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An integrated graphics face-off as AMD's latest APU goes up against a quad-core Intel part with HD4000 graphics.
The laptop version of the same chipset pitted against the desktop rendition.
For all of the state-of-the-art tech packed into the Retina Macbook Pro, these are still off-the-shelf parts available to other OEMs. At lower resolutions, performance can be matched at a lower price-point.
Both the GTX 660 and its more expensive counterpart have no issue with a maxed out Skyrim at 1080p.
Performance of the RPG classic compared between the GTX 660 and its cheaper Radeon rival.
The creation engine is put to the test on the GTX 660 and its nearest Radeon rival.
Skyrim's NPC-laden intro is an excellent repeatable test for measuring performance on these high-power laptop graphics cores.
See how the overclocked 7870 compares against its last-gen counterpart in Skyrim running at 1080p at max settings.
AMD's enthusiast level price vs. performance winners slug it out on a fully maxed out Skyrim.
Skyrim's intro plays out on both the HD 7870 and its nearest NVIDIA rival, the GTX 660 Ti.
From stereo to pseudo surround. Try out this video with your own stereo headphones attached for simulated surround audio.
A maxed-out Skyrim running on the new NVIDIA card up against the venerable Radeon 6870.
Skyrim's intro proves to an interesting workout for our test GPUs.
"When the boy was born, like all Spartans, he was inspected."
At 1080p, the extra muscle of the Radeon HD 6870 proves decisive.
A distressing lack of much in the way of extra performance at this resolution.
PC version on high settings with FXAA faces off against the Xbox 360 build.
PC version on high settings with FXAA (no MSAA) compared on both integrated GPUs.
PC version on 720p with high settings and FXAA versus the console version.
Digital Foundry's £300 gaming PC takes on the Xbox 360 on Skyrim, showing remarkable improvements.
The entry level £300 Digital Foundry gaming PC vs. Alienware's mid-level gaming laptop. A remarkably balanced conflict.
The £300 Digital Foundry gaming PC takes on Skyrim on the PlayStation 3, with night and day image quality and frame-rate boosts.
High quality settings at 1366x768, GT 640M vs GT 650M.
The GeForce GT 650M put through its paces on high quality levels at the two screen resolutions supported by the Alienware M14x.
On Xbox 360 this summer for 1600 Microsoft Points.
Bethesda shows off new kill cam feature.
Stock drive against hybrid SSD against full SSD.
What improvements are there to Rage texture pop-in with a hard drive/SSD upgrade?
The launch day patch, and both its major successors tested with a 65-hour save.
To what extent can we make lag manifest in the freshly patched version of PS3 Skyrim?
Upload, download and create mods via Steam.
Does the new PS3 Skyrim patch improves matters?
How bad does Skyrim PS3 lag get in the unpatched game?
Top-marked title out next week in Japan.
A bonus timelapse presentation based on 360 captures.
The phenomenal world of Skyrim as you've never seen it before.
PS3 and 360 tested in action-intensive scenes.
Spot the difference between console and computer.
The strongest vs. the weakest version of the game.
The two console versions directly compared.
Xbox 360 and PS3 put to the test in similar scenes.
Punching dragons and murdering the innocent.
Horned heroine spotted at midnight launch.
Spell-casting and sword-wielding action.
Just three days to go.
Behind the scenes of orchestral, voice talents.
Behind the scenes doc in Collector's Ed.
Here be dragons.
Spell slinging and dungeon crawling.
Magical new footage from E3.
Bethesda dragon-drops the first trailer.
Bethesda shows first teaser.