VIDEO CARDS

March 14th, 2016

Dual Fiji Arrives; AMD Radeon Pro Duo Preview

AMD’s dual Fiji GPU has finally arrived but not in the way some would expect. While still a gaming monster, the Radeon Pro Duo is actually targeting Virtual Reality developers.


February 3rd, 2016

GIGABYTE GTX 980 Ti G1 Gaming Review

The Gigabyte GTX 980 Ti G1 Gaming may not be the most extreme GPU around but its performance, price and excellent cooler may push it ahead of the competition.


January 4th, 2016

The AMD Polaris GPU Architecture Preview

We go in-depth with AMD’s upcoming GPU architecture, code named Polaris. Will it deliver the performance and power consumption everyone hopes when it launches in mid-2016?


December 22nd, 2015

ASUS R9 390X STRIX OC Review

ASUS has proven they can create some of the best GPUs around but how do they fare when confronted with a rebranded AMD core? The awesome R9 390X STRIX OC is the end result.


December 15th, 2015

AMD’s GPUOpen; Power to the Developers

In order to streamline the development process and bring additional GPU horsepower into the hands of developers, AMD is announcing GPUOpen. This could be a game changer.


December 8th, 2015

The Radeon Technologies Group Gets Visual

AMD’s newly-formed Radeon Technologies Group has given us a glimpse at some some of their interesting projects like advanced HDR rendering, FreeSync over HDMI and DisplayPort 1.3.


November 24th, 2015

Radeon Software Crimson; The Review

After finally getting some hands-on time with AMD’s new Radeon Software Crimson, we have come to respect it in a big way.  Could this be the one thing that makes people rethink AMD’s drivers?


November 19th, 2015

The AMD Radeon R9 380X Review

AMD’s R9 380X is meant to fill the gap between the R9 380 and R9 390 but with prices ranging from $230 to $260, this new card will need great performance to differentiate itself.


November 12th, 2015

The ITX GPU Battle: R9 Nano vs GTX 970 Mini

They may be two very different cards at wildly separate ends of the price spectrum but AMD’s R9 Nano and ASUS’ GTX 970 Mini find themselves competing in the same ITX bracket. Is one really “better” than the other?


November 2nd, 2015

AMD’s New Radeon Software: Crimson

AMD is replacing their Catalyst Control Center with the new Radeon Software.  Its first edition is named Crimson and it brings a huge list of new features to the table.