The AMD RX 590 is out now and if you are interested in checking out how it compares to the Nvidia GTX 1060 then you have come to the right place. Here we are going to look into the performance of the AMD RX 590 and the Nvidia GTX 1060 in different modern AAA games. AMD RX 590 Benchmarks The AMD RX 590 is able to blow the Nvidia GTX 1060 out of the water when it comes to performance in modern games at 1080p. While the price is a bit high as compared to the RX 580 but keeping in mind that AMD is bundling the card with Devil May Cry 5, The Division 2 and Resident Evil 2 remake, which alone are $180, overall the card is great value for money. PreviousNext The benchmarks show that the AMD RX 590 has a noticeable edge over the GTX 1060. It is worth mentioning that the AMD RX 590 does consume more power as compared to the GTX 1060. If you are looking for the more powerful graphics card in the sub-300 dollar range then the RX 590 is a no-brainer but if you are looking for … [Read more...] about AMD RX 590 Vs Nvidia GTX 1060 Benchmarks In Different Games
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AMD’s first new gaming graphics card in over a year is here, and it’s more or less just an overclocked version of its best two year-old GPU from the Polaris range. But, while the AMD RX 590 might not sound particularly impressive on paper, it still represents a smart play by team Radeon in the only sector of the graphics card market it can really make a difference. With Nvidia not looking to pull a mainstream GPU out of its latest 20-series, Turing-based hat until well into next year, the GTX 1060 stands alone as the only sub-$300 GeForce GPU around. And that’s the segment of the market where the AMD vs. Nvidia debate rages hardest, with the AMD RX 580 going toe-to-toe with Nvidia’s GTX 1060. Right now the RX 580 is on top due to its modern API superiority and lower sticker price, but AMD is looking to double down on that modest advantage with a new take on its own tech. It has therefore released the Radeon RX 590. A card based on the same Polaris graphics … [Read more...] about PowerColor AMD RX 590 review: the fastest sub-$300 graphics card and a smart play by team Radeon
Forza games have always been the best looking games of their time and Forza Horizon 4 is no exception. While the game is a technical marvel for the Xbox One, the developers have taken the game a step further on the Xbox One X. Let us see the differences between the two versions in our Forza Horizon 4 graphics comparison. You can check out the Forza Horizon 4 graphics comparison in the video below, courtesy of Candyland. The video compares the Xbox One version of the game with the Xbox One X along with the 60 FPS mode and 30 FPS mode. For those who don’t know, if you decide to play the game on at native 4K on the Xbox One X then the game will be locked at 30 FPS while the 60 FPS mode of the game runs at 1080p resolution. This Forza Horizon 4 graphics comparison reveals the differences between the two versions. Despite Xbox One X being the more powerful console, thanks to its 6 TFLOPs of GPU compute, the Xbox One version of the game still hold its own. Aside from being an Xbox One … [Read more...] about Forza Horizon 4 Xbox One vs Xbox One One X Graphics Comparison, A Technical Marvel!
For 1080p PC gaming, there are two graphics cards that immediately stand out: Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1060 and AMD's Radeon RX 580. These popular graphics cards sit in the price versus performance sweet spot, often boasting better than console-quality graphics at double the frame-rate for just a few hundred dollars. Perhaps unsurprisingly, while a lot of PC gaming coverage focuses on high-end machines and components, it's affordable mid-range cards that are by far the most widely used. In fact, according to a recent Steam Hardware Survey, more than twelve per cent of gamers reported using a GTX 1060, compared to just over one per cent using a top-end GTX 1080 Ti. To help you decide between these two 1080p heroes, we'll take a look at how each card performs in nine different games, including modern titles like Battlefield 1, Assassin's Creed: Unity and Ghost Recon Wildlands. Of course, we'll also look at some classic titles like Crysis 3! While benchmarks are helpful, they're not the full … [Read more...] about GeForce GTX 1060 vs Radeon RX 580: which is best for 1080p gaming?
HTC Vive Pro just came out recently and it still uses the equipment of the previous version but it is an update from the resolution point of view. Here we are going to look at how well the HTC Vive Pro, Oculus Rift and older HTC Vive run Skyrim VR and Fallout 4 VR. If you are looking to get a new headset and were wondering about the different options available then this will be a good basis for you to make the purchase decision. What is the difference between the older Vive and the new Pro version? The new one features an AMOLED display that has a resolution of 2,880 x 1,600 and 615 PPI(2,160 x 1,200, 448 PPI on the older model). The tracking area has been increased to 33 x 33 feet(15 x 15 on the older model). There are different connectivity options as well. While the older one featured HDMI, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, the HTC Vive Pro comes with USB-C 3.0, DisplayPort 1.2, Bluetooth. Do keep in mind that the Pro version costs $800 and that is only for the … [Read more...] about HTC Vive Pro vs Oculus Rift vs HTC Vive In Skyrim VR And Fallout 4 VR, Check Out The Benchmarks Here