Items tagged with evga

EVGA is well known in the enthusiast community for its motherboards, video cards, power supplies and countless other PC peripherals (among other things). The hardware company just announced its upgraded SC17 1080 G-SYNC Gaming Laptop (which is quite a mouthful), but we’ll just call it the SC17 for brevity’s sake. As its name implies, the SC17 features a big, gorgeous 17.3-inch 4K NVIDIA G-SYNC panel, which is much appreciated in this class of gaming notebooks. We’ve been seeing 17-inch notebooks “saddled” with 1080p displays for far too long, so it’s nice to see that EVGA has equipped this notebook... Read more...
Gamers and overclockers looking for a new NVIDIA-based graphics card have something new to lust over from EVGA. The new video card is the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti K|NGP|N edition. Sure, that name doesn't exactly roll off the tongue, but the performance is there in spades. The GTX 1080 Ti K|NGP|N edition currently holds multiple single video card world records in benchmarks with a 3DMark Time Spy record of 14,219 and a 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme world record of 19,361. The video card also grabbed world records in UNIGINE Superposition with a score of 8,642 and in 3DMark Fire Strike scoring 31,770.... Read more...
Preorders are currently underway for Intel’s new Core X-Series processors, which range from the quad-core, quad-thread Core i5-7640X ($242) to the 8-core, 36-thread Core i9-7980XE ($1,999). These new Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X processors require a brand-new chipset, the X299, and motherboard manufacturers have responded by providing a number of new offerings hitting multiple price points. Luckily, we’ve got a quick roundup of new X299 motherboards from EVGA, Gigabyte and MSI to get you started on your search for the perfect companion for your new Core X processor. ASUS ASUS has a total of seven... Read more...
Join us for another episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks webcast. In this episode we kick around Samsung's Galaxy Book 12, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, EVGA's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 with iCX technology, the Nintendo Switch, AMD ThreadRipper, Ryzen Mobile, Radeon Vega Frontier Edition, EPYC and much more... Show Notes:05:30 - EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING Review: Dialing-In On Performance18:24 - Samsung Galaxy Book 12 Review: OLED Display Meets S Pen And Portability18:24 - Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2017) Review: Optimized Mobility36:04 - Nintendo Switch Review:... Read more...
A couple of weeks ago, we reported on a rumor of forthcoming GT 1030 graphics cards from NVIDIA, and this week, their existence has been confirmed. Its launch creates a new battle: Radeon RX 550 vs. GeForce GT 1030, although based on the specs alone, it looks like the RX 500 is going to come ahead (but its price will scale). The rumor leading up to the launch of the GT 1030 showed that the card could come equipped with either 384 or 512 CUDA cores, but based on the models available right now, it appears that the variant with 384 CUDA cores is going to be more common. At this point, we can't find... Read more...
Soon after NVIDIA's Founder’s Edition GeForce GTX 1080 Ti hit the scene, board partners readied custom cards, like the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING with iCX technology we’ll be showing you here. We have already taken a look at a powerful behemoth from Gigabyte, and MSI chimed in recently as well. Today’s combatant from EVGA, though slightly more tame in terms of clock speeds, may just be the most attractive to the data junkies and tweakers among you.EVGA’s iCX technology is interesting for a few reasons. It incorporates a plethora of additional sensors onto the card, along with a protection... Read more...
  Do you have a fever, and the only prescription is more GeForce GTX 1080 Ti? Well, sit back and take a seat, because EVGA has no less than three custom graphics cards coming your way — and that is in addition to the already-announced Founders Edition.EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti As you might already know, the Founders Edition has a base clock of 1480MHz and a boost clock of 1582MHz, with a texture fill rate of 331.5GT/s. The 11GB of GDDR5X memory is clocked at 11GHz providing effective memory bandwidth of 484 GB/s.EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Gaming But EVGA’s custom boards start ramping up the... Read more...
Just a week ago, Vince “K|NGP|N” Lucido was turning heads with a massive overclock on an EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founder Edition. K|NGP|N was able to take the newly released graphics card to a stunning 2.5GHz using liquid nitrogen. Even the onboard GDDR5X memory received some well-deserved attention, overclocking to 12.5Gbps. To put those numbers in perspective, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti has a base clock of 1480MHz and boosts to 1582MHz, while the card’s memory has a stock speed of 11Gbps. Now K|NGP|N is back at it again, using liquid nitrogen to eek another 500MHz out of the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080... Read more...
For close to two decades, EVGA has been producing graphics cards based on NVIDIA GPU technology. The company's current line-up consists of literally dozens of cards featuring GeForce GTX 10-series GPUs, with various clock speeds, cooler configurations, and form factors. Although the GeForce 10 series has been out for quite a while now, and EVGA already has a voluminous line-up of cards, the company isn’t done releasing new products just yet. In fact, the GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 card featuring EVGA’s iCX technology we’ll be showing you here is arguably the company’s most extensive revamp yet.EVGA... Read more...
Something obvious to anyone that’s done any shopping for graphics cards recently is that NVIDIA’s add-in board partners have gone all-in on Pascal. Virtually all of NVIDIA’s tier 1 partners have dozens of Pascal-based products in their line-up, from ultra-powerful, triple-slot, overclocked GeForce GTX 1080s to half-height, low-power GTX 1050s. Tucked away neatly in the middle, however, is a graphics card with enough muscle to power a mainstream gaming system, but in a form factor that’s small and power-friendly enough for a compact mini-ITX build – this is the EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 Gaming.If you... Read more...
EVGA tends to aim for the fences with its SuperNOVA modular PSUs, and the new SuperNOVA G3 series is no exception. These high performance PSU are 80 Plus Gold-Certified and come in five models ranging from 550 watts to 1000 watts. With the SuperNOVA G3, EVGA aimed a shrink ray at the previous generation SuperNOVA G2. As a result, these compact PSUs measure just 150mm in length compared to 200mm for its predecessor. In addition, EVGA has reduced the size of the single fan from 140mm to 130mm. Speaking of the fan, it incorporates a new hydraulic dynamic bearing design for increased performance and... Read more...
So you bought a GeForce GTX 1080 or 1070 graphics card from EVGA with a fancy ACX 3.0 cooling solution and now you're worried it's going to burn up, is that it? Well turn that frown upside down. EVGA announced earlier this week that it was working on a VBIOS update that would instruct affected cards to more aggressively cool themselves, and that update is now available. The overheating issue came to light when several users posted some alarming temperature readings on Reddit and EVGA's support forum. In some cases, users posted pictures of purported charring on certain components, while others... Read more...
Over the weekend, we reported on a five-alarm issue involving certain NVIDIA GeForce 10-Series graphics cards from EVGA. Customers of affected cards have witnessed intermittent screen anomalies with their cards, which foreshadows impending doom. Others have witnessed their cards go up in flames, with the voltage regulator module (VRM) overheating due to improper cooling. Testing has shown that in some cases, parts of the PCB on affected cards has reached upwards of 107C. After issuing an initial statement on the matter when the first reports starting spreading, EVGA is back now with further information... Read more...
Following a rash of complaints about overheating graphics cards causing black screens and, in some cases, even burning up and dying, EVGA is extending an olive branch of sorts by offering owners of its FTW GeForce GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 graphics cards a free thermal pad. Affected owners would probably prefer EVGA acknowledge there's an issue, but so far it hasn't done so. There are multiple forum threads on EVGA's forum and Reddit filled with user accounts of FTW GTX 1070 and 1080 cards running uncomfortably hot. In one post, Reddit user "Mydst" says he saw a "bright orange flame" shoot out about... Read more...
1 2 3 4 5 Next ... Last