Nvidia has released a new firmware update for RTX 30 series products like the 3060 and 3080 Ti that fixes black screens related to DisplayID.
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.
October brings ten more games into the DLSS repertoire, including new games as well as some older titles we weren't expecting to see updated anymore. Also, there are new 496.13 drivers today.
Igor's Lab has shared the schematics for a new high-power PCIe 5.0 power connector that may debut in future graphics cards.
Game developers should make built-in benchmarks easy to use, repeatable, and avoid any extra delays. The same goes for launching games in general.
T-Rex cryptocurrency mining software adds support for mining two different cryptocurrencies at the same time.
Noctua and Asus have come together to make a high-performing GeForce RTX 3070 that's as quiet as it is brown.
A new coreboot patch reveals the integrated graphics configurations for mobile Alder Lake processors.
New reports have come in that Nvidia's GeForce RTX 30-series graphics cards are still dying after playing New World.
DICE revealed the system requirements for the upcoming Battlefield 2042 ahead of the game's Open Beta. These include a quad-core CPU, a 2016 or later GPU, and a 64-bit version of Windows 10.
The ASRock RX 6900 XT Formula packs a massive cooler and plenty of power, with modest bling and performance that matches the fastest GPUs around — at least until you turn on ray tracing.
Sapphire's Pulse Radeon RX 6600 XT showed up in an early Portuguese listing, giving us a reasonable idea of what to expect when it launches in mid-October.