I was pretty surprised when I received the info that EVGA is offering a DDR4 memory kit for review. Somehow I missed the fact that EVGA had entered the DRAM market some time ago and has already presented DDR3 and Read More
With the recent release of the GTX 780, almost all the models available are sporting the reference clocks and reference coolers from NVIDIA. The exception happens to be EVGA, they had factory overclocked models and even a custom cooling solution ready for launch day. Today’s review sample happens to feature both of those exclusives. EVGA’s new Active Cooling Xtreme (ACX) dual axial fan cooler is meant to compete with and beat the competitors’ custom cooling designs. We’ll be testing this cooler and, of course, GPU performance of EVGA’s factory overclocked GTX 780 Superclocked ACX. Read More
NVIDIA is rounding out their Kepler lineup today, releasing their mid-range GTX 660 Ti. We’re taking our first look at it courtesy EVGA’s GTX 660 Ti SC (Superclocked) card.
We have multi-card launch day coverage too. This article will give a GTX 660 Ti overview and review the EVGA offering. Afterward, check out our review of MSI’s card! Read More
It’s launch day again, and this time it’s for the second card in NVIDIA’s 600 series line-up, the GTX 670. EVGA is one of NVIDIA’s most well-known and well-regarded add-in board (AIB) partners, and we have one of their GTX 670 Superclocked cards to run through our testing. Read More