Graphics Cards Guide
To commemorate its 20th year of producing most award-winning and innovative graphics cards, ASUS unleashes a Gold edition GTX 980 and a special white edition of the GTX 970. Hit the link to check out ASUS' achievements and how they lead the graphics card industry.
ASUS has unveiled its 20th anniversary gold edition GTX 980 graphics card. Find out if all that glitters is truly gold!
Join the MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2015 - Extreme Master Series and get a chance to win the Grand Prize of a COMPUTEX Trip!
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X is a card to be reckoned with; it features the latest Maxwell GPU with 3,072 CUDA cores and 12GB of GDDR5 video memory. It promises to make short work of the most demanding PC game titles and let the gamers immerse themselves in visual clarity of 4K gaming. Let's take a quick look at what it's capable of!
AMD has released a five-year roadmap for 2015 to 2020 at the PC Cluster Consortium event in Osaka, Japan. The company confirmed that it would continue to develop CPUs, GPUs and APUs for the next 10 years, including plans to target high-performance computing markets with advanced APUs.
EVGA announced the GeForce GTX 980 Hybrid, a hybrid cooling solution with AIO water-cooling loop for dedicated GPU cooling and separate cooling for VRM and memory components. System builders can now look forward to cooler and quieter systems without any of the hassle of custom water cooling loops!
It is rumored that NVIDIA will launch the GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card by mid-year. Read on to uncover more details.
Asus and Nvidia held two Gamers' Gathering, one in Manila and the other in Cebu. Focused on re-introducing the GTX 960 and to deepen the knowledge of the attendees on the technology revolving around its architecture. If you want to know more about Nvidia's GTX 960 and ASUS' Strix, hit the link.
ASUS, MSI, and Palit join manufacturers in launching the NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X, NVIDIA's latest graphics card based on the Maxwell architecture features a full implementation of the GM200 GPU. Enthusiasts now have a wider selection when it comes to the world's fastest single-GPU graphics card.
AMD FreeSync promised open standards and more affordable monitors that would allow gamers to enjoy reduced input lag and the elimination of screen tearing. Fortunately, we've now gotten wind of more FreeSync-capable monitors and their prices from the likes of Acer, BenQ and LG.