EVGA, known for graphics cards and power supplies, has also entered the closed-loop liquid cooling market (for GPUs and CPUs). Its 240mm system finds its way to our test bench.
EVGA picked an easy to remember name for its 2x 140mm closed-loop cooler, but will the CLC 280 produce equally memorable performance?
EVGA joins the Coffee Lake fray with a non-RGB board. Is this the serious performance board that anti-bling enthusiasts have been clamoring for?
Coinciding with the launch of Intel’s new Coffee Lake CPUs, EVGA announced three new Z370-powered motherboards.
After our bad experience with EVGA's 450 B3, we're ready to try the 850W flagship. The 850 B3 is fully modular, equipped with Japanese caps, plus 5 yr warranty.
Compared to the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 Gaming we reviewed earlier this year, the increased memory clock speed results in a 9% boost in total memory bandwidth.
The company hasn't revealed many details about the card, known only by its 06G-P4-5162-RB part number, but it has shared preliminary specs for the otherwise mysterious device.
EVGA announced the X299 Dark, FTW K, and Micro motherboards to prepare for the launch of Intel's new X-series CPUs.
The company's new tool will help you select your parts and offer you a discount for buying everything together.
Unlike Asus & Gigabyte, which slap 2.5-slot coolers on their GTX 1080 Tis, EVGA remains faithful to a smaller form factor with its GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 Gaming.