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Game Revolution

Why PC Gaming Used to be Horrible
Game Revolution
Being a PC gamer can be frustrating. We have to deal with bad ports, getting games later than console gamers, expensive hardware, and a whole host of other problems. Having the best graphics, cheap games, and almost endless backward compatibility makes ...



Road to VR

New $2000 Core i9 CPU Isn't 'VR Ready' on Its Own, But Intel Says Integrated Graphics Will Get There
Road to VR
So the company introduced 'Intel HD Graphics', which would add more graphics processing performance to the company's CPUs. Since the introduction of HD Graphics, Intel's integrated CPU graphics have gone (as far as gaming is concerned) from pretty much ...



Tom's Hardware

​AMD Launches The New Radeon Pro Duo At $999
Tom's Hardware
AMD announced the Radeon Pro Duo graphics card targeting the professional consumer market. This new GPU is based on the fourth-generation Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture and can perform graphic and arithmetic instructions in parallel. The benefit ...
Professional GPUs for Desktop Workstations | AMDAMD
AMD Confirms Vega Launching This Quarter, Shows 8K Video Editing Demo - WccftechWccftech
M.2 Performance, FreeSync Vs G-Sync, and CCX Performance - AMD Ryzen AMA - Tom's HardwareTom's Hardware

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The INQUIRER

AMD Radeon RX Vega confirmed for July launch
The INQUIRER
AMD HAS CONFIRMED that the Radeon RX Vega, a graphics card aimed squarely at gamers, will arrive in July, following the release of its flagship Frontier Edition. AMD CEO Su let slip the July launch date at the 45th annual JP Morgan Global Technology ...

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PCWorld

How to transform your laptop into a gaming powerhouse with an external graphics card
PCWorld
And indeed, I found entire communities of people creating DIY setups that connected desktop graphics cards to their laptops via ExpressCard or mPCIe slots. It isn't hard, either. Many do-it-yourselfers end up with a plug-and-play experience requiring ...



Point of View BV Declares Bankruptcy, But Holding Company Vows to Come Back
AnandTech
Point of View was established in 1994 with a purpose to sell various devices including graphics cards under a singular brand. The company got rather famous in 2000s, particularly for its inexpensive NVIDIA GeForce adapters available widely across ...



How good are USB video cards?
ZDNet
After I published my pseudo-scientific investigation several weeks ago into the widespread problem of phantom monitor pain, quite a few readers wrote in with one simple question. "Renai," they earnestly asked me, "why don't you simply get yourself a ...



ExtremeTech

Nvidia Considers Multi-Chip GPUs for Future Designs
ExtremeTech
Get it? It needs a classic GPU part. So GPU compute can still be a thing without any big problems. Nvidia and AMD just released special cards for cryptocurrency miners without a video output - so product differentiation can be a thing for the future ...

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How-To Geek (blog)

What Is a “Chipset”, and Why Should I Care?
How-To Geek (blog)
Many CPUs from both Intel and AMD come with integrated graphics built-in, too, so you don't need a dedicated graphics card (unless you're doing more intensive tasks like gaming or video editing). (AMD refers to these chips as Accelerated Processing ...



Tom's Hardware

The Quest For Retro Gaming: Building A Vintage PC (Part 1)
Tom's Hardware
As hardware and software technologies advance over time, compatibility with older hardware and software technologies is lost. Although this isn't much of a problem for many people -- how often do you see someone using a program designed for Windows 98 ...


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