Gaming

Bringing a new range of hardware to market is not an easy task, even for Intel. The company has an install base of its ‘Gen’ graphics in hundreds of millions of devices around the world, however the range of use is limited, and it doesn’t tackle every market. This is why Intel started to create its ‘Xe’ graphics portfolio. The new graphics design isn’t just a single microarchitecture – by mixing and matching units where needed, Intel has identified four configurations that target key markets in its sights, ranging from the TeraFLOPs needed at the low-end up to Peta-OPs for high performance computing. Leading up the charge on the driver and software side of the equation is Intel’s Lisa Pearce. Lisa is a 23 year...

The Acer Nitro 5 Review: Renoir And Turing On A Budget

Acer has had a big year in 2020, thanks to their close relationship with AMD. Acer has long been a strong partner of AMD, through the good times, and...

45 by Brett Howse on 10/9/2020

Yet Another Gaming Accessory with RGB: Uninterruptible Power Supply!

Just when you thought there was a gaming version of everything, with shiny flashing LEDs – we’ve seen storage SSDs, M.2 drives, fans, speakers, chairs, keyboards, headsets, mice, even...

30 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 9/28/2020

Honor’s First Gaming Laptop: The Hunter V700

With all the political wrangling going on with Huawei and Honor, one product line that both companies seem to be able to push is the laptop and notebook business...

22 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 9/19/2020

The Future Games Show, 28th August: 1.5hr of Demos and Updates, Showcasing 50+ Games

Want to catch some of the most interesting new trailers and gameplay footage from 50+ upcoming games, spanning AAA to indie? On Friday 28th August, at noon PDT /...

15 by Future Publishing on 8/27/2020

Gaming AIs: NVIDIA Teaches A Neural Network to Recreate Pac-Man

Following last week’s virtual GTC keynote and the announcement of their Ampere architecture, this week NVIDIA has been holding the back-half of their conference schedule. As with the real...

20 by Ryan Smith on 5/22/2020

Dell Gaming Updates: Alienware Goes Super And Dell Adds Ryzen

Today Dell is refreshing the better portion of their gaming lineup, moving to the latest Comet Lake processors on both their Dell-branded Gaming laptops, as well as their Alienware...

17 by Brett Howse on 5/13/2020

SteelSeries Launches Low-Cost Gaming Peripherals With The Rival 3 Gaming Mouse, Apex 3, and Apex 5 Gaming Keyboards

Often we see a lot of fanfare when companies launch their latest flagship products, but those products often come at the high-end of the price spectrum, so it is...

13 by Brett Howse on 1/21/2020

CES 2020: Alienware Showcases Concept UFO, 8" Handheld For Gaming

Dell and Alienware have unveiled a new portable gaming machine it is calling Concept UFO. Demonstrated during its Dell Experience press conference at CES 2020, the Alienware Concept UFO...

19 by Gavin Bonshor on 1/8/2020

The Corsair K63 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review: PC Gaming Untethered

Today we are taking a look at a wireless mechanical keyboard from Corsair, the K63. Designed with living room gaming in mind, the K63 seeks to combine the benefits...

75 by E. Fylladitakis on 9/16/2019

The Eurocom Sky X7C (Clevo P775TM1-G) Gaming Laptop Review: True Desktop Replacement

If you are thinking about a gaming laptop, but are tired of the compromises that come with normal “laptop” parts, then a Desktop Replacement laptop might be a better...

46 by Brett Howse on 8/5/2019

AMD Releases New Chipset Drivers For Ryzen 3000: More Relaxed CPPC2 Upscaling

It’s been nearly three weeks since AMD’s launch of the new Ryzen 3000 series CPUs and our extensive coverage of the new parts. Among one of the things that...

39 by Andrei Frumusanu on 7/30/2019

The MSI GE75 Raider Laptop Review: Core i9 and RTX 2080 Performance

MSI went heavily into developing gaming products several years ago, and although the company’s laptop lineup isn’t exclusively gaming, that is by far the biggest portion of their portfolio...

33 by Brett Howse on 7/12/2019

AMD Ryzen 3000 Post-Review BIOS Update Recap: Larger ST Gains, Some Gains, Some Losses

It’s been a long two weeks following our AMD-review-athon weekend, culminating 7/7 with our extensive coverage of the new Ryzen 3000 series CPUs, the new Radeon RX 5700 series...

75 by Andrei Frumusanu on 7/11/2019

The AMD 3rd Gen Ryzen Deep Dive Review: 3700X and 3900X Raising The Bar

It’s the review we’ve all been waiting for. Since December last year – and particularly since CES – AMD has been teasing us about the new Zen 2 microarchitecture...

451 by Andrei Frumusanu & Gavin Bonshor on 7/7/2019

The Sennheiser GSP670 Wireless Gaming Headset Review: Cutting The Cord

Here at AnandTech we usually don’t really review much audio hardware or audio accessories, however we’ve been given the opportunity to take a look at Sennheiser’s new GSP670 gaming...

30 by Andrei Frumusanu on 7/5/2019

All Ryzen: Q&A with AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su

The biggest news of the annual Computex trade show came from AMD: the company is poised to launch its next generation Zen 2 microarchitecture, along with updates to its...

84 by Dr. Ian Cutress on 6/26/2019

Corsair Unveils Nightsword RGB and M55 RGB Pro Gaming Mice

Corsair, the peripheral, cooling, and jack of all trades powerhouse has unveiled two new gaming mice, the Nightsword RGB, and M55 RGB Pro Gaming mouse. The Corsair Nightsword RGB...

6 by Gavin Bonshor on 6/13/2019

Catch the PC Gaming Show Tomorrow, June 10th, at E3 2019

E3 2019, one of the largest video game industry conferences, is just about to kick off. During the three-day event, the PC Gaming Show will return with big reveals. The...

5 by Future Publishing on 6/9/2019

Google Reveals Stadia Launch Details: November 2019, Starting With a $129 Bundle

A couple months back at GDC 2019, Google announced their intent to step into the video game streaming market with Stadia. Based around Google’s cloud computing platform that’s been...

59 by Ryan Smith on 6/6/2019

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