Today we're taking a look back at the mighty GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, the previous-gen Nvidia flagship that has become somewhat of an iconic GPU, and for good reason. We were impressed with what Nvidia managed to achieve at the time. The 1080 Ti was designed to enable a level of performance never seen before and it accomplished just that.
Today we're revisiting an old friend, the GeForce GTX 980 Ti and we're doing so with a 36 game benchmark covering the 1080p and 1440p resolutions. We're particularly interested to see how it performs against more modern GPUs like the GTX 1070 and the GeForce RTX 2060.
A long time ago, desktop PCs used to have a Turbo button alongside Power and Reset.
#ThrowBackThursday ICQ, short for the phrase "I Seek You," laid the groundwork for standalone instant messaging clients when it arrived in November 1996. Think about how long ago that was... Windows 95 was barely a year old, Nintendo had just introduced the N64, and those with a reason to have a cell phone actually used it to talk on.
#ThrowBackThursday We've compiled a list of things that you can do in the Windows Command Prompt, including some commands everyone should know for general usage, more advanced ones for tweaking or troubleshooting your PC, as well as lesser known Command Prompt features.
Compaq Portable, Epson, Gavilan, Osborne... what?
The graphical user interface for the MS-DOS operating system
When we recently tested the new GeForce GTX 1660 we noted that Nvidia was making a bold claim in the review guide saying that the 1660 was a whopping 113% faster than the GTX 960, making it a perfect upgrade option for owners of the old mid-range Maxwell GPU.
Was it Texas Instruments, Panasonic, Ricoh or Xerox?
120 feet, 240 feet, 512 or 812 feet (248 meters)?
Motorola's DynaTAC weighed nearly two pounds and provided a talk time of only 30-60 minutes
A bad hint: It wasn't IBM's
Released in 1989, the Psion MC-400 laptop was way ahead of its time, it included all of these features except one...
This old school laptop had all but one of these features: SSD storage, 60-hour battery life, a touchpad and Wi-Fi.
The "1977 Trinity" phrase was coined by "Byte" magazine to refer about the revolution of desktop PCs that came pre-assembled with a monitor and keyboard
Recognized as the father of the video rental store, the first VHS rental store called "Video Station" opened in Los Angeles in 1977