Graphics Cards
    ROG-STRIX-RTX2080-8G-GAMING

    EXTREME

    “Nevertheless, this is a beast of a card and exactly the sort of product our Extreme award was made for. It's not a sensible purchase, and we're not recommending you actually buy it, but if you did you'd hardly be disappointed by the quality.” more
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    UNITED KINGDOM
    Bit-Tech
    03/20/2019

    Graphics Cards
    ROG-STRIX-GTX1660TI-6G-GAMING

    Editor's Choice

    “If you're after a card for around £300, the GTX 1660 Ti is a solid choice right now. Short of going second hand, it's going to be hard to beat. The STRIX model is a little more expensive, but if you can stretch the budget, it's a worthy investment to get the absolute best out of the new chipset, and a great looking addition to your system build too.” more
    https://www.asus.com/media/images/award_logo/1339/15567/A_setting_FFF_1_90_end_80.png Eteknix
    UNITED KINGDOM
    Eteknix
    03/18/2019

    Graphics Cards
    PH-GTX1660-6G

    Bang for Buck

    “It's a bit of a no brainier to me that this is one of the best all-round GPU series we've had in a while. Perhaps my favourite since the GTX 660 Ti and the GTX 1070 Ti. They offer a healthy performance boost over the last gen. Of course, these are built to appeal to those who have more sense than money, and only upgrade every other gen, at a minimum. If you're coming from a GTX 960 or older, or a Radeon R9-series card, it's night and day. About half the power usage and about double the performance in just a couple of years is a big shift. You don't need an RTX 2080 Ti to play CS:GO, or even Metro Exodus, £200 will get the job done pretty damn well these days..” more
    https://www.asus.com/media/images/award_logo/1339/15568/A_setting_FFF_1_90_end_80.png Eteknix
    UNITED KINGDOM
    Eteknix
    03/18/2019

    Graphics Cards
    ROG-STRIX-RTX2060-6G-GAMING

    GAMERS CHOICE

    “I do like the RTX 2060 cards, they're pretty powerful for non-4K gamers. Plus, with RTX you get DLSS and Ray Tracing that works well enough for now. However, both certainly have room for improvements and we are seeing performance improving drivers roll out regularly right now. It's a bit of a premium over other RTX 2060s, but for build quality, style, and performance, it has a lot to love.” more
    https://www.asus.com/media/images/award_logo/1339/15566/A_setting_FFF_1_90_end_80.png Eteknix
    UNITED KINGDOM
    Eteknix
    03/04/2019