For this month's GPU pricing update, we have Nvidia's upcoming GeForce 40 Super rumors, current-gen GPU pricing, and what sort of deals you should be looking out for during Black Friday.
Welcome to our monthly GPU pricing update. There's bits of news to go through, a few odd GPU launches, and some unfortunate price hikes. There's also some positive GPU price adjustments to discuss.
With the release of new drivers and new games, plus the request of many readers, it's time for an updated look at the Radeon RX 7900 XTX vs. GeForce RTX 4080 rivalry with fresh benchmarks.
We compare the GeForce RTX 4070 head-to-head with the more affordable RTX 4060 Ti 16GB. Recently both GPUs have seen price cuts, so which is the better buy and at what price target?
The next iteration of Nvidia's DLSS technology has landed and today we're checking out what DLSS 3.5 is and taking a closer look at ray reconstruction, which has been integrated into Cyberpunk 2.0.
Welcome back to our monthly GPU pricing update. So, the GPU market still kind of sucks, but there's a silver lining with new launches and some price adjustments improving things a little this month.
In this 45 game benchmark shootout we put the $600 GeForce RTX 4070 and the $500 Radeon RX 7800 XT head-to-head to see which comes up as the ultimate mid-range GPU winner.
Bethesda's latest RPG brings with it some space opera vibes and striking visuals. Let's take a look at Starfield's GPU performance by testing 32 GPUs using different quality presets, resolutions and FSR.
It's time for our monthly GPU pricing update. Although there's been no major releases to shake things up, new AMD Radeons are coming soon, meanwhile there's been some price movement across new and old-gen GPUs.
An in-depth comparison between the Radeon RX 7600 and GeForce RTX 4060, both new GPUs selling at around $300, or a tad less. Although prev-gen GPUs tend to do better, in this direct battle, who wins?
Today, we're comparing the GeForce RTX 4060 with its more upscale sibling from a different silicon wafer, the RTX 4060 Ti, to determine if the Ti variant is worth the extra $100.
Despite our fondness for the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti, we can admit that just 8GB of VRAM is not enough for a $400 GPU in mid-2023. So what does the extra VRAM bring to the table?
We've spent a ton of time testing the latest AMD and Nvidia mainstream GPUs, meant to be capable of 1440p gaming, however to summarize our experience, these new products have been extremely underwhelming.
We're taking a second look at the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti, but not because we think it's a graphics card that you should buy, but rather because we think it's completely lacking and you should avoid it.
Three vendors. Three architectures. Three approaches to GPU design. Join us as we dive into their semiconductor hearts and see how Ada Lovelace, Arc Alchemist, and RDNA 3 contrast and compare.