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  • Intel Announces October Launch for 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPUs

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    Intel Announces October Launch for 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPUs

    The announcement comes just a day after AMD released their new processors.

    During their Intel Vision Event, Intel announced that their 13th Gen "Raptor Lake" CPUs will be released starting on October 20, 2022. Much like 2021's Alder Lake (12th Gen), Raptor Lake will again utilize a blend of performance (P-Cores) and efficiency (E-Cores) cores. Raptor Lake will make use of the new Z790 chipset, but it seems as though those with Z690 boards will still be fine to upgrade....
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  • EVGA Terminates Partnership with Nvidia Due to "Disrespectful Treatment"

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    EVGA Terminates Partnership with Nvidia Due to "Disrespectful Treatment"

    One of the largest, if not the largest Nvidia board partner will no longer produce Nvidia graphics cards.

    The tech and hardware focused YouTube channel, Gamers Nexus, broke the news today that EVGA will no longer produce Nvidia graphics cards. This includes the upcoming, and very soon to be released, RTX 40-series generation.

    EVGA has been one of the largest, if not the largest third-party board partner if you were looking to purchase an Nvidia based GPU. The quality of...
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    Last edited by Shawn Zipay; 09-16-2022, 06:57 PM. Reason: Added statement from Nvidia

  • Nvidia Announces a Special Broadcast During GTC 2022

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    Nvidia Announces a Special Broadcast During GTC 2022

    Will focus on "breakthroughs in gaming, creating, and graphics technology."

    Nvidia says that they will host a "special broadcast" and the upcoming GTC 2022. On September 20, Nvidia founder and CEO Jensen Huang and his leather jacket will kick off GTC 2022 with a keynote that shows off the tech giant's "latest breakthroughs in gaming, creating, and graphics technology."

    Nvidia says that GTC is "the world's leading technology conference."...
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  • First Official Benchmarks for Intel Arc GPUs are Shockingly Bad

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    First Official Benchmarks for Intel Arc GPUs are Shockingly Bad

    It is, on average, 15% slower than GPUs released three years ago.

    Intel's first discreet graphics card, the Arc A380, was released! Well, it was released, but only in China so far. If nothing else, Intel fulfilled their promise of releasing their first discreet Arc GPU.

    The first official benchmarks for the Intel Arc A380 have naturally started to trickle out and the results are not great. These "official" reviews come courtesy of Intel directly via their reviewer's...
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  • Nvidia Launches RTX 3090 Ti at $2,000

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    Nvidia Launches RTX 3090 Ti at $2,000

    The "world's fastest graphics card" and the most expensive, is now here.

    Nvidia officially launched their $1,999 (USD) GeForce RTX 3090 Ti today. The "world's fastest graphics card" was first announced back in January and was finally released today by Nvidia and partners like Asus, EVGA, Gigabyte, Zotac, and more. There will be a limited edition Founders Edition of the card available through Best Buy's online store.

    The power hungry GPU is a triple-slot...
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  • Nvidia to Reportedly Launch GeForce RTX 3090 Ti on March 29

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    Nvidia to Reportedly Launch GeForce RTX 3090 Ti on March 29

    Good luck finding one and better luck affording one.

    Nvidia announced the RTX 3090 Ti earlier this year at CES. The company said that they would deliver more information on this tip-top of the line GPU by the end of January. Well, the end of January came and went as did February without so much as a word from Nvidia. Now, a new report by VideoCardz says that Nvidia will launch the RTX 3090 Ti on March 29.

    The tech site says that they have obtained what seem to be the embargo...
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  • Intel Says Its Desktop Arc GPUs Will be Out in Q2 2022

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    Intel Says Its Desktop Arc GPUs Will be Out in Q2 2022

    The release window continues to narrow.

    Intel announced that their upcoming desktop graphics cards, named Arc, will be out some time in Q2 2022. This means that they could begin to launch anywhere from April 2022 to the end of June 2022. Though the desktop GPUs are coming a bit later, laptops equipped with Arc GPUs will begin shipping this quarter.

    The Arc cards have been in development for some time now at Intel but were only officially announced in August 2021. At CES...
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  • CPU and GPU Prices Expected to Increase in 2022

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    CPU and GPU Prices Expected to Increase in 2022

    There is no end in sight.

    TSMC is about to raise their prices for the chips they manufacturer and send to all sorts of tech companies. This means that CPU and GPU prices are going up.

    DigiTimes reports that the Taiwanese-based semiconductor manufacturer has already informed its largest customers that it plans to raise pricing by up to 20%. Some of these "largest customers" include tech and hardware giants like Apple, Nvidia, AMD, ARM, Broadcom, and several others....
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  • New Graphics Cards Announced by AMD, Nvidia, and Intel at CES 2022

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    New Graphics Cards Announced by AMD, Nvidia, and Intel at CES 2022

    More hardware that will be in short supply that you will never get to buy.

    CES 2022 is underway, though there really isn't much of an "in-person" presence this year. Even still, some new tech was announced on the first day that was worth sharing. AMD and Nvidia both announced new releases of their current lineup of Radeon and GeForce cards respectively. Intel announced its first generation of Arc series GPUs.

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    AMD announed the Radeon RX 6500 XT. This...
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  • Sony Cuts Production Plans for PlayStation 5 by 1 Million Units

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    Sony Cuts Production Plans for PlayStation 5 by 1 Million Units

    That dreaded chip shortage strikes once again.

    Sony has apparently cut production plans for the PlayStation 5 consoles by about one million units. This is due to, you guessed it, component shortages. Who didn't see that one coming? We already had news just yesterday about Valve's Steam Deck being delayed by two months because of COVID-19 related component shortages, and here we are again.

    As fewer consoles are expected to be made, it stands to reason that it will be even...
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  • PlayStation 5 Dethrones Switch as the Top Selling Console for September 2021

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    PlayStation 5 Dethrones Switch as the Top Selling Console for September 2021

    Well, for one month at least.

    The Nintendo Switch has been the top-selling console in the United States for 33 months straight according to data gathered by the NPD Group. That all came to an end in September 2021 when the NPD Group showed that the PlayStation 5 was the top-selling console for the month. The PlayStation 5 sold the most consoles and made the most money compared to the competition.

    The Nintendo Switch has been the best selling console every month since November...
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  • ASUS Teamed Up with Noctua to Make New RTX 3070 Graphics Cards

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    ASUS Teamed Up with Noctua to Make New RTX 3070 Graphics Cards

    Another card you won't be able to buy.

    ASUS and Noctua just announced that they have teamed up to create a new and rather unique new GPU based off of the Nvidia RTX 3070 cards. The ASUS GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua Edition combines a 3070 with Noctua fans, specifically two NF-A12x25 120mm fans, and a custom heatsink that has been co-engineered by Noctua.

    This GPU is said to reduce noise levels by up to 15dB(A) in certain conditions. A comprehensive breakdown of noise and cooling...
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  • New World Might Still be Killing Graphics Cards

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    New World Might Still be Killing Graphics Cards

    This isn't necessarily an issue with the game, but a manufacturing issue or coincidence.

    In late July 2021, a beta period for Amazon Games' new MMORPG, New World, caused some graphics cards to die. The lack of a framerate cap was initially blamed for killing a small number of RTX 3090 cards, mainly those from EVGA, but that really didn't make much sense. After all, tons of games can run with uncapped framerates and they don't cause PC hardware to die.

    Amazon Games did...
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  • Valve Might Be Working on Standalone VR Headset

    Valve Might Be Working on Standalone VR Headset

    Viable competition might be coming for the Oculus Quest.

    According to datamined information shared first by YouTuber SadlyItsBradley, Valve might be working on a standalone VR headset. This means that they are possibly working on a device that will allow you to play in VR without the need for wires or external tracking satellites.

    SadlyItsBradley noticed several references to something called "Deckard" in the latest update for SteamVR. He says that information...
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  • Pay More for Nintendo Switch Online to Access Nintendo 64 and Genesis Games

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    Pay More for Nintendo Switch Online to Access Nintendo 64 and Genesis Games

    The new plan is kicking off in late October.

    During the latest Nintendo Direct, Nintendo gave the good news that they are bringing Nintendo 64 and Genesis titles to Nintendo Switch Online. Unfortunately, these games will only be offered if you decide you want to pay more for Nintendo's online service, at a price point that has yet to be revealed.

    As it stands right now, Nintendo Switch Online can be yours for an entire year at just about $20 (USD), which really isn't too...
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