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The Radeon RX 500X graphics cards are a vendor-only rebrand to help PC makers sell more computers.
GeForce drivers will no longer be Game Ready for 32-bit operating systems or older Fermi GPU hardware.
Intel's hot new Kaby Lake G may actually be based on AMD's older Polaris GPU, despite its Vega M name.
Motherboard maker ASRock is expanding into graphics cards with a Phantom Gaming lineup that exclusively uses AMD's Radeon GPUs.
Microsoft's DirectX Raytracing tools for DirectX 12 make the holy grail of graphics possible: real-time ray tracing effects. And we have the first video to prove it!
At GDC 2018, Nvidia brought its Highlights and Ansel technologies to additional games, and released tools to encourage even more adoption.
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AMD Radeon's Project ReSX improves speed and reduces latency in e-sports games like Fortnite and Dota 2.
Virtually all graphics cards are selling for twice their suggested price—when you can find them—thanks to voracious coin miners. Here's how to keep gaming during these dystopian times.
It's much cheaper to buy a premade gaming PC than building your own computer, thanks to surging memory and graphics card prices.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, the gang tackles the Meltdown and Spectre CPU exploits and sky-high graphics card prices before answering viewer questions.
Nvidia's new patches for GeForce, Quadro, and other graphics cards include mitigations for the devastating Spectre CPU exploit.
Attention multi-monitor gamers: The Asus ROG Bezel-Free Kit makes those ugly edges invisible.
The Nvidia FreeStyle tool lets GeForce Experience change the look at feel of your PC games.
It's later than expected, but GeForce Now for PCs is ready to turn cheap laptops into full-blown gaming rigs.