Gigabyte's RTX 3090 Eagle delivers nearly the same performance as Nvidia's Founders Edition for the same price — not that you can find either one in stock right now.
The MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming X Trio is a large card with a beefy cooler that does its job extremely well.
Our first RTX 3080 AIB card comes from Asus, with a large 2.7-slot cooler and performance that inches past the 3080 Founders Edition, with lower temperatures and noise.
The EVGA GeForce GTX 1650 GDDR6 is faster than the GDDR5 variant, but the GTX 1650 Super is 20% faster for basically the same price.
The Asus ROG Strix RTX 2080 Super OC includes features like integrated fan and RGB headers and a robust heatsink and power delivery, coupled with a premium price.
Nvidia's tiny GeForce GT 1030 is cheaper, smaller, and cooler-running than AMD's Radeon RX 550. But can it compete in our benchmark suite?
The ASRock RX 5600 XT has a that massive cooler helps with noise and temperatures, but is it the best 5600 XT option?
The Aorus RX 5700 XT 8G is a great performer at 1440p with ultra settings. And with some tweaking, it’s 4K/60 capable. But this comes at a higher price than similarly performing cards.
MSI’s GTX 1660 Super Gaming X provides top tier 1660 Super performance, but is priced too high since 5600 XT release.
The Gigabyte RX 5700 XT Gaming OC 8G is quiet and more affordable than competitors, but has a more conservative overclock and can't OC with its own software.
With 1660 Ti-like pricing and better-than-2060 performance in our overclocked model, AMD’s new RX 5600 XT is the new sub-$300 card to beat.
Zotac's GTX 1660 AMP delivers good 1080p performance at high settings and frame rates, in a compact package.
AMD’s 4GB Radeon RX 5500 XT is a capable 1080p gamer at $169. But if you need to play at Ultra, memory becomes an issue and you might want to step up to the 8GB model or Nvidia’s GTX 1660.