ICYMI: Probably the most cost-effective GTX 1080 Ti before the price surge. Pitting the ZOTAC GTX 1080 Ti AMP! Edition against another aftermarket-cooled GPU, just shows its all about overall quality and features in this segment of the market but a 5-year warranty still gives the edge to ZOTAC along with their lower price tag for price-conscious extreme builders. Read More
We take a look at the factory OC offering from Palit for mainstream gamers looking to power their 1080p rigs with the Palit GTX 1060 Super Jetstream: a 2.5x slot card which offers great compatibility because of its shorter length but bulks up cooling with thicker heatsink. Featuring one of the highest factory OCs around, this card does get priced on par with most top brand models. Let's how it fares in this #B2G review! Read More
We take a look at a couple of hybrid-cooled GTX 980 Ti graphics cards; first out the gates is our review of the ZOTAC GTX 980 Ti ArcticStorm. Featuring a heavy cooler based off ZOTAC's AMP line of coolers, the ArcticStorm variant has a built in waterblock under its beefy triple-fan cooler. Its not a performance monster but that cooling has to count for something so you'll need to bring out the beast yoursel, otherwise its a solid card out-of-the-box. Read more about the ZOTAC GTX 980 TI ArcticStorm in this #B2G review. #NVIDIA #gaming #ZOTAC Read More
ASUS sticks to a tried and tested formula with their Strix GTX 950: silent and efficient. While there's nothing revolutionary about this variant in terms of performance and aesthetics, ASUS plays the QA card and focuses more on quality above all else. Read more in this #B2G review of the ASUS Strix GTX 950 graphics card. Read More