Earlier this year, Zotac announced the successor to its VR GO backpack PC, the aptly-named VR GO 2.0. At the time, the company was cagey about specifications, but has now released complete information about the internals, revealing the 2.0 as more of a refinement than a straight upgrade.
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Given NVIDIA's initial claims and then the real-world benchmarks that have started to appear, it's no surprise that PC gamers are slightly hyped for the launch of the GPU giant's latest and greatest silicon.
But the GeForce GTX 1080 -- since the much-more affordable GTX 1070 isn't on sale yet -- still costs a lot. Not that it's stopped anyone.