- Category: Tech
- Written by Nick McCandless
Before NVIDIA’s Titan X made an abrupt unveiling during GDC 2015, NVIDIA’s GTX 980 was the most powerful graphics card using NVIDIA’s latest architecture, Maxwell. Encompassing 2048 CUDA cores with a base clock speed of 1126MHz and 4 GB of GDDR5 memory, the GTX 980 has been a popular graphics card for the many hardcore PC gamers out there. Being one of the very few cards available currently on the market that will fully support Microsoft’s upcoming collection of APIs known as DirectX 12, NVIDIA’s GTX 980 is sure to provide enough power to last most PC gamers a healthy amount of time.