Nvidia and AMD have both released new graphics card drivers for the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 release, and both seem to have overlay issues despite being optimised to deliver the best gaming frame rates in the latest software. Black Ops 4 is one of the best CoD games released in an age, even without an actual campaign mode. Thanks to the addition of the Battle Royale-ish Blackout mode it could turn out to be one of the most long-lived Call of Duty titles too, and that means it needs good drivers from day one. And, for the most part, both Nvidia and AMD have delivered. Nvidia has had its driver team working up to launch to include every bug fix and performance tweak they can find for the GeForce GPUs, and AMD has managed to squeeze another 5-6% extra frame rates out of both the Radeon RX Vega and RX 580 graphics cards. But both AMD and Nvidia seem to be having problems getting their shiny Adrenalin and GeForce Experience overlays to play nice with the latest software. Nvidia’s … [Read more...] about New Nvidia and AMD drivers deliver optimal Black Ops 4 frame rates, but still require fixes
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With the downfall of Cryptocurrency, the GPU prices have come down as the shortages had caused the prices to go sky high. However, despite the state of crypto mining and GPU prices coming down, most of the Nvidia and AMD GPU prices are still higher than their MSRP. Techspot just recently did a comparison of Nvidia And AMD GPU prices before and after the cryptocurrency mining downfall. While the analysis is a lengthy one but you can see the gist of it in the image below. According to the analysis, most Nvidia and AMD GPUs are still being sold at a higher price compared to their MSRP. Most of the GPUs saw a 9% drop in their price and despite that, the prices for Nvidia and AMD GPUs are still above their MSRP. According to the report, Nvidia’s high-end cards are close to their MSRP prices while the low-end and mid-range Nvidia GPUs are still way above their MSRP prices.As for the AMD GPUs, the lineup is still 15% above their MSRP and the report suggests that like Nvidia’s … [Read more...] about Nvidia And AMD GPU Prices Still 15% Above MSRP, What It Means For Next-Gen GPUs?
After months of inflated prices due to the cryptocurrency mining craze, the best graphics cards on the market are finally returning to more sensible cost levels. Even though new Nvidia technology is in the works at the higher-end, the more reasonable prices still make it a good time to get a new GPU, whether you're looking to get the fastest card on the market, a budget option or something in the middle. If you just want the straight recommendations, this is our current top pick for the best graphics card, and if you're looking for the best price vs performance offering, this is our current best value graphics card. In terms of our pick for the best value offering, we've targeted a degree of longevity and better-than-console throughout for our best budget graphics card. Getting the right graphics card is critical because it does most of the heavy lifting that brings your games to life, influencing performance more than any other component in your system. Graphics hardware capable of … [Read more...] about Best graphics cards 2018: every major Nvidia and AMD GPU tested
Computex 2018 is around the corner and it is the biggest computer event of the year starting off on the 5th of June and will last until the 9th of June. Here we are going to talk about what you can expect to see from AMD and Nvidia at Computex 2018. We are going to talk about the main highlights of the event once Computex 2018 starts so stay tuned for that as well. While we get closer and closer to Computex 2018 with each passing day we are getting leaks and rumors regarding what we can expect to see. This is not something unusual and we start getting these reports and rumors around the same time each year. The following is what you can expect to see from AMD and Nvidia at Computex 2018. AMD AMD has had a lot of success with AMD Ryzen series of CPUs as well as the newly released AMD Ryzen 2 series. At Computex 2018 we could get to see what AMD has in store for the future of AMD Zen architecture and we could also get the release of AMD Threadripper 2nd generation. We have been getting … [Read more...] about Computex 2018: What You Can Expect From Nvidia And AMD At The Event
Nvidia and AMD have been waging war against each other for as long as we can remember and last year at CES 2017 Nvidia claimed to be the number 1 gaming platform but it did not specify PC gaming. Being number one in gaming is a huge deal and it seems that AMD Radeon graphics could have caught up with Nvidia after all. After the Nvidia GeForce Partners Program, AMD marketing has been very aggressive in making its part of the story heard and there is a 34-page long report that backs up the claim that AMD Radeon graphics are being used by 53% gamers, which is more than Nvidia and Intel combined. While Intel only deals in integrated graphics right now we have been getting word that Intel is also going to be launching a dGPU. If that is the case then Intel will not only be competing with AMD but Nvidia as well. AMD has made a come back last year and it is noticeable to keep in mind that AMD Radeon graphics are used everywhere. In desktop PCs, laptops, notebooks and console amongst … [Read more...] about AMD Radeon Graphics Are Being Used By 53% Of Gamers, More Than Nvidia And Intel Combined