A recent report claims that NVIDIA is already testing its high-end RTX 40-series GPUs. Evidence suggests that the new graphics cards could arrive as early as fall 2022.
If a new report is to be believed, the day is almost upon us wherein we can all buy graphics cards at MSRP without such an occurrence being considered a special event.
NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 30-series graphics cards are powerful and varied. Here's where you can grab anything from a 3060 to a 3090 for your gaming PC.
Get ready to go back in time; the era of grossly inflated GPU prices seems to be winding down. EVGA's recent restock is further evidence that the graphics card supply chain is healing.
Samsung held the highest market share among semiconductor vendors in 2021. As a whole, the semiconductor industry saw a growth of 26% year-over-year and reached a total revenue of over 594 million.
Are you a PC gamer who likes to ball on a budget? For the first time in years, that's possible again, thanks to EVGA.
Windows 11, Windows 3.1, and trains being streamed on Twitch were only some of the topics on the most recent episode of This Week in Tech.
If consumers are unable to get the graphics cards of yesterday, is the world ready for the graphics cards of tomorrow? Experts have a verdict on the matter.
New figures say that graphics cards shipments rose dramatically in 2021 compared to the previous year. It's reported that the GPU market reached almost $52 billion in shipment value in 2021.
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