If your display is getting glitchy, you can conduct a stress test before you get a new one. Here’s how you can stress test your graphics card on Linux.
Updating graphics drivers is easy, but it doesn’t always work. Here is how to update your AMD drivers so that they work properly after the update.
If you have a gaming PC and an AMD graphics card, you’re aware of the Radeon Settings and struggles to configure it. Here’s a list of all the graphics settings, what they mean and how you should configure it.
Overclocking your graphics card can be a daunting prospect, so here we are providing a basic guide on how you can safely overclock your graphics card.
The nVidia Control Panel comes with plenty of options and can be confusing. Here’s a configuration guide to crank the most out of your graphics card.
AMDGPU-PRO is AMD’s graphics driver for professional users, but it’s also great for gamers. Learn how to install it on Ubuntu Linux.
The latest AMD Polaris and Nvidia Pascal graphics cards are here. As gamers and PC hardware enthusiasts rejoice, here’s what you need to know about them.
Want more info about your graphics card? In this article we explain how to get graphics card information using the Linux command line.
Here are some questions (and answers) about video card specifications that don’t seem to be fully explained in terms everyone can understand on the web.
Do you have difficulties understanding the specifications on a graphic card data sheet? Learn about the obscure GPU specification here.
Don’t you hate it when your graphics card starts to freeze up and acting weirdly? Follow this how-to guide to easily cleanup you graphics card.
While building a gaming computer, many people have the wrong perception of the importance of PC gaming hardware choices. Let’s explore a few of these problems.
Since its official inclusion in KDE, the Desktop Effects component of KWin has received mixed reviews. Many of the negative reviews point to performance problems, some of which are the result of the dramatically diverse offering of Linux drivers available for graphics cards. Not all graphics cards are equal, but one would expect them to […]
I recently wrote about a great software utility that opened up a world of information about your motherboard, CPU, and RAM. Well, I have another great utility to tell you about, only this time it’s all about your graphics card. Though manufactured by different companies, GPU-Z from TechPowerUp does look a lot like the aforementioned […]