AMD may well be looking to flesh out its range of 300 series GPUs even more, with the release of a 380X. While we don't know what specifications any such card would offer, we do have some pictures that are purportedly of a production…
Heavy duty graphics cards may well be the reserve of the rich, but it doesn't stop us from drooling all over GPUs like this new one from PowerColor, which packs dual R9 390 cores, with 16GB of GDDR5 and a double-slot cooler on one PCB.
We know the big GPUs are more exciting. A Titan X or a Fury X is always going to draw more eyeballs than a mid-range piece of kit, but the fact of life is that most of us can only afford these lower-end cards. So the release of the 370X is…
While there might be some disagreement on the numbers, Nvidia is certainly the king of the add-in graphics card market, as two different research companies have suggested its share is more than 75 percent.
A key Intel employee has hinted that Intel may begin supporting DisplayPort Adaptive Sync, the standard that also powers AMD's FreeSync. This could lead to better standardization of frame synchronization throughout computing.
Fancy yourself a bit of a hardware daredevil? If so, flashing the BIOS of your new 300 series card from AMD may net you some extra performance, as it turns out some cards have the potential to unlock extra, factory-disabled compute units.
When it comes to selecting a CPU for your PC, there's no shortage of chips for you to choose from. Here, we explain the basic differences between what AMD and Intel generally offer with their processors.