Review: Notebook gaming powerhouse
EVGA is a well known brand in the graphics card market and the company expanded beyond GPUs a while ago. It is also well known now for its PSUs, motherboards and accessories too and now it wants to conquer the mobile gaming notebook market.
Custom high end PCB and US $730 price tag
EVGA has now officially made its Geforce GTX 1080 Hybrid available, listing it at its own webshop with a price set at US $729.99 or $730 as we at Fudzilla describe it.
GP106 GPU with 1152 CUDA cores
Following the official launch of the Nvidia Geforce GTX 1060 with 3GB of memory, which is quite different from the original GTX 1060 6GB graphics card, EVGA has unveiled its own lineup with a total of five different versions.
Built for overclocking
Following Nvidia's recent launch of the Geforce GTX 10 series graphics cards for notebooks, EVGA has now unveiled its newest version of the SC17 notebook, and one comes with the Geforce GTX 1070 graphics card.
GeForce GTX 970 was not all it seemed
If you bought a GeForce GTX 970 then it looks like Nvidia will owe you $30 after agreeing to a preliminary settlement of a class action over some marketing of the card.
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We like the way EVGA has designed its new GTX 1080 FTW graphics card. It looks as powerful as it is and will drive you the fastest route through any journey.
Coming in four versions with LED lit EVGA logo
EVGA has now officially launched its new and redesigned High Bandwidth (HB) SLI bridges that should double the SLI performance on the new Pascal-based GTX 10 series graphics cards.
For Geforce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 graphics cards
EVGA also brought its own custom SLI High-Bandwidth (HB) bridges to Computex 2016 show.
New concept case that is literaly packed with features
EVGA already showed its concept PC case back at CES 2016 show in January and has brought it to Computex 2016 as well, but now with the new DG-87 name.
On Wednesday, our editor-in-chief got a briefing with EVGA at the company’s showroom in Taipei for Computex 2016, where a few new custom Geforce Pascal products were introduced for the first time. This week, EVGA is now unveiling the Geforce GTX 1080 Classified, the Geforce GTX 1080 Hybrid and the Geforce GTX 1080 SC to show that they are actual products and not just fast-looking designs printed on paper.