NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 770 reference card impressed us with performance surpassing NVIDIA's previous generation flagship GeForce GTX 680 card. Now it's time to see what NVIDIA's add-in partners can do as we round up cards from ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI and Palit.
We managed to speak to Mr. Charles Chiang, who is the corporate executive vice president at MSI, at the end of the MSI press conference at Computex 2013. Find out what he meant when he emphasized on growing the pie through MSI's business collaborations.
Hot on the heels of the GeForce GTX 780 is the new GeForce GTX 770. This new card is based on a slightly tweaked version of the GK104 GPU found in the GeForce GTX 680. We take it for a spin to see what's new.
Gigabyte's Windforce 3X is the first factory-overclocked GeForce GTX 780 custom card to reach our labs. Overclocked 91MHz on the core to an impressive 954MHz, the Windforce 3X is also armed with a mean-looking triple-fan cooling system. We put it to the test.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 is powered by the same GK110 that drives the GTX Titan. Sporting 2304 CUDA cores, which is about 16 per cent less than Titan's, and 50 per cent more than the GTX 680, the card seems to be a rehashed Titan that is positioned as a more powerful update to the GTX 680. Find out how it actually fares!
Hailing from its Gaming series, the MSI GTX 650 Ti Boost Twin Frozr III OC card features an overclocked GK106 core at 1,033MHz, with a turbo clock of 1,098MHz to match. Can this dethrone other GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost cards in the market? We find out in this review.
Concluding our review of 3DMark (2013)'s cross-platform benchmark, today we'll be taking a look at the Cloud Gate benchmark, which is designed for integrated graphics processors and mobile discrete GPUs. We'll also take a look at how a handful of notebooks fare on the more intensive Fire Strike and Fire Strike Extreme.
The ASUS GeForce GTX 670 DirectCU Mini OC is a compact form factor graphics card, featuring the NVIDIA GTX 670 GPU that has been mildly factory overclocked to 1,006MHz. It packs 2GB of GDDR5 video memory and a new cooler to accommodate its small size. Check out if this is your ideal new-age graphics card for HTPC and big-screen gaming needs!
NVIDIA's recently released GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost offers great performance and value for its mid-range specifications. Now it's time to see if a custom card can improve on that design. In this head-to-head duel we'll be evaluating models from ASUS and Palit.
NVIDIA hopes to power every pixel in the world; at GPU Technology Conference 2013, we were updated by NVIDIA's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang on the latest development of its GPU computing ecosystem. At the same time, we were shown the roadmap for its graphics processors and its Tegra chips too!