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AMD Radeon VII Video Card Review Roundup

Today is the day AMD is set to release a new GPU into the market with its Radeon VII video card. Early rumors and ramblings from the AMD camp has this card pegged as a $700 (MSRP) card which is said to compete with NVIDIA’s RTX 2080 on the performance front, gaming at least. The card should do well in compute as the silicon it is cut from, the professional MI50/60 cards, are professional/server type of cards. Read More

CES 2019: EVGA Showcases RTX 2080 Ti K|ngP|n, Z390 Dark, and Nu Audio Soundcard

Continuing CES 2019 coverage on day three (our last full day), we ran into our friends at EVGA who had some pretty cool things to show off. First, we saw their flagship RTX 2080 Ti K|ngP|n card which uses a hybrid CLC cooling solution, the impressive Z390 Dark motherboard adorned with gold plating and a 90° socket orientation, and finally, their first dip into sound cards with a high-end Nu Audio add-in-card. Read More

CES 2019: AMD Reveals Ryzen 3 and 7nm Radeon VII Vega

Today at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, President and CEO of AMD, Dr. Lisa Su made some announcements that we in the enthusiast market have been waiting impatiently for. Aside from mobile Ryzen with Vega graphics and Epyc server solutions which have already been covered AMD revealed pricing and relative performance numbers for their new, first in the industry, 7nm gaming GPU the Radeon VII. Read More

CES 2019: ASUS Unveils ROG Matrix 2080 Ti, ROG Mothership DTR, and More

As our last stop of the day Tuesday, we swung by and visited with ASUS where it felt like they rented out an entire hotel floor. Multiple suites filled with all of the tech goodies they have to offer from phones to desktops, and peripherals in between. We’ll focus on the things more geared towards computing and first and foremost, the ROG Matrix 2080Ti. Read More

NVIDIA Announces Titan RTX: Business Up Front, Party in Back!

Today, NVIDIA has announced its latest release using the Turing architecture with its Titan RTX. This follows the heels of the Quadro RTX that was announced in August. NVIDIA positions the card more for the prosumer than a consumer/gaming card but will still manage to be the fastest card most can buy. The Titan RTX will cost $2499 and will be available later this month. Read More

DICE Announces RTX Ray Tracing in Battlefield V Can Now Be Enabled

One of the most anticipated new games releases from Dice, Battlefield V, is set to release to the non-paying public on November 19th. Outside of being another AAA title in the long-running Battlefield series, the game was to include ray tracing capabilities which the new NVIDIA RTX series of cards support with their ray tracing cores. Read More

Overclockers.com GPU Testing Procedures - 2018

This article will serve as a reference for those who would like to compare results with our reviews, whether you are writing an article for the site or just testing the performance of your new GPU. The plan is to update the article as changes in our testing procedures occur. On to the gritty details… Read More

GIGABYTE Reveals Pricing for RTX 2080 GPUs

GIGABYTE has announced pricing for four of their upcoming NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GPUs with no word on a release date at this time. This announcement includes two versions of the RTX 2080 Ti, two versions of the RTX 2080 and lastly an RTX 2070 which they didn’t include pricing for. Read More

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