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    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Perf. - The Brookhaven Experiment

    By Kyle Bennett   November 04, 2016

    If naked mutants from another dimension with horribly bad skin conditions interests you, this is YOUR VR game! The Brookhaven Experiment is a tremendously intense 360 degree wave shooter that will keep you on your toes, give you a workout, and probably scare the piss out of you along the way. How do AMD and NVIDIA stack up in VR?


    MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GAMING X vs AMD Radeon RX 470

    By Brent Justice   October 30, 2016

    With recent AMD price drops, online retailer savings and rebates, the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti now has new competition on its doorstep. We will re-evaluate the MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GAMING X with the now price-comparable AMD Radeon RX 470. The low end enthusiast video card market is getting very crowded.


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance - theBlu: Encounter

    By Kyle Bennett   October 26, 2016

    We are changing gears a bit from Virtual Reality gaming today and are going to focus on a VR experience. theBlu has been around since the inception of the recent VR consumer market. You don't play theBlu, but rather experience it. That said, it can be punishing to lesser GPUs, and this time we see very different performance results from AMD.


    Serious Sam VR mGPU AMD RX 480 Follow Up

    By Kyle Bennett   October 24, 2016

    We all know that Virtual Reality gaming is still in its infancy and we have had lots of great gaming moments already. As content moves forward so is the way game developers are taking advantage of the technologies to make our VR game run better, enhancing our VR experience. Croteam has mGPU working now with AMD's RX 480!


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance: Serious Sam VR:TLH

    By Kyle Bennett   October 21, 2016

    If battling Gnaars, Kamikaze dudes, Crazy Frogs, Kleers, Lava Monsters, and Bomb Spawners is on your list of things you want to do more of, then Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope might be right up your alley. We see how AMD and NVIDIA do with providing a great VR experience in SSVR.


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance: H3VR

    By Kyle Bennett   October 17, 2016

    Hot Dogs, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades is more of a firearms simulation than it is a game. H3VR certainly does have some gaming and scoring modes of play and the developer is has been very busy increasing the H3VR content depth. If you have never handled a rifle of pistol, H3VR can be somewhat daunting, but certainly rewarding.


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance: Pool Nation VR

    By Kyle Bennett   October 07, 2016

    If shooting pool is a passion of yours, then Pool Nation VR should be on your list if you own an HTC Vive. Even if you are not a pool shark, this title will likely lure you in to spending many hours shooting stick. But to make it look stunning, you will need a heavy duty GPU up to the task.


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance: Sword Master VR

    By Kyle Bennett   September 27, 2016

    Do you want to fight the Black Knight in a sword fight? There is not exactly a "Black Knight" in Sword Master VR, but you can certainly get that feeling. In fact, you can fight him and a couple of his friends at the same time if you are up to the challenge. Just pull the sword from the stone for $10.


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance: Trickster VR

    By Kyle Bennett   September 23, 2016

    Arm yourself with a bow and arrows, a magic sword that flies, or if you prefer, a handful of throwing darts. Then get ready to take on the procedurally generated fantasy world full of cartoonish Orcs, and more Orcs, and some other Orcs. Headshots count as well as chaining your shots so aim is critical. Did I mention the Orcs?


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance: Space Pirate Trainer

    By Kyle Bennett   September 20, 2016

    Do you remember playing Galaga? Space Pirate Trainer is a VR game that puts you into an arcade shooter, except as you might have guessed, gameplay is a bit more involved. So how do all the latest GPUs from AMD and NVIDIA hold up to SPT abuse? We wore our arms out, and even knocked a picture off the wall to find out.


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance: Onward Mil-Sim

    By Kyle Bennett   September 07, 2016

    Downpour Interactive is the company behind the Early Access Game, Onward. It is a self-proclaimed Mil-Sim shooter title. The big thing about this is it looks to be the first VR game that has solid support for multiplayer missions. HTC Vive currently required. What video card do we need this time around for best performance?


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance: Island 359

    By Kyle Bennett   September 01, 2016

    When was the last time you got lost in the jungle while hunting dinosaurs? We got lost for a little over an hour last week the day that Island 359 went live on the Steam Store. The Island 359 has the chops to even be able to bring our TITAN X to its knees should you wish to turn up the IQ, and it can be as beautiful as it is scary.


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance: Project Cars

    By Kyle Bennett   August 26, 2016

    If you like racing games then it is likely that you are familiar with Project Cars. This racing game can push a system to its limits when you turn up the visuals, and that is just what we are doing today while using our HTC Vive VR headset. And this is certainly a game we will add to the VR Leaderboard.


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance: Google's Tilt Brush

    By Kyle Bennett   August 22, 2016

    We are changing gears a bit with our VR Performance coverage and looking at an application that is not as GPU-intensive as those we have looked at in the recent past. Google's Tilt Brush is a virtual reality application that makes use of the HTC Vive head mounted display and its motion controllers to allow you to paint in 3D space.


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance: Valve's Robot Repair

    By Kyle Bennett   August 15, 2016

    Robot Repair is a mini-game that you can download for free from Steam to use with your HTC Vive VR system. It is highly likely that anyone using a new HTC Vive will play the mini-games inside Valve's The Lab. This is a Source 2 engine demo and perfect to validate prior GPU performance we have tested.


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance in Trials on Tatooine

    By Kyle Bennett   August 11, 2016

    Anyone that buys into an HTC Vive headset will almost assuredly want to wield a lightsaber...for free. This short VR demo built by Lucasfilm’s ILMxLAB aims to put you in a photo-realistic Star Wars environment. Trials on Tatooine is not easy going on all GPUs though and not all will provide a premium VR experience.


    AMD & NVIDIA GPU VR Performance in Call of Starseed

    By Kyle Bennett   August 09, 2016

    We are back this week to take another objective look at AMD and NVIDIA GPU performance in one of the the top selling games in the VR-only realm, The Gallery Episode 1: Call of Starseed. This is another GPU-intensive title that has the ability to put some GPUs on their heels. How do the new RX 480 and GeForce 1000 series perform?


    AMD Radeon RX 460 Official Specification Information

    By Brent Justice   August 08, 2016

    AMD is launching the AMD Radeon RX 460 today, completing its lineup of Polaris architecture GPUs in the sub-$250 product space. Here is all the press information, specifications, and pricing in regards to the AMD Radeon RX 460 in today's launch. No card was sent for review. All three Polaris GPUs are now on the table.


    AMD and NVIDIA GPU Vive VR Performance in Raw Data

    By Kyle Bennett   August 01, 2016

    Both AMD and NVIDIA have had a lot to say about "VR" for a while now. VR is far from mainstream, but we are now seeing some games that are tremendously compelling to play, putting you in middle of the action. Raw Data is one of those, and it is extremely GPU intensive. How do the newest GPUs stack up in Raw Data?


    AMD Radeon RX 480 8GB CrossFire Review

    By Brent Justice   July 11, 2016

    We were lucky enough to get our hands on two AMD Radeon RX 480 8GB video cards last week. We configured these in CrossFire to find out if $480 of brand new AMD GPUs can beat NVIDIA's new $700 GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition, just like Raja Koduri suggested to enthusiasts from Computex. And we throw in GeForce GTX 1070 too.


    AMD Radeon RX 480 Video Card Review

    By Brent Justice   June 29, 2016

    AMD's next generation GCN GPU is here! We review the AMD Radeon RX 480 and find out what kind of gaming experience it provides at 1080p and 1440p. We compare apples-to-apples with four other video cards to find out how it compares at both resolutions. We even find out how high it will overclock! Waited for benchmarks, right?


    AMD 7th Gen Bristol Ridge & Stoney Ridge Announcement

    By Kyle Bennett   May 31, 2016

    You probably have not noticed, but we do not spend a lot of time focussing on AMD's APU technology here at HardOCP. AMD does some incredible things graphically inside its small cool running APU packages for the most part. Today, we get two new APUs and all the slides to share with you. And a Live Stream with more Polaris information!


    From ATI to AMD back to ATI? A Journey in Futility

    By Kyle Bennett   May 27, 2016

    Trouble is brewing for AMD, Radeon Technologies Group, and Lisa Su, CEO and President. While on the surface it may just seem as though AMD engineers have once again missed the mark when it comes to building a new high-end graphics technology, but there is a lot more to the story.


    AMD Radeon R9 380X CrossFire Video Card Review

    By Grady McKinney   May 02, 2016

    We are evaluating two Radeon R9 380X video cards in CrossFire against two GeForce GTX 960 video cards in a SLI arrangement. We will overclock each setup to its highest, to experience the full gaming benefit each configuration has to offer. Additionally we will compare a Radeon R9 380 CrossFire setup to help determine the best value.


    AMD Radeon Pro Duo Announcement

    By Brent Justice   April 26, 2016

    AMD is taking the veil off of the "World's Fastest Graphics Card" today known as the AMD Radeon Pro Duo. This $1,499 video card seems to have a rather different focus. We will share with you all the specifications on and pictures of the AMD Radeon R9 Pro Duo. We will talk about what this dual-Fiji GPU video card may have to offer.