The war between AMD and Nvidia has raged on for ages. In this AMD vs. nVidia article, let’s find out who is the victor in the battle of the GPUs.
There is no need to spend money on the latest and most expensive graphics card. Here’s how to use an AIO cooler to supercharge an older Nvidia graphic card.
You may struggle with the performance of your GPU if it isn’t properly configured. Learn how you can monitor Nvidia GPU in Linux with these two tools.
G Sync – everyone’s talking about it, everyone wants it, but does everyone know what it actually is?
Nvidia video cards perform exceptionally well on Linux. Learn how to install the latest Nvidia driver on Ubuntu and get the most out of it.
Screen tearing can be a serious pain on Linux, especially for games and movies. These simple tips will help get you back to your favorite media!
Nvidia revealed their newest lineup of graphics cards which include ray tracing. What exactly is ray tracing, and why is it so important to the future of gaming?
Even though Steam is available through the official Ubuntu repositories, a lot of new Linux users get tripped up by the installation process. Learn how you can configure the graphics card and install Steam in Ubuntu.
You might have come across NVIDIA Max-Q laptop while shopping for a gaming laptop. Learn what NVIDIA Max Q laptop is and see if they are worth your investment.
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.
Bumblebee allows you to use the dedicated nVidia GPU for rendering when needed and to power it down when not in use. Learn how to use Bumblebee in Ubuntu.
Nvidia’s NVENC allows the use the GPU to encode video streams so as to reduce video conversion time. Here’s how to get Nvidia’s NVENC working in Ubuntu.
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.
Using Linux on a laptop has always been a hit and miss affair. With sometimes obscure proprietary hardware, many laptop manufacturers have showed no interest in supporting the free operating system. Nevertheless, through hard work by developers and support from some hardware manufacturers, Linux now supports a wide variety of laptops and netbooks. Many laptop […]