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GPU & Displays | 7th April 2016
Quantum Break had a bad reputation on PC even before it was released, but is that hatred justified? Let's have a look at Quantum Break's Performance on PC.
GPU & Displays | 4th April 2016
Let's have a look at the Ashes of the Singularity's Performance on PC. Does DirectX 12 give us any extra performance?
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Matthew Fogg | 15th August 2008
NVIDIA releases beta drivers which comes with support for the recently unveiled OpenGL 3.0
Matthew Fogg | 14th August 2008
Is this the beginning of NVIDIA's woes?
Matthew Fogg | 13th August 2008
AC Ryan to display new products at consumer electronics show
GPU & Displays | 17th March 2016
PC gamers love to go fast, but how powerful does your PC need to be in order to run at over 60FPS in Need for Speed?
GPU & Displays | 16th March 2016
We have Retested the PC Version of Gears of War Ultimate Edition using the games new performance enhancing patch. Has the game finally been fixed?
GPU & Displays | 13th March 2016
Agent 47 has returned, giving us all new and creative ways to assassinate our targets. How hard does this game push modern PC hardware?
GPU & Displays | 12th March 2016
Rise of the Tomb Raider now supports DirectX 12, but does it offer the performance improvements that we hoped?
GPU & Displays | 10th March 2016
Gears of War Ultimate Edition has been updated and AMD has released their new Crimson 16.3 drivers. Has the game been fixed?
GPU & Displays | 8th March 2016
The Division has just been launched, but what kind of performance do we get on PC?
GPU & Displays | 3rd March 2016
Let have a look at Gears of War: Ultimate Edition's performance on PC. Did the first Windows 10 exclusive DirectX 12 game meet expectations? Short answer, no.
GPU & Displays | 1st March 2016
Let's have a look at Far Cry Primal's performance on PC. Are you ready to walk on the wild side?
GPU & Displays | 24th February 2016
Let's have a look at DirectX 12's Explicit GPU Functions. Want happens when a GTX 980Ti and a R9 Fury X work together?
GPU & Displays | 23rd February 2016
The first Native DirectX 12 Benchmarking tool is here, benefiting from Asynchronous Compute and Cross-Vendor Multi-GPU support.
GPU & Displays | 22nd February 2016
Valve has just released their new Steam VR Benchmark Test. Let's see how well AMD's R9 Fury X and Nvidia's GTX 980Ti perform in this new benchmark test.
GPU & Displays | 22nd February 2016
The Division will soon be releasing on PC, but what kind of performance did we get while running the beta? The Results may surprise you.
GPU & Displays | 20th February 2016
Hitman's PC Beta has just went live, but what is the games performance like? Does it require more optimization before launch?
GPU & Displays | 19th February 2016
ASUS have redefined what you expect from a monitor with the G-SYNC enabled with a 3440x1440 PG348Q ROG Swift. Credit card at the ready...
GPU & Displays | 12th February 2016
When the Zombies come you must use anything you can to fight back. What kind of hardware do you need to play Dying Light's new The Following Expansion?
GPU & Displays | 7th February 2016
What kind of hardware is needed to push back the oppressive Aliens in XCOM 2? Are our Earthly GPUs up for the task?
GPU & Displays | 3rd February 2016
ASUS' White Knight has finally arrived to save from the sea of red and black motherboards. Let's have a look at the ASUS Sabertooth Z170-S
GPU & Displays | 2nd February 2016
AMD has just released their new Rise of the Tomb Raider optimized driver for their GPUs. Let's see how much performance improves.
Stuart Boardman | 12th August 2008
Named the 'Force Within' pack, available now to download, pack offers Physics support to Geforce 8 and higher cards
Stuart Boardman | 8th August 2008
Factory OC'ed and custom cooled card makes it's debut.
Stuart Boardman | 6th August 2008
Time limited rebate offer on new GTX 260's and 280's
Stuart Boardman | 5th August 2008
Named 'Big Bang 2', and will introduce new features and perfomance boosts, NVidia ready their new driver release.
Derrick Huey | 5th August 2008
Evga says reports of approaching AMD are false
Stuart Boardman | 4th August 2008
More teasers on the new chip.
Matthew Fogg | 4th August 2008
Something little, yet something to fear?
Matthew Fogg | 3rd August 2008
We may see an emergence of an ATI HD4850 X2
Nic Crane | 31st July 2008
Rumours of ATI's new graphic card pop up all over the net.
Matthew Fogg | 30th July 2008
Sexy OLED panels to arrive in the UK come 2009
Nic Crane | 27th July 2008
The Super quick BFG 9800GTX+ spotted on EU site.
Derrick Huey | 26th July 2008
With entry-level graphics card sales down, vendors are turning towards integrated solutions
Matthew Kemp | 25th July 2008
Is your hardware keeping up with your games? Matt Kemp asks a few tough questions about todays games and what they do on less-than bleeding-edge hardware
Nic Crane | 24th July 2008
The GTX 260 is doing well for itselfs however the 280 is not.
Matthew Fogg | 24th July 2008
Nvidia to bring WHQL-certified PhysX drivers on August 5th
Marc Clements | 23rd July 2008
Nvidia is looking to ship 130,000 units of their soon to be released 9800GTX+ for launch day
Nic Crane | 23rd July 2008
The Club 3D HD4800 series offers rock solid performance and ultra realistic effects for todays hottest PC games.
Matthew Fogg | 22nd July 2008
New AMD/ATI Catalyst drivers promise higher benchmark scores, smoother gameplay
Marc Clements | 21st July 2008
Class actions charges against Nvidia and ATI (now AMD) reveal that the two companies may have fixed prices and staged competition
Matthew Fogg | 19th July 2008
nVidia GeForce 9700M, 9800M Details Surface
Matthew Fogg | 18th July 2008
Radeon HD 4870 X2 will get some competition
Nic Crane | 17th July 2008
Larrabee will not support the norm of DirectX.