Entries in 'graphics cards' (21)
Graphics card maker Nvidia has teamed up with CD Projekt for a new game giveaway.
A brand new GeForce Titan graphics card has been announced by Nvidia.
It may not be one of its headline features, but an intriguing rumour concerning Microsoft’s DirectX 12 suggests that users will be able to use wildly different graphics cards in ...
Graphics card giant Nvidia has found itself in legal hot water over what it has now confirmed to be the misleading specifications it released for its GeForce GTX 970 card.
Graphics card specialist AMD is stepping up its efforts in the battle with rival Nvidia with a revamped version of its Catalyst GPU drivers.
The war of words between Nvidia and AMD is getting nasty.
Nvidia has added some important new functionality to its GeForce Experience software.
Games that integrate Nvidia’s Gameworks development tools are being deliberately restricted on AMD graphics cards, the latter has claimed.
Despite the perceived decline in the PC games market, graphics cards shipments were up two per cent in Q4 2013.
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.
The new Nvidia GeForce GTX 780Ti will have an RRP of around $699, likely translating to £500-£550 in the UK.
Things are becoming pretty heated in the graphics card market (and we’re not just talking about the rumoured temperatures for the R9 290X).
Nvidia has revealed three ‘holiday bundles’ for its range of graphics cards, whereby each card will be undled with two or more upcoming games.
Graphics cards vendor Nvidia doesn't need to lower prices across its range to compete with the new AMD R7/R9 graphics cards, a new report has claimed.
The likes of the GeForce Titan and GTX 780 may be about to have their price cut.
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.
An apparent set of specs for AMD’s upcoming Radeon HD 9770 graphics card suggests a killer GPU may be on the way.
The graphics card war looks like it’s getting ugly.
Talk that left many Nvidia graphics card owners worried last night has been roundly dismissed by EA and AMD.