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XFX RX 590 Fatboy Review

XFX RX 590 Fatboy Review

» November 15, 2018 04:00PM

MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Armor 8G  Review

MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Armor 8G Review

» October 15, 2018 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti & RTX 2080 Founders Edition Review

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti & RTX 2080 Founders Edition Review

» September 18, 2018 04:00PM

XFX RX 570 RS 8GB XXX Edition Review

XFX RX 570 RS 8GB XXX Edition Review

» July 28, 2018 04:00PM

A Look at RX Vega 64 Efficiency

A Look at RX Vega 64 Efficiency

» June 28, 2018 04:00PM

GTX 1070 Ti Overclocking Guide

GTX 1070 Ti Overclocking Guide

» April 15, 2018 04:00PM

SAPPHIRE NITRO+ Radeon RX VEGA 56 Limited Edition 8G HBM2  Review

SAPPHIRE NITRO+ Radeon RX VEGA 56 Limited Edition 8G HBM2 Review

» January 15, 2018 04:00PM

PowerColor Red Devil RX VEGA 56 8GB HBM2 Review

PowerColor Red Devil RX VEGA 56 8GB HBM2 Review

» January 10, 2018 04:00PM

MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio Review

MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio Review

» November 30, 2017 04:00PM

MSI GTX 1070 Ti Titanium 8G Review

MSI GTX 1070 Ti Titanium 8G Review

» November 19, 2017 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Founders Edition Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Founders Edition Review

» November 4, 2017 04:00PM

GTX 1080 Ti Overclocking Guide

GTX 1080 Ti Overclocking Guide

» August 7, 2017 04:00PM

XFX Radeon RX 580  8GB GTS Black Edition Review

XFX Radeon RX 580 8GB GTS Black Edition Review

» April 26, 2017 04:00PM

MSI GTX 1080 Ti Armor 11G Review

MSI GTX 1080 Ti Armor 11G Review

» April 24, 2017 04:00PM

XFX RX 460 4GB Slim Single Review

XFX RX 460 4GB Slim Single Review

» April 19, 2017 04:00PM

PowerColor Radeon Red Devil RX 580 8GB Golden Sample Review

PowerColor Radeon Red Devil RX 580 8GB Golden Sample Review

» April 17, 2017 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition Review

» March 22, 2017 04:00PM

OCC's Top 3 Video Cards of 2016

OCC's Top 3 Video Cards of 2016

» January 23, 2017 04:00PM

GTX 1070 Overclocking Guide

GTX 1070 Overclocking Guide

» January 9, 2017 04:00PM

PowerColor Devil Box Redux Review

PowerColor Devil Box Redux Review

» December 15, 2016 04:00PM

XFX RX 480 XXX GTR Review

XFX RX 480 XXX GTR Review

» December 13, 2016 04:00PM

MSI RX 480 Gaming X 8G Review

MSI RX 480 Gaming X 8G Review

» December 6, 2016 04:00PM

XFX Hard Swap Quick Change Fan Review

XFX Hard Swap Quick Change Fan Review

» November 16, 2016 04:00PM

Galax GTX 1070 EXOC Sniper Review

Galax GTX 1070 EXOC Sniper Review

» November 10, 2016 04:00PM

PowerColor Devil Box Review

PowerColor Devil Box Review

» October 29, 2016 04:00PM

MSI GTX 1050 Gaming X 2G Review

MSI GTX 1050 Gaming X 2G Review

» October 24, 2016 04:00PM

MSI RX 470 Gaming X 8G Review

MSI RX 470 Gaming X 8G Review

» October 22, 2016 04:00PM

PowerColor Red Devil RX 480 8GB Review

PowerColor Red Devil RX 480 8GB Review

» August 29, 2016 04:00PM

Sapphire Nitro+ RX 480 4GB Review

Sapphire Nitro+ RX 480 4GB Review

» July 30, 2016 04:00PM

MSI GTX 1060 Gaming X 6G Review

MSI GTX 1060 Gaming X 6G Review

» July 20, 2016 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Founders Edition Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Founders Edition Review

» July 18, 2016 04:00PM

MSI Gaming 3 and 4-way SLI Bridge Connector Review

MSI Gaming 3 and 4-way SLI Bridge Connector Review

» June 19, 2016 04:00PM

MSI GTX 1080 & GTX 1070 Gaming X 8G Overclocking Review

MSI GTX 1080 & GTX 1070 Gaming X 8G Overclocking Review

» June 16, 2016 04:00PM

MSI GTX 1080 & GTX 1070 Gaming X 8G Review

MSI GTX 1080 & GTX 1070 Gaming X 8G Review

» June 11, 2016 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Overclocking Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Overclocking Review

» May 30, 2016 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition Review

» May 28, 2016 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Overclocking Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Overclocking Review

» May 17, 2016 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition Review

» May 16, 2016 04:00PM

NVIDIA Unveils GTX 1080 and GTX 1070

NVIDIA Unveils GTX 1080 and GTX 1070

» May 6, 2016 04:00PM

XFX R9 Fury Triple Dissipation Review

XFX R9 Fury Triple Dissipation Review

» April 25, 2016 04:00PM

XFX R9 380X DD XXX OC Review

XFX R9 380X DD XXX OC Review

» December 9, 2015 04:00PM

PowerColor PCS+ R9 380X Myst Edition Review

PowerColor PCS+ R9 380X Myst Edition Review

» December 2, 2015 04:00PM

Sapphire R7 370 Nitro Review

Sapphire R7 370 Nitro Review

» September 29, 2015 04:00PM

XFX R9 390X Review

XFX R9 390X Review

» September 23, 2015 04:00PM

MSI GTX 980 Ti Lightning Review

MSI GTX 980 Ti Lightning Review

» August 27, 2015 04:00PM

PNY GTX 980 XLR8 Review

PNY GTX 980 XLR8 Review

» August 23, 2015 04:00PM

ASUS, MSI, EVGA GTX 950 Review

ASUS, MSI, EVGA GTX 950 Review

» August 19, 2015 04:00PM

PNY GTX 960 XLR8 Review

PNY GTX 960 XLR8 Review

» July 19, 2015 04:00PM

PowerColor PCS+ R9 390 8GB Review

PowerColor PCS+ R9 390 8GB Review

» June 21, 2015 04:00PM

MSI R9 380 Gaming  2G Review

MSI R9 380 Gaming 2G Review

» June 17, 2015 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Review

» May 30, 2015 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X Review

» March 16, 2015 04:00PM

NVIDIA, MSI, EVGA GTX 960 Review

NVIDIA, MSI, EVGA GTX 960 Review

» January 21, 2015 04:00PM

XFX R9 285 Double Dissipation Black Edition Review

XFX R9 285 Double Dissipation Black Edition Review

» November 30, 2014 04:00PM

MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G Review

MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G Review

» November 16, 2014 04:00PM

MSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G Review

MSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G Review

» November 2, 2014 04:00PM

Diamond  Boost Radeon R9 270X Review

Diamond Boost Radeon R9 270X Review

» October 29, 2014 04:00PM

XFX  R7 250E Review

XFX R7 250E Review

» September 28, 2014 04:00PM

NVIDIA GTX 980 Review

NVIDIA GTX 980 Review

» September 17, 2014 04:00PM

Sapphire ITX Compact R9 285 OC Review

Sapphire ITX Compact R9 285 OC Review

» September 7, 2014 04:00PM

PowerColor R9 285 Turbo Duo Review

PowerColor R9 285 Turbo Duo Review

» September 4, 2014 04:00PM

PowerColor Devil 13 Dual Core R9 290X 8GB Review

PowerColor Devil 13 Dual Core R9 290X 8GB Review

» June 24, 2014 04:00PM

PowerColor Radeon R9 295X2 Review

PowerColor Radeon R9 295X2 Review

» June 4, 2014 04:00PM

NVIDIA 337.50 Driver Comparison

NVIDIA 337.50 Driver Comparison

» April 12, 2014 04:00PM

XFX R7 240 Review

XFX R7 240 Review

» March 23, 2014 04:00PM

Sapphire Vapor-X  R9 280X TRI-X OC Review

Sapphire Vapor-X R9 280X TRI-X OC Review

» March 19, 2014 04:00PM

PowerColor R9 290X PCS+ Review

PowerColor R9 290X PCS+ Review

» March 16, 2014 04:00PM

XFX R9 290X Double Dissipation Review

XFX R9 290X Double Dissipation Review

» March 12, 2014 04:00PM

ASUS R9 280X DirectCU II TOP & R9 270 DirectCU II OC Review

ASUS R9 280X DirectCU II TOP & R9 270 DirectCU II OC Review

» March 8, 2014 04:00PM

NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti & MSI GTX 750 Gaming Review

NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti & MSI GTX 750 Gaming Review

» February 17, 2014 04:00PM

XFX R7 250 Review

XFX R7 250 Review

» February 5, 2014 04:00PM

OCC 2013 Products of the Year

OCC 2013 Products of the Year

» December 29, 2013 04:00PM

OCC 2013 Products of the Year

PowerColor Devil R9 270X Review

PowerColor Devil R9 270X Review

» November 13, 2013 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce  GTX 780 Ti Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Review

» November 6, 2013 04:00PM

A look at NVIDIA's answer to the R9 290X from AMD and their partners.

PowerColor R9 290X OC Review

PowerColor R9 290X OC Review

» November 3, 2013 04:00PM

Sapphire R9 280X Toxic Review

Sapphire R9 280X Toxic Review

» October 26, 2013 04:00PM

MSI  R9 270X Hawk Review

MSI R9 270X Hawk Review

» October 13, 2013 04:00PM

AMD & NVIDIA 4K Gaming with the ASUS PQ321Q Review

AMD & NVIDIA 4K Gaming with the ASUS PQ321Q Review

» September 23, 2013 04:00PM

Delving into the world of 4K gaming performance with the ASUS PQ321Q and both NVIDIA and AMD graphics solutions.

MSI N760 Hawk Review

MSI N760 Hawk Review

» August 7, 2013 04:00PM

MSI Gaming N780 TF 3GD5/OC GeForce GTX 780 Review

MSI Gaming N780 TF 3GD5/OC GeForce GTX 780 Review

» July 31, 2013 04:00PM

Digging into the MSI GTX 780 Gaming to find out if all the custom touches put this card from MSI over the top.

PowerColor Devil HD 7870 Review

PowerColor Devil HD 7870 Review

» July 17, 2013 04:00PM

NVIDIA GTX 760 Review

NVIDIA GTX 760 Review

» June 24, 2013 04:00PM

MSI GTX 770 N770 TF 2GD5/OC Review

MSI GTX 770 N770 TF 2GD5/OC Review

» May 29, 2013 04:00PM

Taking a look at the new MSI GTX 770 Gaming with comparisons to the New GTX 770 reference card.

PowerColor Radeon HD 7870 Myst Edition Crossfire Review

PowerColor Radeon HD 7870 Myst Edition Crossfire Review

» May 25, 2013 04:00PM

Taking a second look at PowerColor's Myst Edition HD 7870, this time in Crossfire.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Review

» May 22, 2013 04:00PM

Testing out the latest from NVIDIA the GTX 780.

How to Install AMD Drivers Guide

How to Install AMD Drivers Guide

» May 20, 2013 04:00PM

How to Install NVIDIA Drivers Guide

How to Install NVIDIA Drivers Guide

» May 15, 2013 04:00PM

ECS GeForce GT 640 Review

ECS GeForce GT 640 Review

» May 12, 2013 04:00PM

Sapphire Radeon HD 7790  2GB OC Review

Sapphire Radeon HD 7790 2GB OC Review

» April 20, 2013 04:00PM

XFX R7790 Black Edition Overclocked Review

XFX R7790 Black Edition Overclocked Review

» April 17, 2013 04:00PM

PowerColor Radeon HD 7850 PCS+ Review

PowerColor Radeon HD 7850 PCS+ Review

» April 13, 2013 04:00PM

Frame Capture and Analysis Tools Review

Frame Capture and Analysis Tools Review

» March 31, 2013 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650Ti Boost  Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650Ti Boost Review

» March 25, 2013 04:00PM

NVIDIA fills out the sub $200 product stack with the GeForce GTX 650Ti Boost.

PowerColor Radeon HD 7790 Turbo Duo Review

PowerColor Radeon HD 7790 Turbo Duo Review

» March 23, 2013 04:00PM

Taking PowerColor's HD 7790 Turbo Duo for a spin.

Sapphire Radeon HD 7790 Dual-X OC Review

Sapphire Radeon HD 7790 Dual-X OC Review

» March 20, 2013 04:00PM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Gaming Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Gaming Review

» February 20, 2013 04:00PM

Putting NVIDIA's long awaited full implementation of its Keplar architecture through OCC's benchmark suite.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Review

» February 18, 2013 04:00PM

PowerColor PCS+ HD 7870 Myst Edition Review

PowerColor PCS+ HD 7870 Myst Edition Review

» January 2, 2013 04:00PM

An in depth look at the PowerColor PCS+ HD 7870 Myst Edition video card.

ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II Review

ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II Review

» December 26, 2012 04:00PM

Asus Matrix HD 7970 Platinum Review

Asus Matrix HD 7970 Platinum Review

» October 14, 2012 04:00PM

MSI GTX 650 Power Edition OC Review

MSI GTX 650 Power Edition OC Review

» October 9, 2012 04:00PM

NVIDIA Geforce GTX 650 Ti Review

NVIDIA Geforce GTX 650 Ti Review

» October 8, 2012 04:00PM

ASUS GTX 650 Ti DirectCU II TOP Review

ASUS GTX 650 Ti DirectCU II TOP Review

» October 8, 2012 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 7970 6GB Vapor-X GHz Edition Review

Sapphire HD 7970 6GB Vapor-X GHz Edition Review

» September 26, 2012 04:00PM

PowerColor Devil 13 HD 7990 Review

PowerColor Devil 13 HD 7990 Review

» September 15, 2012 04:00PM

ASUS GTX 660 DirectCU II TOP Review

ASUS GTX 660 DirectCU II TOP Review

» September 12, 2012 04:00PM

Patriot  Viper 3 Intel Extreme Masters Memory 1866MHz 16GB Review

Patriot Viper 3 Intel Extreme Masters Memory 1866MHz 16GB Review

» September 5, 2012 04:00PM

Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 Low Profile Review

Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 Low Profile Review

» August 29, 2012 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 7970 Vapor-X GHZ Edition Review

Sapphire HD 7970 Vapor-X GHZ Edition Review

» August 22, 2012 04:00PM

NVIDIA GTX 660Ti Roundup with ASUS, Galaxy, MSI Review

NVIDIA GTX 660Ti Roundup with ASUS, Galaxy, MSI Review

» August 15, 2012 04:00PM

Sapphire  HD 7970  6GB Toxic Edition Review

Sapphire HD 7970 6GB Toxic Edition Review

» July 15, 2012 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 7950 FleX Dual-X Edition 3GB Review

Sapphire HD 7950 FleX Dual-X Edition 3GB Review

» July 4, 2012 04:00PM

XFX Double Dissipation R7750 Review

XFX Double Dissipation R7750 Review

» June 26, 2012 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 7870 FleX Dual-X 2GB Review

Sapphire HD 7870 FleX Dual-X 2GB Review

» June 24, 2012 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 7970 Dual X Review

Sapphire HD 7970 Dual X Review

» June 11, 2012 04:00PM

MSI HD R7770 Power Edition Review

MSI HD R7770 Power Edition Review

» June 9, 2012 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 7770 Vapor-X OC Edition Review

Sapphire HD 7770 Vapor-X OC Edition Review

» May 15, 2012 04:00PM

NVIDIA GTX 670 Review

NVIDIA GTX 670 Review

» May 9, 2012 04:00PM

XFX HD 7870 and 7850 Double Dissipation Review

XFX HD 7870 and 7850 Double Dissipation Review

» May 6, 2012 04:00PM

NVIDIA GTX 690 Review

NVIDIA GTX 690 Review

» May 2, 2012 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 7870 Review

Sapphire HD 7870 Review

» April 30, 2012 04:00PM

NVIDIA GTX 680 Review

NVIDIA GTX 680 Review

» March 21, 2012 04:00PM

SAPPHIRE HD 7750 ULTIMATE Review

SAPPHIRE HD 7750 ULTIMATE Review

» March 18, 2012 04:00PM

PowerColor LCS HD7970 3GB  Review

PowerColor LCS HD7970 3GB Review

» March 10, 2012 04:00PM

XFX & Sapphire HD 7770 1GB Review

XFX & Sapphire HD 7770 1GB Review

» February 13, 2012 04:00PM

XFX & Sapphire HD 7950 3GB Review

XFX & Sapphire HD 7950 3GB Review

» January 29, 2012 04:00PM

XFX HD 7970 Black Edition Double Dissipation 3 GB Review

XFX HD 7970 Black Edition Double Dissipation 3 GB Review

» January 25, 2012 04:00PM

Galaxy GT 520 MDT Review

Galaxy GT 520 MDT Review

» January 24, 2012 04:00PM

Sapphire  HD 7970 3GB Review

Sapphire HD 7970 3GB Review

» January 8, 2012 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 6670 Low Profile Review

Sapphire HD 6670 Low Profile Review

» December 21, 2011 04:00PM

MSI N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition Review

MSI N560GTX-448 Twin Frozr III Power Edition Review

» November 28, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 6970 FleX Battlefield 3 Edition Review

Sapphire HD 6970 FleX Battlefield 3 Edition Review

» November 22, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 DiRT 3 Special Edition Review

Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 DiRT 3 Special Edition Review

» October 16, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 6850 1GB Vapor-X Edition

Sapphire HD 6850 1GB Vapor-X Edition

» October 1, 2011 04:00PM

Powercolor LCS HD 6990 4GB Review

Powercolor LCS HD 6990 4GB Review

» September 4, 2011 04:00PM

ASUS GTX580 MATRIX Review

ASUS GTX580 MATRIX Review

» August 24, 2011 04:00PM

ASUS ENGTX580 DirectCU II Review

ASUS ENGTX580 DirectCU II Review

» August 17, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire HD6950 2GB DiRT3 Toxic Edition Review

Sapphire HD6950 2GB DiRT3 Toxic Edition Review

» August 10, 2011 04:00PM

MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III Power Edition Review

MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III Power Edition Review

» July 20, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire HD6950 2GB DiRT3 Edition Review

Sapphire HD6950 2GB DiRT3 Edition Review

» July 4, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 6770 FleX Edition Review

Sapphire HD 6770 FleX Edition Review

» July 2, 2011 04:00PM

ASUS GTX570 DirectCU II Edition

ASUS GTX570 DirectCU II Edition

» June 29, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire HD6670 Ultimate, HD6750 & HD6770 Review

Sapphire HD6670 Ultimate, HD6750 & HD6770 Review

» June 22, 2011 04:00PM

MSI R6850 Cyclone Power Edition Review

MSI R6850 Cyclone Power Edition Review

» June 4, 2011 04:00PM

ASUS HD 6950 Review

ASUS HD 6950 Review

» May 31, 2011 04:00PM

PowerColor HD6950 PCS+ Review

PowerColor HD6950 PCS+ Review

» May 23, 2011 04:00PM

Gigabyte GTX 560 OC Review

Gigabyte GTX 560 OC Review

» May 16, 2011 04:00PM

MSI N560GTX-Ti Hawk Review

MSI N560GTX-Ti Hawk Review

» May 14, 2011 04:00PM

XFX HD Radeon 6790 Review

XFX HD Radeon 6790 Review

» May 4, 2011 04:00PM

XFX Radeon HD 6870 Black Edition Review

XFX Radeon HD 6870 Black Edition Review

» April 30, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire Radeon HD6670 Review

Sapphire Radeon HD6670 Review

» April 24, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire HD5830 Xtreme & HD5850 Xtreme Review

Sapphire HD5830 Xtreme & HD5850 Xtreme Review

» April 10, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire HD6790 Review

Sapphire HD6790 Review

» April 6, 2011 04:00PM

PowerColor HD 6790 Review

PowerColor HD 6790 Review

» April 3, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 6950 Flex Edition Review

Sapphire HD 6950 Flex Edition Review

» April 2, 2011 04:00PM

ASUS HD 6970 Review

ASUS HD 6970 Review

» March 30, 2011 04:00PM

XFX HD6950 1GB Overclocked Edition Review

XFX HD6950 1GB Overclocked Edition Review

» March 26, 2011 04:00PM

NVIDIA GTX 590 Review

NVIDIA GTX 590 Review

» March 23, 2011 04:00PM

MSI N550GTX Ti 1GB Review

MSI N550GTX Ti 1GB Review

» March 14, 2011 04:00PM

ASUS GTX550 Ti DirectCU TOP Review

ASUS GTX550 Ti DirectCU TOP Review

» March 14, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire Radeon HD 6990 Review

Sapphire Radeon HD 6990 Review

» March 12, 2011 04:00PM

PowerColor Radeon HD 6970 LCS  Review

PowerColor Radeon HD 6970 LCS Review

» March 2, 2011 04:00PM

Diamond All-in-Wonder HD Premium 5000 Review

Diamond All-in-Wonder HD Premium 5000 Review

» February 27, 2011 04:00PM

Palit GTX 570 Sonic Platinum Review

Palit GTX 570 Sonic Platinum Review

» February 20, 2011 04:00PM

Sapphire HD6870 Vapor-X Review

Sapphire HD6870 Vapor-X Review

» February 9, 2011 04:00PM

ASUS  GTX 570  Review

ASUS GTX 570 Review

» February 2, 2011 04:00PM

AXLE GT 430 Classic Review

AXLE GT 430 Classic Review

» January 25, 2011 04:00PM

NVIDIA, ASUS GTX 560 Ti Review

NVIDIA, ASUS GTX 560 Ti Review

» January 24, 2011 04:00PM

MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin FROZR II Review

MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin FROZR II Review

» January 24, 2011 04:00PM

ASUS EAH6870 DirectCU Review

ASUS EAH6870 DirectCU Review

» January 16, 2011 04:00PM

AMD  HD 6970 and HD 6950 Review

AMD HD 6970 and HD 6950 Review

» December 13, 2010 04:00PM

NVIDIA Geforce GTX 570  Review

NVIDIA Geforce GTX 570 Review

» December 6, 2010 04:00PM

ASUS GTX 580 Review

ASUS GTX 580 Review

» November 28, 2010 04:00PM

PowerColor Radeon HD 6870 PCS+ Call Of Duty Edition  Review

PowerColor Radeon HD 6870 PCS+ Call Of Duty Edition Review

» November 27, 2010 04:00PM

ASUS EAH6850 DirectCU  OC Edition Review

ASUS EAH6850 DirectCU OC Edition Review

» November 24, 2010 04:00PM

PowerColor 6850 PCS+ Review

PowerColor 6850 PCS+ Review

» November 22, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 6850  Toxic Review

Sapphire HD 6850 Toxic Review

» November 14, 2010 04:00PM

XFX HD 6850 Black Edition Review

XFX HD 6850 Black Edition Review

» November 10, 2010 04:00PM

NVIDIA GTX 580 Review

NVIDIA GTX 580 Review

» November 8, 2010 04:00PM

PowerColor HD5770 Crossfire Review

PowerColor HD5770 Crossfire Review

» November 3, 2010 04:00PM

MSI N460GTX Hawk Review

MSI N460GTX Hawk Review

» October 27, 2010 04:00PM

AMD 6800 Series  Review

AMD 6800 Series Review

» October 20, 2010 04:00PM

ASUS ENGT430 Review

ASUS ENGT430 Review

» October 10, 2010 04:00PM

Palit GTS 450 Sonic Platinum  Review

Palit GTS 450 Sonic Platinum Review

» September 26, 2010 04:00PM

Nvidia, Asus, Inno3D GTS 450 Review

Nvidia, Asus, Inno3D GTS 450 Review

» September 11, 2010 04:00PM

ECS  GTX 460 Black Review

ECS GTX 460 Black Review

» September 8, 2010 04:00PM

XFX Radeon HD 5970 Black Edition Limited Review

XFX Radeon HD 5970 Black Edition Limited Review

» September 6, 2010 04:00PM

ASUS ENGTX460 TOP Review

ASUS ENGTX460 TOP Review

» August 22, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 5770 FleX Review

Sapphire HD 5770 FleX Review

» August 11, 2010 04:00PM

PowerColor 5770 PCS+ Vortex Review

PowerColor 5770 PCS+ Vortex Review

» August 7, 2010 04:00PM

Palit GTX 460 1GB Sonic Platinum Review

Palit GTX 460 1GB Sonic Platinum Review

» July 15, 2010 04:00PM

Inno3D GTX 460 1GB OC Review

Inno3D GTX 460 1GB OC Review

» July 12, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire Radeon HD 5670 Ultimate & HD 5550 OC Review

Sapphire Radeon HD 5670 Ultimate & HD 5550 OC Review

» July 11, 2010 04:00PM

Axle Radeon HD 5450 Review

Axle Radeon HD 5450 Review

» July 1, 2010 04:00PM

Asus EAH5870 v2 Review

Asus EAH5870 v2 Review

» June 26, 2010 04:00PM

XFX HD 5450 Review

XFX HD 5450 Review

» June 19, 2010 04:00PM

XFX HD 5570 Review

XFX HD 5570 Review

» June 14, 2010 04:00PM

Powercolor Radeon HD 5550 Review

Powercolor Radeon HD 5550 Review

» June 8, 2010 04:00PM

ASUS ENGTX465 Review

ASUS ENGTX465 Review

» June 2, 2010 04:00PM

Inno3D GTX 470 Hawk Review

Inno3D GTX 470 Hawk Review

» May 19, 2010 04:00PM

Asus GT240 1GB Review

Asus GT240 1GB Review

» May 17, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire HD5550 Ultimate Review

Sapphire HD5550 Ultimate Review

» May 4, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire Toxic HD 5970 4GB Review

Sapphire Toxic HD 5970 4GB Review

» April 26, 2010 04:00PM

Diamond Radeon HD5770 XOC Review

Diamond Radeon HD5770 XOC Review

» April 17, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire Radeon HD 5870 Toxic 2GB Review

Sapphire Radeon HD 5870 Toxic 2GB Review

» April 6, 2010 04:00PM

Ladybird GTX 285 Review

Ladybird GTX 285 Review

» April 3, 2010 04:00PM

XFX Radeon 5830 Review

XFX Radeon 5830 Review

» March 31, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire  Radeon HD 5850 Toxic 2GB Review

Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 Toxic 2GB Review

» March 29, 2010 04:00PM

Nvidia GTX 480 Review

Nvidia GTX 480 Review

» March 25, 2010 04:00PM

PowerColor Radeon HD 5870 PCS+ Review

PowerColor Radeon HD 5870 PCS+ Review

» March 6, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 5830  Modern Warfare 2 Edition Review

Sapphire HD 5830 Modern Warfare 2 Edition Review

» February 23, 2010 04:00PM

PowerColor Radeon HD 5970 LCS Review

PowerColor Radeon HD 5970 LCS Review

» February 21, 2010 04:00PM

MSI HD R5770 Hawk Review

MSI HD R5770 Hawk Review

» February 20, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire  Radeon HD 5850 Toxic OC Edition Review

Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 Toxic OC Edition Review

» February 16, 2010 04:00PM

ECS Geforce GT 240 Review

ECS Geforce GT 240 Review

» February 8, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 5570 1GB Review

Sapphire HD 5570 1GB Review

» February 7, 2010 04:00PM

ASUS ENGT240 Review

ASUS ENGT240 Review

» February 6, 2010 04:00PM

PowerColor Radeon HD 5750

PowerColor Radeon HD 5750

» February 3, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 5450 512MB Review

Sapphire HD 5450 512MB Review

» February 2, 2010 04:00PM

Axle GeForce G210 Review

Axle GeForce G210 Review

» January 30, 2010 04:00PM

 Fermi:  Codename GF 100 Closer Look

Fermi: Codename GF 100 Closer Look

» January 17, 2010 04:00PM

Sapphire HD 5670 1GB Review

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Video Cards News (30)

Price and Specs Leak for Radeon RX 590 Graphics Cards

Category: Video Cards
Posted: November 13, 2018 12:45PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

There have been rumors and leaks for a while now suggesting the coming of an RX 590 graphics card from AMD, featuring a Polaris 30 GPU manufactured on the 12 nm process also used by second generation Ryzen CPUs. Now VideoCardz is sharing information on this GPU it says it got from documents concerning its release. This new GPU will have a base clock of 1469 MHz, which is higher even than the RX 580's boost clock, and a boost clock of 1545 MHz. The RX 580 will also be paired with 8 GB of GDDR5 memory on a 256-bit memory bus. From the numbers VideoCardz pulled from the document, the RX 590 should be around 12% better than the RX 580, but it is worth noting these numbers apparently came from AMD's testing.

Of course what might be the most important number is the MSRP, and according to these documents, it will be $279. Purchasing one gets you more than the card though as apparently there is also a game bundle to go with the cards getting you Devil May Cry 5, The Division 2, and Resident Evil 2. The total worth of these games is $180.

Though the announcement for the RX 590 is not until November 15, apparently PowerColor accidentally put up its press release on its Red Devil RX 590 early and some managed to grab the link. It indicates the Red Devil RX 590 will have a higher boost clock of $1579 MHz, but will achieve this without increasing power consumption compared to the RX 580. The Red Devil will use an 8+6 pin power connection, though at least one leak I have seen suggests the GPU only needs an 8 pin connector, so the extra 6 pin may be for overclocking headroom. The Red Devil RX 590 will have DVI-D, HDMI, and three DisplayPort outputs, and will come with the three games listed earlier, from select eTailers come Thursday. VideoCardz has leaks of RX 590s from Sapphire, XFX, and ASRock as well, so in a couple days there will be some options for those looking to get one of these.

Source: VideoCardz and PowerColor



AMD Apparently Waiting on DXR Until Entire Product Stack Can Support It

Category: Video Cards
Posted: November 12, 2018 12:07PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

This bit of news could become rather interesting in the months and years ahead. 4Gamer, a Japanese gamer site, apparently got to interview David Wang, the Senior Vice President of Engineering for Radeon Technologies Group, and ask about support for DirectX Raytracing, or DXR. His answer was that AMD will continue to focus on accelerated ray tracing for offline CG production using Radeon ProRender, which has had support for accelerated ray tracing for years now, but support for ray tracing in games will wait until all product ranges, from low end to high end, can offer support.

Until that happens, this means NVIDIA will be the only source of DXR supporting GPUs, at least with its RTX line. I do not believe it has been stated if non-RTX GPUs will support DXR, which is able to utilize NVIDIA's RT cores but does not specifically require them, but that could further restrict the ability to use DXR and potentially also its deployment in games. AMD's commitment to waiting until the entire product stack can support DXR though also signals the company may not want to see the technology limited to the most powerful and most expensive graphics cards. Whether this means the upcoming Navi architecture, to be built on TSMCs 7 nm process will have support is unclear, as some speculate Navi might be intended to cover the entire product stack. Something else to wonder is how the next generation of consoles may be impacted, as currently AMD created the SOCs for both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 families. We will just have to wait and see how things develops, but then we also need to wait to see DXR put to use as no games support it yet, Microsoft needs to release the Fall 2018 update for Windows 10 for support it as well.

Source: WCCFTech



Radeon RX 590 Allegedly Launching November 15 for $300

Category: Video Cards
Posted: October 29, 2018 06:23AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

In recent weeks there have been rumors of AMD releasing a new Polaris-based graphics card, potentially using GlobalFoundries 12 nm process (current Polaris and Vega GPUs use the company's 14 nm process). This new GPU will supposedly be clocked higher than the current Polaris cards and be named the RX 590 and now rumors are suggesting a launch date of November 15. The rumor also claims it may cost around $300, but this is based on a 2099 Chinese Yuan value, and prices can vary between regions and countries by more than the currency conversion. I believe most are expecting or at least hoping the rumored GPU would come in less than that, to be a more competitive offering, especially with the holiday season coming up.

Source: WCCFTech



ASUS Supposedly Working on Radeon RX 590 Graphics Card

Category: Video Cards
Posted: October 19, 2018 04:40AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

VideoCardz is reporting its source with ASUS has informed them the AIB company is preparing an RX 590 ROG STRIX graphics card. Based on the product code, this graphics card will have 8 GB of VRAM but all we know past that comes from a 3DMark database entry recently discovered. This entry shows a clockspeed of 1545 MHz, which is 205 MHz above the RX 580 boost clock, but the memory speed is the same, suggesting it is using the same subsystem. The speculation is these RX 590 GPUs are the result of Polaris being brought to 12 nm, resulting in improved power efficiency, enabling the higher clock speed. There is no information on pricing, nor when it may be available, but it does show AMD is preparing for another GPU launch this year, targeting the mid-range, so not a response to NVIDIA's RTX graphics cards.

Source: VideoCardz



AMD May be Launching 12 nm Polaris30 GPUs Soon

Category: Video Cards
Posted: October 8, 2018 10:15AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

It was not long ago that a new PCI ID appeared in the AMD Linux driver tied to the Polaris family of GPUs. Now there are rumors the company may be preparing to launch successors to the RX 570 and RX 580 based on a 12 nm version of Polaris; Polaris 30. According to the rumor, the supposed RX 670 would launch first and have the same number of stream processors as the RX 570, 2048. The alleged launch period for this GPU is October 12-15, so within a week. The RX 680 is expected to follow in November, and sport 2304 stream processors, like the RX 580.

Naturally with this news many have been speculating on what performance we might be able to expect. When AMD moved from 14 nm to 12 nm for the Ryzen CPUs we saw a bump in speeds, so these are expected to be faster but it is unknown if there might be some architectural tweaks as well. Only time will tell on that front, but at least it will not be long before we know both that and the pricing. The speculation from TweakTown is to see the RX 670 at around $200 to $250 with the RX 680 being between $280 and $350.

Source: Tweak Town



Arcturus GPU Codename Revealed by AMD

Category: Video Cards
Posted: September 27, 2018 06:00AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

While Phoronix is the source, this is not news coming from a Linux patch, but instead from the site's forums, which some AMD representatives are active on. The original post from user bridgman, an AMD Linux liaison, was in the thread for a news item covering new interrupt rings being added for the Vega 10 GPU, in response to another forum user sharing their opinion on AMD GPU codenames, and how it move from codenames being separate from marketing names, to now the codenames and marketing names are related. (You find the codename Vega10 GPU in the RX Vega 56 and RX Vega 64 graphics cards, and I have seen this lead to confusion.) His statement was that AMD are going back to real codenames when possible, returning to a "the name vaguely suggests HW generation so it will be easier to remember in the future" model. The first of these codenames is Arcturus, a star in the Bootes constellation, following the pattern of Polaris, Vega, and Navi.

At this point, all we have is this next name Arcturus, and nothing more. It and others may start appearing in Linux drivers though, as a means to allow earlier enablement, but as these codenames are separate from the marketing name, this enablement will not expose any additional information. Although, bridgman did also state the names are picked randomly from the category of bright stars, in case anyone was curious.

Source: Phoronix



AMD Potentially Readying Another Polaris GPU

Category: Video Cards
Posted: September 20, 2018 07:59AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

Once again the patches to Linux from AMD have revealed something new, but this one is a bit more unusual than some we have seen before as the new PCI ID is for a Polaris GPU. Polaris was first available in the Radeon RX 400 series of graphics cards two years ago, and was then refreshed for the RX 500 series. This new ID is 0x6FDF, which the Phoronix writer states he has not seen referenced anywhere previously. It is listed as part of the "POLARIS10" family, and for those of you thinking that might mean this is based on an older version of Polaris, as the RX 500 series was Polaris 20, the Linux driver lists Polaris 20 in this same family, so this could be another version of Polaris 20 or something new. Whatever it is, its ultimate destination is also unknown, as it could easily be a specialized product for a specific market.

Something that makes this discovery particularly interesting is that typically when a company is going to launch a new GPU it reserves multiple PCI IDs, but here it was just one added. These reserved IDs are not always used and sometimes the difference between the devices they are assigned to is as simple as being an OEM product or not. Still, this is curious as it might mean we could see a new Polaris-based product in the future, along with Vega 12, Vega 20, Raven2, and Picasso. Of those GPUs, it is only Vega 20 we have much information about as it is almost certainly the 7 nm Vega GPU destined for compute applications in the Vega Instinct card. Vega 12 is still a mystery and while we know Raven2 and Picasso would be the GPUs in future APUs, we do not know the relative placement of these two products.

Source: Phoronix



NVIDIA Shares General Performance Graphs for Turing GPUs

Category: Video Cards
Posted: September 13, 2018 12:38PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

Next week marks the launch of NVIDIA's Turing-based GeForce RTX 20 series graphics cards, but while it is only a week away, there is still a lot of speculation about how these cards will perform. NVIDIA was keen to show off the architecture's ray tracing performance when they were announced, but there was little information about performance for traditional rendering methods, or the information was clouded by the use of DLSS, Deep Learning Super Sampling. From what I have seen, DLSS works by using a pre-trained neural network to better upscale images for a game, so it can actually be rendered at a lower resolution, significantly improving performance. Anyway, now NVIDIA has shown off another graph with some generalized performance information on it at GTC Japan 2018.

According to one graph, the RTX 2080 is capable of 4K at 60 FPS, without DLSS, and is faster than the GTX 1080 Ti. With DLSS, the performance is even greater. Just how much greater though is unknown because, like many marketing graphs, there is no y-scale, or really even much of a y-axis (the only mark is for 4K 60 FPS). While WCCFtech does have the graphs, there is no information on what games or benchmarks were used to arrive at these performance values, or what settings were used.

According to VideoCardz last week, the embargo on RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti reviews ends on September 19, so we should learn more then.

Source: WCCFtech



Embargoes for GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Reviews May Have Changed to September 19

Category: Video Cards
Posted: September 11, 2018 08:29AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

This is likely not the news those interested in the upcoming GeForce RTX 20 Series want to see, assuming it is accurate. According to VideoCardz, reviewers have been having a hard time getting samples for testing, and this has become enough of a problem that NVIDIA has pushed the embargo date back on the RTX 2080 to September 19. The pre-orders for the cards are supposed to start shipping on September 20. This date also matches the embargo date for RTX 2080 Ti reviews, where previously the dates would have had the RTX 2080 reviews out two days prior (September 17). The embargo on articles covering the Turing architecture the RTX 20 series uses is supposed to lift on September 14.

Complicating this situation all the more is that apparently drivers have not been provided yet. This means even if you have a review unit, testing performance is potentially pointless for the time being, assuming you can get it running without proper drivers. The situation with how drivers are being delivered is actually something HardOCP wrote about a couple weeks ago, as its sources indicated drivers are being delivered exclusively by NVIDIA and not AIB partners, and only after signing NVIDIA's multi-year NDA.

Source: VideoCardz and HardOCP



Vega 20 Supports XGMI Based on Linux Patches

Category: Video Cards
Posted: September 5, 2018 10:30AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

While it is true that currently our best knowledge on the Vega 20 GPU from AMD will be destined for compute applications, this first 7 nm GPU is still a source of some interesting news. Today it was spotted in Linux patches explicit support for XGMI for Vega 20. This technology is a high-speed, peer-to-peer interconnect, so it would allow multiple GPUs to work together and it is based on Infinity Fabric. Global Memory Interconnect, GMI, is already used for connecting the dies on Threadripper and EPYC CPUs from AMD with XGMI, inter-chip GMI, powering the connections between EPYC processors on multi-socket boards.

For a GPU destined for compute applications, such an interconnect makes sense, as NVIDIA has already demonstrated with its NVLink technology. Unfortunately we do not know if XGMI will need a special hardware connector between the cards or if it can be run over PCIe. We do know Vega 20 is supposed to support PCIe 4.0. Still, there is an intriguing possibility with XGMI on the GPU, and that is the potential for it to be leveraged to connect GPU and CPU, for the appropriate workload. That possibility is purely speculative at this point, but is still an interesting concept.

The expectation is for Vega 20-based products to launch later this year, but the only one known of is the Vega Instinct compute card, which is not meant for gaming.

Source: Phoronix



Strange Brigade is First Game with Vulkan Multi-GPU Implementation

Category: Video Cards
Posted: September 5, 2018 09:57AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

It appears this news is actually from a week ago but it went unnoticed by for a while. Strange Brigade is the latest game from Rebellion Developments, the same company behind the Sniper Elite series, and it worked with AMD to implement support for both Vulkan and DirectX 12. Both of these are low-level APIs that can reduce CPU overhead by reducing the need for the CPU to translate commands and improve access to hardware features. One example of something possible with these APIs is for the game to directly allow for multi-GPU configurations, instead of relying on a separate, driver-side technology like Crossfire and SLI. While DirectX 12 had this capability from the beginning, Vulkan more recently received it and now Strange Brigade is the first game to actually use it. According to AMD, so take it with the appropriate amount of skepticism, using this mGPU capability with Vulkan achieves nearly perfect scaling with the RX Vega 56. The graph shown at the source has the RX Vega 56 with mGPU disabled reaching 53.8 FPS with Vulkan at the Ultra Preset running at 4K. That is actually fairly impressive on its own, but with a second RX Vega 56 it reached 102.3 FPS, which is a factor of 1.9x faster.

While systems with multiple discrete GPUs are not common, this capability still has a great deal of potential because, unlike Crossfire and SLI, it is possible to implement it to work with mismatched GPUs. This applies for both mismatched GPUs for performance and for manufacturer, so you could potentially see a benefit when an integrated GPU is used with a discrete GPU, and even when using both an AMD and NVIDIA graphics card.

Source: AMD



More Vega 12 Code Appears in Open Source Drivers

Category: Video Cards
Posted: August 24, 2018 06:46AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

AMD's decision to create and support open source drivers for its GPUs on Linux has led to some interesting reveals, as unreleased and even unannounced products will appear in the code. Some months ago a Vega 12 GPU appeared, and it is still not known what exactly it is, but now the driver code gives us a look at the hardware. From the code shown by Phoronix, it appears Vega 12 is a cut down design compared to the full size Vega 10 used in the RX Vega 56, RX Vega 64, and other discrete Vega-based cards. While Vega 10 has 16 compute units in each of the four compute engines, resulting in 64 in total this Vega 12 GPU is listed as only having five per engine, so a total of 20. That does make this a significantly cut-down chip. It is also marked as stepping 4, while Vega 10 is stepping 0, and that it supports stereo rendering.

Some are speculating this might be the discrete mobile Vega GPU AMD showed off at CES but has yet to launch. Others think this could be used to replace the Polaris-based RX 500 series, and if this is the case it will almost certainly use a different memory controller as well, to work with GDDR5 or GDDR6 instead of HBM2. For now, only AMD knows but as more work is done on this software we can expect the product to come closer to an announcement.

Source: Phoronix and Github (Commit)



MSI Reveals Custom NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU Series

Category: Video Cards
Posted: August 20, 2018 09:36AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


The release of NVIDIA's newly announced GeForce RTX 20 series powered by the company's Turing architecture has been hotly anticipated by many. Of course it is not just the release of the reference version of the graphics card, but those from AIB partners. Now we have information from MSI on what its versions of the GeForce RTX 20 series of graphics cards.

Delivering the top thermal performance for their class are the GAMING TRIO and DUKE series, featuring new premium designs and triple fans. The VENTUS features a minimalist dual-fan design and the AERO has a blower-type design that will exhaust the hot air out the back of your case. For those of you looking for some more advanced cooling than the GAMING TRIO or DUKE though, there will be a SEA HAWK version as well, with hybrid air and liquid cooling. This will make liquid cooling accessible for many with ease of installation and its maintenance-free design.

By the way, the NVIDA Store page for the series is up currently, so you can visit there if you want to check out reference specifications or pre-order a Founders Edition version of the RTX 2080 or RTX 2080 Ti. The RTX 2080 will cost $799 and the RTX 2080 Ti comes in at $1199. Both will ship on or around September 20, so in one month. The RTX 2070 is also listed at $599, but is only marked to notify you when it becomes available.

Source: MSI



Intel Teases Future Discrete GPU on Twitter with 2020 Target

Category: Video Cards
Posted: August 16, 2018 05:05AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

For several months Intel has been making moves to bring its own discrete GPU to a reality, such as the hiring of Raja Koduri, the former head of Radeon Technologies Group. Such a move by the company to enter this market is of great interest to many, if only to see a disruption to the currently duopoly between AMD and NVIDIA. Now we have a little more information on Intel's efforts via a 'We will set our graphics free' tweet from @IntelGraphics, including a teaser video. The video makes several claims about the successes of the Intel GPUs built into many of their CPUs, and then ends with a silhouette of something resembling a graphics card that is stated as coming in 2020.

Previously there were rumors putting the reveal of an Intel dGPU at CES 2019, and perhaps this will still be true, but as only a paper reveal and/or only professional parts, not consumer parts. Undoubtedly Intel's interest in entering the GPU market is also to produce and sell them for use in data centers and for machine learning applications. Hopefully whatever they produce will also be able to game well.

Source: Twitter (@IntelGraphics)



NVIDIA Shows Off Quadro RTX Cards at SIGGRAPH 2018

Category: Video Cards
Posted: August 14, 2018 06:06AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

Technically this is only half of the announcement so many have been waiting for, but it is still an important half. NVIDIA announced three new graphics cards using its Turing GPU architecture, but these are all targeting the professional workspace. It is still the first official glimpse at the capabilities of the Turing architecture, and so we can get an idea of what NVIDIA is working with for its next generation of consumer-aimed GeForce GPUs.

The three cards announced are the Quadro RTX 8000, Quadro RTX 6000, and Quadro RTX 5000. One of the features of Turing these cards all share are RT Cores, as NVIDIA calls them, which are responsible for the accelerated ray tracing the manufacturer is pushing very heavily. According to NVIDIA, both the RTX 8000 and RTX 6000 are capable of 10 GigaRays/sec while the RTX 5000 reaches 6 GigaRays/sec. This lines up with the CUDA and Tensor core counts also stated, with both the RTX 8000 and RTX 6000 having 4608 CUDA core and 576 Tensor cores, while the RTX 5000 has 3072 CUDA and 384 Tensor cores. NVIDIA is claiming the 4608 CUDA cores will allow the Turing GPU to reach 16 TFLOPS and 16 IOPS (integer operations per second). All three cards will use Samsung-produced GDDR6 memory, with the RTX 8000 sporting 48 GB, RTX 6000 halving it at 24 GB, and the RTX 5000 coming in at 16 GB. Utilizing NVLink to connect two RTX 8000 cards though gets you up to 96 GB with up-to 100 GB/s data transfer.

The estimated price of these cards is $10,000 for the Quadro RTX 8000, $6300 for the Quadro RTX 6000, and $2300 for the Quadro RTX 5000. They are expected to be available in Q4 of this year. Unfortunately, we do not have any specific information on the next round of GeForce cards, although NVIDIA has shared a teaser video (below) that supposedly contains hints, and the belief is an announcement is coming at Gamescom 2018, which starts next week.

 

 

Source: NVIDIA



Radeon Pro WX 8200 Announced by AMD for $999

Category: Video Cards
Posted: August 13, 2018 08:36AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

This week marks SIGGRAPH 2018, a conference focused just on computer graphics, so naturally it is a good time to announce new graphics products and technologies, for both consumers and professionals. Actually announced yesterday, AMD has revealed its new Radeon Pro WX 8200 workstation graphics card, which is based on the Vega 10 GPU and costs $999. The Vega 10 GPU is what you will find in basically all discrete graphics cards using Vega, including the RX Vega 64 and RX Vega 56. As far as specs go, this card is similar to the RX Vega 56, so a slightly cut down version of the Vega 10 GPU, but being a workstation card has special features such as ECC memory and dedicated AMD Secure Processor for IP-sensitive tasks.

Something interesting about the memory for the WX 8200 is that while it is still HBM2, like we see used in all discrete Vega cards, it is clocked higher, reaching 2.0 Gbps, as opposed to the 1.89 Gbps seen on the more expensive ($2199) WX 9100. This boost in speed could prove helpful for its intended use of professional workloads, including real-time visualization, physically-based rendering, and VR.

Announced at the same time, two new plug-ins are coming for AMD's Radeon ProRender, the company's high-performance physically-based rendering engine that CAD designers and 3D artists can take advantage of. These two new plug-ins are PTC Creo for allowing designers and engineers to quickly created rendered visualizations of their products, and Pixar USD viewport, for those building a USD Hydra viewport as this adds path-traced rendering for accurate previews.

AMD will also be showing off AI rendering with ROCm and Radeon Pro WX graphics card, real-time viewport raytracing for DCC and CAD applications, Cloud ProRender for expanding rendering capacity with the power of the cloud, and PIX on Windows for performance tuning and debugging DirectX 12 games.

Source: AMD and Anandtech



NVIDIA Releases New Driver for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth

Category: Video Cards
Posted: August 1, 2018 07:11PM
Author: Grilka8050


Today NVIDIA launched a new driver for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth. This driver also includes optimization for Monster Hunter: World. These drivers provide the best experience for GeForce gamers because the engineers work up to the last minute to optimize and perfect the driver for the gamer’s experience. This (and all Game-Ready Drivers) are WHQL-certified by Microsoft. This driver update also includes fixes to previously-reported issues. Even if you don’t play WoW or MH, I’d still download this driver. Happy Hunting!

You can download the new driver from the GeForce website.

Source: NVIDIA



NVIDIA GeForce 11 Series Launch Schedule Leaked

Category: Video Cards
Posted: July 24, 2018 09:53PM
Author: Grilka8050


Apparently, NVIDIA released some details to its AIB partners about their next generation of video cards. There have been a lot of rumors surrounding their release, with this adding even more fuel to the ever-expanding fire. This email that was sent to a YouTuber, Gamer Meld, is the source of our leaked information. It includes a launch schedule and some other interesting industry information.

The Schedule:

August 30th, 2018 - GeForce GTX 1180 

September 30th, 2018 - GeForce GTX 1170 and 1180+ 

October 30th - GeForce GTX 1160 

What an exciting autumn! That GTX 1180+ is an intriguing one, since is it like a Ti variant or just a GTX 1180 that's factory overclocked or with more memory bandwidth (or both)? There were some more juicy details in the email, too, including a “confirmation” of rumors about NVIDIA having a surplus of 10xx GPUs. This is the most likely reason that the launch dates were pushed back so far. As such, prices will probably fall between now and the August 30th launch date. 

Source: WCCFTech




NVIDIA GTX 1170 Benchmark Potentially Leaked

Category: Video Cards
Posted: July 22, 2018 12:30AM
Author: Grilka8050


The GTX 1170 has already been labeled a “1080 Ti killer,” based on previous leaks. This newest leak, if true, will confirm it. It allegedly has a 256-bit memory interface and 16GB of GDDR6 memory, with about a 2.5GHz clock speed. If these rumors prove true, this video card will be 38% faster than the GTX 1080.  

There are a few problems with this leak, however, so take this information with a grain of salt. Firstly, it’s based off a picture of a screen (rather than a screenshot), which can obviously be faked quite easily. Second, 3DMark’s online database doesn’t have a locatable entry on this photo. Third, this is displayed as “GTX 1170,” instead of “generic VGA”, which is what usually happens with early graphics card leaks. 3DMark usually has specs but no name with a graphics card leak this early on. The last red flag is that the clock speed is so high. A 2.5GHz speed out of this would be extremely unlikely. It looks like this new card will be one to watch out for, but as for these specs being true, I’m not holding my breath.

Source: Wccftech




ASRock GPU Roadmap Shown and Lacks New GPU Series

Category: Video Cards
Posted: July 9, 2018 05:53PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

Earlier this year ASRock entered the video card market by launching its Phantom Gaming series. All of the original cards are based on AMD's RX 500 series of GPUs, but now there are Vega-based Phantom Gaming cards too. A roadmap for future ASRock graphics cards has appeared and it demonstrates a continued commitment to staying in the market with a MK2 series launching apparently in August. Unfortunately what are not shown on the roadmap are MK2 versions of the Vega cards or any mention of a new GPU series from AMD, such as a potential RX 600 series.

The roadmap does stretch to around February or March, so this might be an indication that AMD is not launching anything new until then, or it might be the roadmap is not complete. There is also no mention of any MK2 Vega cards, but then these cards only just launched, so it may be premature to tease second versions. It may also be premature for a newcomer to the graphics card market to reveal a GPU manufacturer's unannounced products, so it is a little hard to interpret the significance of this information.

Source: Videocardz



Potential Prototype NVIDIA GeForce PCB Appears in Pictures

Category: Video Cards
Posted: June 26, 2018 05:16PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

In the ongoing series of rumors and speculation concerning the next series of GeForce GPUs from NVIDIA, we now have what looks like a prototype PCB for an NVIDIA graphics card. This prototype has a number of interesting features on it that might be present because it is a prototype or are indicative of what we can expect in a release product. On the list of likely to be indicative is the 12 GB of GDDR6 memory, and according to WCCFtech the Micron spec sheet indicates these will enable 14 GB/s over a 384-bit memory bus. Making the list as potentially just a prototype feature is the three 8-pin PCIe power connectors. Each 8-pin connector is specified to provide up to 150 W, so that is a potential 450 W for the GPU, memory, and board itself before going out of the spec (which is quite possible). It is possible this much power is only available to open up overclocking headroom, to see what the card will be capable of and is not how a final product will ship.

A curious feature present on the prototype board is the inclusion of NVLINK 2.0 connector. Thus far this connector has not been used on a consumer part, though it does offer more bandwidth than SLI connectors. Also, with both DirectX 12 and Vulkan supporting explicit multi-adapter for allowing multiple GPUs to work together without relying on SLI or AMD Crossfire (and even allowing both NVIDIA and AMD GPUs to work together) it would seem the future of SLI could be in question. It is possible the connector is there just because it is present on NVIDIA prototype PCBs and means nothing more than that. The image also shows four fans covering the VRMs so at least this design expects them to be handling a lot of power, but again, that might tell us more about the prototype than any future product.

Unfortunately the GPU itself is not installed, so we do not get a look at that. It will probably be in the next few months before the next GeForce series is released and by then many of our questions will likely be answered.

Source: WCCFtech



Industry Watchers Suggest NVIDIA May Launch New GeForce Series Late Q3

Category: Video Cards
Posted: June 22, 2018 08:10AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

In a Digitimes article covering the gaming notebook sector, the news outlet cites industry watches expecting NVIDIA to launch its next GPU series late in the third quarter. There have been a lot of rumors and speculation concerning when these highly expected GPUs will finally launch, with a number of suggested launch and announcement dates already behind us. This new expectation is based on the belief there will be significant increase in demand for gaming notebooks in H2 from gamers wanting to upgrade their systems following the release of the new GeForce cards.

Technically this is still a rumor and WCCFtech does point out one scenario that is probably not what any gamer would want to see; a staggered launch. It is possible, if highly unlikely, for NVIDIA to launch these expected mobile GPUs first with the desktop parts following later. Also something to consider is the reporting that NVIDIA has an oversupply issue, with one Taiwan OEM actually sending back 300,000 GPUs. NVIDIA would likely not want to diminish the interest in these unsold parts with a new series launching, but with demand too low to sell them and significant interest in the next series, that might be exactly what it needs to do.

Source: Digitimes and WCCFtech



NVIDIA Apparently Having Over-Supply Issue

Category: Video Cards
Posted: June 20, 2018 07:54AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

With the launch of the next series of GeForce GPUs still not on any public calendar, a lot of people have been asking questions as to why. According to some sources, it looks like a reason has to do with the current supply of graphics cards from NVIDIA, specifically the company made too many. With demand for GPUs being so high of late, from both gamers and cryptocurrency miners, NVIDIA apparently decided to increase manufacturing to satisfy the market. The problem is that demand from miners has been dropping recently, so fewer units are moving. While this has allowed pricing for a number of graphics cards to come closer to MSRP lately, it means there are storage facilities having to hold these unsold GPUs, and NVIDIA does not want to launch something new while sitting on product.

To give you an idea of just how severe this issue is, Seeking Alpha points out NVIDIA typically has significant influence over its partners, but one of the top three Taiwan OEMs still sent back 300,000 GPUs to the company. Additionally, this is the result of demand decreasing, and not the used-parts market being flooded with parts. NVIDIA has been buying up GDDR5 lately, too, which could be used to assemble boards with the unsold GPUs.

While there are still reasons to believe NVIDIA will launch its next GeForce series at least before the end of the year, if not in the coming months, this news does demonstrate how complicated launching a product can be. Something more to consider is how this might impact NVIDIA in the future, with how it deals with supply at times of potentially unstable demand.

Source: Seeking Alpha



Cooling Fan Manufacturer Expects Shipments to Increase in H2 2018

Category: Video Cards
Posted: June 19, 2018 12:46PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

If you are looking to upgrade your GPU but want to wait for the next series from AMD or NVIDIA before making a purchase, Power Logic just shared some information you might be interested in. Even if you are not familiar with Power Logic's name, you might know their products as they make cooling fans for computers, including those for graphics cards. The company is expecting a significant increase in orders in the second half of this year, which would be fed by people purchasing newly released GPUs.

Unfortunately H2 2018 is not very specific so we still do not know when we can expect new graphics cards, except by the end of the year. Still, this indicates something is coming in the months ahead.

Source: DigiTimes



AMD RTG Senior Vice President of Engineering Pledges New Graphics Products Yearly

Category: Video Cards
Posted: June 9, 2018 07:34AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

Computex 2018 has ended now and neither AMD nor NVIDIA provided any specific information on whatever their next consumer-targeting GPU will be. NVIDIA even said it will be a "long time" before its next series and while AMD did show off a new GPU, it was the 7 nm Vega 20 going to Radeon Instinct compute cards. AMD President and CEO Lisa Su did state though that 7 nm gaming GPUs are coming, but did not say when or if she was referring to Vega or potentially Navi, the following architecture.

None of that is exactly good news if you are looking forward to an upgrade over what is currently available, but David Wang, the Senior Vice President of Engineering at AMD's Radeon Technology Group made a pledge that is encouraging. The promise is that AMD will be releasing new graphics products yearly, with these products representing a new architecture, process change, or "maybe incremental architecture changes." This plan is to provide some kind of consistency and continuing to stimulate the excitement for something new coming.

Wang also stated that he feels "AMD had lost momentum" in the consumer markets as effort was put into chasing after AI. Perhaps ironically, the Vega 20 Radeon Instinct GPU shown off at Computex 2018 is actually targeting AI workloads. Still, this statement shows an interest in returning focus to the gaming-side of GPUs we all enjoy.

Source: PCWorld



Many NVIDIA GPUs May Need Firmware to Support Latest DisplayPort 1.3/1.4 Displays

Category: Video Cards
Posted: June 8, 2018 05:35PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

If you are looking at a new monitor that uses either DisplayPort 1.3 or 1.4 and are using an NVIDIA GPU, you might need to update its firmware. Apparently many NVIDIA GPUs need the update to address issues of blank screens on boot, or a hang on booting up the system. The company is providing a firmware update tool that will detect if the update is needed and allow the user to install it, which you can find at the source link below. If you are experiencing the issues mentioned, NVIDIA also has some possible workarounds to try until you get the update installed. First, try using a DVI or HDMI connection, then try a different monitor if you have one. After that NVIDIA recommends changing the boot mode from UEFI to Legacy, or the reverse, and finally trying a different graphics device, like a secondary or integrated GPU so you can get Windows and install the firmware.

The GPUs supported by this firmware update include the Titan X (Maxwell), Titan X (Pascal), and Titan XP, the GeForce GT 1030 up through the GTX 1080 Ti, the GTX 950 through the GTX 980 Ti, and the GTX 745, GTX 750, and GTX 750 Ti.

Source: NVIDIA



NVIDIA CEO States Next GeForce Series Not Coming Soon

Category: Video Cards
Posted: June 4, 2018 01:46PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

This is probably not the news some of you were hoping to hear coming out of Computex, but Jensen Huang, NVIDIA's CEO, stated the next series of GeForce GPUs will not be coming soon. In fact he says it's a long time from now, but made no definite statement. It looks like we will be with the GeForce 1000 series for a good bit longer, but at least it appears we will be hearing about what comes next in August. These statements were made at an invite-only event.

Source: VideoCardz



NVIDIA Will Discuss Its Next Mainstream GPU at HotChips

Category: Video Cards
Posted: June 1, 2018 09:03AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

This year's HotChips symposium on high-performance chips will be held from August 19 to August 21, and now we know on August 20 NVIDIA will be discussing its next generation mainstream GPU. While this does not necessarily tell us anything about when the highly anticipated GeForce GTX 1100 series will launch, at least we know we will learn more about its architecture and capabilities on that day. Currently, the dominant speculation is it will be based on the Turing architecture and be manufactured on the same 12 nm process as Volta. Beyond that everything is rumor and thus not necessarily reliable. On the bright side, it is entirely possible the GTX 1100 series will launch before HotChips 2018, but only time will tell.

Source: Phoronix



PowerColor to Launch RX Vega 56 Nano Edition at Computex

Category: Video Cards
Posted: May 15, 2018 06:34AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

For anyone looking forward to a Vega Nano graphics card, it looks like PowerColor has heard you. Last month an image appeared showing what appeared to be such a graphics cards card from PowerColor, and now PowerColor has apparently confirmed it will be bringing out an RX Vega 56 Nano Edition graphics card for those wanting a powerful GPU in a short package.

As the name of the product suggests, this is a special version of the RX Vega 56 graphics cards already available, featuring a shorter PCB and single-fan cooling system. It is not the RX Vega Nano AMD had shown off at SIGGRAPH 2017, sadly, but then this will apparently be launching at Computex 2018 next month. There has been no official word on an AMD RX Vega Nano product since it was first shown off last year, but perhaps if PowerColor is successful with this product, other companies will start making similar units.

Source: VideoCardz



GTX 1170 Specs Possibly Leaked

Category: Video Cards
Posted: May 14, 2018 08:26AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

Last week an entry for the GTX 1180 appeared in the TechPowerUp GPU database and now we have some rumored specs for the GTX 1170. According to WCCFtech, it will feature 2688 CUDA cores with a 256-bit GDDR6 bus connected to 8 GB or 16 GB of the memory. This memory might come in slower than the GTX 1180, at only 12 Gbps. The core clock is supposed to be around 1.5 GHz but boosts up to 1.8 GHz with what is expected to be a TDP of 140 W to 160 W. Potentially this combination of specifications would have it come in just behind the GTX 1080 Ti, though with a much lower TDP. The MSRP might be around $499, which would put it above the price of the GTX 1070.

WCCFtech also states the GPU in the GTX 1170 is a GT104, which suggested it is the 104 class GPU on the Turing architecture. (The current GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 use the GP104 GPU.) While this is in line with previous rumors concerning the Turing and Ampere architectures, it does differ from the TechPowerUp entry for the GTX 1180, which claims it will be using a GV104, meaning Volta. Supposedly we can expect to see these two GTX 1100 series cards launching in July, so should have all of that cleared up in the coming months, if at least that part of the rumor is accurate.

Source: WCCFtech



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