Nvidia GeForce MX450 vs MX350 vs MX250 – Nvidia’s latest ultraportable friendly GPU features PCIe 4.0 & GDDR6 Memory

Recently Nvidia announced their new low power mobile GPU, the GeForce MX450. Its predecessor, the MX350 was only released in February 2020, with the MX250 being released in February 2019. Nvidia hasn’t released that much information about the GPU and a lot of companies have only just started using the GeForce MX350, with many others … Read more

Nvidia GTX 1650 officially announced for desktops and laptops. GTX 1660 Ti is coming to laptops too

Yesterday Nvidia officially launched the GTX 1650 for both desktops and laptops, as well as announcing that the GTX 1660 Ti is coming to laptops too. The launch coincided with Intel’s new 9th Gen Core laptop CPU launch and apparently over 80 new laptop models featuring GTX 1660 Ti or GTX 1650 will begin rolling … Read more

Possible AMD Navi Radeon RX GPU Benchmarks Leaks on CompuBench

We know that the next generation of AMD Navi GPUs will be launching later this year, possibly around the time of the rumoured CPU launch on 7th of July. However, we don’t have much information on how the new GPUs will perform or anything about their specification apart from the 7nm fabrication process. A recent … Read more

Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti (or maybe 1160) could launch soon

Nvidia always appear to have at least one rumour floating around and the latest one is the new non ray-tracing card that could be launched. The GTX 2060 was released recently and has seen overwhelmingly positive reviews with it having the best price to performance of all the RTX cards comfortably outperforming the GTX 1070ti … Read more

Nvidia receives back 300,000 GPUs after overestimating crypto mining & gamer demand causing delays to GTX 2080/1180

PC users have had a frustrating couple of years with rising RAM and GPU prices. The DDR4 RAM issue could be due to price fixing and/or an issue with supply and demand with so many modern PCs and phones switching to DDR4. With the GPU market, everyone has blamed the surge of crypto-currency mining but … Read more

DRAM demand slowdowns are potentially lowering DDR4 prices & GPU prices.

The demand for DRAM declined in April, creating an oversupply in the market in Japan and elsewhere. It is possible if this trend continues along with new production that we have previously reported on, we may actually see a drop in DDR4 prices this year. DRAM demand comes primarily from the smartphone market, data centres … Read more

First DDR4 price hikes, then GPU, now NAND / flash memory due to Samsung power outage

The AMD Ryzen launch last year did a great job at lowering CPU and motherboard prices for PC gaming enthusiast, but unfortunately, this was tarred with a 200% surge in the pricing of DDR4 over 2 years. Over the past year, we have seen GPU prices inflate thanks to cryptocurrency miners, with them buying $776M … Read more

GPU & DDR4 Prices could rise even further due to 20% silicon price hike

PC enthusiasts are having a hard time. Lately, crypto-mining has surged GPU prices and created shortages, and DDR4 has been skyrocketing in price for over a year now. I have previously posted that there is a chance DDR4 may start to see a dip in prices this year, but recent news could negatively affect this … Read more

AMD releases the 1st 1GHz GPU: ATI Radeon HD 4890

AMD today launched a factory-overclocked version of its ATI Radeon HD 4890 graphics chipset. The move takes the 850MHz core clock speed of the standard edition and boosts it to 1GHz. This overclocked model is the first GPU to reach the 1 gigahertz milestone, which according to AMD will boost the peak computing power from … Read more