Commenter Make.Sense is in the market for a new video card, but like many PC gamers out there doesn't know if he should go with an AMD, a NVIDIA card, or something from one of those other gaming video card companies that don't really exist. Trick is, he wants everyone to be nice and calm. Let's try our best!
The idea from the start was a game that blurred the lines between how games looked on console and PC.
Is your PC version of Rage crashing to the desktop? Do you have an ATI graphics card? Bethesda's Pete Hines tweets that a conflict between ATI's Battlefield 3 beta drivers and Rage might be the cause. Time for a rollback!
Nvidia vs ATI. To PC gamers who are big on their hardware races, it's like Ford vs GM, Packers vs Bears or Sony vs Microsoft. Sadly, it's a fight that's about to get a name change.
Crysis may have been the benchmark for PC graphics in 2007, but as we power on into 2010, it's looking a little long in the tooth compared to what's coming in the future.
This is the Sapphire Radeon HD 5970, and it's apparently the world's fastest production video card. Which it had want to be, with a price tag hovering around the $700 mark.
Meet the ATI Radeon HD 5970. Why are we bothering to introduce you? Because the ATI Radeon HD 5970 is now the world's fastest graphics card, that's why.
Pity those who only just got on top of Crysis' recommended specs. Because if word on the street is to be believed, the next next generation of PC hardware is only a few months away.
Some of you may know exactly what you're after in a graphics card, and that's great. Good for you. But for most people, the market is a confusing one, so why not let the experts give you a hand?
PC gamers may want to have some extra cash on-hand in a few month's time, because both AMD and Nvidia are expected to release the "next generation" of graphics chips later this year.
Once was a time a graphics card handled just that. Graphics. But these days? Nvidia cards already handle physics processing, and by next year both Nvidia and ATI cards might handling AI as well.
Processor and graphics-card manufacturer Advanced Micro Devices is cutting 1,000 jobs and reducing pay for everyone else to get through terrible times for computer sales.
A hot topic this year aongst nay-sayers has been the impending "death" of the PC gaming market. Let's hear what AMD's senior vice president Rick Bergman has to say on the subject.
When the PC industry's big guns high-fived as they broke from a warm, gushy group hug, they high-fived with a pledge: that they'd do what they could to help give traditional PC gaming a kick in the pants. We've seen what Nvidia are doing, so what about AMD? They're...well, they're going to start putting little badges…