NVIDIA’s GeForce 900 Series has been a long time coming and gamers have anxiously awaited it. NVIDIA has been using the Kepler architecture for quite sometime and when Maxwell was introduced last year we only saw the entry-level and budget friendly cards. When we finally got word that we would be seeing performance segment Maxwell cards let’s just say we got excited. Today we will be looking at our first review of a GeForce 900 series card and it comes in the form of the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 G1 Gaming. For starters the GeForce GTX 970 has 1664 CUDA cores, 104 texture units, 64 ROPs and packs 4GB of GDDR5 memory. Normally this card would have speeds of 1050 MHz core and 1178 MHz boost, but Gigabyte has overclocked their version to speeds of 1178 MHz core and 1329 MHz boost. On top of that Gigabyte has implemented their latest WindForce 3X cooler on the card to give you the best cooling possible. Let’s get this card on the bench and see what it can do!
It looks like we our first Mini-ITX GeForce GTX 970 graphics card and it comes from Gigabyte. One thing that NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 970 and 980 are known for are their low TDP’s so making a mini-ITX version of the GTX 970 was bound to happen. This small card from Gigabyte is their GV-N970IXOC-4GD. The […]
Gigabyte has just announced a new socket 1150 motherboard into their G1.Gaming series for people who do not plan on overclocking their processors, the G1.Sniper B6. The board is based on Intel’s B85 chipset and comes with support for “Haswell” and “Devil’s Canyon” CPUs.
GIGABYTE, the world’s leading premium gaming hardware manufacturer, today announced the release of GV-N980G1 GAMING-4GD and GV-N970G1 GAMING-4GD, two new graphics cards from the next generation G1 Gaming Series. Both cards are respectively powered by the highly-anticipated GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970 Maxwell GPUs and combined with GIGABYTE technologies and innovations to outperform the reference.
Gigabyte has introduced the entry-level H97-DS3H motherboard. It based on the Intel H97 Express chipset and has an ATX form-factor (305 mm x 190 mm). One thing that many people will appreciate about this motherboard is that is has a mixture of legacy and modern connectivity options.
When you first look at this motherboard you think to yourself is this really a Gigabyte Gaming Motherboard? Yes, Gigabyte has ditched the neon green and black design and has opted to change their gaming line to a red and black design, which is common for gaming motherboards these days. Don’t let the color change fool you this motherboard is packed with features. First and foremost for gamers this motherboard is capable of 4-way multiple graphics card configuration thanks to the PLX PEX8747 chip, it has Killer E2200 networking platform for no-lag gaming, and AMP-UP audio technology for the best game sound. If that is not enough you also have SATA Express, gold-plated display and audio ports, and Gigabyte’s Ultra Durable design so you know this board is built with quality components. Let’s jump in!
Gigabyte has just unveiled their X99 SOC Force Motherboard, which is actually the second X99 motherboard that they have previewed this month. The X99 Gaming WiFi board was previewed last week! What that board was focused more towards gamers the X99 SOC Force is aimed at high-end overclockers and features a variety of features.
It seems like this week has been the week for companies to reveal their X99 motherboard as we have seen the X99S SLI Plus and X99S Gaming 9 AC from MSI. Well Gigabyte is showing off their next generation X99 Gaming G1 WiFi motherboard that features the G1 gaming design and Gigabyte’s Ultra Durable PCB components.
It looks like the NVIDIA-styled Gigabyte BRIX that was spotted at Computex actually is coming out. Gigabyte is calling it the BRIX Gaming and the DIY PC kit will feature professional CPU performance of the Intel Core i5 4200H processor matched with the visually stunning graphics of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760.
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