Nvidia hasn’t so much shaken up mobile gaming with its desktop-grade Pascal notebook GPUs as turned it completely on its head. The company’s GTX 10-series graphics card have also made a mark in the desktop space, providing an opportunity for system builders to come up with powerful, single-GPU configurations capable of running the best VR games and demanding 4K setups.
Called the Titan Hadron, the latest machine from Stoke, UK-based system builders Overclockers UK promises oodles of gaming grunt, courtesy of Nvidia’sGTX 1060 GPU. But, as we now know, there’s no such thing as a cheap Pascal card.
Even at the mid-range, Nvidia’s card pushes up the Hadron’s price to £1,091/US$1,4453/AUS$1,894, with an offer currently shaving £30/$US40/AUS$52 from the price.
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