Every AAA PC game enthusiast knows how important a graphics card is to the success of the entire system. If you don’t, the big names in the industry, Nvidia and AMD do – and they are more than willing to give you the very best graphics cards your wallet can comfortably accommodate.
Rumor has it that Nvidia is working extra hard to keep your desire for HD graphics sated with the release of a new GeForce GTX 900 series (there won’t be a GTX 800 series). Since nothing can actually stay hidden with the billions of nosy internet users always looking for something new to feast on, the web is now awash with benchmarks of the GTX 980, GTX 970, GTX 980 and GTX 970.
The benchmark images first appeared on VideoCardz.com, an authority website with in-depth reviews and opinions on anything that is graphics oriented. The benchmark results reflect the performance of the cards in the 3DMark’s Fire Strike test and gives elaborate comparisons to what the current GPU market has on offer.
What is your take on these amazing GPU performances? Are they what you expected or are they an additional nail to the Death of Console Gaming and a nitro boost to the era of PC Gaming? Leave a comment.