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.
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.
Intel Arc drivers keep on improving DX11 performance, new CPU and GPU bundle gets you Assassin's Creed Mirage and Nightingale
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.
Even if we're not planning to buy a GPU at this time - and we don't blame you - there are still many fascinating developments in the graphics card market. But have GPUs been selling well? Let's find out.
Welcome back to our GPU pricing update series. We thought this would be an uneventful month until both Nvidia and AMD decided to get the ball rolling with their new mid-range and mainstream GPUs.
WTF?! An electronics store in Japan is advertising an unusual promotion starting at the end of the month. Buy an Asus TUF RTX 4090 and get an Intel Arc A750 Limited Edition for free. Pairing them in the same system won't net you extra frames, but who'd say no to a free graphics card?
Ever since Intel Arc GPUs launched, driver updates have kept coming with the promise of solid performance gains. It's now time to test those claims and see if reality matches up with the hype.