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The Linux-Gurus over at Phoronix got their hands on a pre-release set of drivers for NVIDIA's recently released GeForce 7900 series of cards, and they've taken EVGA's 7900 GT to task with a handful of benchmarks.  They also do a bit of overclocking as well.  Good info for the Linux fans amongst you. "Last week we had presented the world with our preview of the NVIDIA GeForce 7900GT 256MB in the form of the EVGA e-GeForce 7900GT CO SUPERCLOCKED 256MB. We are back again today with our complete Linux gaming benchmark results as well as seeking the maximum frequency when overclocking. Although the new Linux display drivers which support... Read more...
The Inquirer has posted some of the first pics of a supposed EVGA GeForce 7600GT OC graphics card in the wild. The post includes some preliminary specifications including 600MHz / 1580MHz operating frequencies which should make the card perform exceptionally well against similarly-priced cards. Again, time will tell and we'll reserve final judgement until we have the cards on our testbenches. The RAM is branded as K4J52324QC-BC14, which should be set at 700MHz (DDR3-1400), but as this is an EVGA OC card, 780MHz (1560MHz) shouldn't be beyond reach.... Read more...
So can EVGA's 7800GTX KO knock out the competition? While it does boast higher GPU and memory clock speeds than Nvidia's reference design, at around $480 it is a bit more expansive than some other 7800GTX cards. Even so, quality isn't always cheap. "The reference 7800GTX 256Mb from nVidia comes with 430Mhz GPU and 1.2Ghz memory clock. EVGA´s 7800GTX KO version has 490Mhz GPU and 1.3Ghz memory clocks; nVidia´s 7800GTX 512Mb does better with 550mhz GPU and 1.7ghz memory, the KO version of EVGA sits in the middle GPU clock wise"... Read more...
HardOCP has posted a review of EVGA's own nForce4 SLI-based motherboard for your viewing pleasure. Given the reputation and success EVGA has on the graphics card front, it is interesting to hear what the guys have to say about their flagship motherboard offering. One thing is certain, it does make you wonder how solid this motherboard truly is if EVGA is giving one away free with every GeForce 7800GT purchase. Then again, who can complain about a free motherboard!While Morry did have a much better experience than I did, I would still be hard pressed to suggest the EVGA NF41 SLI to anyone at all. This is EVGA's second foray into the motherboard arena, and while they have gotten a lot of things... Read more...
Hey folks! As most of you know, Valve has released the short, but sweet, Lost Cost level with HDR support. From the Steam update I read earlier, the added commentary seems to be a hit, so they'll most likely be adding it to other projects. It would be nice to see some design comments on their upcoming expansion, "Aftermath". Enjoy the news! eVga 7800GT SLI Review @ Gamepyre "Featuring Lifetime Warranties that actually last, a Step-Up program that's unique in the industry, 24-7 Toll-Free Technical Support, these are trademarks of a company that cares about its customers. For those reasons, I can easily recommend an EVGA video card. The 7800GT CO adds a factory overclocked core and... Read more...
Good evening folks.  We were just informed that EVGA is auctioning off one of their excellent e-GeForce 7800 GTX cards, and that all of the proceeds - and then some - will be going to the Red Cross Hurricane Katrina disaster relief fund.  Here's what EVGA had to say in their e-mail: "...There are many in need and EVGA is doing its part to help. Please spread this message to those you know. In our efforts to support those affected by Hurricane Katrina, EVGA is donating 100% of the proceeds from this auction to the American Red Cross. In addition, EVGA will double the final auction amount and add to the total donation." Link to Auction: https://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5240217938... Read more...
Hey folks, I'm here to drop some news off before I hit the sack. Coming straight from HH, Marco has reviewed EVGA's e-GeForce 7800 GTX EGS, check below for more information. Goodnight all :) EVGA e-GeForce 7800 GTX EGS "The e-GeForce 7800 GTX we'll be showcasing today is one of three 7800 based products EVGA currently has in their line-up, but we know a fourth model with a custom cooling solution should be available in the not-too-distant future as well. The e-GeForce 7800 GTX we have here, part number 256-P2-N528-AX, is essentially a duplicate of NVIDIA's reference design, with slightly different default core and memory clock speeds and a custom decal on the fan shroud." DFI LanParty... Read more...
Almost immediately after we begun working with NVIDIA's reference GeForce 7800 GTX cards in the days and weeks leading up to the launch, we were contacted by a handful of NVIDIA's launch partners and informed that they'd have retail hardware ready to coincide with the official announcement of the GeForce 7800 GTX.  Leadtek, Gigabyte, BFG, MSI, Asus and EVGA were among the first to contact us with some specifics regarding their respective GeForce 7800 GTX cards.  The first one to send us a sample for review, however, was EVGA. The e-GeForce 7800 GTX we'll be showcasing today is one of three 7800 based products EVGA currently has in their line-up, but we know a fourth model with a custom... Read more...
Back in May '04, NVIDIA introduced the GeForce 6800 Ultra Extreme Edition to counter the launch of ATi's Radeon X800 XT Platinum Edition, and gamers the world over took notice.  Just a few weeks earlier, the GeForce 6800 Ultra was unveiled, and at the time it was smoking through benchmarks like nobody's business.  Then, about a month later NVIDIA announces this new card and it's got a 16-Pipe NV40 core running a full 50MHz faster than the "stock" 6800 Ultra.  On top of that, it was said that some AIC partners may even ship cards with faster memory as well, offering even higher performance.  Today, we'll be taking a look at just such a card. The eVGA GeForce 6800... Read more...
Greetings All!  There hasn't been a whole lot of activity today, but we were able to pull together some more goodies nonetheless.  So without further ado, here's your mid-afternoon shot of hardware goodness... ATI Brings High Definition Gaming to Mobile Users Leading Developers Agree, MOBILITY RADEON 9800 brings notebook graphics performance to unparalleled levels Tuesday July 27, 2004 - MARKHAM, Ontario – ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX:ATY, NASDAQ:ATYT), the global leader for mobile graphics, today raised the performance bar to unprecedented heights with the introduction of MOBILITY RADEON 9800. Designed for the mobile gaming enthusiast, MOBILITY RADEON 9800 enables users to enjoy... Read more...
Good Evening Folks! Just in case you missed the link at the top of the page, I'm here to let you know that we've just posted a review of eVGA's Personal Cinema FX 5700. This card is eVGA's answer to the very popular ATi "All-In-Wonder" line of products. We've compared its features and performance to a Radeon 9600 XT and a GeForce FX 5700 Ultra. Click here to take a look...... Read more...
It's been a long time since several pioneering companies bridged the gap between the TV and the PC.  What initially started out as a novelty is now driving the industry in a new direction with the merging of TV and Radio with the personal computer.  Today, thanks to faster hardware, and the advent of the mini-PC, manufacturers and users alike continue the push to merge the PC into our lives as a complete media device. One of the components needed to make this possible is a TV/Video card.  Without a solid video card and TV card solution, the "home theater PC" could not exist.  While each component can be bought separately, space constraints can make a combination... Read more...
  The eVGA e-GeForce4 Ti4600 Video Card with ACS2 A "GeForce" To Be Reckoned With By, Jeff Bouton May 7, 2002 eVGA.com is a relative newcomer to the video card market, starting their operations in 1999.  Although they may not be a household name just yet, we have a feeling that things are about to change for this "new" company.  Becoming a major player in a market that is fiercely competitive is no small task, however. Early on, eVGA realized that they had to offer the user a product line that would give them something the other manufacturers couldn't.  For starters, the team at eVGA put together a patented install software package, dubbed ADM (Automated... Read more...
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