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AMD's new Radeon RX 500-series graphics cards are a refined, retuned take on its Polaris GPUs.
AMD's Radeon RX 580 is pretty much a renamed RX 480, but it's still the best mainstream graphics card you can buy.
Just two days after Microsoft's Windows 10 Creators Update arrived, HP announced two PCs that will come pre-loaded with the new OS.
Macs can finally run newer and high-end Nvidia graphics cards with support for Pascal-based GPUs available in beta.
AMD acquires Nitero for an undisclosed amount.
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Nvidia's new Titan Xp takes the performance crown back from the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti—and bestows the graphics card with the name it always should have had.
Getting 8K displays to work with the most fully loaded Windows 10 PCs can be difficult, as Dell is finding out.
Apple has one big reason to move to a homegrown GPU: it wants full control over the hardware and software in its devices.
You get a free game with purchase, too. But if that's not to your taste, there's also another GTX 1080 on sale that's even cheaper.
Newegg's sale also includes an Asus RX 470 graphics card for $130.
If you buy a GeForce GTX 1060, GTX 1070, or GTX 1080, Nvidia will toss in a free copy of Ubisoft's For Honor or Ghost Recon: Wildlands.
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti was limited to Founders Edition reference models at launch, but graphics card makers like MSI and Asus are already teasing custom versions.
The Internet's ablaze with reports that the Vulkan graphics API's support for multiple graphics cards is limited to Windows 10 alone. It's not true, says Khronos Group.
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is the most powerful graphics card ever.
You can buy the Ryzen 7 1700 and GeForce GTX 1080 Ti for the same price as Intel's cheapest 8-core chip.