Preview: Another great Pascal graphics card
Nvidia is addressing higher mid-range segment with this card and with its $249 price tag it may become your next graphics card for 1080p gaming.
Review: Has the new ACX 3.0 cooler and a light show
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.
Review: The best gaming graphics card ever
The GTX 1080 Phoenix Goes Like Hell is the right card to experience a whole new class of performance enhanced gaming. The user can freely experiment with all the new Nvidia features, and we believe it has enough under the hood to drive whatever comes next.
Preview: Best gaming performance to date.
Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 debuted earlier this month, and since 27 May Friday it is possible to buy or order one. We have the reference card and we are pleased to inform you that the GTX 1080 is exceptional in almost all aspects.
Review: Small form factor can host a lot of power
Hadron Air has been an alternative solution for gamers that like small form facor PC and are happy with Mini ITX board and still want to plug a decent GPU in this tiny gaming system. Our Hadron Air has been a good friend for more than two years and for buiding a mini-ITX system it is still one of the best choices.
Review: Knocks of the socks off the GTX Titan X
A brand new Phoenix cooler provides a great thermal solution for the GTX 980 Ti. Even factory overclocked, the Golden Sample card we reviewed stays quiet all the time.
Review: Compact and extremely quiet during gaming
Many parameters for this entry-level to mainstream graphics card are well tuned, but the price is too high.
Review: Price is too high, but we blame Nvidia
EVGA’s factory-overclocked FTW card gives pleasant and quiet 1080p gaming but it is a bit on the pricey side.
Review: Faster than Titan X
EVGA has nine different GTX 980 Ti cards, including three superclocked flavours.
Preview: With a new 'Phoenix' cooler
With an aggressive factory GPU overclock, the GTX 980 Ti GS is faster in games than GTX Titan X. A new Phoenix cooler keeps the card as silent as a Trappist monk with his mouth full.