Monday, 22 Aug 2016
NVIDIA has announced the GeForce GTX 1060 3GB, a slightly scaled down version of the 6GB card that costs just US$199.
Wednesday, 17 Aug 2016
The AMD Radeon RX 460 rounds out the bottom end of AMD's already value-focused RX 400 series. The Radeon RX 460 has a very specific audience in mind, and it is targeted at gamers who require high frame rates in e-sports titles like Overwatch and Dota 2. Here's a look at what's been announced so far.
Tuesday, 16 Aug 2016
ASUS has updated its ROG gaming laptops with NVIDIA's new 10-series mobile graphics cards. The new GPUs reportedly have a maximum performance deviation of just 10 per cent from their desktop counterparts, bringing an unprecedented level of performance to gaming notebooks.
Just a few months ago, NVIDIA released its first GPUs to be based on its all-new Pascal architecture. And now, NVIDIA is bringing its Pascal architecture to gaming notebooks by announcing the new GTX 10-series mobile GPUs.
Monday, 15 Aug 2016
AMD's Radeon RX 470 is yet another budget card for the masses. Still, it's capable of pushing out over 60fps in the latest games, as long as you stick to 1080p resolutions. Here's a look at what's been announced so far.
NVIDIA has reportedly roped in Samsung to make 14nm Pascal-based GPUs by the end of the year, marking a further shrink down from TSMC's 16nm process.
Friday, 12 Aug 2016
It has taken awhile, but ASUS has finally updated its already pretty bonkers ROG GT51 gaming desktop with the choice of one or two GeForce GTX 1080s in SLI.
Thursday, 11 Aug 2016
Zotac has launched its GeForce GTX 1080 card, fitted with the ArcticStorm liquid-cooling waterblock!
Fancy a liquid-cooled NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card? Look no further than the Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 ArcticStorm!
Tuesday, 9 Aug 2016
AMD has revealed more details on the Radeon RX 460 and RX 470, its lower-end Polaris cards intended to deliver decent performance in a range of AAA games and less demanding e-sports titles. Now updated with recommended retail prices!
Friday, 29 Jul 2016
NVIDIA has agreed to a preliminary settlement in a lawsuit brought to it for alleged false advertising of the amount of VRAM on the GeForce GTX 970. In addition to paying US$30 each to customers who bought the GPU, NVIDIA and the other defendants will have to pay as much as US$1.3 million in attorney's fees.