Early this morning, or I suppose late yesterday in other parts of the world, AMD finally revealed all its new CPU lineup as well as the first GPU’s with its new RDNA architecture. So we have quite a lot to discuss today. But let’s start with specifications, and I’ll not Continue Reading
Wondering how an RX 570 performs in World War Z? Here is the benchmark.
So yeah, we tested GTX 1650 in Apex Legends as well.
Yesterday Nvidia announced the smallest yet of the Turing line – GeForce GTX 1650. It is based on the TU117 graphics chip and has 7 thread processing clusters (or TPC for short) with 14 SM, 896 CUDA cores, 56 texturing units and 32 ROPs. The memory bus is just 128-bits Continue Reading
With the new GeForce GTX 1650 out, we had to test it out in Fortnite.
As we were working on some of our World War Z tests, we started liking the scary intro zombie so the World War Z Wallpaper was born. You can check out our World War Z Tests Here. Disclaimer: This is a completely unofficial wallpaper. It was created because we like Continue Reading
After Nvidia announced GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, we knew that there will most likely be a non-Ti version. That was announced on 15 of March and we already informed you of the basics. Still here there are again. GeForce GTX 1660 is also based on the same TU116 chip and Continue Reading
Before we get our hands on the brand new GTX 1660 and run all of the tests, we thought we should take a quick look and the specs and compare it to the GTX 1660 TI.
One of the question we get frequently asked is “is this processor good for that card” or “is that card good with that processor”. The idea behind it is that a slow processor will limit the performance of the graphics card and it is not entirely without merit. That is Continue Reading
Building a powerful Mini-ITX video editing and streaming PC based on Intel Core i7-8700 CPU.