Another week, another round of deals. Why not chase away those back-to-work blues with some much-needed retail therapy? Here's what caught our eye this week.
Small form factor systems are all the rage these days. If you want to build a mini-ITX system today, which graphics card would you use? We take a look at the AMD Radeon R9 Nano and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 to bring you our verdict.
Later this year, Intel will debut a new high-end desktop platform codenamed Broadwell-E. If you're still hanging on to the older Intel X79 platform, the release of a new CPU could send prices of the current Haswell-E processors tumbling. Would that make the X99 platform a worthwhile option? We lay out the results and recommendations.
It's Friday! It's time to let your hair down and let your wallets loose and go shopping!
Just days ago, ASUS officially launched the ROG GX700 liquid-cooled gaming notebook to much fanfare. Find out more about this veritable beast of a gaming notebook after the jump!
AMD's Radeon Technologies Group (RTG) just laid out its roadmap for improving visual technologies in 2016. What's in store? Better, brighter, and higher resolution displays that are truer to life than ever.
NVIDIA has been working hard to make it DesignWorks platform even better. The company also wants to improve the adoption rate of Iray for real-time ray tracing capabilities. With its latest trick in predictive design, NVIDIA hopes to help professional users avoid costly design pitfalls!
Black Friday is upon us, and there are deals galore to be had ... if you can find them. Fortunately, we’ve done a lot of the digging for you, and here are some of the great finds that we’ve found. Let the shopping begin!
So you've heard about the latest GPU entrant, the Radeon R9 380X, but does it measure up against the sea of other recent mainstream GPU options? We test drive the ASUS Strix Radeon R9 380X to find out.
Meet the 21st century microscope: A peek into the Monash CAVE2 immersive visualization facility powered by NVIDIA
We've been invited to this one-of-a-kind facility to witness first-hand how the CAVE2's visual processing prowess can help researchers solve real problems and witness a sneak peek of the facility using NVIDIA's latest Maxwell GPU powered Quadro M4000 graphics card.