The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti card was unveiled early November this year. Now, the add-in card partners have announced their offerings, based on the fully unlocked GK110 graphics core of the GTX 780 Ti. We rounded up two early adopters from ASUS and Gigabyte respectively for comparison. Find out which S$1,000 card came out ahead!
Thanks to advances in CPU and GPU technology, gaming notebooks have never been more powerful. We pit the best of the best from Aftershock, ASUS, Dell, MSI, Razer and Toshiba against each other in a battle to the death to find out which is best.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p features an innovative "Ultrabay" features that lets users install an add-on graphics module for added graphics performance. But does this turn the IdeaPad Y510p into a bona fide gaming notebook? We find out.
With 25% more CUDA cores than the GTX 780, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti unleashes a total of 2880 cores. Coupled with 3GB of GDDR5 video memory rated at 7000MHz, this card is touted to be the fastest graphics card yet from the company. It is clearly positioned to be the very best consumer graphics card, but will it live up to its promise? We find out.
NVIDIA recently held a special event at Montreal, Canada, where they announced a couple of new technologies and teased a new graphics card. Here's everything you need to know from the event.
NVIDIA has just announced G-Sync, a new technology that aims to solve three problems that have long plagued gamers - lag, stutter and tearing.
The MSI N780 Lightning card features an overclocked NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 GPU rated at 980MHz. With a triple-fan cooling system and Military Class IV components, we put it to the test to see what truly lies behind the hood of this powerfully built graphics card.
The GeForce GTX 780 is positioned as a more powerful update to the GTX 680, and it offers a value proposition to system builders who aspire to own a GTX Titan. We pit two custom cards from ASUS and MSI; we even assess their performances in a 2-way SLI configuration! So step right in to find out how they fared.
Local custom notebooks specialist Aftershock has just released its new ultraportable gaming notebook, the XG13. It might not be as compact as the competition, but it is supremely customizable and offers a Full-HD IPS display. Will this be enough to let it stand tall? Find out in our review.
Touted as the slimmest 15.6-inch notebook with a discrete NVIDIA GeForce GT 745M GPU, the aluminum clad, Intel "Haswell" running Toshiba Satellite P50 is not only affordable, but reasonably powerful as well. If you're looking for a large screen multimedia notebook, this is one of the latest in town and we've got it tested.