it’s not pretty as far as overclockers are concerned. Read More

AMD Announces Radeon HD 7950 with Boost

Yesterday AMD announced a new version of their Tahiti Pro Radeon HD 7950 – with Boost. Let’s call it HD 7950B for the purposes of expediency. But what, if anything, does that change? We’ve got the low down for you. Read More

AMD Releases HD 7970 GHz Edition

In what seems to be sort of a ‘hey, we’re still here!’ moment, AMD is celebrating the six month anniversary of its HD 7970 GPU with a refresh. They’re raising the GPU and memory clockspeeds on the reference card and releasing the AMD HD 7970 GHz Edition. They are also touting the new capabilities of some game partnerships as well as the improved coding of their Catalyst drivers for the entire 7xxx product stack. Read More

Computex 2012

As I’m sure a lot of readers here already know, Computex 2012 is going on right now in Taipei, Taiwan. Just like CES, which overclockers.com attended last year, is a showcase for all kinds of technology manufacturers to show off their new wares. Read More

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