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Intel’s First Gaming Graphics Card Will Compete With NVIDIA and AMD’s Top Tier GPUs

Revealed earlier this month by Raja Koduri, Intel's XE-HPG (DG2) is pretty much ready for developers to start coding games for, and new leaks have given us a taste of what to expect in the performance department.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti Early Reviews Show Performance 20% Behind RTX 3080

NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 3070 Ti is yet to launch officially, but early reviews have already leaked out performance numbers for the new card.

Xbox Series X/S Consoles Confirmed To Support AMD FSR

After a long wait, AMD shocked the world with its reveal of FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR), the...

TSMC’s 4nm Semiconductor Manufacturing Process To Start Trial Ahead Of Its Planned Schedule

Silicon manufacturing giant TSMC based in Taiwan has recently announced that it will start testing its newest 4nm semiconductor manufacturing process ahead of its planned schedule. The 4nm process was supposed to go into trial production in Q4 of 2021 which has now been moved up to Q3.

AMD Announces RX 6000M Series Mobile GPUs Based on RDNA 2 Graphics Architecture at Computex 2021

Alongside the bunch of other announcements, AMD today also announced its much-awaited RX 6000M mobile GPUs. The...

AMD’s RDNA 2 GPU Architecture To Feature In Tesla’s New Model S and Model X, Bringing PS5-Level Gaming Performance On The Road

At its Computex 2021 keynote, AMD announced its partnership with Tesla with the use of the company's latest RDNA 2 GPU architecture in the 2021 Tesla Model S and X.

NVIDIA Announces RTX 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti – Two More GPUs Gamers Won’t Get Their Hands On For A While

After numerous leaks and rumours, NVIDIA officially revealed the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti at Computex 2021, starting at $599 and available from June 10th.

AMD Reveals FidelityFX Super Resolution – The Open Source DLSS Alternative That Should Have NVIDIA Worried

After months of speculation, AMD finally took the curtains off of FidelityFX Super Resolution, which is team red's alternative to NVIDIA's DLSS for enhancing image quality in games while maintaining good performance.