Radeon RX Vega 56 should be hitting store shelves with 3584 Stream processors and 8GB of HBM2. Should you scramble to snag yours or shop for something else?
Radeon RX Vega 64 is here, and we've been testing the card's performance, power, temperatures, and noise. Should it be your next high-end graphics upgrade?
AMD is announcing the availability of Radeon RX Vega starting August 14, along with a handful of bundles and some specifications you've never seen before.
Titan Xp boasts a complete GP102 GPU, with 3840 CUDA cores at similar GPU Boost frequencies as GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Does that warrant a $1200 price tag, though?
The Radeon RX 550 replaces AMD’s lowest-end add-in cards. It's about time, too, since the previous models were based on 2013-era GPUs.
With the Radeon RX 570 4GB, AMD introduces the successor to the the immensely popular Radeon RX 470 4GB, which defined its market segment last year.
Tom's Hardware tests Battlefield 1 on 29 different graphics cards across three resolutions, four detail presets, and two gaming PC platforms. Get ready for lots of data!
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is now the fastest graphics card available, and at $500 cheaper than the previous champ! Should you buy now, or wait for AMD's Vega?
Nvidia isn't waiting around to see what AMD's Vega can do. Instead, it's taking the wraps off of GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, based on the same GP102 processor as the $1,200 Titan X.
AMD is slowly teasing the Vega architecture's most interesting features. Although the company apparently made 200+ improvements, it's disclosing an abbreviated list of four today.
Nvidia's Pascal-based GPUs are finally colliding with AMD's Radeon RX portfolio. Do the GeForce GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti rival Polaris' value proposition?
We test five theoretical Intel CPUs in 10 different DirectX 11-based games to determine what impact core count has on performance.
AMD's second 14nm GPU, Polaris 11, is ready for prime time in the Radeon RX 460. Can you really expect playable 1080p performance from a $110 graphics card?
Nvidia drives unprecedented efficiency into the mainstream with its Pascal-based GeForce GTX 1060, but can it compete with AMD's $200 Radeon RX 480?
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 is the company's Pascal-based flagship, but its upcoming GTX 1070 is bound to turn more heads with a $449 price tag and GeForce GTX Titan X-like performance.
The long-awaited Polaris 10 GPU is ready for prime time on the Radeon RX 480 graphics card. How does AMD's first 14nm offering fare against previous-gen boards renowned for great performance?