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Ars Technica

Here's why you can't buy a high-end graphics card at Best Buy
Ars Technica
Jared Walton of PC Gamer sums up the situation: "It's a terrible time to buy a graphics card." The graphics card shortage is happening because high-end graphics cards are the best way to mine Ethereum and other non-bitcoin cryptocurrencies. With the ...



Demand for Cryptocurrency and Price Gouging of Graphics Card
Financial Tribune
T he rise of cryptocurrency mining has created a weird global shortage of graphics processing units. The tsunami in demand has reached Iran with GPU prices jumping 100% over the past month. At electronics stores one comes across half-empty shelves due ...

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PCWorld

Graphics card prices are ludicrous. Here's how to keep gaming in the coin mining era
PCWorld
2017 might have been a standout year for PC enthusiasts, but these early weeks of 2018 are nothing short of a nightmare for PC gamers. Graphics card prices are downright ludicrous, as the cryptocurrency craze skyrockets in lock-step with Bitcoin's ...



PC Gamer

It's a terrible time to buy a graphics card
PC Gamer
Not too long ago we warned of a potential impending surge in graphics card prices. Unfortunately for those looking to upgrade graphics cards or buy a new GPU, that prediction has come true, and then some. Right now is the worst time in the history of ...

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Tech Advisor

How to Increase FPS in Games: Tips to Boost PC Graphics for Free
Tech Advisor
Get the latest drivers for your graphics card. Running old drivers isn't a good idea if you want the best performance, but a surprising number of people fail to update to the latest versions. It's much easier these days (with certain brands, at least ...



How-To Geek

How to Overclock Your Graphics Card for Better Gaming Performance
How-To Geek
A Windows-based PC: It's possible to overclock GPUs on macOS and Linux, but Windows is still the home of PC gaming by a huge margin, so that's what we're going to use in this guide. A discrete graphics card: PCI-Express-based desktop cards are still ...



Tech Advisor

iMac Pro Review: The Best Computer You Probably Don't Need ...
Tech Advisor
The best most powerful iMac ever assembled is an olive branch for creative professionals, but total and utter overkill for the consumer market. Reviewing it on balance proved tough.

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CNBC

Gaming giant Nvidia, after 113% gain, could surge another 23%, BofA analyst says
CNBC
Arya said there's a "large upgrade opportunity for Nvidia cards." Arya reiterated his buy and top-pick ratings for Nvidia shares. He raised his price target to $275 from $251, representing 23 percent upside from Thursday's close. He now has the highest ...

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The Guardian

Which desktop PC should I buy for home office and family use?
The Guardian
A tower system has more space for expansion, is easier to repair, and can use hotter, faster chips. You may not anticipate adding more memory, a second hard drive or a graphics card, but it's great to have the option. Speed will be as fast as you can ...

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gizmochina (blog)

VAIO Will Launch New High-End Laptops With Intel 8th Gen CPUs, Long Battery Life
gizmochina (blog)
Because in laptops, top specs has nothing to do with graphics cards…unless you're talking about a gaming laptop, which is a different category all together. Plus we live in a new age, all you really want to see with an 8th gen Processor Laptop is a ...

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