Review: Small form factor can host a lot of power
Hadron Air has been an alternative solution for gamers that like small form facor PC and are happy with Mini ITX board and still want to plug a decent GPU in this tiny gaming system. Our Hadron Air has been a good friend for more than two years and for buiding a mini-ITX system it is still one of the best choices.
Review: Knocks of the socks off the GTX Titan X
A brand new Phoenix cooler provides a great thermal solution for the GTX 980 Ti. Even factory overclocked, the Golden Sample card we reviewed stays quiet all the time.
Review: Compact and extremely quiet during gaming
Many parameters for this entry-level to mainstream graphics card are well tuned, but the price is too high.
Review: Price is too high, but we blame Nvidia
EVGA’s factory-overclocked FTW card gives pleasant and quiet 1080p gaming but it is a bit on the pricey side.
Review: Faster than Titan X
EVGA has nine different GTX 980 Ti cards, including three superclocked flavours.
Preview: With a new 'Phoenix' cooler
With an aggressive factory GPU overclock, the GTX 980 Ti GS is faster in games than GTX Titan X. A new Phoenix cooler keeps the card as silent as a Trappist monk with his mouth full.
Review: Manually updating from 7 / 8.1 to Windows 10
Windows 10 is officially available and you can get it as a free upgradeif you own a genuine version of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. Microsoft has said that it will roll out the updates in waves and there is no way to know when it will be your turn.
Review: Gaming at 4K with FreeSync and CrossFire
This monitor comes with FreeSync support and we obviously want to take closer look at this. With the latest driver release, AMD added CrossFire support for FreeSync, and we will check it out using two Radeon R9 290X graphics cards.
Review: Silent and faster than R9 290X
The PowerColor PCS+ R9 390 provides a great gaming performance at 1440p. It comes with 8GB of GDDR5 memory and quiet custom cooler with three fans and a backplate.
Preview: Great performance and silent cooler
The reference GTX 980 Ti gets quite close to the Titan X, which is priced at $999, and the EVGA GTX 980 Ti ACX 2.0+, priced at $680, outperforms the Titan X in most scenarios.