Our GPU hierarchy uses performance testing to rank all the current and previous generation graphics cards. Find out how the latest GPUs stack up.
The GeForce RTX 3090 is a Titan-class card, with a bigger performance benefit than older GPUs, but minus a few professional features.
We're confident the official Cyberpunk 2077 system requirements are far lower than what you'll actually want for the proper experience.
Our first RTX 3080 AIB card comes from Asus, with a large 2.7-slot cooler and performance that inches past the 3080 Founders Edition, with lower temperatures and noise.
We've benchmarked all the latest GPUs to select the best graphics cards for gaming. These graphics cards offer the best performance at their price and resolution, from 1080p to 4K.
We tested the GeForce RTX 3080 with six different CPUs, including a seven-year-old i7-4770K, to see how much your choice of CPU matters with Nvidia's latest enthusiast GPU.
The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 will be the high-end Ampere card to please the masses. Here's everything we know, including specs, performance, price, and release date.
Nvidia's Ampere architecture powers the RTX 30-series graphics cards, bringing a massive boost in performance and capabilities. Here's everything we know about the fundamental changes.
The AMD Big Navi / RDNA 2 architecture will power the next generation consoles and high-end graphics cards. Here's what we know and what we expect from the upcoming GPUs.
We look at bandwidth, resolution, refresh rate and more to see the differences between DisplayPort and HDMI connections.
We tested Microsoft Flight Simulator on a collection of graphics cards, CPUs, and memory configurations to show how it runs, and found it to be one of the most demanding games currently available.
Dedicated Intel Xe HPG graphics cards will launch in 2021, with hardware ray tracing support, and they won't be fabricated at Intel.
Intel shared a ton of details about its low-power Xe LP Graphics platform, which potentially doubles the speeds of its current Ice Lake Gen11 integrated GPUs.
Intel is going after big data with its Xe HP and Xe HPC GPUs. Die stacking and EMIB allow the current design to scale to a 4-tile solution that delivers over 40 TFLOPS of single precision compute.