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And Some Leaked NVIDIA TITAN X Benchmarks Have Appeared

Most gamers aren’t likely to have the spare cash to drop on a TITAN X. Those that do know what they’re getting: the single most powerful GPU for gamers and consumers today.

But there’s one question: just how much faster is the latest generation of NVIDIA’s TITAN X? The card hasn’t officially launched yet, but some benchmarks have popped online. Good news: it’s decently faster.

Australians Can Get A Geforce GTX 1070 For Under $600

If you’ve been watching all the news and hype around new graphics cards, you might have also been tempted to buy one. After all, who doesn’t like the prospect of playing games in 4K at high frame rates, turning all the options up to maximum? But new GPUs are expensive, especially if you’re after one from NVIDIA. Even their semi-affordable card, the GTX 1070, still costs around several hundred dollars.

Except for this one.

Here's The Tiniest And Most Powerful 4K Gaming PC

30 centimetres, by 30 centimetres, by 10 centimetres. That’s how big this 4K-friendly, Intel Core i7-toting, dual SSD-booting, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 SLI-ing gaming rig is. The only problem? The case itself cost more than the $US3500 of high-end PC components inside. Built for an Australian hardcore PC enthusiast and engineer, it’s a prototype for what could well be the smallest 4K gaming PC that money can buy.

How Much Will Your Old CPU Slow Down Your GTX 1060 Or RX 480?

It’s always easier to replace a video card than it is a CPU and motherboard, so it’s not surprising to find people with a GTX 1060 or RX 480 surrounded by comparatively ancient components. These setups are sacrificing some performance by bottle-necking their GPU, sure, but exactly how much is going to waste?

The TITAN X Just Got Announced By NVIDIA

Step aside, GTX 1080. There’s another new king in town. If you thought the most recent top-of-the-line NVIDIA graphics card was unreasonably powerful, then you’re in for a shock. The NVIDIA Titan X is, on paper, around 50 per cent more powerful again.

Here's Benchmarks For Every Card AMD And NVIDIA Have Released In 2016

It’s a big year if you’re a PC gaming enthusiast. Alongside Intel’s new Extreme Edition CPUs, both Nvidia and AMD have released new graphics cards. All price points from $300 to $1200 have been overhauled with new GPUs offering much-increased performance, more efficient power consumption and new VR-friendly feature-sets — so here’s how they all perform relative to each other.

Exploring Mirror's Edge Catalyst From A Different Angle With NVIDIA's Ansel

NVIDIA’s new Ansel capture technology went live in Mirror’s Edge Catalyst this week, giving players a new way to explore, capture and share EA’s gleaming city of glass from simple screenshots to full 360 degree virtual reality shots. Every game needs this.

NVIDIA Plans Driver Update To Fix GTX 1080 Stuttering Problems

Just a moment, NVIDIA fans! If you took some weird joy out of AMD’s recent RX 480 driver issues, well, it’s time for some self-flagellation. Reportedly, the company’s latest software is causing audible crackling and stuttering issues on its GeForce 10 series of chips.

NVIDIA's VR Funhouse Is Coming To Steam

Later this month, NVIDIA is releasing what it calls “its first game” onto Steam. That game is a short virtual reality experience called VR Funhouse. It’s built on Unreal Engine 4, and it’s designed to show off the graphical and physics-enhanced power of the company’s GeForce 10-series GPUs, including the new (and more affordable) GTX 1060.

Finally, A New NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Card You Can Afford

After the launch of NVIDIA’s top-of-the-line GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070, gamers with deep pockets jumped at the opportunity to buy these new, powerful cards. But at $700 for a 1070 and over $1100 for a 1080 in Australia, a lot of PC enthusiasts simply didn’t have the spare cash or disposable income to drop on a new GeForce card. That’s why so many people were — and still are — keen on AMD’s equally new Radeon RX 480, which is barely over $300.

To counter that, NVIDIA has a third card to release in 2016, designed to battle that RX 480 on both price and performance. It’ll be $US250, and it’s faster than last generation’s top-end GTX 980: meet the GeForce GTX 1060.

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