It’s time to rise up and answer the Call of Duty, again. This time it’s going to bring you further and deeper, into the outer space and beyond! Yes, Infinite Warfare was heavily criticized for being too futuristic when its first trailer was revealed. It, as the first title by Infinity Ward since 2013’s Ghosts, did draw a lot of attention since released on November 4th. So let’s forget about the trailer, and follow AORUS into this thirteenth installment in the classic FPS warfare game series, to find the source of infinite graphics performance.
Look up! The titans are going to fall from the sky, again. Titanfall 2, the sequel to the well-acclaimed FPS hit in 2014, has been released in the end of October. Best known for its dynamic and fast-paced multiplayer gameplay, it now has added the single-player story campaign, featuring the plots developed between the protagonist and the Mech, and thusly delivering the whole new experience of the franchise. Just as a good pilot cannot fight without a Mech, an AORUS gamer must not play without a graphics card. Below we present you the latest performance analysis, to find out the best gear for you.
With the recent VRM cooling debacles, many of you who bought GIGABYTE GTX 10 series graphics cards are also curious about what exactly it is like below the heat sink of your cards and whether the internal components are properly cooled. To answer to your requests, we summoned all of our GTX 1080, GTX 1070, and GTX 1060 graphics cards and had the heat sinks removed for a full-scale showcase, providing a close look at the cards' internals to satisfy your curiosity at once.