However, if it’s frames frames frames you’re after (and you’ve got a PC big enough and powerful enough to use it properly), the MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming X Trio will definitely let you go the distance. Naturally, most of its specs are pretty much identical to every other RTX 3080 card you’ll find out there. It has the same 8704 CUDA cores and 10GB of GDDR6X memory clocked at 19Gbps, and it also has the same base clock speed of 1400MHz. However, the main difference is in its boost clock speed. MSI have cranked this up to 1815MHz on the Gaming X Trio, which is up from the 1785MHz you’ll find on the Asus TUF OC. The latter can still hit 1815MHz if you tinker about with its OC mode, but the MSI can do it out of the box. … [Read more...] about MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming X Trio review
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Because the 3070 is the cheapest entry point into the new series at the price mark of $499 in the US and £469 in the UK, there was a real danger of history repeating itself. So, while it might be frustrating in the first instance and you'll have to wait just a little longer, this is a good thing in the long run as more folk should actually be able to get one. … [Read more...] about RTX 3070 graphics card launch delayed by Nvidia to ensure “more cards available”
MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Ventus GP – £360 from Ebuyer Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 – $340 from Newegg (Refurbished) The RTX 2070 is another Nvidia card that’s becoming increasingly scarce now the RTX 3070 is on the way, but with prices still £100 / $100 less than what the RTX 3070 is going to cost, you might think it’s a decent buy, especially compared to other RTX 20-series prices right now. Alas, the only good US price I could find is on a refurbished card this week, as low stock levels have driven the prices of new cards through the roof. UK prices are also down £10 this week (for a new card, to boot). However, given that the RTX 3070 is meant to offer RTX 2080 Ti levels of performance for just a bit more at £469 / $499, you’re probably better off spending the extra and getting this instead of the RTX 2070 – or waiting for that inevitable RTX 3060. The RTX 2070 is a great 1440p graphics card and can pretty much hit 60fps on max … [Read more...] about Graphics card deals of the week – 7th October 2020
Remember, though, just because a certain type of graphics card has a deal sticker next to it, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the cheapest version of that particular card. Indeed, there are a couple of so-called ‘early Black Friday deals’ on at the moment for eager graphics card buyers, but they’re far from the cheapest versions of those cards that are available. As a result, I haven’t listed them below yet, as I don’t consider them worthwhile deals. When the proper graphics card deals start showing up, you can be sure I’ll highlight the best ones below. … [Read more...] about Black Friday 2020 graphics card deals: all the best early GPU deals
iPhone 8+ iPhone X iPhone XS iPhone XS Max iPhone XR iPhone 11 iPhone 11 Pro iPhone 11 Pro Max iPhone SE (2nd Generation) iPad Air (3rd Generation) iPad mini (5th Generation) iPad Pro (2nd Generation) 12.9 inches iPad Pro (2nd Generation) 10.5 inches iPad Pro (3rd Generation) 11 inches iPad Pro (3rd Generation) 12.9 inches iPad Pro (4th Generation) 11 inches iPad Pro (4th Generation) 12.9 inches Some less powerful iPhones will still be able to run Genshin Impact, but they won’t be as reliable as these. You’ll also need iOS 9.0 and above, as well as 8GB of storage space. … [Read more...] about Genshin Impact specs – can my PC, PS4, or mobile run Genshin Impact?