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EVGA's 1080 Ti KINGPIN Card Guarantees 2,025MHz Overclock
iCX Technology, an efficient heatpipe layout, and highly efficient digital VRM are what make this very fast graphics card possible.

Nvidia Max-Q Laptops Offer 3x Performance, Are 3x Thinner
Gaming laptops as thin as a MacBook Air, but with 70 percent more performance under the hood thanks to a GeForce GTX 10-series GPU.

Zotac Develops World's Smallest GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Cards
One card is fan-cooled, the other water-cooled, but both are only 21cm long and promise no compromise on performance.

Nvidia Tips New Volta Architecture for Supercomputer GPUs
The Tesla V100 is the first Volta-based GPU, which will soon find its way to the artificial intelligence and machine learning cloud platforms of Microsoft and Amazon.

XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX Edition
XFX's take on the RX 580 is a solid choice for 1080p gaming, and goes toe-to-toe with Nvidia's competing GTX 1060.

Forced Quake Champions Shortcut Removed From Radeon Software
There was no opt-out, the shortcut just appeared without consent on your Windows desktop during installation.

Nvidia Unveils Titan Xp, Mac Support for Pascal GPUs
The $1,200 Titan Xp is a behemoth for those who need the absolute maximum GPU power that Nvidia has to offer, a group that will soon include Mac users.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founder's Edition
With performance closer to the mighty Titan X than the GTX 1080 for hundreds of dollars less, Nvidia's new flagship is a true 4K gaming graphics card.

GTX 1080 Ti Is Nvidia's New Flagship GPU
It's even faster than the Titan X, and at $699, it's cheaper, too.

Nvidia Locks Promo Games to Graphics Cards
By doing so, it stops those codes being shared or sold.