If you have antivirus software from McAfee, Avast, Sophos, Avira, or ArcaBit installed on your PC, it might not boot correctly after the latest Windows patch.
Nvidia's embrace of AMD FreeSync displays continues with a fresh batch of G-Sync Compatible certifications.
System architect Mark Cerny gives us our first taste of the Sony PlayStation 5's capabilities, and it's more PC-like than ever.
Microsoft is working on Surface-branded earbuds to accompany its Surface Headphones, according to a Thurrott.com report.
Nvidia released new Game Ready drivers that enable some GeForce GTX graphics cards to run real-time ray tracing tasks previously exclusive to pricey RTX GPUs.
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A recent Optane Memory driver update lets PCs with Celeron and Pentium processors use the radical caching technology.
Microsoft upgraded the entry-level Surface Book 2 with an 8th-gen Intel processor and twice as many CPU cores over the weekend.
A week after Shadow of the Tomb Raider patched in support for Nvidia's DLSS and ray-traced shadows, BioWare's Anthem is also adding Deep Learning Super Sampling.
Intel's modernized Graphics Command Center lays the groundwork for the launch of "Xe" discrete graphics cards in 2020.
Nvidia's $99 Jetson Nano Developer Kit uses a 128-core Maxwell GPU to put complex deep learning and image processing capabilities in the hands of makers.
At GDC 2019, Nvidia announced plans to ship a driver that enables basic ray tracing functionality on some GeForce GTX graphics cards, expanding the technology beyond pricier RTX GPUs.
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1660 and EVGA's superb XC Ultra custom design combine to (finally!) jettison AMD's Radeon RX 580 from its spot as the mainstream gaming champion.
Gordon, Alaina, Adam, and Brad bring you this week's hot news on all things PC, including GTX vs. RTX vs Radeon, Ryzen 3000 rumors, and USB4 (kinda) explained.
The EVGA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti XC Ultra strips out fancy extras to focus purely on great performance in all functional areas.