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AMD targeting affordable VR-capable graphics cards with Polaris

An interview between Ars Technica and AMD's Roy Taylor has revealed some more information about the company's upcoming Polaris architecture. According to him, Pascal is focused on increasing the 'total addressable market' (TAM) for virtual reality through more affordable graphics…

Dark Souls III: Graphics & CPU Benchmarks

Dark Souls III is arguably the biggest game to launch this month. Using the engine from developer FromSoftware's 'Bloodborne', Dark Souls III looks quite impressive but you can certainly tell this is a console port. The tweakable options are decent though the game gives no real explanation of what you are enabling. You do get enhanced graphics, better performance and higher resolutions.

AMD's next-gen Polaris graphics cards may launch in June

If the latest information from HardwareBattle is correct, the patient wait for next-generation graphics cards may finally be over in the coming months. The usually reliable site has received information that suggests AMD will be launching their new Polaris GPUs…

Tom Clancy's The Division: Graphics & CPU Benchmarks

The Division is set in an open world with immersive and destructive environments based on a mid-crisis Manhattan. Built upon the Snowdrop Engine, Ubisoft aims to take graphics fidelity to the next level with a focus on dynamic global illumination, destruction and a number of cutting edge visual effects, especially on the PC version.