4Gamer.net has reported that the budget oriented Zotac GT 630 Zone edition and Zotac GT 640 GPUs will feature Nvidia’s GK208-301 “Kepler” core.
We've compiled a list with all the GeForce GTX 770 cards that have been announced to date, with their most relevant specifications.
Nvidia's new flagship graphics card, the GTX 780, is available from a wide range of manufacturers, most of which have made no changes to the reference design.
Zotac’s GTX Titan Amp! Edition is an overclocked variant of the reference GTX Titan that includes the company’s "Boost Premium software" and Assassin's Creed bundles.
Asus is no longer the biggest graphics cards manufacturer, and has been overtaken by Palit and PC Partner.
The GeForce GTX 650 Ti is currently available in a variety of configurations from a wide range of manufacturers.
Various manufacturers including Asus, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, Inno3D, MSI, Palit and Zotac have released their Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan cards.
We have two new graphics cards in the lab today: Nvidia's GeForce GTX 650 and 660, filling the gap between its GeForce GT 640 and GTX 660 Ti with Kepler derivatives. Are these GK107- and GK106-based boards able to challenge the Radeon HD 7750 and 7850?
Seven GeForce GTX 660 Tis landed in our lab. Today, we're benchmarking them, measuring their noise and temperatures, and conducting a more in-depth analysis of the impact a 192-bit memory interface has on performance. The results are enlightening!
Zotac combines Intel Atom processing power with Nvidia GT 520M graphics for an energy-efficient Mini-PC.
We're comparing four diminutive PCs: ASRock’s Vision HT, Jetway’s Mini-Top JBC700, Lenovo’s Q180, and Zotac’s Zbox Nano XS AD11 Plus. Despite their similar sizes, each tiny computer offers a unique feature set. Are any of them right for you?
It'd be easy to dismiss nettops as underpowered attempts at miniaturization, but they’re good enough for surfing the Web, writing emails, and watching some video. Today, we're comparing seven different platforms based on CPUs from Intel, AMD, and VIA.
We have seven GeForce GTX 670 cards. Which is fastest? Which is quietest? Each one swaggers onto the scene ready to prove its worth to your wallet. We emphasize thermals, acoustics, and design in this many-way shoot-out based on Nvidia's capable GK104.