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AMD's next-gen 'Navi' graphics cards won't feature a multi-chip design similar to the makeup of Ryzen CPUs, Radeon's new graphics chief says.
You can pick up the 4GB Asus Radeon RX 580 overclock edition for $210 at Newegg, but not for long.
Intel confirmed it would have a discrete GPU product by 2020. Given the company's spotty history with GPUs, the plans to compete again with AMD’s Radeon and Nvidia’s GeForce products have been described as “aggressive.”
One year, one product. The head of AMD's Radeon engineering team says AMD got distracted by tangential products, and that that will change.
Right now an EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti with ACX 3.0 cooling is $470 at Amazon, B&H, and Newegg.
Nvidia's massive TV-sized BFGD G-Sync monitors are coming this year, but the CEO says next-gen GeForce graphics cards won't show up for a 'long time.'
Nvidia will talk about its "Next Generation Mainstream GPU" at Hot Chips in August, suggesting that new GeForce graphics cards will launch this summer.
Several major websites ran articles claiming the new Asus Arez GPU brand was already dead, but the Arez Twitter account was a fake.
The Core X external GPU case will take up to a 3-slot wide GPU, provide up to 100 watts over Thunderbolt 3 for charging, and cost just $299.
Razer's new Core X GPU cabinet trades size for off the shelf parts, a much lower price and even Macintosh comparability
Nvidia's 3GB GeForce GTX 1050 blends elements from the original GTX 1050 and the GTX 1050 Ti in an unusual configuration.
AMD lands another Radeon-exclusive brand in MSI's RX Mech 2 graphics cards. Is it because of the now-dead GeForce Partner Program?
Graphics card prices haven't quite returned to pre-crisis levels, but Nvidia's GeForce GPUs are at or near MSRP.
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Nvidia is pulling the plug on its GeForce Partner Program, which reportedly required graphics card makers to sell GeForce-exclusive brands.
The Asus Arez lineup won't be the only new Radeon-exclusive graphics card brand, AMD says.
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