Graphics Cards Guide
It seems AMD might be keeping true to their word, as there are rumors that AMD will be announcing a new dual-GPU graphics card this December. The dual-GPU card in question is non other than the Radeon R9 Fury X2.
AMD will no longer be developing new drivers for GPUs that do not use its Graphics Core Next architecture.
AMD’s new Radeon Software Crimson Edition drivers are now officially available, and Catalyst Control Center is no more. What sort of new features and improvements does this new Radeon driver provide? Click the link to find out.
AMD’s new Radeon R9 380X graphics card is finally here, and we’ve got all the details on it. Click on the link to find out more.
With the launch of their new Tesla M40 and Tesla M4 GPUs, which are designed for HPC and machine learning, NVIDIA has finally lifted the lid on the companies and agencies who will be using their GPUs in order to aid their research in real time.
According to words travelling around the net, AMD will once again be responsible for the internals of Sony and Microsoft’s next-gen consoles, with plans on making them more powerful and VR Ready.
Gigabyte has added five new members to its Xtreme Gaming series, which is the company's new lineup of graphics cards with features for improved performance and durability.
NVIDIA’s recently announced the availability of their brand new Maxwell driven Tesla M40 and Tesla M4 graphics accelerators. Click the link to learn more.
Not wanting their support for enterprise businesses to be lacking in the region, NVIDIA has finally brought their GRID 2.0 virtual desktop service to the Southeast Asian region, with Singapore serving as the regional hub.
The specifications of AMD’s dual GPU Radeon R9 Fury X2 has been confirmed, and it’s possible that the card will be hitting the shelves just in time for Christmas, or a little later after the new year.