macOS and many applications heavily utilize the GPUs in your Mac. Wouldn’t it be great to see exactly how much each GPU is being used? Instead of turning to third party apps, check out this tip on using Activity Monitor to see GPU usage.
Macs are notoriously limited when it comes to hardware upgrades, but you can still significantly improve the graphics capabilities of your recent Mac by adding a Thunderbolt 3 external GPU. Here’s a look at one high-end eGPU option and some benchmarks to see how it compares to built-in GPUs in the MacBook Pro.
NVIDIA is making changes to its driver support policy, and will soon discontinue support for GPUs older than the GTX 400 series. The company hopes that cutting off older products will help it optimize future drivers for the latest technologies, as well as possibly entice users to upgrade.
French gaming site NoFrag has created a video compilation of the evolution of first person shooters from 1992 to 2011. The video illustrates a remarkable journey over the past 20 years in terms of graphics and gameplay. The YouTube video page is already flooded with “Why isn’t [insert game name] included?!” comments, but NoFrag states that they wanted to represent each year with only one game. Some key favorite titles, such as Halo and Call of Duty, are therefore not included in the…