Asus' ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB OC Edition is a solid graphics card, but it's one of the priciest air-cooled boards available. Is the premium worth paying?
There's a sweet spot between entry-level graphics cards and the ~$200 mainstream price point where you can still get playable 1080p performance in today's top games. Meet Radeon RX 560 4GB.
Are you a fan of water- or air-cooling? If you don't know, or can't decide, Asus' ROG Poseidon GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Platinum Edition enables both options.
Radeon RX Vega 56 should be hitting store shelves with 3584 Stream processors and 8GB of HBM2. Should you scramble to snag yours or shop for something else?
Visually, the Galax GTX 1080 Ti HoF has a lot going for it. Opening the box, it exudes an air of exclusivity. But does the card deliver with our test suite?
Radeon RX Vega 64 is here, and we've been testing the card's performance, power, temperatures, and noise. Should it be your next high-end graphics upgrade?
The Radeon Vega FE strives to be all things to all people: a workhorse and expensive toy in one. AMD even allows the FE card to support its Radeon Pro drivers.
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?
KFA2/Galax creates an attractive alternative to Nvidia's Founders Edition card, complete with more performance, a quieter cooler and same dual-slot form factor.
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.
Zotac builds a capable GeForce GTX 1080 Ti card with beefy cooling and an attractive price, but it has insufficient VRM cooling and high fan speeds.
Titan Xp boasts a complete GP102 GPU, with 3840 CUDA cores at similar GPU Boost frequencies as GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Does that warrant a $1200 price tag, though?
After testing the Aorus GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Xtreme Edition 11G, the company's flagship, we think hardcore gamers should strongly consider this graphics card.
Huge, heavy, and fast: with the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X 11G, MSI christens a dreadnought capable of massive firepower. It approaches perfection, exhibiting just one weakness worth mentioning.
The Radeon RX 550 replaces AMD’s lowest-end add-in cards. It's about time, too, since the previous models were based on 2013-era GPUs.
With the Radeon RX 570 4GB, AMD introduces the successor to the the immensely popular Radeon RX 470 4GB, which defined its market segment last year.
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is now the fastest graphics card available, and at $500 cheaper than the previous champ! Should you buy now, or wait for AMD's Vega?
The HTC Vive has all of the ingredients to successfully challenge the Oculus Rift, including its 6DoF hand controllers, the ability to walk around in virtual spaces and 100+ games on the way.
The Oculus Rift, the first high-end, consumer VR head-mounted display is now available, and it's poised to usher in a future of immersive experiences.
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