Cheapest one in Europe costs €479
Nvidia has now officially launched its US $379/$439 priced Geforce GTX 1070 graphics card to shops and although we already seen some reviews earlier, some have been published today.
Analyst claims RX change was better than Pascal
MKM analyst Ian Ing claims that AMD’s recent gaming refresh was better done than Nvidia’s.
Wants to get Kaby Lake
It is beginning to look like the technology industry has written off 2016 as an annus horribilis and is only thinking about 2017. Microsoft has decided to delay its Surface Pro 5 from late 2016 to 2017 possibly so that it is not cursed.
Fixes GTX 1080 fan issues and brings optimal experience for Mirror's Edge
Nvidia has released its newest graphics card drivers which are not only Game Ready drivers for the new Mirror's Edge Catalyst game but also bring support for Geforce GTX 1070 which should launch in a few days and fix the GTX 1080 Founders Edition fan issues.
For Geforce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 graphics cards
EVGA also brought its own custom SLI High-Bandwidth (HB) bridges to Computex 2016 show.
Retail launch on June 10
Nvidia has finally lifted the GTX 1070 NDA, allowing selected sites to publish their reviews and show us that Nvidia GTX Titan X and Radeon R9 Fury X killer.
Limited supplies at least until week after Geforce GTX 1070 launch
On Friday, most of Nvidia’s add-in board partners made announcements of their customized Geforce GTX 1080 graphics cards and their sales of the Geforce GTX 1080 Founders Edition, a new name for Nvidia’s new “reference card” with reference clockspeeds, only this time with an upgraded vapor chamber cooling unit.
Aero, Armor, Gaming X and Sea Hawk
MSI has unveiled a total of five different Geforce GTX 1080 graphics cards including a couple of rather interesting versions like the GTX 1080 Gaming X 8G with Twin Frozr VI cooler or the GTX 1080 Sea Hawk with Corsair's Hydro Series hybrid cooler.
WHQL are you?
Nvidia has released a new update which gives WHQL-certified support for the company's GeForce GTX 1080.
Includes Geforce GTX 1080 Ti, new Titan, Quadro and Tesla GPUs
On Wednesday, the folks at AIDA64 released a complete list of the device hardware IDs that Nvidia will use for its upcoming Geforce 10 Pascal lineup in both mobile and desktop GPUs. The list confirms the existence of GP102, a chip the company has likely reserved for Geforce GTX 1080 Ti, a refreshed Geforce Titan series, and a few new Quadro and Tesla GPUs all expected for release several months from now.