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.
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.
Fresh on the heels of the final Hobbit movie, we bring you our game performance review of Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. This innovative title has a few pleasant surprises up its sleeve when it comes to hardware requirements.
Is a triple-monitor Eyefinity or Surround gaming rig just a toy for the rich, or can it be achieved using parts purchased on a shoestring budget? We test one affordable Radeon and one efficient GeForce to better answer that question.
Nvidia shows us what second-gen Maxwell architecture can do with its new GM204 chip and the GeForce GTX 970 and 980 graphics cards that wield it.
We take a look at the value proposition offered by Sapphire's Dual-X R9 280 and consider it's performance compared to its competitor, the GeForce GTX 760, and its predecessor, the Radeon HD 7950 Boost.
With its last graphics card introduction until the end of Fall, Nvidia isn't trying to impress anyone with groundbreaking performance. Rather, the company is pulling better-than GeForce GTX 660 Ti-class frame rates to a $250 price point, creating value.
The latest ROG desktop from Asus features a liquid-cooled Intel Core i7-3960X processor and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 GPU.
Falcon Northwest sent us a mini-ITX-based platform worthy of enthusiast lust. We asked the company's president, Kelt Reeves, to walk us through the process of designing a tiny desktop packing more performance than most power user-oriented rigs.