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?
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
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
In addition to launching the GeForce GTX 980 Ti today, NVIDIA also made a number of other disclosures related to its variable refresh rate G-SYNC display and VR technologies. Along with getting windowed-mode support, desktop G-SYNC is also getting a few more display offerings courtesy of Acer and Asus, with [...]
Nvidia launched its GeForce GTX Titan X less than three months ago based on the same GM200. For $350 less, how does the GeForce GTX 980 Ti compare?
If you don’t have the cash to splash on Nvidia’s eyeball-melting Titan X, then this is the GTX 980 Ti — the next GeForce flagship, designed for smooth frame rates at 1080p, 1440p and even 4K gaming of brand new AAA titles like The Witcher 3, GTA V and Project CARS. Show More Summary
Alongside the GeForce GTX 980 Ti and G-Sync announcements going on today in conjunction with Computex, NVIDIA is also announcing an update for their suite of VR technologies. First off, initially introduced alongside the GeForce GTXShow More Summary
With Computex kicking off today NVIDIA has a number of announcements hitting the wire at the same time. The biggest news of course is the launch of the GeForce GTX 980 Ti, however the company is also releasing a number of G-Sync announcements today. Show More Summary
Having launched the GeForce GTX Titan X a bit over 2 months ago, NVIDIA is back to launch their second GM200 card, GeForce GTX 980 Ti. Based on a cut-down version of GM200, GTX 980 Ti is the expected junior version of GTX Titan X, delivering GM200 at a cheaper price point. Show More Summary
NVIDIA has been on a tear as of late, with a number of hot product releases like the GeForce GTX Titan X and SHIELD Android TV to name but two. Today, the company presses forward yet again, with another new desktop GPU targeting hardcore gamers, the GeForce GTX 980 Ti. Unlike [...]
We knew it was coming, of course - it was just the speed of its arrival that took us off-guard. Nvidia's astonishing Titan X graphics card, based on the 8bn transistor GM200 processor, redefined the boundaries of single-GPU performance when we reviewed it back in March. Show More Summary
When NVIDIA launched the GeForce GTX Titan X a couple of months back, I was impressed not only by the card’s performance, but its generational leap in efficiency, despite its GPU being manufactured using the same process technology as its predecessor. But one of the lesser told stories of that [...]
With Asus' celebrated DirectCU II cooling, an attractive price tag and Nvidia's GM206 GPU, the GeForce GTX 960 Strix OC Edition has all the makings of a winner.
If you're lucky enough to be in possession of a GTX Titan X, then you're entitled to a free copy of "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" through Nvidia's GeForce Experience Beta program.