Fallout 4. Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate. Star Wars Battlefront. Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.
Well, this is a certainly a short article, as the five reasons for performing the upgrade are already listed above.
Oh, were you expecting something more substantial?
However way you look at it, this is the time of the year when the best games are being released, and it’s not just about finding time to play the games, but also making sure that your rig is well equipped to handle all that resource intensive graphics and pump out smooth frame rates.
At the very least, you’re looking at running a game at 60 frames per second, at 1080p resolution, and for that, it can only mean the GTX 970 or 980 graphics cards.
Bear in mind that you would probably need to upgrade several things before you run into a performance bottleneck, as a dependable graphics card is just one of several factors that can help gamers achieve peak performance. But before you start doing everything short of buying a new machine, here are some reasons to look at a GPU upgrade.
#1. The Most Efficient Card Money Can Buy
It’s undeniable that at present, the GTX 970 and 980 cards are by far the most cost efficient cards when it comes to performance per dollar. And NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 970 comes up top in that regard, with recognition that it offers the most bang for buck ratio when hitting that money spent versus performance chart.
Consistently out performing all other rivals at a sweet spot price point, there has never been a better occasion to be a PC gamer. The greatest aspect of these cards is that there is even room for overclocking to take place, with no drawbacks. The GTX 970 and 980 runs cool and are extremely power efficient, which make marathon gaming sessions a breeze.
#2. Time to Level Up Your Game
Fallout 4 is here, and if your current rig was built for optimal performance for Fallout: New Vegas, don’t worry as there is still time to make the necessary upgrades.
And here’s the sweetener. Grab the current release of the GeForce GTX 970 or 980 and NVIDIA will throw in a free copy of either Assassin’s Creed Syndicate or Rainbow Six Siege, absolutely FREE. These are two top-tier game titles for this season that will show off the prowess of your brand new GPU.
#3. Made for MOBAs
Despite the collective rise in development of the many shooting games out in the market, there is no denying that MOBAs are still a popular genre within the gaming industry and when it comes to pinpoint accuracy and peak performance, both the GeForce GTX 950 and 960 will offer the perfect supplement to high definition 1080p gaming.
Unlike shooting games, MOBAs have their own performance demands, and the GTX 950 and 960 cards are well suited and optimized to handle the most frantic of team clashes.
If you have dreams to push your skills out in live streams, and want to make it big in e-sports, these cards will get you there, as long as you have the unparalleled skills to prove your mettle.
#4. Future Proofing
When 2016 rolls in, many gamers will be focused on something incredible and unreal at the same time, and that is virtual reality, which come in the form of VR headgear that whisk you from reality into a simulated environment.
And the biggest name on that list is the Oculus Rift, the messiah of VR gaming. And for the upcoming consumer model of that device, the GeForce GTX 970 is the recommended model to power the next level of video games.
In other words, there’s no need to fear that you will need to make another GPU upgrade, if you make the right one now.
#5. GeForce Experience
The very act of maintaining the latest drivers and managing a computer’s performance should not be a complex one, and the NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience software is here to handle all the background, behind the scenes tweaks to ensure that peak performance is flowing out of the system.
And even though the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops III is a few days away, NVIDIA has already released the latest game-ready drivers for the game, This ensure that the game performs using the latest hardware and software combination
In fact, NVIDIA is delivering its Game Ready driver support for a selection of games for this blockbuster gaming season, and it is not just limited to these titles for now.
- Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
- Civilization Online
- Fallout 4
- Just Cause 3
- Monster Hunter Online
- RollerCoaster Tycoon World
- StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void
- Star Wars Battlefront
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
- War Thunder
Have fun making the upgrade, and playing the game(s).