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New AMD Vega cards will arrive by June

Despite having just last week unveiled its RX500 series of graphics cards, AMD has confirmed that its next-generation GPUs will arrive this quarter. Wccftech reports that the Vega cards, which will be the first to offer AMD’s much hyped new graphics architecture, will be launched by June at the latest. …

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Nvidia has officially announced the GTX 1080 Ti

The last GPU in Nvidia’s Pascal family has finally been announced. The GTX 1080 Ti looks not only to be a Titan X beater, but also offer a significant jump over the existing GTX 1080. In fact, Nvidia estimates a performance gain of some 35 per cent, which is better …

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Nvidia settles GTX 970 marketing lawsuits

The GeForce 970 was not quite the card it was made out to be, and Nvidia has agreed to pay out as a result. While the 970 was legitimately for a time the best bang-for-buck high-end graphics card on the market, the internal specs didn’t quite match up to the …

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Nvidia reveals new $1,200 Titan X graphics card

There’s a new powerhouse in the PC graphics card market. The new GeForce Titan X is based on the company’s recent GP102 architecture and packs some serious visual muscle. 11 teraflops of computing power is the headline, powered by 12bn transistors and a record-breaking 3,584 CUDA cores clocked at 1.53GHz. …

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GTX 1060 promises GTX 980 performance for $250

Nvidia has lifted the lid on its third card in its new 10XX GeForce graphics card series. The GTX 1060 positions itself as a direct competitor to AMD’s recently revealed RX 480. While not targeted by name, Nvidia states that its new card is on average 15 per cent faster …

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AMD announces $199 VR ready graphics card

VR-friendly specs for just $199 – that’s the selling point of AMD’s latest GPU. Until now gamers have faced the prospect of at least an Nvidia GTX 970 or AMD R9 290 if they want to make the jump to VR. They retail for north of 250. While many VR …

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Rumours point to three new Nvidia GTX cards in June

With Nvidia’s tech conference having been and gone without word of any new GPU models, now rumours suggest a June release for Nvidia’s next-gen graphic card line up. PC Gamer reports on word that three SKUs housing the Pascal tech that was demoed at the conference are currently prepping for …

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Nvidia GTX 1080 could be unveiled next week

The next generation of Pascal-based Nvidia graphics cards could at last be revealed at an Nvidia event next week. WCCF Tech reports that a shipping manifest for the Nvidia GPU Technology Conference Keynote on April 4th lists four new SKUs, one of which is certainly either the GTX 1080 or …

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AMD’s Radeon Pro Duo offers unrivalled VR graphics power

The battle to be the world’s most powerful graphics card is always shifting, and today a new beast sits on the throne. It’s called the Radeon Pro Duo, the unit houses two Fiji GPUs, amounting to 16 teraflops of computer performance and 8GB of on board RAM. Also included is …

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AMD ends support for almost all graphics cards released before 2013

A large number of AMD’s existing graphics cards will no longer be supported by the company. Accompanying the launch of its new Crimson driver, AMD has confirmed that it has dropped support for all non-GCN based cards, which includes the Radeon HD 5000 and Radeon HD 6000 series, as well …

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