PUBG has sold more than 40 million copies across platforms. But how will the game run on your hardware? We tested across 10 graphics cards to find out.
We're back with our mid-range PC and 10 mainstream graphics cards to see how Far Cry 5 runs at multiple resolutions and top quality settings.
Fortnite is the hottest game of 2018. We pulled out our mainstream gaming PC and 10 graphics cards to see how to run it at its top ("Epic") quality settings.
Wargaming.net plans to upgrade World of Tanks with its enCore engine in the near future. We explored the graphics-quality improvements and performance implications of this new engine technology.
Any game with Star Wars in the name is bound to garner attention. Star Wars Battlefront II is no exception. We've put the game through its performance paces on a variety of hardware.
Crysis was magnificent in its day, offering irreproachable gameplay to hardcore enthusiasts. And of course, it challenged the most powerful hardware available 10 years ago.
Since we had a large supply of defective boards in the lab, we decided to see if it would be worth extracting as much pure gold as possible from them.
Codemasters recently released the 12th title in its Colin McRae Rally series, called DiRT 4. Let’s see how it performs across eight mid-range graphics cards.
After releasing Dishonored2, Arkane Studios hits it out of the park again with Prey, a first-person shooter published by Bethesda as a reboot from 11 years ago.
How well will Ghost Recon Wildlands run on your PC? We test eight graphics cards across two versions of the game (launch day and patch 1.1.5) in order to determine what you need for a smooth 60 FPS.
While Nvidia's Multi-Res Shading was first presented for VR, Shadow Warrior 2 uses MRS to improve the performance. Are the gains big? Is image quality affected?
Processors are responsible for operating on all of your precious data. But did you know that they also are made up, in part, of precious metals? We're going to show you how to recover the gold and silver hidden away inside your old CPUs.
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