Today we are looking at our first partner card in the MSI RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio. The Gaming X Trio hails from MSI’s premium line of cards (Gaming) and with it includes a slight overclock out of the box. The main difference between the FE cards and this offering is the Tri-Frozr Thermal design/large heatsink that MSI put on this card. Between its raised clocks, and monster cooler, we are hoping to see better overclocking and performance from this card. Read on to see the results of our testing! Read More
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
If you follow the GPU reviewing world, you have probably seen several articles pop up regarding a new GPU testing method using a tool called FCAT. Our editing team has discussed this extensively and we believe we’ve come to the right decision, but are of course willing to listen to our readers. Please have a look at this article, weigh the options and chime in with your two cents. Read More
PowerColor has released their latest 7800 series video card, the PCS+ HD7850. Factory overclocked, and armed with PowerColor’s Professional Cooling System, I think its time we took it for a joy ride! Read More
I received my spanking new XFX 5870 from Newegg.com. I really don’t have vendor preference and as these cards are in high demand you have to take what you can get. The only issue with the stock XFX card and most other brands for that matter is the BIOS clock limits set by the manufacturer. This article describes how I changed this to overclock it.
We are going to be covering the SAPPHIRE Radeon Model 100281SR priced @ $379.00. In this review I intend to discuss Performance, benchmarks and overall as a buyer what you should expect from this video card.