Posts Tagged: nvidia



These days, who doesn’t like water cooled computer parts? It’s a good thing too, EVGA’s latest version of the flagship NVIDIA GTX 1080 has a built-in AIO cooler. Coming in with a hefty overclock and the FTW PCB, this should be a real contender on the performance side as well. What do you say we strap it to the bench and put the EVGA GTX 1080 FTW HYBRID GAMING through the paces? Read More

MSI GTX 1080 Gaming Z 8G Video Card Review


Today we will take a detailed look at the performance and features of the MSI GTX 1080 Gaming Z 8G video card. For this Gaming card, MSI strapped on its Twin Froz VI cooler and gave the VRM area some additional support for quieter, cooler running parts, and a more stable overclock. Let’s see how they did! Read More

MSI GTX 1060 Gaming X 6G Video Card Review


Today I bring you the latest, custom GPU from MSI, based on the newly released NVIDIA GTX 1060, the MSI GTX 1060 Gaming X 6G! There have been a number of improvements made by MSI to this model of 1060 including, but not limited to, a custom PCB, a dual-fan heatsink, and an 8-pin power connection (in lieu of a 6-pin)! The TwinFrozr heatsink and ZeroFrozr technology should help keep this bad boy both cool and quiet no matter what you’re using it for. Before I get to rambling, let’s take a deeper dive into the card! Read More

NVIDIA Announces GeForce GTX 1060


Today I come bearing the news of imminent arrival of the GTX 1060. NVIDIA has announced this GPU will be available on July 19th, starting at an MSRP of $249 (Founders Edition $299). Performance is being compared to the GTX 980 which, at the price and power (120 W), is quite a solid graphics card! Read More

MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X 8G Video Card Review


The long-awaited NVIDIA Pascal architecture was released a few weeks ago in the form of the GTX 1070 and GTX 1080. It was worth the wait! The new GPUs sport large performance increases (up to 30%) and lower power consumption compared to the mighty 980Ti. Even though we did not get a Founders Edition sample from NVIDIA, we have the opportunity today to look at MSI’s GTX 1070 Gaming X 8G GPU. This card features an improved TwinFrozr cooler with its Torx 2.0 double ball bearing fan design, better than reference power delivery (additional 6-pin required!) including MSI’s Military Class V parts, and its Zero Fan technology which shuts down the fans until the GPU hits 60 °C. Features aside, it’s time to dig in and see what all of the fuss is about! Read More

MSI Announces Full Line-up GTX 1070 GPU's

MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X 8G

MSI has just announced the release of their full line-up for the NVIDIA GTX 1070 series GPU’s. The line-up will include the GTX 1070 Aero 8G, Aero 8G OC, Armor 8G, Armor 8G OC, Gaming X 8G, and Seahawk X. Here is what MSI has to say about their latest product line. Read More

NVIDIA GTX 1080 Launch Day Coverage


The day we’ve all been waiting for is finally here! Who is ready to crown a new king when it comes to GPU performance? NVIDIA’s GTX 1080 details are now officially available along with benchmark results galore. Read More

NVIDIA GeForce Livestream - May 6th

Geforce Livestream Featured

Howdy Overclockers! Today I bring news of the impending NVIDIA GeForce livestream. On May 6th at 6PM (Pacific Standard Time) the stream will be hosted on the NVIDIA channel. There has been no official announcement, but one can presume the event will be directed toward the consumer level Pascal-based… Read More

ASUS ROG Striker Platinum GTX 760 Graphics Card Review


The NVIDIA GTX 760 series of graphics cards has become a very popular option when considering great gaming performance at an affordable price. Looking to expand on this popularity, ASUS has released their latest offering in this category… The ROG Striker Platinum GTX 760. New features include an updated DirectCU II cooler, CoolTech fan technology, and a color coded LED that changes shade to reflect the GPU’s load status. Oh, and lest we forget – the Striker Platinum comes with a pretty stout factory overclock too. So, let’s jump right in and find out if ASUS has another product worthy of the ROG name! Read More

CES 2014: NVIDIA, Be Quiet! and PowerColor

In what will likely be one of the last CES 2014 articles, we will cover what NVIDIA had to say as we sat down with a representative and talked about the exciting technology – G-Sync, for monitors and watched an incredible unreleased racing sim/driving game run on three 4K monitors in Surround. We will also show what PowerColor has to done to their AMD line-up to compete with the big boys as well as look at a couple of beautiful new coolers from Be Quiet! Get comfy because it is picture time. Read More