dual-gpu articles

AMD delays FreeSync for CrossFire systems

Earlier this year we were impressed with AMD's FreeSync technology, which allows the refresh rate of a compatible monitor to smoothly vary and synchronize with the fluctuating frame rates of video games. However at the time of launch, FreeSync was…

AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Review: A Dual-GPU Beast

Today marks the arrival of AMD's successor to the Radeon HD 7990. The latter was a formidable rival for the GeForce GTX Titan but it faced poor frame latency performance and enormous power consumption figures. Later on the single-GPU R9 290X managed an even more impressive feat but that card was also 20% more power hungry and thus had a huge thermal output. So much so that we weren't sure if AMD was seriously considering two Hawaii XT GPUs on a single PCB.

Apparently so, as they are unveiling the Radeon R9 295X2, the most extreme graphics cards we have ever seen.

AMD Radeon HD 6990 Review

AMD introduced its first Radeon HD 6000 graphics card last October, when we reviewed the mid-range Radeon HD 6870. The high-end Radeon HD 6970 and HD 6950 also arrived late last year, while the dual-GPU version of AMD's last generation graphics series code-named Antilles was expected to arrive shortly after. Coincidentally (or not) both AMD and Nvidia took a few months longer than expected to show its hardcore dual-GPU graphics cards, with the former making the first move to finally unveil the Radeon HD 6990.

EVGA teases dual-GPU GeForce

Nvidia-exclusive add-in card maker EVGA has taken the occasion to show some of its new and upcoming products at this year’s CES. Among those is one that is bound to give AMD a run for its money: a new dual-GPU…

Nvidia's dual-GPU GeForce GTX 59x pictured

A shred of photographic evidence of Nvidia's rumored dual-GPU GeForce GTX 59x has emerged online, courtesy of Chinese site Earlier reports referred to the card as a GTX 590, but the Chinese media is calling Nvidia's upcoming entry the…

Zotac whipping up dual-GPU GTX 460?

Chinese tech site has published pictures of a Zotac-branded video card that packs not one, but two GF104 GPUs -- the same chip that powers the GTX 460. It's unclear whether the company actually plans to sell the "GTX…