[URL=http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/video/display/20030731084600.html]Xbit-labs reports[/URL] that NVIDIA has taken a 60% share of the DX9 GPU market. NVIDIA can thank the FX 5200 series for that.
Amdmb.com have [URL=http://www.amdmb.com/article-display.php?ArticleID=249]completed a roundup[/URL] of graphics cards from ATI and NVIDIA. The cards includes Radeon 9500, 9700, GeForce FX 5600, 5200 and a GeForce 4 Ti 4800SE:
[COLOR=royalblue]The obvious choice is the Radeon 9700. Not only are getting the best performance at 1024x768 and at 1600x1200, you are also getting the best image quality of all the cards tested here.[/COLOR]
Lost Circuits has reviewed the professional [URL=http://www.lostcircuits.com/video/3dlabs_vp990/]3DLabs Wildcat VP990[/URL] graphics card, if you are in the workstation market you might be interested of this.
Anandtech has done a new power supply roundup, using some quite clever testing techniques they find out which of their more than 18 power supplies fares best, [URL=http://www.anandtech.com/showdoc.html?i=1841]go have a look for yourself[/URL].
Sudhian has done some research on 3dfx, in [URL=http://www.sudhian.com/showdocs.cfm?aid=412]part 1[/URL] they took a look at 3dfx history, in [URL=http://www.sudhian.com/showdocs.cfm?aid=413]part 2[/URL] they examined the performance of the never released 4-gpu card Voodoo5-6000. High-res pics included as well...
[COLOR=royalblue]There's no doubt that the Voodoo5 6000 packed one mother of a punch, offering frame rates 30-50% higher than the GeForce2 GTS in most benchmarks and competing well against the Ultra and GeForce3.[/COLOR]