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.
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.
Should be similar to the GTX 1080 lineup
EVGA has decided to showcase both its custom GTX 1080 as well as a few custom GTX 1070 graphics cards at Computex 2016 show, hinting that both lineups could be similar.
A total of five graphics cards
Following Nvidia's official retail launch of the new Geforce GTX 1080, EVGA has prepared no less than five different graphics card, with more to come soon.
Alleged GTX 1080 SC pictures and GPU-Z leaked
According to a couple of leaks online, EVGA is currently working on a custom GTX 1080 which will be a part of its well known SuperClocked Edition.
E-ATX motherboard with the new 8-layer Hybrid Black PCB
After a couple of teasers, EVGA has now officially launched its new high-end motherboard based on Intel's X99 Express chipset, the EVGA X99 FTW K.
EVGA, Zotac, Gigabyte, Galax and Inno3D
Following the announcement of first Pascal-based Geforce graphics cards, the GTX 1080 and the GTX 1070, Nvidia AiB (Add-in-Board) partners have announced their versions, all based on reference design, now known as Founders Edition.