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AMD - Steal info on upcoming GPUs

AMD continues to be on everyone's lips in recent months and for good reason. From the likely announcement of a new Radeon GPU and its presence on both new consoles ...
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Rumor - Notebook: new generation models coming soon

The notebook market is preparing to undergo a further change of course. According to some rumors, it seems that in the next month laptops equipped with the new Intel Core CPUs are coming ...

Rumor - AMD: A new Radeon Card is coming?

If just yesterday we talked about a leak that sees Nvidia release a new series of RTX video cards, today it's up to AMD that, according to the well-known leaker Komachi, has in his hands a ...

AMD confirms that the "Nvidia killer" graphics card will be released in 2020

AMD's CEO has confirmed that a high-end Navi graphics card will be launched this year. In a video interview titled "The Bring Up", posted on YouTube by AMD, Lisa Su confirmed that ...

[TECH DIVE] Building a PC - Choosing the GPU

This series of articles has two purposes at the same time: educational and commercial. They will try to explain more clearly what the various PC components are and at the same time they will guide you in choosing the best components ...

[Poor Gamer] Setup and How to recognize it

We have always talked about the cool side of gaming, the one made up of LED lights, hundreds of FPS, extremely vascular refresh rates and superhuman computational powers. Not today, today I want to give voice to ...

GeForce GTX Series 10

Presented at the Dreamhack festival in Austin, Texas the new GTX 1070 graphics cards and the top of the line GTX 1080. The new graphics cards created by NVIDIA and belonging to the GeForce GTX Series ...

YOOZOO Games Reaches Cooperation With Five Polytechnics in Singapore to Facilitate ...

SINGAPORE - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # GTArcade - On August 13th, the Singapore subsidiary of YOOZOO Games (YOOZOO Singapore) announced that it has signed a memorandum of cooperation with five polytechnics ...

Naughty Dog, a lighting artist explains the differences between games at ...

What's the difference between making a 30fps game and a 60fps game? Because some titles appear graphically inferior to others released over the years ...

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