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Batman: Arkham Knight Benchmarked, Performance Review

Batman: Arkham Knight, the fourth entry in Warner Brother's Batman: Arkham series, is based on the same Unreal Engine 3 as its predecessor and an Nvidia-sponsored title. Favoring one camp of GPUs is hardly the least contentious way to launch a new game, however it seems this release would have rattled cages regardless. Countless Nvidia and AMD users have expressed anger about Arkham Knight's performance and stuttering issues. Here's what we found in our tests.

This is AMD's dual-GPU Fiji graphics card

During the PC Gaming Show, which ran for a mammoth two and a half hours at E3 2015 last night, AMD CEO Lisa Su briefly appeared on stage to show off another Radeon graphics card that the company only briefly…

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Benchmarked, Performance Review

The Witcher 3 is the New Crysis We have tested nineteen DirectX 11 graphics cards to find out how the game performs in both AMD and Nvidia hardware. After extensive testing it's clear why The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt doesn't look nearly as good as the 2013's trailer: even in its current uber beautiful form, the game is simply too demanding for today's hardware.

Newegg bundles GTA V, Dirt Rally with new AMD Radeon graphics cards

While Nvidia has recently updated their GeForce game bundles to include The Witcher 3 and Batman: Arkham Knight with high-end GeForce cards, AMD has let their Never Settle bundle stagnate. The current package, Never Settle: Space Edition, has been available since…

AMD launches Radeon 300 series rebrands for OEMs

AMD has quietly launched a new range of graphics cards designed for OEMs and system builders that fall under Radeon 300 series branding. Like with the HD 8000 series a couple of years ago, these cards are essentially all rebrands…