We tested the God of War PC release on a collection of the latest graphics cards to see how it runs, as well as what settings you'll need for a smooth gaming experience.
Intel’s latest Arc Alchemist video encoding demo has us unimpressed, and a little worried. Where’s the gaming performance?
Nvidia's new GPUs occupy the high- and low-ends, with an RTX 3050, 3090 Ti and mobile versions of the 3070 Ti and 3080 Ti.
AMD hopes to increase its gaming laptop gains with efficiency focused 6090S laptop graphics, helped by TSMC’s updated N6 node.
AMD’s new Radeon RX 6500 XT and RX 6400 graphics cards target the much-neglected mainstream and budget GPU markets, helped by high clock speeds and TSMC’s 6nm process.
We tested the RTX 3080 Ti and RX 6900 XT on Windows 10 and Windows 11 using identical hardware to see if there's any benefit or penalty to switching to the latest OS.
There's almost no GeForce RTX 2060 12GB reviews because it seems the cards aren't really going to be available to most people, with miners likely getting most of them.
Though they are hard to come by, there are still RTX 3080 deals to be found. We've collected details on how much you should expect to pay and where to get the best prices on a new GPU.
There are some GeForce RTX 3070 deals to be found this holiday season. Here's how to go about acquiring a fast graphics card for less money.
With graphics cards in high demand, we've put together the best deals on RTX 3060 series GPUs, helping you to save money.
Some people are buying prebuilt PCs only to "shuck" them for the RTX 30-series graphics card. We look at what sort of GPU deals you can find, as well as the potential pitfalls.
We tested the early access build of Forza Horizon 5 on more than a dozen GPUs to see what sort of performance you can expect, as well as taking a look at the settings and options.
See how AMD's FSR and Nvidia's DLSS affect image quality and performance in four games that support both technologies.
The RX 6600 brings AMD's RDNA2 architecture to a broader mainstream audience. The paper specs and pricing look good. Hopefully retail pricing doesn't change too much.
Game developers should make built-in benchmarks easy to use, repeatable, and avoid any extra delays. The same goes for launching games in general.