AMD's Radeon RX 6000 cards are out in the market and have support for ray tracing, but that isn't nearly enough to compete with NVIDIA. Here's why AMD needs FidelityFX Super Resolution and other features.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is one of the best games in the series, striking the perfect balance between the franchise's newfound RPG gameplay and a focused narrative that pays respects to its predecessors in meaningful ways.
With Zen 3 a thing for Ryzen CPUs, we finally have enough complications in the Ryzen motherboard lineup that anyone new to PC building will have a hard time navigating through multiple different chipsets from the many motherboard manufacturers in the market for AMD CPUs. This guide will seek to clear up most of these distinctions and will help you find the exact motherboard for your particular Ryzen CPU.
Watch Dogs Legion is the first open-world Ubisoft title to support ray tracing, so what do you need to do to achieve good performance? Well, even a baseline RTX 2060 can potentially outperform the next-gen consoles.
When AMD revealed the Radeon RX 5600 XT for 1080p gaming, many were confused over the lower VRAM amount present. When compared with the RX 5500 XT, the 5600 XT has 6GB of VRAM. The former though has 8 gigs. This was a confusing move as the newer card is supposed to be more powerful, so when asked about it, AMD had the following to say:
As we’ve tested many GPUs over the years here, we’ve seen that at lower resolutions like 1080p, most games max out at 4GB of VRAM. It’s one of the reasons why NVIDIA’s GTX 1050 Ti and 1060 cards were so popular among budget gamers. Mithun went on to explain:
So there you go. The RX 5600 XT marks a new step for team red as they venture out to have a complete lineup of Radeon Navi GPUs at different price points. While the much-awaited ‘Big Navi’ card has still not been revealed, the RX 5000 series thus far should make up for competing with NVIDIA. At least until raytracing arrives…
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