Unless you've started your weekend early, you have probably realized that both NVIDIA and AMD announced new GPUs this morning. Coincidental timing aside, it sure makes things easy for the consumer to eye the respective benchmarks and plan out their next mid-range GPU purchase accordingly. A whole bevy of reviews, tests, graphs and bar charts have hit the web this morning extolling and panning the pros and cons, but without getting too deep in the nitty-gritty, we can sum things up pretty easily with this. NVIDIA's GTX 275 showed performance that placed it perfectly between the GTX 285 and GTX 260, and in all but a few off-the-wall tests, it outpaced the ATI Radeon HD 4890 (albeit slightly). Granted, the HD 4890 was called the "fastest, single-GPU powered graphics card AMD has ever produced" by HotHardware, though apparently even that wasn't enough to help it snag the gold across the board. If you're hungry for more (and you are, trust us), take the rest of the day off and dig in below.

Read - HotHardware GeForce GTX 275 review
Read - HotHardware Radeon HD 4890 review
Read - ExtremeTech GeForce GTX 275 and Radeon HD 4890 review
Read - DailyTech GeForce GTX 275 and Radeon HD 4890 review
Read - X-bit Labs ATI Radeon HD 4890 review
Read - ComputerShopper ATI Radeon HD 4890 review
Read - Guru 3D GeForce GTX 275 review
Read - Guru 3D ATI Radeon HD 4890 review
Read - PCPerspective ATI Radeon HD 4890 review