What is the main difference between a guy getting a haircut, and a girl getting a haircut? Well, for one thing, whenever a guy gets a haircut, it costs $10, and the results are blatantly obvious. On the other hand, whenever a girl gets a haircut, it costs $300, and looks exactly the same as it was before. Naturally, you will probably agree with me if you are a guy, and if you are a girl, please feel free to send a complaint to us by clicking the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of this page (All emails will go to the Editor-in-Chief, who is... well, me). A couple of weeks ago, one of my female friends enthusiastically messaged me, saying she got a haircut, promising I could actually tell the difference this time. To prove her point, she also sent me a selfie, which turned out to look exactly the same as it was before. On a more serious note, I did look closely and noticed the volume of hair has been reduced, and some layering techniques were used, but it did take some effort to me to correctly identify these elements. When I posted the photos of Gigabyte's G1 Gaming GeForce GTX 960 4GB on the forums last month, some say it looked exactly the same as the G1 Gaming GeForce GTX 970 4GB I reviewed back in January. Of course, any enthusiast will know there is massive performance difference between an NVIDIA GTX 960 and GTX 970 based card. Furthermore, with texture demanding titles, there is even a considerable performance difference between a 2GB card and the 4GB variant we have on hand today. Exactly how much? Well, we took two cream-of-the-crop G1 Gaming samples, a duo of reference NVIDIA specification boards with the same GPU, along with the previous mainstream performance champion, the GTX 760, and benchmarked them all against each other to find out. Just like my friend's hair, looking very similar does not mean they are the same thing.