Thursday, August 28, 2014
- 4:22 am | AMD Has No Plans to Reconsider Recommended Prices of Radeon R9 Graphics Cards. AMD Will Not Lower Recommended Prices of Radeon R9 Graphics Solutions
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
- 10:41 am | AMD Quietly Reveals Third Iteration of GCN Architecture with Tonga GPU. AMD Unleashes Radeon R9 285 Graphics Cards, Tonga GPU, GCN 1.2 Architecture
Sunday, August 24, 2014
- 10:12 am | Former X-Bit Labs Editor Aims to Wed Tabletop Games with Mobile Platforms. Game Master Wants to Become a New World of Warcraft
Thursday, August 21, 2014
- 2:59 pm | Khronos Group to Follow DirectX 12 with Cross-Platform Low-Level API. Khronos Unveils Next-Generation OpenGL Initiative
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
- 11:38 am | AMD Vows to Introduce 20nm Products Next Year. AMD’s 20nm APUs, GPUs and Embedded Chips to Arrive in 2015
Today we are going to talk about three new graphics accelerators on Radeon HD 79xx GPUs, which have different PCBs, unique cooling systems and increased operational clock speeds. We will also test CrossFireX configurations and see how well this technology works for Tahiti graphics processors.
Today we are introducing to you the fastest graphics accelerator of our times and even of the rapidly approaching near future.
Let’s take a closer look at two reference graphics cards based on the junior AMD GPUs from the Southern Islands family – Cape Verde.
Will the daring newcomers based on the mainstream AMD GPUs be able to outdo the previous generation High-End graphics cards in performance, energy-efficiency and price? You bet they will! This is what we will talk about in our today’s review.
At last the patience of beautiful graphics fans has been rewarded: Nvidia has finally rolled out their response to AMD’s “Tahiti”. And today we are proud to present a new GK104 graphics processor on “Kepler” architecture and the first graphics card based on it.
Today we are going to compare the performance of Socket FM1 and LGA 1155 systems. Will a hybrid Llano processor be able to beat the entry-level Intel CPU paired with an entry-level graphics accelerator? How efficient AMD Dual Graphics technology is? Does overclocking make Socket FM1 systems more attractive?
Today we are going to talk about a graphics card on Nvidia GPU, which in our opinion boasts the best overclocking potential and the most efficient cooling system with very low noise parameters.
Without much hype and big promises AMD launched a graphics accelerator that not only took its place in the company’s product lineup, but also called in questions about the existence of three other graphics cards in the family. Our today’s review will unveil which graphics cards these are and why it happened in the first place.
Today we are going to review a graphics accelerator with phenomenally efficient cooling system with very low noise, high performance and superb overclocking potential, which even some Radeon HD 7970 graphics cards could wish for.
We are going to talk about features, cooling, level of noise, overclocking potential and finally performance of one of the first proprietary graphics cards based on AMD’s fastest GPU. We will also check how fast a CrossFireX configuration of two Radeon HD 7970 graphics cards will turn out in our tests.
With its new Tahiti GPU architecture, highest-ever clock rates and 384-bit memory bus, how fast is the new single-processor flagship graphics card from AMD? Find out from our review!
Today we are going to talk about a very interesting graphics card built around two Nvidia GF114 graphics processors. Let’s discuss the performance, acoustics and cooling system efficiency of the new graphics card from EVGA.
Now Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 graphics cards exist in three different modifications: besides the already familiar GTX 560 and GTX 560 Ti there appeared GTX 560 Ti 448 Cores. How fast is the new product and how close did it get to the next performance step, GeForce GTX 570? Our test session of seven graphics accelerators will answer these questions.
Improved cooling system, high frequency potential, attractive looks – this is the new flagship Sapphire product on AMD GPU. Let’s meet the newcomer!
Today we are going to talk about another very fast and very expensive graphics accelerator. What are its advantages and drawbacks compared to the previously reviewed products from EVGA and Gigabyte? The answers to these and other questions are in our new review.
Over the past few months AMD and Intel have been actively promoting desktop processors with computational and graphics cores insides. During our comparative test session we studied hybrid products like that and compared the performance of AMD A8, A6 and A4 against that of Intel Core i3 and Pentium processors.
The world economy may still be in recession but the fall of 2011 has every chance to become one of the hottest seasons in the history of the gaming industry. Despite the fact that a lot of highly anticipated projects have been postponed, battlefield 3 is out. How resource-demanding is the game that is destined to become a fave of millions in just a few weeks?
This legendary sequel has undergone a number of modifications and reincarnations, but one thing remains the same: everyone is impatiently looking forward to the new round of this strategy game. This year we will be enjoying Might & Magic Heroes VI and, trust me, you will need a good graphics card for that.
The new graphics cards from Sapphire prepare to win over their market share due to increased frequencies, unique cooling systems and very rich accessories bundles.
This review is dedicated to the newest graphics accelerator that combines all the advantages if a high-end product with a very appealing price for its class.