It's the age-old question that has spurred endless debate: AMD or Intel?
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.
We put all three Ryzen SKUs to the test against Kaby Lake and Broadwell-E CPUs in a wide variety of popular games.
The FirePro brand is dead; long live the Radeon Pro. AMD puts its Polaris chips and reworked drivers to work in three new workstation graphics cards. We’re about to give the fastest model, the Radeon Pro WX 7100, a real workout.
Intel's Kaby Lake falls into the comes bearing the tuned 14nm+ process, a revamped graphics engine and a new chipset.
You'll need serious gaming hardware to play Watch Dogs 2, so we put about 30 graphics cards through two taxing sequences to help determine how your PC will fare.
Intel's new Kaby Lake CPU delivers on the clock speeds the company promised, but the power consumption and thermal characteristics were disappointing based on a leaked sample of the new chip we received and tested weeks ahead of its official launch.
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?
When you see those USB adapters everywhere for only a few dollars, the convenience factor makes it difficult to resist buying a few. But are they any good?
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?
Tom’s Hardware staffers and community members share the stories behind their biggest PC building mistakes (and the components fried as a result).
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.