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Value-priced is not a term typically used to describe workstation GPUs that can support visualization and VR applications. Usually, 3D-focused GPUs come to market based on impressive performance claims and a price point to match. That was certainly the case with AMD’s Radeon Pro W5700 that we reviewed recently. But now the company has provided an impressive cost-reduced version, the AMD Radeon Pro W5500, at half the price ($399). We’ve been working with an early unit, and so far are quite pleased with what it can do at a price

Two days ago, we covered news from AMD that the company had suffered an IP breach. We now know more about what was taken from the company and how serious the theft is — or more appropriately, isn’t. At first glance, the news looks bad. The data in question is supposedly for Big Navi and Arden, the codename for the Xbox Series X GPU. Given how important both of these products are to AMD’s future, theft of their underlying core technology would be quite damaging. WCCFTech has published a story

Once upon a time, Microsoft promised a truly impressive 4K overhaul for Minecraft and then canceled it. Shortly thereafter, Nvidia announced that it would create an RTX-powered version of Minecraft, delivering ray-traced visuals to Nvidia owners who own the Windows 10 version of the game and want to play it in this mode. Nvidia has just published some updated visuals for the game, along with asset packs intended to be used by modders and content creators to hit the ground running. First, let’s look at some maps created by community

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