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AMD’s RX 500-Series starts its slow leak to fame

Right now, the Internet is rife with rumours and screen grabs of AMD’s latest reincarnation (or rebrand, or rebadge) of its totally vanilla and mainstream RX 400-Series-come-500-Series GPUs. According to one site, someone has been benchmarking the RX 500-Series Radeons on 3DMark and posting their results. The benchmarking event, documented at …

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Nvidia GPUs are helping make sports more data driven

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As anyone who’s watched Moneyball or listened to game commentators for five minutes knows, statistical analysis is a huge part of professional sports and AI driven analytics have become a major component of that in recent years. Nvidia is looking to take it to the next level though, with GPU …

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EVGA Powerlink can make your GPU power safer, neater

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Tired of having to route power cables in an ugly arch over your graphics card? Would you like a little more protection against spikes or dropouts? EVGA’s new PowerLink offers all of that in a neat little package. The L shaped connector plugs into your graphics card power ports and …

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Nvidia unveils Pascal GP100 GPU specifications

Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) kicked off today and the company’s opening keynote brought several announcements. Amongst all of the talk of VR and development tools, Nvidia also spoke a bit about the specifications for its GP100 graphics chip, otherwise known as ‘Big Pascal’. This could be the chip that we …

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Rumour: Sony to build new PS4 for 4K gaming

Over the last couple of years, PC gamers have been moving more and more towards 4K gaming and while many graphics cards do struggle at the higher resolution, playable frame rates are achievable. However, that’s just the PC side of things, what about consoles? Well it turns out that Sony …

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AMD launches Radeon Software Crimson 16.2 update

Ever since launching Radeon Software late last year, AMD has recommitted itself to driver support with big monthly updates. Today, AMD released Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.2, which brings some performance boosts to titles like Rise of the Tomb Raider and Ashes of Singularity, which is currently an excellent benchmarking …

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Nvidia may launch GTX 950 SE GPU in March

While Pascal is just a few months out, with current rumors pointing towards a launch during the second half of the year,  it looks like Nvidia could sneak in one more Maxwell GPU launch before then as a GTX 950 SE has been tipped to be arriving in March. Right …

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AMD brings hardware virtualisation to GPUs

As long-distance computing, streaming and cloud gaming become more common place, rendering more true-to-life virtual systems is becoming vitally important. That’s why in the lead up to its Polaris architecture unveiling later this year, AMD has announced a new series of FirePro S-Series GPUs, which have the ability to virtualise …

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Source: AMD to cut price of Fury GPU

AMD recently announced that it would be cutting the price of its Radeon R9 Nano graphics card, bringing it down to a more palatable price point. The good news is that retail sources close to Kitguru informed us that a price drop is planned for the Fury graphics card in …

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The Surface Book will be available in the UK soon

The Surface Book was one of the more exciting announcements to come out of Microsoft towards the end of last year and while it has been available in the US for a while now, it looks like the laptop/tablet hybrid is finally heading over to the UK, with pre-orders set …

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