The ASUS GTX 1060 STRIX features a solid backplate and comes with all the usual NVIDIA Pascal features such as Gameworks, VRWorks, G-Sync, and Ansel. Is it the best GTX 1060 on the market? Find out with our Play3r review!
The MSI GTX 1080 Armor 8GB graphics card costs around £630-650 and is widely available. Without paying the extra £40 premium for other "models", does it still impress? Watch the review now and find out!
The MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X comes with a fantastic 8GB of GDDR5 memory and has enough style to make you a pimp...but what's the story overall and do the figures match the classy looks? Read the review to find out now!
We take a look at the R9 Fury X from XFX, which comes with 4GB of high-bandwidth memory and features a crazily large memory bus! Can it topple NVIDIA? Read the review and find out...
Not all graphics cards are designed for playing AAA titles and dominating frame rates, usually those options cost big bucks. Enter the MSI R7 360 OC 2GB which offers more in terms of value for money than it does for performance.
Is the XFX R9 380x Double Dissipation 4GB graphics card from AMD the perfect 1080p solution? Read the review now...
Say hello to the ASUS R9 390 STRIX OC graphics card with a meaty 8GB of GDDR5 memory over a 512 bit bus and a lovely overclock applied out of the box. Is it a true powerhouse though from AMD? Read the review to find out
Looking for the fastest GTX 980 Ti out of the box? Well check out our latest review of the ASUS STRIX GTX 980 Ti DirectCU 3 Gaming OC 6GB graphics card!
Welcome to the 8GB zone with the new MSI R9 390X Gaming 8G graphics card featuring MSI's latest Twin Frozr V cooler and a nice overclock out of the box
Introducing the latest bang for buck assassin from XFX, the XFX R9 380 Double Dissipation graphics card featuring 4GB of VRAM over a 256bit memory bus.