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Review: GALAX GTX 1060 EX OC Graphics Card

Soon after AMD revealed the RX 480, its budget card offering premium gaming and VR experience, NVIDIA followed suit by announcing their own answer to the AMD counterpart, the GTX 1060. Aftermarket cards available on the market give users a wide range of options, and the GALAX GTX 1060 EX OC is a great performer.   CUDA Cores   1280   Base Clock   1544 MHz   Boost Clock   1759 MHz   Memory   6 GB   Memory Interface Width   192-bit GDDR5   Display   HDMI, DVI, DP   TDP   120 W   Dimensions   268 x 139 x 42 mm The card looks quite sleek with a minimalistic design, and the black colour gives it quite a nice feel. Two large 90 mm fans sit on top for cooling with a copper cooling base and nickel plated heatpipes for effective heat dissipation. The Galax GTX 1060 EX OC comes with a full backplate...

NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1060 Revealed

NVIDIA has finally revealed their response to the RX 480, AMD’s high performance budget GPU – the GTX 1060. The card promises huge improvements, claimed by NVIDIA to be faster than the GTX 980 which comes at a price tag of about $400, while the GTX 1060 is said to cost only around $250. The GPU will have 1280 CUDA Cores, a base clock speed of 1.5 GHz with about 6 GB of GDDR5 memory running at 8 Gbits/s. It will have about 4.4 Teraflops of computing power and is said to be VR ready with a TDP of only about 120 W. If the card delivers on what it promises, you can have a great GPU to run all your games in high settings without them straining your wallet. But while these specifications sound impressive on paper, we still need to find out how the card performs in real life and wheth...

Review: NVIDIA GTX 1070 Founder’s Edition

The wait is over. NVIDIA’s little brother to the GTX 1080 is out and we couldn’t wait to try it out. The GTX 1070 is a little toned down version of the 1080, and hence more affordable as well. More and more people want to know about it as the GTX 1080 might shoot their budget out of the comfort zone, so here we are with a quick review for the GTX 1070. Streaming Multiprocessors 15 CUDA Cores 1920 Base Clock 1506 MHz GPU Boost Clock 1683 MHz Total Video Memory 8 GB Texture Units 120 Memory Clock 4006 MHz Memory Bandwidth 256 GBit/s Bus Width 256 Bit ROP 64 Manufacturing Process 16 nm TDP 150 W Like it’s elder counterpart, the GTX 1070 is based on the new Pascal architecture. But instead of 2560 CUDA cores, it has about 1920 cores. Add to that 6.5 teraflops of computing pow...

AMD RX 480 Price and Leaked Benchmarks: Both Better than Expected

Disclaimer: Gaming Central does not vouch for the accuracy of any of these benchmarks. They were leaked online and were deleted soon after. However, a YouTuber by the name of Alex was able to quickly upload these on his channel.  The AMD Radeon RX 480 is available in two variants, a 4 GB and 8 GB . Powered by 2304 cores, this card is capable of gameplay at very high resolutions and VR as well. The memory on the Radeon RX 480 graphics card is clocked at 8 GB/s which gives us a total of 256 GB/s bandwidth on the graphics board along a 256-bit wide bus interface. Here are the specifications as given by TechPowerup. With these amazing specifications, it’s hard not to expect an equally amazing performance. And for a price tag of $200, the RX480 is a beast. Without further ado, let’s...

Quick Review: Sapphire Nitro Radeon R9 Fury Desktop GPU

The Fury is AMD’s series of top-notch high-end performance graphic cards, and Sapphire’s version of the R9 Fury is bang on buck. Needless to say, it is well equipped to handle anything you throw at it without breaking a sweat. Take a look at these specs to get started: GPU 3584 Stream Processors 28 nm Graphics Core Next (GCN) 1020 MHz  Engine Clock Interface PCI-Express 3.0 Memory 4096 bit Memory Bus HBM Memory Type 1000 MHz Effective Memory Clock 4096 MB Size BIOS Support Legacy BIOS UEFI BIOS Displays Maximum 5 Outputs Output 1 x DVI-D 1 x HDMI 3 x DisplayPort Resolution 4096X2160 Pixel DisplayPort Resolution 2500×1600 Pixel Dual Link DVI Resolution 2160P HDMI Resolution API OpenGL® 4.5 OpenCL 2.0 DirectX® 12 Shader Model 5.0 Feature AMD CrossFire AMD PowerTune AMD ZeroC...

AMD Launches the Radeon Rebellion with the Radeon™ RX 480 Graphics Card

Today a revolution in PC gaming and VR began as AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) launched the Radeon™ RX 480 graphics card designed to deliver enthusiast-level gaming performance and features, the world’s most advanced graphics technology and an extraordinary value proposition to fans and gamers around the world. The Radeon™ RX 480 introduces premium technology engineered to deliver the best performance/$ in its class, democratize VR and deliver a wide range of future-proof technologies2 supporting current and forthcoming game and video standards. The cards will start at SEP $199 USD for the Radeon™ RX 480 4GB card, and SEP $239 for the Radeon™ RX 480 8GB card. Details regarding the new Radeon™ RX 480 graphics card and related technologies are available at AMD’s new gamer-focused website, Radeon.com. “Ou...

GIGABYTE Launches GeForce® GTX 1080 XTREME GAMING Graphics Card

Unprecedented performance integrated with GIGABYTE innovation ready for next-generation gaming GIGABYTE, the world’s leading premium gaming hardware manufacturer, announced today the release of the GeForce® GTX 1080 XTREME GAMING (GV-N1080XTREME-8GD) , the flagship graphics card of the year from the premium XTREME GAMING Series. Driven by the Pascal architecture from Nvidia, the GTX 1080 XTREME GAMING combines with GIGABYTE’s gaming innovation to deliver monstrous performance ready for next-generation gaming, especially in the arena of virtual reality. In addition to the standard pack, the GTX 1080 XTREME GAMING is also offered in a special Premium Pack that comes with VR friendly kits, an SLI Bridge, and other premium accessories to prepare gamers for what is coming next in the gaming sph...

AMD Showcases New High-Performance Solutions At COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2016

— Launches 7th Generation AMD A-Series APUs; Outlines the Market Opportunity and Announces Availability Date for New Radeon RX GPUs; Delivers First Public Demonstration of Upcoming High-Performance Desktop Processor Featuring “Zen” Processor Cores — Building off its legacy of innovation, AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) today highlighted multiple updates about the company’s upcoming high-performance compute and graphics solutions. “We entered 2016 with a great product lineup and growing momentum for AMD’s technologies,” said AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su. “Today’s launch of our 7th Generation A-Series mobile APUs, to be followed closely by new Radeon™ RX Series GPUs and then our next-generation ‘Summit Ridge’ desktop processor powered by our ‘Zen’ core represent key proof points of our strategy to fi...

NVIDIA’s Maxwell GPU’s will bring you closer to Virtual Reality Gaming

We’ve seen it in movies. We’re read about it in books. Virtual technology is breaking into the mainstream with NVIDIA’s latest GPUs – built on the new Maxwell architecture – are ready. Maxwell is at the core of the new GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970 GPUs, the most advanced GPUs from NVIDIA.  Maxwell is designed to solve some of the most complex lighting and graphics challenges in visual computing. One of the biggest challenges: virtual reality. With screens positioned inches away from the user’s face, responsiveness is at a premium. Which is why Maxwell-based GPUs have been optimized for virtual reality. No margin for error: get VR wrong and gamers can get sick. Typically, it takes 50 milliseconds or more to render a scene in a virtual reality environment, from the time you move your he...


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