Graphics Cards Guide
NVIDIA's new mid-range GeForce GTX 960 series graphics card are now available on the market. Here are some of the options from partners ASUS, Gigabyte, and ZOTAC. Update: Cards from MSI and Palit have been added to the list.
Having already launched the GeForce GTX 980 and 970, it was only a matter of time before NVIDIA released the GTX 960 as well. In our hands is Gigabyte's G1.Gaming GeForce GTX 960. Here's what we think of it!
AMD has caught wind of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 960, and is all too pleased to immediately fire a few shots at it. AMD doesn't stop there, and with the help of YouTuber Linus Tech Tips, proves that you can build a 4K gaming PC with AMD parts for under US$1,000 (approx RM3,625).
It seems that AMD is planning to announce a successor to the R9 270 series graphics cards with a new line of cards under the codename 'Trinidad'.
You can expect several upcoming notebooks to pack NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 965M graphics, but what exactly are its specifications? Find out more inside.
MSI kicked off CES 2015 by showcasing the new GT80 Titan gaming notebook, while also introducing the GS30 Shadow notebook and its accompanying Gaming Dock.
NVIDIA officially announced the new Tegra X1 SoC at its CES 2015 press conference, which uses the new Maxwell graphics architecture and promises even greater performance and power efficiency. Don't just take our word for it, as we present to you some hands-on benchmarking results.
Rumor has it that NVIDIA could launch the midrange powerhouse GeForce GTX 960 in January, powered by the Maxwell-based GM206 core. There is also the rumored price of US$199, which would be about RM695 when it gets here on our shores.
It’s the end of year, and that means more deals and bargains are to be found at the PIKOM PC Fair (III).
NVIDIA is giving away a series of highly-anticipated Ubisoft games with the purchase of a qualifying GPU or notebook as part of its 'Pick Your Path' promotion, which ends on January 20, 2015.