Recent reports suggest that Nvidia is moving to TSMC's 7nm process for its Ampere GPUs.
We loaded Crysis 3 from the VRAM on an RTX 3090 and compared performance to a standard RAM disk and a normal SSD.
We tested several RTX 3080 and 3090 cards with the latest drivers, showing before and after performance, clocks, and power.
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.
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.
Death Stranding comes to PC on July 14, but we were able to do some preliminary early access testing.
We tested integrated graphics performance from recent AMD and Intel processors to see how they compare, and discuss what we expect to see from future integrated solutions.
We tested a couple of Nvidia GPUs on Intel and AMD platforms, with and without the new hardware scheduling feature found in the Windows 10 May 2020 update to see how it affects performance.
The Ampere A100 isn't going into the RTX 3080 Ti or any other consumer graphics cards. Instead, it's a powerhouse built for the next generation of exascale supercomputers and deep learning.
Intel's graphics division tweeted this image of a massive chip, the upcoming Xe HP Graphics for data centers.