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The graphics card market has seen the release of five new products since our last monthly update: The Radeon R9 290, Radeon R7 270, Radeon R7 250, Radeon R7 240, and GeForce GTX 780 Ti. Read about these new...
AMD is introducing a handful of new model names today, based on existing GPUs. Do the company's price adjustments make this introduction newsworthy, or will the excitement need to wait for its upcoming Radeon...
Asus has finally confirmed it is developing a DirectCU II edition of the R9 290X with a trio of product photographs.
Too often people build a new PC because the believe the hype that if your system is not newer than 2 years...
AMD explains why DirectCompute is needed in PC gaming.
AMD had several sessions discussing Mantle.
Nvidia's GRID technology is enabling high-performance graphics in Amazon's cloud.
It's the world's first Battlefield 4 tournament.
Star Citizen will utilize AMD's Mantle API.
Mantle would be a good thing for AMD if all three platforms support the API.
Batman: Arkham Origins has arrived.
The flagship AMD Radeon GPU is here.
HIS' new R7-260X graphics card features reference clock speeds and the company's iPower Design and "state of the art" IceQ X2 cooling system.
It's that time, again!
AMD worked with Microsoft to get a performance boost on in Windows 8.1.
Nvidia is adding a video capture tool in GeForce Experience this Monday.
Nvidia's streaming technology comes out of beta this month.
Nvidia has introduced a Kepler-powered chip that fixes V-Sync problems in monitors and games.
At the Nvidia "The Way It's Meant To Be Played" press event in Montreal, Nvidia made a few surprising announcements including a new graphics card and an impressive video synchronization technology called...
Nvidia has presents for new GeForce GPU owners.
AMD clarifies that Mantle is not meant for hardware-level console development.
There are some advantages to new hardware that very closely resembles older hardware.
Steam Machines will include all three main GPU vendors: AMD, Nvidia and Intel.