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Whether you're interested in games, CGI movies, or the latest hardware to push your pixels, Tom's Hardware provides you with the latest news in graphics.

news - APRIL 29 54

Some of HP's entertainment notebooks are still experiencing video problems stemming from faulty Nvidia video chipsets.

reviews - APRIL 28 103

Mainstream graphics cards are usually one degree more exciting than integrated graphics. But ATI's Radeon HD 4770 serves up RV770-class performance for $109 (and employs an energy-saving 40nm process, to boot)....

news - APRIL 28 59

New Windows 7 WDDM 1.1 drivers save you RAM

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In what many consider a move to bolster itself in the graphics sector, Apple has hired former ATI CTO Bob Drebin for an yet to be named project.

news - APRIL 27 30

Nvidia Tesla product manager Sumit Gupta said their GPUs speed up Windows 7 and Apple's "Snow Leopard" because they're cool like that.

news - APRIL 27 37

Graphics performance is one of the most scrutinized part of modern computer systems. The Windows 7 team is working on boosting the upcoming operating system’s graphics performance.

news - APRIL 26 8

The competition is kicking along now, and we have a preliminary winner for Super PI: Jeremiah L. Allen or Miahallen. Congratulations for taking the Super PI numbers.

news - APRIL 25 105

Nvidia would prefer that you spend your money on GPUs rather than CPUs

news - APRIL 23 7

VIA shares are up for sale, but Nvidia says it's not buying

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Nvidia released its OpenCL driver and SDK to developers, the company's new "heterogeneous" computing environment that runs on the CUDA architecture.

news - APRIL 20 42

Move over GPU... literally, move over, as the RTPU is the next step up on the technology ladder, bringing added photo-realism to gaming and other graphics-intensive applications without the huge processing...

news - APRIL 20 8

New Toshiba notebooks use special hardware to make YouTube less ugly

reviews - APRIL 20 58

Tired of bog-standard reference graphics cards differentiated by nothing but a box? We pit Gigabyte's GV-N250ZL-1GI with Zalman cooling and Asus' EAH4850 MT with adjustable voltages against each other to see if...

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In a recent interview, Globalfoundries vice president of manufacturing systems and technology Tom Sonderman said that the company plans to make GPUs using 28nm processes in the near future.

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Japanese website PC Pop managed to acquire a batch of slides pertaining to the upcoming ATI Radeon HD 4770, complete with the first 40nm desktop chip.

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Not only did we get our hands on Nvidia's Quadro FX 4800 to test against a host of other workstation cards, but we also compare this high-end board against a GeForce GTX 280 to gauge whether or not a gaming...

reviews - APRIL 14 90

It's April, and we're once again sorting through the prices and performance to help you find the best graphics card for your money. This month, we'll consider if the new GeForce GTX 275 and Radeon HD 4890 will...

news - APRIL 10 16

Both Nvidia and ATI released new drivers over the past few days: Nvidia's GeForce 185.68 beta driver and ATI's Catalyst 9.4

news - APRIL 9 27

Apparently, AMD's Sabine platform will support DirectX 11 and UVD Technology when released in 2011.

news - APRIL 6 87

Intel is telling developers to consider integrated graphics solutions. Yes, really.

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AMD’s cost cutting measures for this year have been brought to light in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

news - APRIL 2 114

Everyone wants to get the most for their money. This is no exception to Tom's Hardware readers.

news - APRIL 2 19

A new software suite from ArcSoft promises to turn standard definition into high definition.

news - APRIL 2 15

It's April 2nd, and that means both ATI and Nvidia have released their highly-anticipated GPUs: the GeForce GTX 275 and Radeon HD 4890!

news - APRIL 2 6

Nvidia reassured all today, including itself, that the Ion platform is still on its way.

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ATI's "sweet spot strategy" served it well throughout 2008, allowing it to re-purpose the RV770 architecture from the mainstream to high-end markets. Now ATI is looking to refresh that game plan with RV790, a...