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  • 10 Modern, Mainstream GPUs And Ryzen: Can They Play Crysis?
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    10 Modern, Mainstream GPUs And Ryzen: Can They Play Cry...

    Crysis was magnificent in its day, offering irreproachable gameplay to hardcore enthusiasts. And of course, it challenged the most powerful hardware a...

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  • But Can It Run Crysis? 10 Years Later
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    But Can It Run Crysis? 10 Years Later

    For Crysis' 10th anniversary, we tested all of the flagship AMD and Nvidia GPUs released over the last decade at 1080p, 1440p, and 4K.

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  • Battlefield 1 Performance In DirectX 12: 29 Cards Tested

    Battlefield 1 Performance In DirectX 12: 29 Cards Teste...

    Tom's Hardware tests Battlefield 1 on 29 different graphics cards across three resolutions, four detail presets, and two gaming PC platforms. Get read...

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  • Overclocking GeForce GTX 1080 Ti To 2.1 GHz Using Water

    Overclocking GeForce GTX 1080 Ti To 2.1 GHz Using Water

    Our launch coverage showed that Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition is held back by its stock cooler. So, we replaced the vapor chamber and...

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  • Benchmarking AMD Radeon Chill: Pumping The Brakes On Wasted Power
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    Benchmarking AMD Radeon Chill: Pumping The Brakes On Wa...

    AMD's new drivers introduce a feature called Radeon Chill, which promises to reduce power consumption situationally. We test its impact.

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  • Ashes Of The Singularity Beta: Async Compute, Multi-Adapter & Power

    Ashes Of The Singularity Beta: Async Compute, Multi-Ada...

    DirectX 12 has been available since Windows 10, but there aren't any games for it yet, so we're using the Ashes of the Singularity beta to examine DX1...

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