News: Graphics Cards
Saturday, 19 Oct 2013
In anticipation of AMD's upcoming R290X graphics card, NVIDIA has just unveiled their new high-end enthusiast-grade graphics card, the GeForce GTX 780 Ti.
Friday, 18 Oct 2013
NVIDIA has just announced its new GameWorks initiative, as well as three new SDKs that will help simplify the work of game developers and artists by solving classically difficult graphics problems.
Thursday, 17 Oct 2013
MSI has just reduced the price of its first AMD R9 280X-based graphics card. The new MSI R9 280X Gaming 3G retails for S$479 now, after a S$50 reduction from its initial launch price of S$529 just a week ago.
Monday, 14 Oct 2013
AMD did away with its traditional four-digit naming scheme with the announcement of its new R9/R7 Radeon graphics cards. We summarize all of the cards the add-in card manufacturers have to offer.
Tuesday, 1 Oct 2013
According to DigiTimes, NVIDIA may have plans to reduce GPU prices in November this year. This is in response to AMD's recent announcement of their R7 and R9 series graphics cards. NVIDIA also has alleged plans to release one to two new GPUs, targeting the mainstream market towards the end of the year.
Monday, 30 Sep 2013
NVIDIA, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, and WB Games Montréal are collaborating to produce Batman: Arkham Origins (the next installment in the Batman: Arkham video game franchise). Simply purchase a qualifying graphics card from a participating partner to get your hands on the free PC edition of the game. Details inside.
Thursday, 26 Sep 2013
AMD revs up its gears and introduces a new API (codenamed Mantle) that taps into its GPU architecture to help game developers get the best out of the GPU.
Wednesday, 25 Sep 2013
AMD's building up the momentum as it gets ready to launch a new wave of discrete graphics cards (codenamed Hawaii) and much more within the next 24 hours.
Friday, 20 Sep 2013
The specifications of the top-end AMD 'Hawaii' R9 290X GPU have been leaked ahead of their planned launch next month. This new 28nm GPU is based on the company's 2nd generation Graphics Core Next microarchitecture. It is expected to compete with NVIDIA's GK110 graphics processor.
Thursday, 12 Sep 2013
NVIDIA is reportedly working on the GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU. It is said to be based on the same GK104 chip that is found in GTX 770 and GTX 760 graphics cards. However, the GK104 chip will have certain features disabled in order to keep its suggested retail price down.