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Thursday, June 24, 2010
Computer desktop real estate is something that you can never have too much of. Adding multiple monitors to your system is one of the easiest ways to add precious pixels to your desktop. EVGA is no stranger to the realm of display technologies, and their new product, the UV Plus UV-19 (Model: 100-U2-UV19-TR) aims to make that easier on everyone using DisplayLink technology. Benchmark Reviews is going to take a look at this external USB Display extender and see what it can offer. EVGA boasts such features as USB 2.0 convenience, DVI connection, Small design, and Low-power consumption, just to name a few. Will the UV Plus+ UV-19 live up the EVGA name? Stay tuned to the the rest of the article on Benchmark Reviews to find out.
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Wednesday, February 17, 2010
"Today we will be taking a look at the latter, a full size ATX board based on the H55 chipset from EVGA, aptly dubbed the EVGA H55, part number: 123-CD-E635-KR. Aside from being a full size board, EVGA?s offering brings some innovative features to the table, such as dual heatsink mounting support which allows you to mount either a Socket 775 or Socket 1156 heatsink and EZ voltage read points which allow you to quickly and easily check the voltages of your system with a voltmeter directly from the motherboard. Continue ahead as we take an in-depth look at the EVGA H55 Motherboard. "
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Monday, February 8, 2010
NVIDIA and ATI dominate the market for gaming-oriented video cards. But neither company sells video cards directly to the consumer; rather, they produce "reference designs" that are manufactured by a number of "partners". Most partners simply produce the reference design and slap an identifying sticker on the card's cooler; although some might replace the reference design cooler with a quieter or more powerful solution, with few exceptions there's little to distinguish one partner's version of a specific card from another partner's version of the same card. EVGA breaks out of this rut with their EVGA GTX 275 CO-OP PhysX Edition, model 012-P3-1178-TR, which combines NVIDIA GTS250 and GTX275 GPUs on the same card, and Benchmark Reviews takes it around the block to see what it's got.
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Thursday, March 26, 2009
EVGA's X58 SLI isn't a new offering, but it's still quite relevant. So, we're taking a fresh look at the board to see where it stands in today's competition. While its overclocking-ability may not be overly impressive, EVGA makes it apparent that they don't cut corners and deliver a board that's attractive to both gamers and new system builders alike.
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Monday, March 23, 2009
Today we are going to test the EVGA nForce 790i SLI FTW Digital PWM motherboard the only new feature of which is a digital PWM. Still, FTW models have an important feature: they are officially based on the NVIDIA nForce 790i SLI chipset, not its Ultra version. With the insignificant difference in practical features, it means much lower costs for the chipset and the motherboard.
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Monday, March 2, 2009
When NVIDIA released their GTX 285 card last month, it became the fastest single-GPU card on the market, and that fact still remains. But with our insatiable appetite for more performance, we can't help but be curious as to how the cards perform when overclocked. So let's check that out, with the help of EVGA's SSC Edition.
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Tuesday, February 10, 2009
A few weeks back, we took an in-depth look at the dual-GPU powered NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295. Just to recap a bit; the GeForce GTX 295 is NVIDIA's current flagship graphics card that couples a pair of 55nm GT200 GPUs with 1792MB of frame buffer memory, culminating in what is ultimately the fastest, single graphics adapter on the market at this time. It appeared after about 5 months of work and fine tuning, NVIDIA was sick and tired of letting AMD's Radeon HD 4870 X2 lead the pack as the fastest single graphics card in the market.
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Friday, January 30, 2009
But perhaps it's only winning the wooden spoon at this end of the pricing spectrum?
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Thursday, January 29, 2009
Today we look at one of Nvidia's newest GPUs, the GeForce GTX 285. EVGA ups the ante over Nvidia's reference design by increasing the core, memory, and stream processor clockspeeds, resulting in the GeForce GTX 285 SSC Edition. But how does it all compare to Nvidia's previous videocards, and the current king of the hill, ATI's HD 4870 X2?
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Wednesday, August 27, 2008
The GTX 260 is exceptionally powerful, quiet, even power-miserly. It too has dropped in price--you can find them for around $200 (!) with a rebate, anyway--although EVGA's FTW is... more. However, I believe that the price premium is totally fair with the Step-Up Program, warranty, and ridiculous overclocking potential. If the 280 is a heavyweight, then the 260 is a ninja. And everyone knows that ninjas are cooler.
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Tuesday, August 12, 2008
EVGA's latest GTX 260 SKU claims to be 'For The Win' - can it live up to the name?
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