Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3090 is a titan of a graphics card that teases 8K—yes, 8K—gaming, but it also rocks a 3440x1440 ultrawide monitor.
The MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio puts its own touches and a mild overclock on Nvidia's fearsome "BFGPU," with mixed results.
Our GeForce RTX 3090 overview distills dozens of hours of hands-on testing to identify the five key takeaways about Nvidia's work-and-play titan of a graphics card.
Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3090 Founders Edition is the fastest graphics card in the world at gaming, but just barely. The real draw for this card is its 24GB of memory, and what that unlocks for prosumers.
Rocket League's one of the funnest esports around, and now it's free to play, with full cross-play support across platforms—but it's leaving Steam in the process. Well, kind of.
If you're hoping to pick up Nvidia's $1,500 GeForce RTX 3090 on its launch day, prepare to act quickly.
After Microsoft's Bethesda acquisition, you won't be able to say the Xbox Series X doesn't have any blockbuster games.
Cyberpunk 2077's system requirements are surprisingly modest, but you'll want to upgrade your graphics card to take advantage of real-time ray tracing.
The multi-GPU dream is effectively dead. Only the $1,500 GeForce RTX 3090 will support it in Nvidia's new GeForce RTX 30-series lineup, but won't receive SLI game drivers after 2020.
Should you upgrade your power supply for Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3080? It depends on what you're concerned about: the 12-pin power connector or the increased 750W requirement.
Nvidia's GeForce RTX 30-series graphics cards are here, but retailers are still asking full price for older, slower cards. Don't buy these cards unless deeply discounted.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, Nvidia's hotly anticipated GeForce RTX 3080 is here.
The MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming X Trio 10G slaps a monstrous cooler on Nvidia's monstrous new enthusiast-class GPU, with spectacular results.
Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3080 may be built for 4K, but our benchmarks show it's (almost) just as ferocious on a 3440x1440 ultrawide monitor.
Sony's PlayStation 5 and Microsoft's Xbox Series X cost the same and launch within mere days of each other, but both have very different philosophies toward games.