NVIDIA has announced a special promotion that will give a copy of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain for free with the purchase of qualifying GeForce products. Starting today, those who purchase a GeForce GTX 960, 970, 980, and 980...Show More Summary
Here's how to score a free copy of MGSV: The Phantom Pain alongside your GPU purchase.
Those in the market for an Nvidia GeForce GTX video card will get a little something extra with their purchase. A code for Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain will be handed out with qualifying purchases of a GeForce GTX 980 Ti, 980, 970, or 960 GPU or 980/970M notebook. Digital download codes included […]
MSI’s GeForce GTX 960 Gaming 2G has the largest cooler and biggest fans of the GTX 960 cards we’ve tested so far, but does it perform any better?
Nvidia unveiled the GeForce GTX 980 there latest in the long line of GPU cards late last year, with Nvidia describing it as the world’s most advanced GPU due it being powered by next-generation Maxwell architecture. Alongside that they...Show More Summary
Given how big some GPUs can get with the extra fans and heatsinks, they can also be quite heavy as well. Plus with the way they are mounted on your computer’s motherboard, we wouldn’t be surprised if there are some gamers who might be worried about it potentially bending due to the weight and position while it is mounted in their case. Show More Summary
A table comparing the basic technical specs from all NVIDIA graphics chips available on the market, from the GeForce 4 MX 420 to the GeForce GTX TITAN X. Updated.
EVGA is after gaming enthusiasts with its new GTX 980 Ti, which is designed for extreme overclocking and features an aggressive power design and an efficient dual-fan cooler.
Because you asked for it, we put an Intel Core i5 and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 into a mini-ITX case. But how does it perform compared to its larger twin?
Gigabyte's P34W v3 is one of the only two 14-inch gaming notebooks with GeForce GTX 970M graphics. Can portability and performance really coexist?
The GeForce GTX TITAN X is the most powerful single-GPU video card available today, with 3,072 processing cores and 12 GiB of memory working at 7 GHz, among other features. Let's test this monster.
Can AMD's complex Fiji GPU, groundbreaking memory tech and closed-loop cooler generate enough performance to usurp Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 980 Ti?
E3 2015 is over, and there’s a brand new crop of really great games on the horizon. And to play those games at the bleeding edge of graphical detail, you’ll need an appropriately powerful gaming PC. And thus enters the GeForce GTX 980 Ti. Show More Summary
Now that Computex has passed, and the vendors had some time to release their GeForce GTX 980 Ti cards, we're doing a brief roundup of all their cards and specs.
While visiting Zotac's booth at Computex 2015, we took a good look at the company's new products, which include several graphics cards based on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 980 Ti GPU (GM200) and two mini-PCs.
When it comes to serious gaming, you can be sure that hardcore gamers are not going to compromise on the kind of hardware that they use. In fact, every little bit counts – ranging from the kind of chassis to RAM, hard drive or SSD, monitor, the processor, and of course, the video card itself that does all of the graphical heavy lifting. NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 980 Ti is said...
Nvidia’s graphics lineup could be deemed complete in the enthusiast front. Starting at $200 with the GeForce GTX 960 and finishing at $1,000 with the 3072 CUDA core monster that is the GTX Titan X. Hardcore gamers with cash to spare will arguably say the finish line isn’t crossed until you hit two or even three Titan Xs, but I digress. Read more...
Zotac has five new graphics cards based on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 980 Ti.
NVIDIA has introduced its latest offering in the GeForce GTX 900 series, the GTX 980 Ti. The card is targeted at gamers looking to play visually-intensive titles like Grand Theft Auto in 4K at 60fps.
If you’re in the market for a new GPU that won’t cost you an arm and a leg, you might be interested to learn that NVIDIA has taken the wraps off their latest GPU in the form of the GeForce GTX 980i, the successor to the GTX 980 which has subsequently received a price cut in the process. Show More Summary