GPUs

Back in June at AMD’s R9 Fury X/Fiji GPU launch event, the company unveiled that there would be four products based on Fiji. Fury X and Fury – which have since launched – and then two additional products, the R9 Nano and a yet-to-be-named dual-GPU card. Uncharacteristicly for AMD, the R9 Nano was unveiled some time before it would ship in order to demonstrate some of the size benefits of the Fiji GPU and its HBM, with the card initially receiving a tentative launch date of “summer”. Now with August coming to a close, AMD is formally announcing the R9 Nano ahead of its full launch next month. The card, which will be AMD’s take on a premium, specialty product for the mini-ITX market, will...

AMD Launches Retail Radeon 300 Series: A Prelude To Fury

Earlier this week AMD held their 2015 GPU product showcase, dubbed “The New Era of PC Gaming.” As the latest stage in AMD’s master plan, AMD held a public...

287 by Ryan Smith on 6/18/2015

AMD Shows Off Dual-GPU Fiji Card At PC Gaming Show

Briefly announced and discussed during AMD’s 2015 GPU product presentation yesterday morning was AMD’s forthcoming dual Fiji video card. The near-obligatory counterpart to the just-announced Radeon R9 Fury X...

133 by Ryan Smith on 6/17/2015

NVIDIA Acquires Game Porting Group & Tech From Transgaming

While NVIDIA’s core businesses and gaming have been inseparable since the start, it’s only relatively recently that NVIDIA has become heavily involved in game creation itself, and not just...

56 by Ryan Smith on 6/13/2015

Apple’s Metal API Comes to OS X Desktops

At last year’s WWDC, Apple introduced their Metal API for iOS 8. A low-level graphics API, Metal was originally designed to bring the benefits of low-level graphics programming to...

63 by Ryan Smith on 6/10/2015

AMD Confirms June 16th Date for Upcoming GPU Announcement

After an earlier vague deadline of Q2’15 and more than a few teases in the interim, AMD has finally announced when they’ll be revealing their forthcoming high-end video card. AMD...

41 by Ryan Smith on 6/2/2015

AMD Picks Up Jim Anderson from Intel To Lead Computing and Graphics Business Group

Word comes from AMD this afternoon that they have finally found a new Senior VP and General Manager for the company’s Computing and Graphics business group. The group has...

30 by Ryan Smith on 6/1/2015

NVIDIA Launches Mobile G-Sync, Enables Windowed G-Sync, & More

With Computex kicking off today NVIDIA has a number of announcements hitting the wire at the same time. The biggest news of course is the launch of the GeForce...

37 by Brett Howse & Ryan Smith on 5/31/2015

NVIDIA Announces GameWorks VR Branding, Adds Multi-Res Shading

Alongside the GeForce GTX 980 Ti and G-Sync announcements going on today in conjunction with Computex, NVIDIA is also announcing an update for their suite of VR technologies. First off...

9 by Ryan Smith on 5/31/2015

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Review

Having launched the GeForce GTX Titan X a bit over 2 months ago, NVIDIA is back to launch their second GM200 card, GeForce GTX 980 Ti. Based on a...

283 by Ryan Smith on 5/31/2015

AMD Releases Catalyst 15.5 Beta Drivers

AMD has pushed out another Catalyst beta driver update this afternoon, bringing their latest drivers up to Catalyst 15.5 beta. The release notes for this driver indicate that it’s...

18 by Ryan Smith on 5/28/2015

2015 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro’s dGPU (R9 M370X) Is Cape Verde

Earlier this week Apple announced their 2015 15” Retina MacBook Pro. Though Apple didn’t make any CPU changes, they did make some GPU changes on the high-end model, swapping...

107 by Ryan Smith on 5/23/2015

AMD Teases Upcoming Video Card

Between Financial Analyst Day 2015, their briefing on High Bandwidth Memory, and now a carefully seeded hardware sample to DICE developer and uber guru Johan Andersson, AMD is making...

75 by Ryan Smith on 5/22/2015

Imagination Announces OmniShield: Hardware Security Zones For MIPS + PowerVR Ecosystem

Though it would be unfair to state that there was a point where device security never mattered, it’s safe to say that the interest in security from hardware manufacturers...

4 by Ryan Smith on 5/20/2015

NVIDIA To Give Away The Witcher 3 To GTX Titan X Owners Who Participate in Software Beta

When NVIDIA announced their most recent GeForce game bundle, notably absent was the GTX Titan X. With Titan products typically uncontested in holding the performance crown and priced as...

20 by Ryan Smith on 5/19/2015

AMD Dives Deep On High Bandwidth Memory - What Will HBM Bring AMD?

Earlier this month at AMD’s 2015 Financial Analyst day, the company announced that they would be releasing their first High Bandwidth Memory-equipped GPU – the world’s first HBM-equipped GPU...

163 by Ryan Smith on 5/19/2015

NVIDIA Releases 352.84 Drivers - First WHQL Win10 Driver Set

Up to recently, all Windows 10 video drivers have been distributed through Windows Update. With the OS still under active development and this specific version of Windows including the...

8 by Ryan Smith on 5/18/2015

NVIDIA Releases 352.86 Game Ready WHQL Drivers For The Witcher 3

With the highly anticipated The Witcher 3 being released today, NVIDIA has pushed out their requisite launch day Game Ready driver for the game with the release of driver...

28 by Ryan Smith on 5/18/2015

Oculus VR Posts Recommended System Specs For Rift - Outlines Platform Goals

For all of the public Oculus Rift demos so far, the demo systems have been driven by very powerful hardware, and for good reason. With the need to double-render...

36 by Ryan Smith on 5/15/2015

Newegg Launches Official & Unofficial AMD Radeon R9 Game Bundles

Kudos to the PC Perspective crew for tracking this one down. It looks like Newegg is running a very unusual set of video game bundles with AMD’s higher-end Radeon...

67 by Ryan Smith on 5/14/2015

Log in

Don't have an account? Sign up now