Looking to buy a new video card this holiday season? I don’t blame you. New titles like Battlefield 3 and Skyrim are sure to tax the systems of many gamers. Let’s have a look at some excellent cards. You’ll find a recommendation for any budget.
Computer Processing, Graphics & Memory: Troubleshooting Tips, Tutorials & Reviews Of CPU & Memory To Help You Get the Most From Your Computer
The fundamental component which drives your computer is processing power in the form of a Central Processing Unit (CPU). Working alongside the CPU is your graphics card and memory allocation, which allow you to run multimedia, applications, and provide a solid end user experience. In this topic we define the CPU, graphics processing and memory, look at the latest processors and memory products, and compare computer systems which house such products in terms of functionality and stability. Looking at the latest offerings (and battles) of Intel and AMD, and troubleshooting your CPU, graphics and memory issues, to enable you to run a stable system that has optimum speed and seamless graphics.
If you think you are the expert on all things Intel, take this brain-churning, grey-matter sizzling quiz to test just how much you know about Intel Corporation and the long history that goes with this famous brand name.
Graphics cards remain a critical component for PC gamers. They’re also among the most complex parts in a modern computer, rivaling the motherboard and the processor. Think you know everything about them? Let’s find out.
AMD has long been the underdog in the mobile space because of inferior performance and battery life, but now the company is releasing a new line of Fusion mobile processors based off the architecture called Llano. Can it turn the tides?
AMD’s Fusion APUs have hit the market, combining a CPU and GPU into a single, low-power processor architecture. According to early AMD press material, this design offers “90% of mainstream performance” but draws much less power. Does Fusion deliver?