AMD is striking back at Nvidia with its upcoming Polaris 10 and 11 graphics cards.
Nvidia has unveiled the Geforce GTX 1080, the most powerful gaming graphics card ever created by the company.
MSI has unveiled their improved and efficient Geforce GTX 950 graphics cards.
Not to take anything away from the dual-GPU Fury X2, but NVIDIA’s 16nm Pascal (GP100) has been suggested to achieve 12 TFLOPs of performance.
The surefire king of the GPU hill, the Radeon R9 Fury X2, will be delayed a wee bit longer than we hoped for.
MSI is the world’s first to offer this new high performance gaming GPU for gamers.
Like NVIDIA was going to let AMD fill a gap in their own range of cards.
It’s appropriate given the size of the price gap.
We’re pretty sure the USS Enterprise isn’t working with this sort of bandwidth.
As if NVIDIA was going to let AMD take the crown of fastest GPU without a fight.
And it’s really rather special.
Updated: It is indeed faster than a GTX 980, but it’s a heck of a lot more expensive too.
Designed for those of you who simply want to play games.
For those who can’t quite afford the GTX 960.
AMD’s answer to the GeForce GTX 950.
Are your surprised with specs like that?
Here’s hoping for a better result than Arkham Knight.
It’s very nearly dynamite in a small package.
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