We've noted how ASUS is heavily using its ROG Strix branding as of this moment and nothing encompasses the best of what its tech can offer than its flagship product and for the GPU side that would be the ASUS ROG Strix. With a feature set enough to rival past ROG variants, the ROG Strix GTX 1080 isn't a beast as some reviews claim it to be; its a refinement to show the potential of the high-end Pascal GPU with its improved cooling and visual appeal. Read more about ASUS current Pascal flagship as it goes against the NVIDIA Titan X Pascal and Strix RX 480 in Crossfire in this #B2G review. Read More
AMD RX 480 was met with mixed reception and it wasn't made any easier with NVIDIA spoiling the party with its GTX 1060. The main strength of the card is its ability to scale versus its main rival and support for Freesync. There isn't anything special about AMD's reference design cooler and we feel board partners can do a better job (as we've already seen) so if you're watercooling or don't bother about thermals, then do read on to find out more about the AMD Radeon RX 480 in this #B2G review. Read More
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