Nvidia has announced the latest member of the GeForce RTX 30 series of GPUs, the RTX 3060 Ti. It's the most affordable card in the family yet, and Nvidia says it's faster than the RTX 2080 Super.
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Intel has announced that it's now shipping its graphics card for data centers, simply called the Intel Server GPU. The card promises to be an efficient solution for Android cloud-based gaming.
The GPU manufacturer has begun a countdown to an event seemingly taking place on August 31. That will be the anniversary of what Nvidia calls the world's first GPU, the GeForce 256.
AMD has announced the world's first 7nm GPU for workstations, the Radeon Pro W5700. It's based on AMD's RDNA architecture and it supports PCIe 4.0. It's available starting today from $799.
The AMD Radeon RX 5500 series boasts AMD's 7nm RDNA architecture and offers performance gains north of 30 percent when compared with similar products that the new lineup is competing against.
Nvidia has launched its latest non-RTX graphics card in the form of the GTX 1660 Ti. The card is aimed at gamers on a budget and offers a performance similar to that of the GTX 1070.
At CES 2019, Nvidia has just unveiled the mobile variants of its RTX 2080, 2070, and 2060 graphics cards. The new GPUs are launching on over 40 new laptops in more than 100 configurations.
Some months after the original announcement of the RTX line of graphics cards, Nvidia is introducing a cheaper, less powerful model in the form of the RTX 2060. It will launch next week for $349.
Nvidia's next addition to the RTX 20 series of GPUs, the RTX 2060, could boast a significant bump in performance over the previous generation, hitting levels close to the higher-tier GTX 1070.
Nvidia's highly-anticipated Gamescom event saw the announcement of its next generation of graphics cards, the RTX 2070, 2080 and 2080 Ti, featuring real-time ray tracing and starting at $499.
There has been a lot of hype leading up to the Nvidia event that will take place on August 20. Luckily, if you aren't in attendance, you can watch the show from the comfort of your own home or office.
On August 20, Nvidia is expected to reveal its latest line of graphics cards. But before the event, new information has been revealed, giving us an idea of just how powerful the new cards will be.
Thanks to cryptocurrency miners buying up all the graphics cards they can get their hands on, gamers have been joined by scientists in a collective war cry over the rising costs of obtaining hardware.
With the price of bitcoin reaching record highs, motherboard manufacturers have begun challenging the limits of what is possible, by squeezing as many GPU slots they can onto mining motherboards.
With no more releases from Nvidia or AMD 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.
When new GPUs arrive, we compare them to their predecessor but rarely go back more than one generation. Considering how far DX11 support has come, let's take a look at past and present performance.
With no more GPU releases from Nvidia or AMD for the remainder of the year the battle is now on pricing. We break down each price bracket to determine which company offers the best value product.
NVIDIA has expanded its new mobile line of graphics cards, the first mobile cards to use the company's Kepler architecture. The cards also come with NVIDIA's new GPU Boost 2.0 technology.
Weekend polls are back here at Neowin ahead of a very busy incoming week of announcements, and this week we are asking a fairly straighforward question: AMD or NVIDIA?
NVIDIA has launched new budget graphics cards based on its Fermi platform. The new line is primarily made up of rebranded cards from previous GeForce lines.
NVIDIA announced its recently-teased graphics card, the GeForce GTX 690, which combines two Kepler-based GPUs on a single card.
AMD has announced a price reduction today on a number of its 7000-series graphics cards, with its flagship 7970 now undercutting the NVIDIA GTX 680.
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