21 Aug 2018

NVIDIA RTX 20 Series Brings High Performance…And Prices!

Yesterday, NVIDIA officially unveiled its new line of consumer graphics cards: the RTX 20 series. Yes, you heard that right: these will be branded as “RTX” cards rather than “GTX,” thanks to these cards’ use of NVIDIA’s real-time ray-tracing technology referred to as “NVIDIA RTX.” NVIDIA also claims that they will

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10 Aug 2018

i9 9900K Plans to Challenge Ryzen 2700X

With AMD back with a vengeance in the CPU arena with its popular (and powerful!) Ryzen processors, Intel has been forced to step up its game. This is honestly a good thing because when AMD was unable to compete with its rival CPU giant, Intel was pretty pitiful when it

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09 Aug 2018

NVIDIA Announcing “Spectacular Surprises” on August 20!

For those of you who have been waiting with baited breath to see what NVIDIA has in store for the gaming market, you may not have to wait much longer! The company announced that they will be unveiling some “spectacular surprises” at a GeForce event on August 20, the day

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18 Jul 2018

Making Sense of All the GPU Rumors

It’s no surprise that we’re in a bit of a dry spell when it comes to official news from NVIDIA and Radeon regarding whatever’s next in the GPU world, and it certainly doesn’t help when sites like WCCFTech try and drive traffic to their sites during this dry spell by publishing articles

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28 Jun 2018

PowerA’s Colorful New XBOX One & Windows Controllers are Really Nice!

PowerA is a company I really didn’t know anything about until the last year or so when I started noticing their products in stores. More specifically, when shopping for some Nintendo Switch accessories I came across their different Joy-con grips as well as their inexpensive wired Pro Controllers. I liked

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27 Jun 2018

Intel Bringing Discrete GPUs to Market in 2020

Intel has confirmed that they are working on a series of discrete GPUs that they are aiming to release sometime in 2020. As a company that has focused almost entirely on CPUs and storage solutions for a long while now, this is an interesting move on their part. At the

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30 Oct 2017

An Interview with Parsec CEO About Cloud Gaming

Cloud-based gaming is an idea that has been tossed around for a little while now, but Parsec is hoping to make low-latency, high-quality gaming a reality on almost any device you own. Parsec’s customized software will allow you to connect to your own PC and stream your library of games

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24 May 2017

For a while now we’ve known that AMD’s new flagship GPU, powered by the 14nm Vega architecture, was set to release sometime in the first half of 2017. Tech analysts had suspected a formal announcement at Computex (May 30 – June 3), followed by a release sometime in June, but

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15 Sep 2016

“Windows Movie Maker” to be Discontinued??

On a recent visit to Microsoft’s website in order to download the latest “Windows Essentials” package (for Movie Maker, which I still use for simple things) gave me a bit of a surprise: Windows Essentials 2012 will no longer be supported after January 10, 2017. By extension, this means that

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26 Aug 2016

Review: HyperX Cloud Core Headset

Back in March 2016 I picked up a Razer Kraken USB headset to replace my dying Logitech G930 (a nice wireless set that had 7.1 surround support) and was quite happy with it. Recently, though, the Kraken started having issues with the surround sound feature dropping in and out and

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