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Intel - Leaked the benchmarks of the new i9-10900K

TechRadar, a well-known newspaper in the technology sector, did not resist the temptation and decided to leak the benchmarks dedicated to the Gaming of the new high-end Intel i9-10900K CPUs (equipped with Comet Lake architecture), in ...
Titan RTX

Titan RTX: benchmarks and comparison with 2080 Ti

Announced by Nvidia in early December, the Titan RTX is presented as the most powerful (and expensive) GPU on the market. However, the question remains the same: is it worth the money spent? The quality relationship ...

RTX 2080 and RTX 2080Ti Our tests

Of the new nVidia, RTX 2080 and RTX 2080Ti products born in the house, if they are really talking about it with all the new features they would really need many specific items! Unfortunately, time is running out and ...

Dying Light 2, Techland will support the game with at least five years ...

Next February will probably be one of the richest months of the year for videogame releases, and one of the most anticipated Triple A ...

Ken Levine responds to recent criticisms: “Being able to discard work is ...

About ten days ago, the US newspaper Bloomberg had published a very critical report concerning the famous Game Director Ken Levine, collecting ...

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