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Wednesday, 17 Sep 2014
A leaked photo of what appears to be an Asetek-designed hybrid liquid GPU cooler hints at an upcoming AMD Radeon R9 series graphics card. More after the jump.
Friday, 5 Sep 2014
A patent suit has just been launched by NVIDIA against Samsung and Qualcomm for infringing on its graphics chip patents. NVIDIA wants the ITC to ban select Samsung Galaxy devices running Qualcomm chips.
Thursday, 4 Sep 2014
The Tech Report mentioned that the AMD FreeSync technology doesn’t enjoy across-the-board support on its Radeon GPUs. AMD FreeSync is the company’s answer to NVIDIA’s G-Sync; both technologies attempt to align a graphics card’s draw rates with the refresh rates of the monitor for smoother display.
Wednesday, 3 Sep 2014
It looks like NVIDIA is all set to release the new GeForce GTX 900M series of GPUs very soon. Find out more here!
Those wanting to upgrade their gaming rigs can look forward to owning Gigabyte's version of the AMD Radeon R9 285. This card has been overclocked and is equipped with the WINDFORCE 2X cooling solution.
Tuesday, 2 Sep 2014
AMD officially announced its Radeon R9 285 graphics card series, along with its Never Settle: Space Edition game bundle, in addition to this latest addition to its Radeon R9 series GPUs.
Saturday, 30 Aug 2014
It seems that NVIDIA is going to be skipping the GeForce GTX 800 series altogether. Instead, they'll be going straight into making the GeForce GTX 900 series graphics cards, which they will still be announcing this September.
Wednesday, 27 Aug 2014
In line with AMD's announcement of the new Radeon R9 285 midrange graphics card, Sapphire has followed suit with three of its own Radeon R9 285 graphics cards. They include the Dual-X, Dual-X OC and ITX OC Edition cards.
Thursday, 21 Aug 2014
It's been 30 years since AMD first started out in graphics and gaming. To commemorate this milestone, the company will be hosting a live webcast for its fans and followers.
Friday, 15 Aug 2014
AMD recently announced its next-generation FirePro professional graphics cards. More importantly, the company has also lifted the veil on the FirePro S9150, the world's most powerful server GPU built for High Performance Computing.