We are often asked how AMD’s Radeon Vega video cards compare to their NVIDIA GeForce counterparts. Photoshop rarely benefits from having a powerful GPU, but there is still a measurable difference between these two brands of cards.
Adobe has been leveraging the power of the GPU in their software more and more, but is there any reason to spend money on an expensive video card for Photoshop?
AMD has made great improvements with the new 2nd generation Ryzen CPUs that really closes the gap between AMD and Intel for Photoshop users. But is it enough to put them above Intel’s 8th Gen CPUs?
With two more cores over the previous generation, the new Coffee Lake 8th Gen CPUs perform extremely well in certain applications. However, Photoshop has historically struggled with higher core counts so will the new CPUs actually be any faster?
Photoshop may not be the best use case for these new 14, 16, and 18 core CPUs from Intel, but just how much worse are they compared to their lower core count counterparts?
While neither Skylake-X or Threadripper are likely the best choice for a pure Photoshop workstation, Photoshop is such a widely used application that we thought it would be useful to see just how well these two CPU lines perform.
If you are a photo or video editor wondering if you should go with 8-bit or 10-bit hardware, this article is for you!
In this article we will be examining how the new Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X CPUs on X299 compare to the previous generation Intel CPUs and AMD’s Ryzen CPUs in Photoshop.
A Mac Pro is not be best choice for Photoshop (even among Apple’s offerings), but there are a number of users who use Photoshop as a secondary application in their workflow. In this article we will be examining how the top-end Mac Pro (late 2013) compares to two of our workstations.
Whenever there is a new generation of CPUs launched, the main question everyone wants to know is how fast they are. In the case of AMD’s Ryzen, there are also a lot of questions surrounding how they compare to the offerings available from Intel. For quite a while now, Intel has held a dominant position in nearly every computing market but there is a lot of hype around Ryzen due to the fact that you can get eight CPUs cores for half the cost of an eight core Intel CPU.