nVidia continues its dominant GPU rampage, and now they are taking the fight to the sub-$300 segment with the GTX 1660 Ti. I know, I know, nVidia’s naming scheme is as smooth as silk… making the non-awkwardly-named TR 2990WX look short.
AMD’s Radeon VII has arrived! All hail the Radeon VII! But does it belong in our build chart?
So, the new RTX 2060 was revealed during CES, and now the benchmarks are out. Long story short: GTX 1070 to GTX 1080 performance for $350. So, you get last year’s $500 performance and save $150. That is pretty good! In fact, I would say that (due to its price) this card is probably going to be nVidia’s most popular RTX 20XX card. We are not all oil barons, nVidia!
It is not going to be easy to be kind to AMD for this one: The 590 is a refreshed 580, which itself is a refreshed 480.
November 2017 was the last time we updated the GPU descriptions. We compared cards to the Titan XP, and had benchmarks for WoW and Witcher 3.
Now that it is November 2018, I have updated the base comparison GPU and the reference games.
AMD has released two new 2nd-generation Threadripper CPUs (the TR 2920X and the TR 2970WX).
There are new high-end CPUs available from Intel, and new low-end CPUs available from AMD. And we’ve taken a look at both!
So, the new RTX 2070 got released last night, to mixed-but-mostly positive reviews.
After much teasing and waiting, the reviews for nVidia’s RTX cards are now available, which means we can finally properly evaluate how the RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti stack up against the prior generation.