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It's much cheaper to buy a premade gaming PC than building your own computer, thanks to surging memory and graphics card prices.
These are the best graphics cards that PC gamers can buy today from Nvidia GeForce and AMD Radeon.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, the gang tackles the Meltdown and Spectre CPU exploits and sky-high graphics card prices before answering viewer questions.
Nvidia's new patches for GeForce, Quadro, and other graphics cards include mitigations for the devastating Spectre CPU exploit.
Attention multi-monitor gamers: The Asus ROG Bezel-Free Kit makes those ugly edges invisible.
The Nvidia FreeStyle tool lets GeForce Experience change the look at feel of your PC games.
It's later than expected, but GeForce Now for PCs is ready to turn cheap laptops into full-blown gaming rigs.
Nvidia's G-Sync HDR-equipped "Big Format Gaming Displays" are bigger than your TV and pack every bell and whistle you could ask for.
A bug in AMD's Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition is breaking some DirectX 9 games, but a fix is incoming despite reports to the contrary.
Nvidia's GeForce graphics cards range from slim HTPC-boosting options to hardware that crushes PC gaming at 4K. Here's the full lineup.
AMD offers Radeon graphics cards that range from the budget RX 550 to the powerful RX Vega 64. Here's what performance to expect from each.
The Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 64 Limited Edition eliminates the worst of Vega's problems with a wild cooler, but it costs a lot.
Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition is here for AMD graphics cards, stuffed with new features and the AMD Link companion app for mobile devices.
The Titan V brings Nvidia's next-gen Volta GPU to the PC. Here's what PC gamers need to know.
Nvidia's Volta GPU architecture is finally coming to PCs in the Titan V, a graphics card designed for deep learning.
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