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ASUS unveils TUF Gaming and Phoenix GeForce GTX 1660 graphics cards

ASUS has announced its new GeForce GTX 1660 graphics cards. These new graphics cards follow on the heels of the recently announced GTX 1660 Ti, bringing even more competitive graphics card options for gamers. The GeForce GTX 1660 GPU leverages the raster performance of the Turing architecture to provide an …

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ASUS Republic of Gamers unveils ROG Strix Radeon RX 590 graphics card

ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has unveiled the ROG Strix RadeonTM RX 590, an all-new gaming graphics card powered by the latest AMD Radeon RX 590 GPU. ROG Strix cards keep temperatures low and decibel levels quiet. MaxContact technology uses precision machining to create a heat-spreader surface that makes up …

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Target named as UK distributor for AFox graphics cards

Target Components has been appointed as the UK distributor for AFox. The new deal will see Target stock AFox’s entire portfolio of retail boxed Nvidia graphics cards. Originally Foxconn’s branded graphics division, AFox became independent of the company in 2008. Its reputation has since been built on producing state-of-the-art graphics …

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Digging for Gold – the great graphics card shortage

With cryptocurrency mining on the rise, graphic card supply is being drained out of the Channel. Jonathan Easton takes a look at just what’s going on and discovers that this might be the new state of affairs We’re very used to seeing stock shortages in the Channel. Whether it’s due …

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Imagination Technologies posts annual profit despite being dumped by Apple

British chipmaker Imagination Technologies has posted an annual profit despite its ongoing fallout with Apple. The firm recorded a £2.4 million pre-tax profit with group revenue up 19 per cent to £145.2 million, overhauling a £29.4 million loss from the previous year. Shares in the company plummeted by more than …

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ASUS goes after mining market with new graphics cards

If you ask anyone in the Channel about graphics cards right now they will tell you that they are in short supply. It would seem that any available stock is being eaten up by cryptocurrency miners who are looking to get in on ever-growing currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. Now ASUS …

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Nvidia caps off GTX 10 series with “world’s fastest gaming GPU”

After a whole lot of teasing, Nvidia has introduced the latest and last entry to its current crop of gaming graphics cards with what it calls the “world’s fastest gaming GPU” – the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. The new card that was at the centre of Nvidia’s GeForce GTX Gaming …

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Nvidia inadvertently confirms GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

Its specs might have been leaked a few months ago, but we’ve been given the latest Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti news thanks to – of all places – a LinkedIn job advert. The role of senior marketing manager – GeForce, Gamer Loyalty and Advocacy (that’s a beefy title to have on …

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AMD announces first VEGA accelerator

AMD has launched its first VEGA-based device, the Radeon Instinct MI25. In addition, the company has also launched the MI6 and MI8 as a part of the Instinct range. With those two cards the MI numbers are roughly equal to computing power. The MI6 has 5.7 TFLOPS, while the MI8 …

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AMD has 29 per cent GPU market share

Jon Peddie Research (JPR) last week published its quarterly market watch report on GPUs that showed that the CPU market was up 20 per cent from the previous quarter, but relatively flat year-on-year.  Now the firm has followed that up with a report focussing on the discrete GPU add-in board (AiB) …

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