Brad ChacosSenior Editor, PCWorld

Brad Chacos spends his days digging through desktop PCs and tweeting too much. He covers gaming and graphics for PCWorld, and spends his mornings running the news desk for PCWorld, Macworld, Greenbot, and TechHive.

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GOG is offering 27 free games to help you relax at home

GOG's 'Stay at home and play some games' freebies are a blast from the past, and exactly what we need right now.

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Sony PlayStation 5 taps AMD's radical SmartShift tech to push its GPU to ludicrous speeds

Sony revealed more technical details about its upcoming PlayStation 5 console. It takes tricks from Ryzen 4000 laptops to push its Radeon graphics cores to ludicrous speeds.

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Microsoft's Xbox Series X probably puts your gaming PC to shame: Full specs revealed

Microsoft unveiled the full specs for its upcoming Xbox Series X console on Monday, and it's an absolute beast.

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No PC, no problem: Shadow supercharges cloud gaming with lower prices, faster hardware, and VR

The Shadow cloud gaming service just unleashed a bevy of improvements, and at a much lower price.

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E3 2020 is canceled, the latest event to be affected by COVID-19

The Entertainment Software Association has canceled E3 2020, this year's incarnation of the biggest video game trade show, due to COVID-19 concerns.

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AMD's next-gen Radeon graphics cards will ditch blower coolers

The reference coolers on AMD's next-gen Radeon graphics cards are switching away from their controversial blowers to dual-axial fans.

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How AMD's new compute GPUs could alter Radeon's gamer DNA forever

AMD's rolling out new CDNA graphics optimized for compute tasks, and these data center GPUs could portend big changes for Radeon graphics cards. Here's why.

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If you're having graphics card problems, try a clean driver install

AMD issues a great reminder amidst a recent bug hunt: Many graphics card problems can be fixed by performing a clean install of your GPU drivers.

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The best 1440p graphics card for PC gaming: Options galore

We explain the best graphics cards you can buy for gaming at 1440p resolution.

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Nvidia's GTC 2020 goes digital as rumors of next-gen 'Ampere' GeForce GPUs whirl

Nvidia's GTC 2020 developer conference, where we might get our first glimpse at the architecture inside next-gen GeForce graphics cards, is being shifted to digital form over coronavirus fears.

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AMD's Radeon 20.2.2 drivers squash pesky black screen bugs and other community complaints

AMD's Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition 20.2.2 fixes black screens and other bugs recently reported by Radeon graphics cards users, after some intense press scrutiny.

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The best 1080p graphics card for PC gaming: Nvidia dominates

We explain the best graphics card you can buy for gaming at 1080p resolution.

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The $35 Raspberry Pi 4 doubles its memory for the revolutionary mini-PC's 8th birthday

Plunging memory prices let the Raspberry Pi Foundation double the RAM in the 4th-gen model from 1GB to 2GB.

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What the new Xbox Series X specs tell us about AMD's next-gen Radeon graphics cards

Microsoft pulled back the curtain on more Xbox Series X specs on Monday, and they provide a tantalizing glimpse of what PC gamers can expect in AMD's upcoming Radeon GPUs.

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XFX Radeon RX 5600 XT Thicc II Pro review: A good graphics card in a weird place

The XFX Radeon RX 5600 XT Thicc II Pro is a good graphics card for no-compromises 1080p gaming, but it suffers from AMD's last-second product decisions.