The Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 5700 XT is as close to perfection as a graphics card can get, bolstered by ingenious software tricks.
The XFX Radeon RX 5700 XT Thicc II Ultra is like a muscle car: High-performing, a little loud, extremely impressive, and in need of some slight tinkering for peak performance.
The AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.9.2 drivers releasing today adds support for Radeon Image Sharpening to the Radeon RX 470, 480, 570, 580, and 590.
LG's latest OLED TVs are adding support for Nvidia's G-Sync Compatible technology via a firmware update, though you'll need a current GeForce graphics card to use it.
We break down the pros and cons of reference graphics card designs by AMD and Nvidia, and custom models created by their board partners.
Acer's Predator gaming lineup brought big guns to IFA 2019, with new Triton 300 and 500 laptops and the new triple-monitor Predator Thronos Air gaming "chair."
As promised, an Intel graphics patch has added support for integer scaling and nearest-neighbor interpolation to Ice Lake CPUs, under the 'retro scaling' branding.
PCWorld CPU guru breaks down what you get and what you don't when you pay extra for an unlocked K-series Intel processor.
Enthusiast-friendly power tools lurk in every corner of Windows 10. Let's shine a light on some of the more obscure ones.
PCWorld processor guru Gordon Mah Ung digs into the contentious question: Is it okay to buy a used CPU? And if so, how do you do it as safely as possible?
PCWorld CPU guru Gordon Mah Ung explains who should and shouldn't upgrade their workhorse Intel Core i7-2600K processor, and which CPUs to replace it with.
AMD just released a whitepaper diving deep into the technical details of RDNA, the new graphics architecture that will power everything from Radeon GPUs to consoles and even mobile phones.
Nvidia's GeForce Now game-streaming service is adding key new features as it prepares for a full launch: real-time ray tracing and support for Android devices.
PCWorld CPU guru Gordon Mah Ung explains why so many flagship PC hardware launches suffer from supply woes, then digs into whether or not you should preorder parts to avoid the headache.
Like Quake II before it, full-blown path tracing is coming to Minecraft with Nvidia's help.