Category Archives: Graphics cards

External GPU box for Virtual Reality for portable Macs

Apple recently updated it’s iMacs with Virtual Reality support. Some older high-end computers from Apple, like iMac Retina 5K Late 2015 with R9 M395X graphics are capable to run less resource demanding virtual reality too, but probable the most known virtual reality manufacturer, Oculus Rift, said they won’t support VR on Macs till Apple creates powerful computer. Even… Read More »

NVidia announced cheap GPUs based on Pascal

NVidia officially announced the most cheapest GPUs of Pascal family – GTX 1050 and more-powered GTX 1050 Ti. These GPUs are first desktop GPUs powered by cores GP107 manufactured by Samsung with 14-nm FinFET technology. Older Pascal chips were equiped with 16nm FinFET technology manufactured by TSMC. These graphics cards should be available at 25. October. What’s the… Read More »

Integrated vs. dedicated graphics cards – which one should I choose?

When you are buying new computer or new graphics card, you may get confused – we have to choose between integrated and dedicated graphics cards. What’s the difference? Which is better for gaming? Why is this laptop equipment with both integrated and dedicated graphics cards? Both of these types are good in some areas of computer using. I… Read More »