In the crazy rush to wrap up the GeForce GTX 980 review in time for the NDA lift yesterday, news of the first R343 driver release may have been lost in the shuffle. This is a full WHQL driver release from NVIDIA, and it's available for Windows 8.1, 7, Vista, and even XP (though I don't know what you'd be doing with a modern GPU on XP at this point). Notebooks also get the new drivers, though only for Windows 7 and 8 it seems. You can find the updates at the usual place, or they're also available through GeForce Experience (which has also been updated to version 2.1.2.0 if you're wondering). In terms of what the driver update provides, this is the Game Ready...

NVIDIA's Bumpy Ride: A Q4 2009 Update

A much delayed Fermi, pulling out of the chipset business coupled with GTX availability woes made conditions ripe for us to talk about NVIDIA. We explain what all...

108 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 10/14/2009

AMD’s Radeon HD 5770 & 5750: DirectX 11 for the Mainstream Crowd

The next phase begins. AMD is launching the 5700 series, their mainstream line of cards based on Juniper. Do these new cards follow in the 5800 series legacy?

117 by Ryan Smith on 10/13/2009

NVIDIA’s GeForce GT 220: 40nm and DX10.1 for the Low-End

NVIDIA's first DX10.1/40nm part finally gets a retail launch after a 3 month OEM-only stint. How does NVIDA's latest part part stack up to the competition?

82 by Ryan Smith on 10/12/2009

Gigabyte's GTX 260 Super Overclock: A GTX 275 on the Cheap?

What happens when you overclock a GTX 260 Core 216 by 20%? As Gigabyte has discovered, you get a GTX 275 for less.

30 by Ryan Smith on 10/11/2009

AMD’s Radeon HD 5850: The Other Shoe Drops

Hot on the heels of their launch of the 5870 last week, AMD is launching the value version, the 5850. With it, AMD has captured the high-end.

95 by Ryan Smith on 9/30/2009

NVIDIA's Fermi: Architected for Tesla, 3 Billion Transistors in 2010

Last week we saw AMD's first DX11 GPU, today we have NVIDIA's response: Fermi. Weighing in at 3 billion transistors with a 384-bit GDDR5 memory bus, we won't...

416 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/30/2009

AMD's Radeon HD 5870: Bringing About the Next Generation Of GPUs

At roughly twice the computing power of the RV770, the world's first DirectX 11 GPU is here. It's called the Radeon HD 5870 and it is, without a doubt...

327 by Ryan Smith on 9/23/2009

Lucid Hydra 200: Vendor Agnostic Multi-GPU, Available in 30 Days

Want to run multiple GPUs in parallel regardless of vendor, make or model? Lucid wants to enable that and the first implementation is due out in 30 days.

95 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/22/2009

Beginnings of the Holodeck: AMD's DX11 GPU, Eyefinity and 6 Display Outputs

Later this month we'll be able to talk about AMD's next-gen GPU, but today we can unveil one feature: Eyefinity. Use up to six displays, have them treated...

138 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/10/2009

Auzentech HomeTheater HD Preview: Bitstreaming True HD/DTS-HD MA

A year ago I talked about HDMI equipped sound cards that were going to bring high-def audio codecs to your receivers via your HTPC. Auzentech has finally delivered...

77 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/2/2009

Catalyst 9.7 Graphics Drivers: New UI and Win 7 Updates

The first Windows 7 WHQL drivers from AMD hit the internet this week. Here's what to expect.

32 by Derek Wilson on 7/23/2009

EVGA's GeForce GTX 285 Mac Edition: The Best for OS X?

It's EVGA's first Mac video card and it's good, but is it useful under OS X? And is this a trend we can expect to see from other manufacturers?

48 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 7/17/2009

How Much Video Memory Do You Need in OS X?

A quick investigation into how much video memory you need when running Mac OS X.

30 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 7/16/2009

Exploring Input Lag Inside and Out

High speed cameras for observation and technical detail for understanding. Read on to really grok input lag.

84 by Derek Wilson on 7/16/2009

Triple Buffering: Why We Love It

Going in depth on an often misunderstood and disregarded setting to show gamers why they should enable triple buffering.

178 by Derek Wilson on 6/26/2009

June GPU Market Update: Price Compression Benefits

It's a great time to buy a GPU, especially if you're in the market for an AMD part. Prices are low and performance is high.

132 by Derek Wilson on 6/19/2009

AVIVO Video Converter Redux and ATI Stream Quick Look

AMD released a new version of the AVIVO Video Converter and has support for GPU acceleration of Cyberlink's transcoder. Let's take a look at what we get.

32 by Derek Wilson on 6/11/2009

Stereoscopic 3D Monitor From iZ3D: Passive Glasses and Polarized Screens

As a company who has been making stereo drivers for a while, iZ3D offers a hardware solution that in many ways gives NVIDIA's GeForce 3D Vision some competition. But...

31 by Derek Wilson on 6/8/2009

Overclocking Extravaganza: GTX 275's Complex Characteristics

Today we round out our overclocking coverage by testing the GTX 275 and turning up it's core memory and shader clocks. Find out how competitive it is with Radeon 4890.

43 by Derek Wilson on 6/4/2009

AMD Evergreen: 40nm DirectX 11 GPU Silicon Arrives

At Computex, AMD has demonstrated working next generation DX11 hardware and shows of their first wafer of codename Evergreen parts.

34 by Derek Wilson on 6/3/2009

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