Recent news and updates regarding the NVIDIA Geforce GTX showcased the device priced at $599 in the United States. However, despite the aims of the developers to make the product more appealing, there are insinuations that the device failed to be the breakout segment of this era.
According to Engadget, As far as video card upgrades go, there's a lot to love with NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1080 and it is considered as the GPU king of all. Owing to the tremendous features being modified, even the developers are expecting positive feedbacks for the noted tech gear.
Last May 6, 2016, Nvidia revealed its most up-to-date graphics cards (GPU) to the world, which are the GTX 1080 and GTX 1070. These are the two cards which have been showcased and they both bring exciting specifications to the market, putting pressure on AMD to announce a graphics card to truly challenge it, as conveyed by PC Advisor.
The GTX 1080 is set for release on 27 May 2016, and the GTX 1070 will follow suit with a release date of 10 June 2016, and it remains uncertain as to why there is a release gap for the devices. Nvidia will be selling its 'Founders Edition' cards, previously known as reference cards, directly through their website, while third-party manufacturers, such as MSI, EVGA, Gigabyte, ASUS among others, will most likely use a different dual-fan design, as conveyed by the same post.
Despite the astonishing features of the NVIDIA Geforce GTX as well as being branded the king of the GPU and priced at $599, there are still notions that the device failed to be the breaking point that outmaneuvered other segments.