Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 1070 Review | Benchmark

Since the introduction of Nvidia’s Pascal Architecture graphics cards everyone seems to want one for the advantage in performance boost and much more efficient power consumption. Not only is demand at an all high, the market is flooded with 21 different models for the GTX 1070 alone. Which also happens to be the card that we are going to look at today. We’ve be awed by the presence and performance of the Gigabyte GTX 1080 Extreme Gaming but not many people have pockets deep enough to accommodate such a marvel. Thus, we’ve turned to something much more within the majority of people’s reach. Today we’re taking a look at the Gigabyte GTX 1070 G1 Gaming. more “Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 1070 Review | Benchmark”

GALAX GTX 980 SOC Review | Benchmark

This one of the easy graphics card we have reviewed so far. For 2 reasons. One it doesn’t have an official Galax page so we are unsure what technology and enhancement they have made. Second reason is the card overclock out of the factory, this is great so people can buy one of the highest performing GTX 980 and slam it into the PC and do their editing/rendering instantly without the need to fiddle around with any overclocking software. more “GALAX GTX 980 SOC Review | Benchmark”

Gigabyte GTX 1080 Xtreme Gaming Review | Premium Pack Ed | VR Ready

The GTX 1080 is using the new GP104 graphics core based on the 16nm FinFET Pascal Architecture. With a total of 2560 CUDA cores. Its pair with 8GB GDDR5X, the 256-bit memory interface runs at 10Gb/sec, helping to drive 1.7x higher effective memory bandwidth than delivered by regular GDDR5. This specs alone makes the GTX 1080 4k gaming ready with maximum resolution 7680×4320@60Hz and VR ready. You run up to 4 displays if you fit to do so. The Gigabyte variant the core clock speed are: more “Gigabyte GTX 1080 Xtreme Gaming Review | Premium Pack Ed | VR Ready”