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Yes, E3 2016 is most definitely underway, and AMD and Alienware are in the mix in the big way.These cards are going to transform PC gaming this summer, giving gamers enthusiast class performance and features for gamers at mainstream price points.

Polaris-based Radeon RX 500 Series cards may still be on AMD’s roadmap

Polaris-based Radeon RX 500 Series cards may still be on AMD’s roadmap But there is still talk about a Radeon RX 500 Series of graphics cards slated for April.More: AMD’s upcoming Vega-based graphics cards will be called Radeon RX Vega “There’s a lot of speculation about our next series of gaming GPUs.

Review: The Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti is the first real 4K GPU, but who drives it better, AMD or Intel?

Review: The Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti is the first real 4K GPU, but who drives it better, AMD or Intel? Today, Nvidia launched the GTX 1080 Ti ($699), its new highest-end consumer GPU.The GTX 1080 Ti is a GP102-based design with 3,584 GPU cores, 224 texture units, and 88 ROPS (3584:224:88).

AMD’s rumored Radeon RX 500 graphics card family won’t be a simple rebranding

AMD’s rumored Radeon RX 500 graphics card family won’t be a simple rebranding The Polaris-based Radeon RX 400 Series cards on the market are based on 14nm low power early FinFET-based processing technology, which was an early version providing “area and power benefits.The Radeon RX 580 will likely sell for $200 while the RX 570 will probably sell for around $150 and the Radeon RX 560 for $100.

Upcoming AMD Radeon RX 500 Series cards appear in photos as engineering samples

Upcoming AMD Radeon RX 500 Series cards appear in photos as engineering samples 2 beta driver files, AMD’s unannounced Radeon RX 500 Series of graphics cards now show up as purported engineering samples in several images published online.The images supposedly show someone holding the Radeon RX 570 and RX 580 cards.

AMD 500 series graphics card names and RAM sizes detailed

AMD 500 series graphics card names and RAM sizes detailed Listings for AMD’s long-rumored 500 series graphics cards have begun to appear online, giving us out first idea of the naming convention AMD has opted for, as well as the amount of RAM those cards come with.Along with AMD’s suspected top-end graphics cards based on its Vega architecture, AMD has been working on a 500 series lineup to compete more directly with some of Nvidia’s Pascal graphics processors (GPU).

Leaked slides give up more AMD 500 series graphics card details

Leaked slides give up more AMD 500 series graphics card details It was only a week or so ago that we saw a number of AMD’s 500 series graphics cards show up on various retailer websites, but it turns out the pre-release information leaks didn’t actually occur there.The first slide gives us some basic information about the 500 series, including the fact that it should deliver a more efficient experience, especially when idling.

Who says PC gaming is expensive? AMD’s RX 570 can handle 1080p for less than $200

Who says PC gaming is expensive? AMD’s RX 570 can handle 1080p for less than $200 While the Asus Strix RX 570 with 4GB of memory which received for review retails at $190, the base MSRP for the basic RX 570 is only $170.On paper, the RX 570 does look strikingly familiar to the RX 470.

AMD reveals the wallet-friendly Radeon RX 500 video card family with RX 580/570 launch

AMD reveals the wallet-friendly Radeon RX 500 video card family with RX 580/570 launch The Strix GTX 970 with the same settings can only manage 58 frames per second, while the Radeon R9 380X can only generate 52 frames per second.Meanwhile, the EVGA GTX 960 only churns out 59 frames per second and the Radeon R7 370 only does 40 frames per second.

Close to the Metal Ep. 39: The RX 570 Live Review

Close to the Metal Ep. 39: The RX 570 Live Review The rumors are true, and AMD is rolling out the RX 500 Series cards a little ahead of schedule.The RX 480 only made its debut in June of 2016, but the Radeons are moving up the flagpole, and we have an Asus Strix RX 570 in our hands, with the test results to prove it.

AMD Radeon Crimson ReLive Edition adds support for RX 580 and 570 GPUs

AMD Radeon Crimson ReLive Edition adds support for RX 580 and 570 GPUs Why it matters to you If you're looking to get the best out of that new Radeon RX 580 or 570 GPU, then the latest AMD driver software is for you.That’s why AMD’s latest version of its Radeon Crimson ReLive Edition software suite should be welcome to users of the company’s latest GPUs.

AMD quietly launches entry-level Radeon RX 540 mobile graphics chip

AMD quietly launches entry-level Radeon RX 540 mobile graphics chip The Radeon RX 540 appears likely to be the mobile version of the RX 550, and will offer better-than-integrated graphics performance and not much more, according to The Tech Report.In terms of specifications, the Radeon RX 540 will support up to 4GB of GDDR5 memory running on a 128-bit interface and provide up to 96GB/s bandwidth.

Flash your Radeon RX 470 or RX 480 cards to get next-generation performance

Flash your Radeon RX 470 or RX 480 cards to get next-generation performance AMD’s most recent Polaris-based graphics cards, the Radeon RX 570 and RX 580, are built on the same technology as their predecessors, the Radeon RX 470 and RX 480.At the same time, because the GPUs are similar enough, some intrepid hardware hackers decided to try to turn their Radeon RX 470 and RX 480 cards into a reasonable facsimile of their successors.

Sapphire details Pulse line of AMD 500 series graphics cards

Sapphire details Pulse line of AMD 500 series graphics cards The Pulse line will nestle itself behind the more premium Nitro+ Sapphire cards, looking to take on an audience that may have opted for a competitor otherwise.The new graphics cards will all be based around AMD’s new 500 series Polaris graphics processors (GPU), including the RX 580, 570, 570 ITX and the 550.

Gigabyte fields two new overclocked RX 550 video cards for gamers on a budget

Gigabyte fields two new overclocked RX 550 video cards for gamers on a budget The Radeon RX 550 D5 2G and the Radeon RX 550 Gaming OC 2G are both aimed at gamers on a budget, but could be very compelling options for anyone aiming to assemble a new rig without breaking the bank.The OC 2G boasts a core clock speed of 1,219 MHz, while the D5 2G is capable of 1,195 MHz.