Alienware Graphics Amplifier

Posted by Ted Pollack on November 14th 2014 | Permalink
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Gaming on a notebook has traditionally been a less than ideal solution for most committed PC gamers. Thin and light laptops with integrated (or lower end dGPU) graphics can only handle a limited range of current generation games. Nevertheless, serious gaming notebooks can handle just about any gaming task quite

Nvidia’s GTX 980 Maxwell monster

Posted by Robert Dow on October 9th 2014 | Permalink
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If you’re a gaming enthusiast, this is the AIB you’ve been waiting for

Benchmarking the AMD FirePro W9100

Posted by Alex Herrera on April 16th 2014 | Permalink
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Our choice to benchmark the FirePro W9100 is the same tool we used previously on its W9000 predecessor: Viewperf 12. This latest version of SPEC’s venerable Viewperf benchmark is designed to isolate the stress on the graphics card specifically, rather than the system as a whole. As a result,

Enter Maxwell

Posted by Robert Dow on March 13th 2014 | Permalink
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Nvidia’s latest, greatest GPU/AIB

Corel updates Video Studio, releases V7

Posted by Kathleen Maher on March 11th 2014 | Permalink
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From moms to marketers: new program has wide range of features for every type of user

Playing with 4K - Do I need one, can I afford one?

Posted by Jon Peddie on February 6th 2014 | Permalink
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Dell recently released a new 4K monitor, the P3214Q, that has a beautiful 32-inch IGZO IPS panel. You know the old saying: If you have to ask how much it costs, you can’t afford it? It’s still true. This little big beauty sells for $3,500, which

AMD’s A10 Kaveri impresses

Posted by Robert Dow on January 23rd 2014 | Permalink
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First experiences with AMD’s new APU

AMD’s R9 290 series drives 4K monitors well

Posted by Robert Dow on November 27th 2013 | Permalink
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The Graphics Core Next architecture is opening up the 4K gamer market  There is a shift coming in the high-end gaming segment, with more and more enthusiast gaming, and gamers, converting to Ultra HD. The new high-end AIBs will be tasked with displaying playable frame rates in these higher

Playing with GeForce Experience

Posted by Jon Peddie on November 27th 2013 | Permalink
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Nvidia has generated a clever new app for PC gamers that uses an Nvidia GPU (desktop or notebook) called the GeForce Experience. The app has two features: a DVR-like recorder, called ShadowPlay, that will make a video of what you did in the game, and an optimizer/tuner for game

AMD APU-based HP Envy TouchSmart Sleekbook

Posted by Robert Dow on November 21st 2013 | Permalink
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Great value, good performance