If you're not gunning for a white theme, GALAX has their mainstream EX line to compliment your build. Their GTX 1070 Ti EX shares many things with its white-motiff twin including performance but you don't pay extra for the white theme. Read on to find out more about the GALAX GTX 1070 Ti EX graphics card in this #B2G review!
Another proof that there is no such thing as overkill GPU.
Its not showing its age and ASUS can and will probably build on this design come the next-generation of GPUs but as it is right now, the ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1080 Ti arguably sits on the mountain top of non-AIO cooled 1080 Tis. If you're looking for a GTX 1080 Ti, the ASUS ROG STRIX version is certainly a top contender for your bucks.
As we seen in our reference GTX 1070 Ti review, the GPU could benefit greatly from custom-cooling that limits throttling. We test out the GALAX GTX 1070 Ti EX SNPR WHITE variant which delivers almost dead-silent fans and tames the GTX 1070 Ti to bring out the true performance that these GPUs can offer
Here's the results for our poll for the month of October where we asked our visitors what GPU they are using
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.
ASUS is the face that runs the place when it comes to PC brands: easily the most recognizable brand for non-enthusiasts, we PC Master Racers loathe the idea that they do not bow to our wills and lower their prices because we simply covet their products. In a surprising twist though, ASUS has released the PHOENIX series of GPUs aimed at budget-conscious PC builders boasting a modest cooling solution but still retaining generous ASUS build quality. Quite easily the most efficient GTX 1050 Ti we've tested to date. Read on to find out more about the ASUS Phoenix GTX 1050 Ti in this #B2G review!