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Quake II RTX has support for AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution with a new patch
AMD, Intel and NVIDIA processors and graphics cards will become more expensive in 2022 - all because of rising manufacturing costs
NVIDIA: SoftBank offered to take over Arm company, and future deal does not threaten Intel and AMD
Tonight, AMD, NVIDIA and Intel will present their new processors and graphics cards
AMD is TSMC's third largest customer - only Apple and MediaTek are higher
Quarterly shipments of Intel and AMD GPUs collapsed, but NVIDIA managed to grow
NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards of the latest generation have almost stopped cheapening, never reaching the recommended prices
NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution were compared in games - it's not so clear yet
NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards of the latest generation have almost stopped cheapening, never reaching the recommended prices
The market is flooded with next-generation NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards, but you should not buy them
Phase two: AMD and NVIDIA to get 3nm products from TSMC following Apple
Ryzen 5000 has allowed AMD to double its presence in gaming notebooks, but things aren't going well with graphics
MSI announces Resizable BAR support for a host of its AMD and Intel processor motherboards
AMD and NVIDIA promise to take action against video card shortages, but it won't get any easier
Today is the opening of CES 2021. Don't forget the broadcasts from AMD, Intel, NVIDIA and other gaming hardware manufacturers!
Quake II RTX ray tracing now available on AMD graphics cards thanks to Vulkan
AMD confirmed that Smart Access Memory is an open technology, but so far only works with the Ryzen 5000.
AMD introduced the powerful Instinct MI100 computing gas pedal on CDNA architecture. NVIDIA responded with the updated A100
NVIDIA will present its AMD Smart Access Memory analog, which will accelerate Ampere operation on any platform