After a year of rumors for the AMD RX Vega cards, the new GPU line has finally been released! AMD Radeon RX Vega hit the shelves in late August, and we can now compare these cards against their rivals, the NVIDIA GTX 1070 and 1080. RX Vega uses the HBM2, second generation of SK Hynix
With all of AMD’s recent Vega news and product releases, it can be confusing to know which card is for what purpose. As more benchmarks come out detailing card comparisons, take into consideration what each card was meant for before you purchase one. To make things simpler, below is a chart to give a brief
Mining Cards from NVIDIA & AMD You’ve probably noticed the prices of GPUs skyrocketing due to the recent cryptocurrency mining craze. NVIDIA has since reacted to the demand and presented a new GPU specifically geared towards miners. This card will not have any Displayports and only has a three month warranty. The 90 day warranty
AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition Review AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition was released 2 weeks ago, and while the debate still rages on regarding the pros and cons of AMD vs NVIDIA, we do know more substantial information about these cards. For most “prosumer” applications, the AMD Radeon Vega card more than holds their own.
Core Count Craziness Ever since Intel released the first dual core central processing unit (CPU) back in 2006, the computer hardware market has never looked back at single die/single core CPUs. However, despite dual core and even quad core CPU’s being mainstream for around 10 years now, the adoption of higher core counts has been
The type of tasks you perform should be determine the Central Processing Unit (CPU) for your gaming system. If you will be sticking to older games, you do not need the highest end gaming CPU. If you will be editing in 3-D programs or other high-end uses, you’ll choose differently. The question isn’t “What’s the best