Now we need better MATX cases that isn't as huge as ATX towers and as butt ugly as Silverstone's offerings.
U.S President is merely just a figure head. They don't have any powers anymore, and serves as a gimmick to instill false sense of democracy to the...
Should've used the GTX 1080m. Day one flop.
It's more like: NVIDIA found a desperate sucker to unload their unwanted Tegra chips.
PC monitors are still rubbish and overpriced vs glorious TVs.
All SSDs have hit a wall in real-world performance.
The king is back. No more reason buying overpriced Noctua's.
Their Razer Core, which looks like an ITX case already, looks way better than this.
Vega vs GTX 2080 in 2017. Things will get uglier than a Master P's sneaker.
This just proves that no GPU is futureproof. Newer games will bring even a Titan X on its knees @ 1080p maxed settings. It's better to buy...
Couldn't care less about clock for clock comparison since they are 2 different architectures. Only metric that matters is performance per watt.
As overpriced and ugly as their computer cases.
I was waiting for AIB 480s, but those crap took ages to release. Once they were out, reviews suggest they are just as disappointing as the vanilla...
3/10. Those gigantic bezels. Holy shit!
No software support though. Why cripple yourself?
This "gimped POS" will still smoke a fully-loaded Polaris. Reality sucks.
And this is with a gimped card as well. Next year's full-power GP102 should easily reach 4k 60fps in most games.
But this is the Ti. Next year's TItan will have all the cores intact.
AIB cards are still no where to be found. Many people such as myself surrendered to the GTX 1060 for $230 @ Newegg. So much for trying to support...
Edit: NM. GTX 1060 gets beaten by stock 480 in DX12 & Vulkan games. DX11 is irrelevant now, and many upcoming games support DX12. No point buying...
Moar games in the test please! Total War: Warhammer and moar DX12 titles to see how the GTX 1060 fares against the RX 480. DX12 is now and the future!
Power consumption must be so bad that there's no graph for it. :P
We just need more ITX cases with native SFX support that isn't as big as ATX cases!
HDMI 2.0b adds dynamic metadata to further imitate Dolby Vision (the best version of HDR only a handful of OLED and LCD TVs support).
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