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The Best Graphics Cards for the Money: Nvidia & AMD GPUs tested and compared

Nvidia released four new GPUs in 2015 while AMD delivered eight cards if you're willing to be loose with the definition of "new" and three if you're not: Radeon R9 Fury X, Fury and Nano. With possibly no more releases for the remainder of the year, let's break down each price bracket where key battles are being played out to pick some bang-for-buck winners. The GPU battle awaits!

Nvidia's upcoming Pascal GPU pictured with HBM 2.0

Nvidia's next-generation graphics core, codenamed 'Pascal', is expected to launch in the first half of 2016, bringing a large jump in performance that should impress the PC gaming enthusiasts out there. But before the GPU could be publicly detailed by…

Nvidia rebrands Grid game streaming service as GeForce Now

Nvidia’s Grid game streaming service is ready for prime time. The Santa Clara-based graphics giant is rebranding the on-demand service as GeForce Now with plans to compete directly with services like PlayStation Now at a much cheaper price point. …

Nvidia Mobile G-Sync Tested on Origin Eon 17" Gaming Laptop

If you’ve ever witnessed variable refresh rate (VRR) technologies like G-Sync and FreeSync, then you likely know VRR one of the most significant gaming improvements in recent times. But now the technology has finally gone mobile. With our tricked out Origin EON17-X gaming notebook, we’ll be exploring Nvidia’s Mobile G-Sync and how it translates to gaming on the go.