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Actually, it's $165 if you're willing to do a mail-in rebate. That's great price for a superb 1080p graphics card.
Intel is bringing more options to improve gaming and virtual reality experiences on Windows PCs with official support for Vulkan.
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A recent fiasco prompted EVGA to examine graphics card cooling. The result: The radical, sensor-laden iCX cooling technology. We go hands-on with EVGA's GTX 1080 Superclocked 2.
Nvidia's Quadro GP100 shares many features with the company's most advanced Tesla P100 GPU, but also brings the superfast NVLink to Windows PCs and workstations.
Micron is rushing to release the latest GDDR6 graphics memory by the end of the year, and e-sports is a major driver behind the plans.
Nvidia's latest game ready driver release is causing problems with Minecraft and Steam in-home streaming. So far, only the Minecraft issue has been fixed.
The Ibex Pro is one supercharged machine that will probably hurt your electric bill.
The VR-ready dual-fan Radeon rx 480 with 1-click overclocking and 2 HDMI ports features premium quality and reliability while dual fans provide a quieter and cooler gaming environment. Gpu tweak II with XSplit Gamecaster delivers ultimate monitoring and streaming control.
If you buy a GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070, Nvidia will give you a free copy of For Honor or Ghost Recon Wildlands—but you have to use GeForce Experience to get your game.
Got a beastly PC and need something to really push it? Bethesda's adding 58GB of textures to Fallout 4. Yes, 58GB.
AMD's Radeon Pro Duo was always a weird product, and its days are limited with hotly anticipated Vega graphics cards on the horizon.
Apple's iPhone GPU provider has its eyes set shaking the Android landscape by bringing VR to low-end Android phones.
AMD announced all sorts of new goodies at CES 2017. The Full Nerd crew talks to Radeon boss Raja Koduri about Vega graphics cards, FreeSync 2 monitors, and more for nearly an hour.
AMD’s hotly anticipated Radeon Vega graphics card architecture becomes more than a mere name at CES 2017. Here are the 5 things you need to know.