When NVIDIA first announced their Turing based GeForce RTX 20 series, they unveiled three GeForce RTX models: the 2080 Ti, 2080, and 2070. As we’ve seen earlier, Turing and the GeForce RTX 20 series as a whole are designed on a hardware and software level to enable realtime raytracing for games, as well as other new specialized features, though all of these are yet to launch in games. Nevertheless, last month’s release of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and 2080 finally revealed their places on the traditional performance spectrum. As the ‘value’ oriented enthusiast offering, the RTX 2070 is arguably the more important card for most prospective buyers. And so, ahead of tomorrow’s launch, today we take a look at the GeForce RTX 2070...
A new contender is out on the video card market. Attempting to take some glory away from the aged immediate mode rendering platforms that prevail today, STMicroelectronics has paired...
Matthew Witheiler on 3/13/2001
The wait is over. If you thought things were getting a bit stale in the high end video card market, NVIDIA is here to add a bit of fresh...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 2/27/2001
The recent release of the Radeon VE from ATI proves that more and more manufacturers are taking dual display solutions seriously. With three consumer level solutions out there now...
Matthew Witheiler on 2/21/2001
Are you concerned about 3D performance under Windows 2000? Interestingly enough, the drivers that you may be using aren't as perfect as was once thought. Find out...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 2/20/2001
ATI is at it again, livening things up in the recently quiet video card market. Today we take a look at ATI's latest offering, the Radeon VE. The first...
Matthew Witheiler on 2/19/2001
After NVIDIA's GeForce2 Go product announcement 2 months ago, ATI could not leave the attack on their market share unanswered. Instead, they regrouped and today are presenting us with...
Matthew Witheiler on 2/5/2001
Buckle up as AnandTech takes you through the roller coaster ride that was Y2K.
Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/4/2001
Rising a full 3 driver builds since the Voodoo5 5500's initial release and 1 driver build since the release of the Voodoo4 4500, 3dfx set out to make driver...
Matthew Witheiler on 12/14/2000
It's faster than a GTS, but cheaper than an Ultra. What is NVIDIA's best kept secret? Read on to find out about the GeForce2 Pro.
Matthew Witheiler on 12/5/2000
With some video card prices
going through the roof, it is good that manufacturers finally realized that there
are some of us out there on a limited budget. 3dfx...
Matthew Witheiler on 11/27/2000
Chaintech is best known for their motherboards, but their video cards are just as good and priced equally low. With the Desperado RI-91, we find out what happens...
Vlad Trishkin on 11/25/2000
The graphics chipset industry is about to journey into a period of intense competition. Find out what 3dfx, ATI, Matrox and NVIDIA all have planned for 2001. ...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 11/22/2000
The GeForce2 GTS based successor to the V6800 Deluxe is here. Did ASUS' feature filled design receive any upgrades outside of the new GTS core?
Vlad Trishkin on 11/3/2000
What happens when one of the largest video card manufacturers gets acquainted with the fastest video chipset on the market? The Creative Labs Annihilator2 Ultra is here, and...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 10/26/2000
3dfx's Voodoo4 is finally here, but is it too little too late from the former king of 3D? Let's find out as we pit it against a number...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 10/23/2000
ATI's answer to NVIDIA's GeForce2 MX is here. Can ATI's HyperZ technology save it from the same memory bandwidth limitations that have been holding back the GeForce2 MX?
Anand Lal Shimpi on 10/13/2000
ELSA was the first to bring a GeForce2 GTS card to market with their GLADIAC. Will they do the same now that they're armed with the GeForce2 Ultra...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 10/12/2000
A lot of attention is placed on frame rates when it comes to evaluating the latest graphics accelerators, but very rarely is any attention paid to the video playback...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 10/11/2000
We have seen the performance of the latest graphics accelerators under Windows 9x/2000, but what about under Linux? Read on to find out how the performance standings are...
Jeff Brubaker on 10/9/2000
With the release of the Millennium G450, will Matrox maintain its reputation as being the best supported card under Linux? We compare the G450 with the NVIDIA GeForce2...
Jeff Brubaker on 9/19/2000