AMD just released a whitepaper diving deep into the technical details of RDNA, the new graphics architecture that will power everything from Radeon GPUs to consoles and even mobile phones.
Nvidia's GeForce Now game-streaming service is adding key new features as it prepares for a full launch: real-time ray tracing and support for Android devices.
PCWorld CPU guru Gordon Mah Ung explains why so many flagship PC hardware launches suffer from supply woes, then digs into whether or not you should preorder parts to avoid the headache.
Like Quake II before it, full-blown path tracing is coming to Minecraft with Nvidia's help.
Case King and Silicon Lottery are selling pre-binned Ryzen 3000 CPUs with guaranteed minimum overclocks, and they show how limited the headroom is for AMD's cutting-edge processors.
Microsoft plugged four severe, wormable RDP exploits in Windows 10's August 2019 Patch Tuesday.
PCWorld's CPU guru Gordon Mah Ung breaks down the pros, cons, and common misconceptions about air coolers and closed-loop liquid cooling.
These are the best graphics cards that PC gamers can buy today from Nvidia GeForce and AMD Radeon.
Two years after announcing Minecraft's Super Duper Graphics Pack overhaul, developer Mojang cancels the idea. Java Edition gamers can still use mods, though.
The wait for custom Radeon RX 5700 graphics cards was worth it. The Sapphire Pulse RX 5700 and its new Trixx Boost feature deliver great value for a mere $9 markup over reference designs.
Windows 10 is chock-full of handy, hidden new features worth exploring, especially after the recent October 2018 Update. Check out the best tips and tricks here.
PC cases come in all shapes, sizes, and features—from fully loaded ATX towers to bare-bones small form factors. This guide will help you find the best PC case for your needs.
Intel graphics chief Raja Koduri's video interview with a Russian tech site went viral when enthusiasts thought he said the first Xe graphics card would cost $200. That news turns out to have been a mistranslation.
AMD CEO Lisa Su said bigger Radeon Navi GPUs are "on track" during a financial earnings call.
Don't be a sucker. The graphics card landscape is drastically different than a few weeks ago, and GPU makers are looking to offload pricey obsolete models with 'deals' that aren't worth your dollars.
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