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Date Issued: 08/12/2020
It has been an epic end to the year as far as PC gaming is concerned. New graphics hardware has been unleashed en masse, giving enthusiasts plenty to get excited about. GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 got the party started in September, RTX 3070 arrived in October, Radeon RX 6800 and RX 6800 XT followed in November, and RTX 3060 Ti looked to have completed the circle in December.
Date Issued: 03/12/2020
The deluge of cutting-edge hardware continues. Nvidia, who kicked off proceedings with the hugely impressive GeForce RTX 3080, has slowly but surely massaged the underlying Ampere architecture to suit other areas of the market. RTX 3090 blows your socks off at $1,499, RTX 3070 entices more users at $499, and the latest addition, RTX 3060 Ti, brings the goodness of Ampere to a wider audience starting at just $399.
Date Issued: 18/11/2020
2020 has been a trying year in more ways than one, yet gaming enthusiasts can take solace in the relentless release schedule of cutting-edge hardware in recent months. It all started with Nvidia setting lofty new standards with hard-hitting Ampere GPUs, Microsoft and Sony have since introduced a wave of eagerly anticipated next-generation games consoles, and if all that wasn't enough, AMD is today chiming in with the Radeon RX 6000 Series.
Date Issued: 05/11/2020
It's that third definition that tech enthusiasts will remember, and make no mistake, since the arrival of the first AMD Ryzen processors a little over three years ago, the Zen architecture has made rapid progress with subsequent releases, culminating in today's arrival of the all-singing, all-dancing Ryzen 5000 Series.
Date Issued: 28/10/2020
NVIDIA is keeping the pedal firmly to the enthusiast PC graphics metal by releasing the GeForce RTX 30-series GPUs to general acclaim. Powered by the all-new Ampere architecture, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 landed a few weeks back and set the benchmarks alight with never-before-seen performance.