EVGA want to help you overclock your graphics card into oblivion
You'll need the GPU power of Nvidia's Volta to natively run Pimax's 8K VR headset
Intel's new 18-core chip is 37% faster than AMD's Threadripper... for twice the price
I do agree that Ryzen would make for the more future-proof option in the long run with AMD's plans for AM4 support.
However, for just gaming, the four-core/eight-thread 7700 should be plenty for quite a few years, really the graphics card will be a worse bottleneck long before the CPU.
Since the option for a GPU upgrade is there with the Trident, I think this makes it more future-proof compared to other pre-builts with more proprietary parts.
AMD's Threadripper might be great, but it's not EPYC. Conspiracy nuts need to look elsewhere
MSI's Trident 3 is a future-proof, upgradeable console-killer
Kailh's new Mini Chocolate mech-switches will spawn a new generation of gaming laptops
Performance benchmarks show AMD's Raven Ridge steamrolling 7th Gen APUs
Gigabyte's sales slump is bad news for PC gamers everywhere
Raptr is dead. No more Gaming Evolved a year after AMD ditch the app
Colorful launch a massive eight PCIe slot motherboard for cryptocurrency miners
HBM2 just seems far too expensive for the midrange market without huge losses on every card so I'm not sure if there are many other options available to AMD except hunker down and wait for Navi. GDDR5 may help keep prices down and AMD should still be competitive at their price points.
Whatever the outcome within reason, bandwidth is not going to be such a dealbreaker for cards aimed at lower resolutions than 4K.
AMD’s Vega isn't finished yet, Vega 11 goes into production to replace Polaris
Coffee Lake's leaked pricing proves Intel are serious about toppling AMD's Ryzen
Intel's Coffee Lake will launch without its top-end motherboard chipset
New quantum breakthrough is ushering in the death of binary computing
The mugs at Intel leaked Coffee Lake's October release date
New 8K monitors will need more grunt than Nvidia and AMD's next-gen GPUs for gaming
HTC Vive loses out to Oculus as summer sale price cut drastically increases market share
AMD Vega is now so good for crypto-mining it'll probably be sold out forever