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  • Stadia Finally Branching Out to More Android Devices

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    Stadia Finally Branching Out to More Android Devices

    Will no longer be locked to Pixel phones.

    Since Stadia's launch, the only customers that could stream their games directly to their phones were those that owned Pixel devices. Beginning on February 20, Google will finally expand the mobile support for Stadia to include 19 additional phones that don't fall under the Stadia umbrella. The expanded roster of Android phones will include devices made by Samsung, Razer, and ASUS.

    For those who don't know, Pixel phones are the...
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  • Nvidia Announces 360Hz Monitor for Competitive Gaming

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    Nvidia Announces 360Hz Monitor for Competitive Gaming

    Nvidia showed of a new 1080p, 360Hz monitor at CES.

    When it comes to monitors, more is usually better, so long as you aren't talking about response times at least. More resolution means more pixels which means better image quality. More Hertz (Hz) means higher refresh rates which means the gameplay animations are smoother. Of course, to get these high resolutions or refresh rates, you need a powerful system that can support them.

    If you do have a beefy system and you feel...
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  • Nvidia Finally Begins to Adopt Universal Adaptive-Sync, Opens Doors to More G-Sync Compatible Monitors


    As part of their CES 2019 keynote presentation, Nvidia announced that they will begin to support a number of "G-Sync Compatible" monitors.

    In short, Nvidia is opening the door, albeit slowly, to supporting monitors that use VESA's Adaptive-Sync technologies that aren't specifically called "G-Sync." G-Sync just being Nvidia's specific form of Adaptive-Sync that they make users pay a premium for by way of specialized monitors. Adaptive-Sync was created by VESA...
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  • Oculus Announces Partnership with PC Manufacturers for Sub $1,000 'Oculus Ready' PCs

    Today at Oculus Connect, VP of Product Nate Mitchell announced that their company will be partnering with various PC manufacturers to bring "Oculus Ready" PCs priced at under $1,000 (USD).

    So far, Oculus revealed that they have set up partnerships with Nvidia, Asus,Alienware, Dell, AMD, and Intel. All "Oculus Ready" computers will ship with a special tag (seen below) to show that it meets the requirements to handle virtual reality adequately.

    The very m...
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  • Oculus Announces Partnership with PC Manufacturers for Sub $1,000 'Oculus Ready' PCs

    Today at Oculus Connect, VP of Product Nate Mitchell announced that their company will be partnering with various PC manufacturers to bring "Oculus...
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  • It's new gaming laptop time. Asus G550JK vs X510JK or something else?

    Finally the time has come. After 6 years, this laptop is still running strong and hot, but I need to upgrade it since I haven't been able to play new...
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  • $250,000 Community-Funded Prize Pool Revealed for 2014 EMS One Katowice CS:GO Championship

    Valve has just revealed that a $250,000 prize pool put together by the community is up for grabs at the 2014 EMS One Katowice CS:GO Championship. The event is also being sponsored in part by Intel and Asus.
    Taking place inside the famous Spodek indoor stadium at the IEM in Katowice, the upcoming CS:GO tournament will follow the progress of DreamHack Winter 2013's eight quarter-finalists, who will be joined by eight qualifying teams from ESL's EMS One Online Qualifiers. The event's matches
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  • $250,000 Community-Funded Prize Pool Revealed for 2014 EMS One Katowice CS:GO Championship

    Valve has just revealed that a $250,000 prize pool put together by the community is up for grabs at the 2014 EMS One Katowice CS:GO Championship. The...
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