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  • Early RTX 3080 Specs Leak

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    Early RTX 3080 Specs Leak

    You ready for GPUs to have 20GB of VRAM?

    Later this year, Nvidia will launch their next generation of video cards. The lineup will make use of their upcoming Ampere architecture and will power their 3xxx series. Not much is really known about the cards, but a new leak may have the first hints of what to expect.

    The leak originates from Chinese website Mydrivers.com, and suggests that some of the 3xxx series will include up to 20GB of GDDR6 memory. The information, as translated...
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  • Razer Announces Some New Wireless Basilisk Mice

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    Razer Announces Some New Wireless Basilisk Mice

    I've got no wires to hold me down.

    Razer just announced some new wireless mice today in their Basilisk lineup. These mice include the Razer Basilisk Ultimate and the Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed. These mice have the Razer "HyperSpeed Wireless Technology" that allow them to "deliver superior speed, precision, and performance."

    This HyperSpeed thing sounds like marketing, but let's see what they say about its performance.



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  • PowerA Announces New Pro and FightPad Fusion Controllers

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    PowerA Announces New Pro and FightPad Fusion Controllers

    PowerA announces new entries to their FUSION controller series.

    PowerA is a company that specializes in creating gaming accessories and peripherals. To that end, they informed me today about some new entries coming soon to their FUSION lineup of controllers. First up is a FUSION Pro Wired Controller for Xbox One.

    The controller, though not yet out, will retail for $79.99 (USD) at release. It looks like it's a happy medium between the full customization of the official Xbox...
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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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  • Third Party Wireless Switch Controller Announced by PowerA

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    Third Party Wireless Switch Controller Announced by PowerA

    If you're looking for a third-party wireless controller for your Nintendo Switch, then you may be interested in learning about PowerA's Enhanced Wireless Controllers.

    These are apparently the first officially-licensed wireless Switch controllers released.

    Pre-orders start at $49.99 (USD) and come in a variety of colors. They also feature a few additional buttons that you can map additional actions to, sort of like the Xbox One Elite controllers.
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  • AOC Announces 120Hz Version of 35-inch Ultra-Wide AGON Monitor

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    AOC Announces 120Hz Version of 35-inch Ultra-Wide AGON Monitor

    We have a little bit of hardware news to share with you today. AOC announced that they have released a 120Hz version of their AG352UCG monitor. The new model, AG352UCG6, is still an ultra-wide, it's 35", it's curved, and it features Nvidia's G-Sync technology.
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  • AOC Announces 120Hz Version of 35-inch Ultra-Wide AGON Monitor

    We have a little bit of hardware news to share with you today. AOC announced that they have released a 120Hz version of their AG352UCG monitor....
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  • GDC 2018: Microsoft Announces DirectX Raytracing

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    GDC 2018: Microsoft Announces DirectX Raytracing

    Though the adoption of dedicated DirectX 12 games is near non-existent, that hasn't stopped companies like Microsoft from adding in new features and APIs. The latest announcement came today in the form of a new API dedicated to facilitating the creation of real-time ray tracing.

    This is a fairly simplified explanation from Wikipedia.
    Optical ray tracing describes a method for producing visual images constructed in 3D computer graphics environments, with more photorealism
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  • GDC 2018: Microsoft Announces DirectX Raytracing

    Though the adoption of dedicated DirectX 12 games is near non-existent, that hasn't stopped companies like Microsoft from adding in new features...
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  • New Tendencies in PCs Which will be Seen in 2018

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    New Tendencies in PCs Which will be Seen in 2018

    The world of the PCs, which has been living for quite a few years on earnings from its golden age of the past decade, is suffering a notable transformation in a very short period of time. When we talk about PCs, we are now not only talking about desktop computers, when all is said and done. Also included are laptop units, All in One units and desktop or gaming units.

    The difference now between PCs and non PCs is the operating system which the unit uses, whether it is Windows,...
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  • Nintendo Switch Surpasses Wii to Become Fastest Selling Console in US

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    Nintendo Switch Surpasses Wii to Become Fastest Selling Console in US

    According to a Tweet by Nintendo from earlier today, the Nintendo Switch has become the "fastest selling video game system of all time" in the United States. Additional details provided by Nintendo say that in the period from March 3 through December 31, 2017, Nintendo sold 4.8 million Switch units. That figure is just for the States. Total worldwide sales figures were not revealed today.

    To compare, the incredibly well received Wii sold just 4 million units in the same span...
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  • Nintendo Switch Surpasses Wii to Become Fastest Selling Console in US

    According to a Tweet by Nintendo from earlier today, the Nintendo Switch has become the "fastest selling video game system of all time"...
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  • Mad Catz is Back with New PC Hardware

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    Mad Catz is Back with New PC Hardware

    Last April, we reported that Mad Catz was no more. The studio had filed for bankruptcy following poor sales, namely from the lackluster sales of their Rock Band 4 peripherals. It didn't really help that they were the co-publisher for the game which failed to make waves as the franchise did back in its heyday.

    However, Mad Catz is back. The company announced today that "Mad Catz is back in the game." Yes, the company that made your favorite third-party gaming peripherals is...
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    Mad Catz is Back with New PC Hardware

    Last April, we reported that Mad Catz was no more. The studio had filed for bankruptcy following poor sales, namely from the lackluster sales...
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  • New Destiny 2 Game Ready Video Drivers Released from AMD and Nvidia

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    New Destiny 2 Game Ready Video Drivers Released from AMD and Nvidia

    New drivers are out today for both AMD video cards and Nvidia video cards. These releases are for those who have upgraded Windows 10 to the new Fall Creators Update and/or those who need some "Game Ready" drivers for games like Destiny 2, Wolfenstein II, and Assassin's Creed Origins.

    AMD users can download the new 17.10.2 Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition drivers for supported cards.

    Changelog for 17.10.2 Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition drivers
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