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What you need to know about NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080

What you need to know about NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080

Given the advances in graphics tech in recent years, you'd be forgiven for thinking all things are now equal in GPUs, but NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1080 still stands out. The newly-announced video card - and its GeForce GTX 1070 sibling - debut NVIDIA's Pascal architecture, and it turns out that's a big deal indeed. Improvements in power efficiency, physical size, and most importantly graphics abilities make this possibly the most exciting GPU we've seen in the past few years.

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Stardock tool to let you mix AMD and NVIDIA cards in one PC

Stardock tool to let you mix AMD and NVIDIA cards in one PC

It isn't ready for the market yet. It doesn't even have a cool name yet. But when Stardock's promised multi-GPU tool does come out, it could very well change the way we build PCs and buy graphics card. In theory, Stardock's still to be christened technology will allow you to mix and match any card to boost your PC's graphics capabilities. While that has always been possible with NVIDIA's SLI and AMD's CrossFire, the key difference here is that you can even mix and match cards from different brands and generations as well.

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AMD R9 Fury X leads Radeon 300 into NVIDIA battle

AMD R9 Fury X leads Radeon 300 into NVIDIA battle

AMD has blasted a set of new video cards out among the E3 2015 gamers, topping out with the liquid-cooled R9 Fury X. Powered by 4,096 stream processing units in a dual-slot card, the R9 Fury X packs 4GB of High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM), boasting in excess of 3x the bandwidth per watt of GDDR5 memory. Altogether, it's capable of driving up to six displays, with 4K resolution and DirectX 12 support, and sits at the pinnacle of AMD's new Radeon 300 series.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 targets GPU “sweet spot”

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 targets GPU “sweet spot”

NVIDIA had inadvertently set itself a challenge. On the one hand, the GeForce GTX 980 and 970 had been a rip-roaring success, with an unexpected 1m+ cards selling in less than five months. That's not bad for a graphics card that costs as much as $549, and yet it left the NVIDIA chips out of reach for a dawning cohort of upgraders two generations behind and wanting a more affordable upgrade. Enter the GeForce GTX 960.

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NVIDIA Iray VCA tells designers to ditch prototyping

NVIDIA Iray VCA tells designers to ditch prototyping

NVIDIA's Titan Z isn't the only massively-powerful graphics system the company has for GTC 2014: there's also the $50,000 Iray VCA, aimed straight at designers aiming to bypass physical prototypes. The stackable, scalable box promises to replace a workstation cluster, containing eight of NVIDIA's fastest GPUs for a total of 23,040 CUDA cores.

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NVIDIA Titanfall update: 3D Vision and performance boost

NVIDIA Titanfall update: 3D Vision and performance boost

Titanfall doesn't arrive until March 11th, but if your gaming PC is running an NVIDIA graphics card then it's time for an update, as a fresh batch of GeForce software has been pushed out. The updated drivers - GeForce 335.23 WHQL - polishes the 3D Vision profile for Titanfall, among other games, as well as supporting GeForce ShadowPlay Twitch streaming.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black boosts the best

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black boosts the best

Last year NVIDIA launched one of the most interesting video cards that it offered in 2013 called the GTX Titan. That video card was crammed inside the Falcon Northwest Tiki desktop computer that we reviewed. The video card certainly delivered the sort of power that PC gamers are looking for to run high-end video games.

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Asus Republic of Gamers Mars 760 video card has dual NVIDIA GTX 760 GPUs

Asus Republic of Gamers Mars 760 video card has dual NVIDIA GTX 760 GPUs

Asus has unveiled its latest video card called the Republic of Gamers Mars 760. This is a high-end video card that offers a pair of NVIDIA GTX 760 GPUs on one video card for improved performance. Asus says that the new video card will deliver faster gaming performance than the NVIDIA GTX Titan.

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AMD Radeon R9 270 extends Graphics Core Next to low-end

AMD Radeon R9 270 extends Graphics Core Next to low-end

AMD has pushed out its latest R9 Series video card, the AMD Radeon R9 270, promising gaming performance with a sub-$180 price tag. Hitting shelves today, the new Radeon slots in at the entry-level of AMD's R9 range, with 1,280 stream processing units and 2GB of GRRD5 memory, for up to 2.69 TFLOPS of compute power.

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Asus AMD R9 and R7 200 graphics cards feature exclusive cooling tech

Asus AMD R9 and R7 200 graphics cards feature exclusive cooling tech

Back in late September AMD went official with its new Radeon R9 and R7 video cards. Yesterday AMD offered up specifications on several R7 GPUs including pricing and more. Since AMD has multiple card partners and most partners use the same basic hardware, a lot of companies try to set themselves apart with various clock speeds and custom cooling solutions. Asus has announced its own AMD Radeon R9 and R7 200 series graphics cards.

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AMD Radeon R7 240, R7 250, and R7 260X GPUs released

AMD Radeon R7 240, R7 250, and R7 260X GPUs released

Late last month AMD officially announced two new Radeon GPU series including the R9 and R7. At the time AMD didn't offer a lot of details on its new R7 series of GPUs, but AMD has now come clean with all the details for several new R7 products. AMD says that this new series is ideal for everyday gamers looking for better graphics performance from their computers.

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AMD Radeon R9 and R7 series graphics support UltraHD gaming

AMD Radeon R9 and R7 series graphics support UltraHD gaming

It's always an exciting day for computer gamers when AMD unveils new video cards. Today AMD has unveiled two new graphics card families for computer gamers called the AMD Radeon R9 and AMD Radeon R7 series. Both of these graphics card families are designed specifically to allow gaming on UltraHD displays.

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