Last month 4A Games released updated versions of the two earlier games in the Metro series, Metro 2033 Redux and Metro: Last Light Redux. The games have both been remastered using the latest version of 4A Engine, with updates for the latest generation of console hardware among other things. Fundamentally, that means less for Metro: Last Light than it does for Metro 2033, but there are still some visual changes, and that potentially means performance changes as well. We've been using Metro: Last Light as one of our gaming performance benchmarks almost since it first came out in May, 2013, and it's still one of the most demanding games around. Of course part of that stems from the use of super-sampling anti-aliasing at the...

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Review: The New High End

Launching today is NVIDIA's latest entry in the world of high end video cards and the first member of the GeForce 700 family, the GeForce GTX 780. Based on...

155 by Ryan Smith on 5/23/2013

NVIDIA Shield Up For Preorder Today

In response to buzz about NVIDIA's Shield console, NVIDIA has moved up the preorder date a few days, May 20th to today, May 17th. Shield will be available for...

20 by Brian Klug on 5/17/2013

Best Business Laptops – May 2013

It’s been a couple of weeks since our last “best laptop” article, mostly because I had concerns about recommending anything with AMD’s Richland and Intel’s Haswell processors right around...

39 by Jarred Walton on 5/17/2013

NVIDIA Shield Up for Preorder May 20 for $349, Ships in June

It has been a while since we last heard from NVIDIA about Project Shield. Today, NVIDIA is dropping "Project" from the name, making it formally just Shield, and simultaneously...

28 by Brian Klug on 5/14/2013

Sony Announces VAIO Fit Series of Laptops

Today Sony is launching their newest line of laptops, the VAIO Fit series. There will be two different lines, the Fit and the Fit E, and all of the...

15 by Jarred Walton on 5/7/2013

Acer Aspire V Series: New AMD APUs and Other Upgrades

The final piece of news out of Acer from today consists of updates to their Aspire V series of laptops targeted at value-conscious consumers. We’ve previously reviewed the Aspire...

42 by Jarred Walton on 5/3/2013

Acer Aspire R7: A Laptop to Make You Flip

Today Acer held a press conference in New York to announce a variety of new products. Given the timing, it’s no surprise that Intel 4th Generation CPUs aren’t specifically...

16 by Jarred Walton on 5/3/2013

ASUS Zenbook UX51VZ: Great Laptop, High Price

I have quite a few laptops that have been languishing in a non-fully-reviewed state for a while. The New Year was been a bit crazy, and in the midst...

67 by Jarred Walton on 4/30/2013

NVIDIA R319 Series Beta Driver 320.00 Available

NVIDIA's driver numbering can be a bit of a mystery at times, but after the R313 Series that encompasses all version 313.x and 314.x releases, NVIDIA is jumping ahead...

15 by Jarred Walton on 4/23/2013

Origin Genesis Review: Triple Titan Terror

At long last we're taking an in-depth look at Origin's latest generation Genesis desktop system. Backed by a heavily overclocked Core i7 processor and no less than 3 GeForce...

62 by Ryan Smith on 4/23/2013

Best Thin and Light Laptops, April 2013

My focus on laptop recommendations today is on the rather nebulous “thin and light” category. That can mean different things to different people, but with Ultrabooks encroaching on this...

82 by Jarred Walton on 4/19/2013

NVIDIA’s Spring GeForce Game Bundle Announced - Metro: Last Light

NVIDIA sends word this evening that they’re launching a new GeForce video card game bundle for the spring timeframe. Their latest bundle, replacing their recently expired $150 February free-to-play...

21 by Ryan Smith on 4/16/2013

The AnandTech Podcast: Episode 18

We are back with the first half of our return to podcasting. While Brian finishes up his review of the One, Ryan and I took some time to recap...

23 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/1/2013

NVIDIA’s GeForce 700M Family: Full Details and Specs

With spring now well under way and the pending launch of Intel’s Haswell chips, OEMs always like to have “new” parts across the board, and so once more we’re...

91 by Jarred Walton on 4/1/2013

Unreal Engine 4 Infiltrator Demo from GDC [video]

The folks at Kotaku spotted a video of Epic's Unreal Engine 4 demo from GDC on YouTube. The video is really a tech demo of Epic's UE4 technology and...

22 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/29/2013

FCAT: The Evolution of Frame Interval Benchmarking, Part 1

In the last year stuttering, micro-stuttering, and frame interval benchmarking have become a very big deal in the world of GPUs, and for good reason. Through the hard work...

88 by Ryan Smith on 3/27/2013

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost Review: Bringing Balance To The Force

Launching today is NVIDIA's answer to AMD's Radeon HD 7790 and 7850, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost. The GTX 650 Ti Boost is based on the same GK106...

78 by Ryan Smith on 3/26/2013

More Details On NVIDIA’s Kayla: A Dev Platform for CUDA on ARM

In this morning’s GTC 2013 keynote, one of the items briefly mentioned by NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang was Kayla, an NVIDIA project combining a Tegra 3 processor and an...

17 by Ryan Smith on 3/19/2013

NVIDIA Updates GPU Roadmap; Announces Volta Family For Beyond 2014

As we covered briefly in our live blog of this morning’s keynote, NVIDIA has publically updated their roadmap with the announcement of the GPU family that will follow 2014’s...

17 by Ryan Smith on 3/19/2013

Piz Daint Supercomputer Announced, Powered By Tesla K20X

Along with NVIDIA’s keynote this morning (which should be wrapping up by the time this article goes live), NVIDIA also has a couple other announcements that are hitting the...

9 by Ryan Smith on 3/19/2013

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