AMD's Adrenaline driver 21.9.2 is out for Radeon GPUs, adding three new game ready titles to the list.
AMD’s now-annual graphics software update brings improved performance across seval games, a new GUI, and 20 new and enhanced features, including integer scaling for older, low-res games.
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.
AMD released a new version of its Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition that adds day-one support for a pair of upcoming AAA games.
AMD's new drivers introduce a feature called Radeon Chill, which promises to reduce power consumption situationally. We test its impact.
XFX built its Radeon R7 370 2GB Black Edition on the back of AMD's Trinidad GPU, which was once known as Pitcairn. Can the company turn 2012 technology into a hit in 2015?
Sapphire’s ITX Compact R9 380 is designed to be used in small form factor cases such as compact gaming rigs for the living room or portable LAN boxes.
Quickly following the Fury X, AMD’s next graphics foray is a cut-down Fiji called Fury, running at 1000MHz GPU clock. We tested Sapphire’s Tri-X Overclocked version.
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.
We've waited patiently since we saw this card demoed at CES in the beginning of 2014. Sapphire has finally released the 8GB version of it's Vapor-X R9 290X. Does more memory make us merrier?