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Despite the perceived decline in the PC games market, graphics cards shipments were up two per cent in Q4 2013.
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AMD graphics card owners are now able to play the Mantle version of Battlefield 4.
The viability of a new free alternative to Nvidia’s new variable refresh rate tech G-Sync has been questioned by the PC hardware firm.
Upcoming PC API Mantle could offer even bigger performance gains over DirectX than previously thought.
As is now clearly apparent, AMD’s supposedly game-changing PC API Mantle has missed its 2013 release.
The two latest competitors into what has turned out to be a very ‘heated’ battle in the PC graphics card market have at last been detailed.
AMD’s new PC graphics API Mantle has received the backing of two new game developers.
The veil has finally been lifted on AMD’s Radeon R9 290X graphics card.
AMD has given the greenlight for a handful of tech sites to publish what are the first official benchmarks for its as-of-yet unannounced R9 290X graphics card.
AMD has yet to officially announce the R9 290 or R9 290X, but leaked performance charts suggest Nvidia’s Titan has been dethroned as the world’s fastest GPU.
AMD’s new top-end graphics card the R9 290X was supposed to launch tomorrow, according to rumour. Those same rumour-mongers now say it won’t.
AMD’s top-of-the-range Radeon R9 290X looks like it’s getting a suitably top-of-the-range RRP in Europe.
American custom PC manufacturer Origin PC has announced that it is to cease offering AMD graphics cards in its machines.
AMD’s upcoming high-end Radeon R9 290X graphics card looks like it will cost more than initially expected.
Graphics card manufacturer AMD spent between $5m and $8m to secure its Battlefield 4 partnership, a new report has claimed.
The next generation of PC graphics cards have at last been announced by AMD.
AMD’s success in securing rights to produce the innards for both Xbox One and PS4 has placed it in pole position to take control of the PC games market.
Free games have been a central part of AMD’s PC graphics card strategy for some time and the next version of its offer has at last been revealed.
If all the rumours surrounding AMD’s new line of graphics cards are to be believed, this Q4 is going to be a bloodbath in the graphics card sector.
The next generation of AMD PC graphics cards will be officially revealed on September 25th.
An apparent set of specs for AMD’s upcoming Radeon HD 9770 graphics card suggests a killer GPU may be on the way.
Fresh speculation about the next line of AMD’s Radeon graphics card suggests a September reveal is on the cards.