What is the meaning of a motherboard chipset? Intel and AMD PC chipsets explained.
What does it mean if a monitor, laptop or TV has FreeSync? AMD's Adaptive-Sync, including FreeSync Premium and FreeSync Premium Pro, explained.
What does APU mean? AMD's accelerated processing units explained, including Picasso, Raven Ridge and the upcoming Renoir and Dali.
We list all currently available AMD processors, separated by socket (e.g. AM4), and divided by APU & CPU product lines (e.g. A8 & Ryzen 5).
With overclocking features, AMD's B350 chipset primarily competes against Intel's H-series. We take a look at all AM4 B350 motherboards currently available.
We've compiled a listing of all the currently available AMD AM4 motherboards based on the X370 chipset.
Learn the pros and cons of overclocking your CPU, the physics behind changing your clock rate and the basics of overclocking an Intel or AMD processor.
AMD's FreeSync technology is gaining momentum, but is the buzz warranted? We did our own research, worked with Acer and spoke with AMD to find out.
While AMD introduced its highly anticipated Radeon R9 Fury X in June, we’re taking a deeper look at its power consumption and pump noise.
AMD significantly boosts efficiency with its new "Carrizo" APUs, first presenting the mobile version at ISSCC 2015, offering either higher performance at normal power consumption or significantly decreased power consumption at normal performance.
Have you ever come up with your own idea for a killer rig? Don't forget to tell us about it on the Tom's Hardware forums. The following ten setups were configured by forum members and chosen as winners in the Q2 2014 BestConfigs Poll.
We've heard it said before that AMD's GPUs are more platform-dependent than Nvidia's. So, what happens when you drop a Radeon and a GeForce into an FX-8350-based system? Does AMD's CPU get in the way of its GPU running as well as it possibly could?
What if the performance data you used for deciding which graphics card to buy was flawed? We're taking a deeper look at some of the problems with benchmarking multi-GPU configs using conventional tools. Nvidia's new FCAT suite helps us collect more info.
AMD and Intel continue serving up increasingly faster CPUs. But graphics card performance is accelerating even faster. Is there still such a thing as processor-bound gaming? We take two Radeon HD 7970s, high-end desktop CPUs, and a few games to find out.