What Graphics Card Should You Get?

With so many graphics cards out on the market from both AMD and Nvidia, figuring out which GPU best suits your needs can be difficult. We’re here to help steer you in the right direction. We’ve rounded up our reviews of all the modern graphics card below and have ordered them by performance.
We tested reference cards from AMD and Nvidia whenever possible, and included GPU specification charts below.
Table of Contents [hide]Nvidia GeForce GTX Spec ChartAMD Radeon RX Spec ChartGeForce GTX 1080 TiGeForce GTX 1080GeForce GTX 1070AMD Radeon RX 580GeForce GTX 1060AMD Radeon RX 570GeForce GTX 1050 TiGeForce GTX 1050Nvidia GeForce GTX Spec ChartNvidia GeForce GTX 1080 TiNvidia GeForce GTX 1080Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 TiNvidia GeForce GTX 1050CUDA Cores/Stream Processors3584256019201280768640Texture Units224160120804840ROPs886464483232Core Clock1480MHz1607MHz1506MHz1506MHz1430MHz1405MHzBoost Clock1582MHz1733MHz1683MHz1708MHz1544MHz1519MHzMemory Clock..

All The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games

The Xbox One's backwards compatibility feature, introduced in November 2015, lets you play original Xbox and Xbox 360 games on the current-gen console. But what games are available? We've rounded them all up–and we'll continue to update this post as new games are made available to the extensive list. More are added regularly, although new original Xbox games will be less common. [Updated January 16 with three more games]
Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Lineup:XboxNew titles are bolded
BlackBloodRayne 2Crimson Skies: High Road to RevengeDead to RightsFuzion FrenzyGrabbed by the GhouliesThe King of Fighters NeowaveNinja Gaiden BlackPrince of Persia: The Sands of TimePsychonautsRed Faction IISid Meier's PiratesStar Wars: Knights of the Old RepublicXbox 360New titles are bolded
0 Day Attack on Earth3D Ultra Minigolf AdventuresA Kingdom for KeflingsA World of KeflingsAegis WingAge of BootyAlan WakeAlan Wake's American NightmareAlice: Madness ReturnsAlien Hominid ..

Five More Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Games Now Available

While none are as big as Call of Duty: Black Ops II, five more games have been added to the list of Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One.
As of today, Contra, RoboBlitz, 3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures, Golf: Tee It Up, and Gin Rummy are all now backwards compatible on Xbox One. They're each priced at $5.
If you already own any of these, they should show up automatically in the My Games and Apps section of your Xbox One. If you don't, you can pick them up from the Xbox Store through the links below.
3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures — $5 (43.81 MB)Contra — $5 (32.46 MB)Golf: Tee It Up — $5 (144 MB)Gin Rummy — $5 (139.14 MB)RoboBlitz — $5 (49.32 MB)As noted above, the aforementioned Black Ops II, which was the top-requested game to receive backwards compatibility, was recently added. Other recent additions include Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, Far Cry 3, and Civilization Revolution. For more, check out our full list of all the backwards compatibility games.

Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2: Who is Ego?

Kurt Russell plays Ego the Living Planet in Guardians 2. In the trailer he claims to be Starlord's father, but how can a planet be a dad? Buddy Hutton discusses where Ego came from, what his powers are and what his role in the film may be.