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?
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.
May the FPS be with you! We test Star Wars: Battlefront's graphics performance on different hardware. Our results provide some good news: older graphics cards do just fine fighting the Galactic Empire.
A great many Tom's Hardware readers are already immersed in the world of Fallout 4. We're here to show you how the game runs across a wide range of graphics cards, resolutions and detail settings.
Nvidia launched its GeForce GTX Titan X less than three months ago based on the same GM200. For $350 less, how does the GeForce GTX 980 Ti compare?
The GeForce GTX 760 has had to hold it's ground for a long time, but today Nvidia replaces it's last Kepler-powered GTX card with the GeForce GTX 960.
Nvidia introduces its second-gen Maxwell architecture to mobile, where the efficient GM204 graphics processor has a chance to show its core advantages.
The Shield Tablet, powered by Nvidia’s Tegra K1 SoC, deftly handles browsing and media playback duties. Combining it with the wireless Shield Controller transforms the 8-inch device into an exciting mobile gaming platform.
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.
Nvidia doesn’t allow its partners to sell the GeForce GTX Titan Black with proprietary cooling. However, Gigabyte now offers a GHz Edition of the card that comes bundled with its WindForce solution, which you can install on the overclocked board yourself.
AMD's Hawaii GPU makes its appearance in the workstation space as FirePro W9100. Does this $4000 card have what it takes to displace Nvidia's Quadro K6000, or is it a more conservative performer? We throw an exhaustive benchmark suite at it to find out.
Two years and two graphics card generations have passed since the last major update to our famous graphics card performance charts. It's time to get them back up to speed. We introduce modern benchmarks, new measurement equipment, and fresh methodology.
Nvidia is in the process of rolling out its GeForce GTX 800M-series graphics modules. Despite the new name, we're still looking at GK104-based GPUs. One thing is for sure, though: the processor is running faster than ever. We benchmark three models.
SPECviewperf 12 sets out to be the standard for evaluating workstation graphics cards by including the latest professional applications, more complex models, and synthetic workloads pulled from important market segments. We test 19 cards in the new suite.