Nvidia has launched its new RTX 2060 Super, RTX 2070 Super, and (upcoming) the RTX 2080 Super. These new cards all offer improved performance at (mostly) the same price.
Nvidia’s GTX 1660 drops today, with strong reviews and a solid midrange price point.
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With component prices skyrocketing, you may actually be further ahead to purchase a pre-built gaming computer even if it’s not exactly what you want.
If you dedicate yourself, if you take the time, and if you proceed carefully and cautiously, building your own PC won’t just be survivable — it will be joyful.
Nvidia’s latest Titan X has launched, and it’s a doozy. The new $1000 GPU breaks records for single-card 4K gaming.
Nvidia’s GTX 760 has arrived as a minor update to the GTX 660 Ti. This card has a slightly different set of features, a smaller price tag, and roughly similar performance.
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It has only been around two months since Nvidia launched the GTX Titan, its super-powerful, extremely efficient, very expensive graphics card. The Titan isn’t the most powerful card on the market, but it’s up there, and given its power efficiency, brings a lot to the table. However, new leaks reveal that Nvidia doesn’t think the card brings enough to the table, and is working on two new models of Titan: a cheaper model, and an even faster one.
Nvidia’s new GTX Titan is a supercomputing graphics processor repurposed for the consumer space. Details, specifications, and a discussion of how this card fits into Nvidia’s GeForce lineup are all available inside.