Two years after the RX 2080 brought ray tracing to the mainstream, Nvidia preps a successor to its flagship.
AMD announced details for its next graphics architecture at its Analyst Day event.
It will have the upcoming game's artwork emblazoned across the shroud and backplate,
WHo doesn't need more FPS? AMD's Radeon Boost can reportedly give it to you, almost for free. It dynamically adjusts the resolution when you're moving quickly, boosting frame rates without a noticeable drop in image quality.
AMD's RX Vega and 5000-series GPUs can do ray tracing quite well, too, it seems. In Crytek's Neon Noir demo an RX 5700 XT managed to beat a GTX 1080 and even provide credible competition for an RTX 2060.
AMD is giving 1080p gamers a treat with its Radeon 5500 graphics. Designed for laptops and desktops, AMD's new GPU promises fast frame rates and immersive graphics for esports.
VESA's DisplayPort 2.0 looks to become the high-end solution for 8K and beyond. We explain the new standard.
A published patent application from AMD has revealed a new type of graphics processor core which could make a big difference to the capabilities of its GPUs if it finds its way into them in the future.
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Intel's ninth-generation processors without integrated graphics could debut as early as January. Leaked listings from Scandinavian retailers suggest that pricing for the chips will range between $255 and $685 when they launch.
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Alongside powerful graphics cards, Nvidia may have more mobile GPUs to show off at next year's CES show in January. The MX250 has been spotted in a listing for an HP laptop, potentially replacing the entry-level MX150.
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