Release date: June 3, 2021 (rumoured) GPU: Nvidia GA102-225 Core configuration: 10,240 CUDA cores (80 SMs) Memory: 12GB GDDR6 384-bit Performance: Faster than an RTX 3080, particularly at 4K, but only just Price: $999 most probably, although yet to be announced With a rumoured Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti release date of June 3, the one thing we're sure of is that it's definitely coming. When it comes to the rumoured RTX 3080 Ti release date of June 3, 2021, however, we can't be quite so definite. That's the latest rumour, with a potential announcement happening (presumably from Jen-Hsun's kitchen) on May 31 and reviews supposedly going live on June 2. There's still no official word about the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti release date from Nvidia though. The rumoured May launch was been pushed back, but the first as-yet-unreleased MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Ventus 3X OC models have begun hitting warehouses, so they do exist and that means it won't be long now. … [Read more...] about Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti: When is the release date, how much will it cost, and how will it perform?
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Getting a Razer laptop deal is a sweet, sweet gaming tech purchase. And even though we are into another generation of gaming machines given the new releases from both Team Green and Team Red, a deal on the most recent generation is still worthy of your attention. And that's exactly what's on offer now: you can save up to $500 on Razer's 20-series range of Razer laptops . But that's not all - you can also save up to $75 on orders at the Razer Store if you spend a certain sum - see more on that below. Save up to $500 with these Razer laptop deals In the UK? Save hundreds of pounds too Canadian folks can also save big on portable powerhouses You'll get what you pay for with a Razer portable gaming machine, and that's one of the very best gaming laptops money can buy. The top-end of the gaming spectrum will always demand a weighty price of admission, but such large discounts cannot be ignored and definitely offer value: you're getting a sleek, well-built, … [Read more...] about These RTX laptop deals from Razer are the real deal – save hundreds on the best in the game
Testing a new game's performance, in any meaningful way, is a challenge when it comes to PC gaming. With a platform as broad as ours, there are so many different permutations of parts and software that trying to give you an idea of how a new game might perform on your very personal computer is almost an impossible mission. The way we're planning on doing it this year is a little different from how we've approached it in previous years. We're never going to be able to hit your exact build, so we've created a set of representative rigs to illustrate how each new game release we test performs on a budget, mid-range, and high-end gaming PC. Which we know isn't easy in these silicon-starved times of ours; we've had to beg, charm, and borrow parts from all over to pull together these machines. MSI has shipped us the graphics cards and motherboards, AMD and Intel have provided the processors, we've plundered the PC Gamer kit cupboard for storage, and Corsair has provided the rest. … [Read more...] about Say hello to the new PC Gamer performance testing rigs
It's no secret that there's a component shortage ravaging the PC building market, with demand exceeding supply by a long shot due to a boatload of depressing factors I'm not going to get into here. Currently, thanks to this fact, there's a less-than-useful PC sitting in my cupboard, with a great big hole where the GPU used to be. My partner, the cheeky bastard, having sold his Nvidia GTX 980 Ti for some spare dollar, decided to 'borrow' my GTX 1080 Ti (for science). I'm now faced with the harsh reality that once my RTX 2070 Super test rig is ripped away from me and sent back into the office, I'll be left totally GPU-less. I'm sure many of you are in a similar position—trying to acquire a new graphics card at a time where that feels almost impossible. Seems like game streaming services could be the best way to get us through. So, can I replace my physical gaming rig with one in the cloud until I'm able to buy a new graphics card? Apparently, yes! Sure, I'd love to spend my … [Read more...] about How to get into PC gaming without actually having a PC
Whenever a new game comes out, obviously I want to play it at the best settings on my 4K monitor using the best hardware within reach. Soon after this need for excess is sated though, I'll consider the other end of the gaming spectrum—our $400 gaming PC that doesn't even have a discrete graphics card. A good PC game will look awesome on the most extreme of hardware, but a great game will be able to scale the settings back enough to run on far more affordable hardware, while still essentially offering up the same gaming experience. Resident Evil Village is a pretty great game in that respect. RE8 can look awesome with all the settings turned up and ray tracing turned on. There's plenty of settings to fiddle with, and the performance is healthy even on more moderate hardware, as Jacob found in our Resident Evil Village performance analysis . If you've got reasonably up to date hardware, then you're in for a pretty scary treat. What about on our $400 gaming PC? Well, the … [Read more...] about Good news, you don’t actually need a graphics card to run Resident Evil Village