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0 Batman: The Telltale Series receives its first PC patch

Batman: The Telltale Series receives its first PC patch

Mark Campbell | 4th August 2016

Batman: The Telltale Series receives its first PC patch, adding lower graphical options to the game and forcing the game to run on a laptop's dedicated GPU when possible.

0 FIFA 17's PC system requirements have been announced

FIFA 17's PC system requirements have been announced

Mark Campbell | 4th August 2016

FIFA 17's PC system requirements have been announced, revealing that the game will require 4 CPU threads, 8GB of RAM and 50GB of storage space.

11 Dell announces 1080p SE2717H IPS FreeSync monitor

Dell announces 1080p SE2717H IPS FreeSync monitor

Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2016

Dell has announced their new SE2717H 1080p IPS monitor which features a FreeSync range of 48-75Hz.

6 Aftermarket RX 470 and RX 460 GPUs pictured

Aftermarket RX 470 and RX 460 GPUs pictured

Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2016

Aftermarket version of AMD's RX 470 and RX 460 GPUs pictured showcasing designs from ASUS, Gigabyte, Sapphire and XFX.

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3 EK announced their new GTX Titan X Pascal water block

EK announced their new GTX Titan X Pascal water block

Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2016

EK has announced their new GTX Titan X Pascal water block. Why would you limit the cooling potential of your $1200 GPU with the stock air cooler?

0 The Humble Quakecon sale has begun

The Humble Quakecon sale has begun

Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2016

The Humble Quakecon sale has now started, offering some huge discounts on Bethesda games.

11 Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs

Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs

Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2016

Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs, offering 25% more capacity and up to 21% faster sequential performance.

2 The Samsung Galaxy Note7 will support HDR and the Vulkan API

The Samsung Galaxy Note7 will support HDR and the Vulkan API

Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2016

The Samsung Galaxy Note7 will support HDR and the Vulkan API as well as some significant hardware upgrades when compared to its predecessors.

1 The Dolphin emulator's latest version offers up to 10% more performance in games

The Dolphin emulator's latest version offers up to 10% more performance in games

Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2016

The Dolphin emulator's latest version offers up to 10% more performance in games thanks to some recent performance optimisations.

0 Sony's PlayStation division accounts for 78% of the companies profits

Sony's PlayStation division accounts for 78% of the companies profits

Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2016

Sony's PlayStation division accounts for 78% of the companies profits in Q1 2016.

0 The Xbox One S uses an SoC made on TSMC's 16nm FinFET processing node

The Xbox One S uses an SoC made on TSMC's 16nm FinFET processing node

Mark Campbell | 3rd August 2016

The Xbox One S uses an SoC made on TSMC's 16nm FinFET processing node, meaning that AMD has built GPUs on both TSMC's 16nm and GlobalFoundries 14nm processes.

4 Ubisoft releases system requirements for For Honor's closed Alpha

Ubisoft releases system requirements for For Honor's closed Alpha

Mark Campbell | 2nd August 2016

Ubisoft releases system requirements for For Honor's closed Alpha, which will begin on August 4th.

8 Microsoft's Xbox One S will come with a factory overclock

Microsoft's Xbox One S will come with a factory overclock

Mark Campbell | 2nd August 2016

Microsoft's Xbox One S will come with a factory overclock of around 7% on the GPU core, potentially preventing some performance dips in games.

56 The GTX Titan X is now available to purchase

The GTX Titan X is now available to purchase

Mark Campbell | 2nd August 2016

The GTX Titan X is now available to purchase from Nvidia. Let's have a look at some performance numbers.

0 Biostar enters the SSD market with their G300 series of Solid State Drives

Biostar enters the SSD market with their G300 series of Solid State Drives

Mark Campbell | 2nd August 2016

Biostar has now entered the SSD market with their G300 series of Solid State Drives.

4 World of Warcraft: Legion gets an Extended Preview

World of Warcraft: Legion gets an Extended Preview

Mark Campbell | 2nd August 2016

Blizzard has released an extended preview for World of Warcraft's upcoming Legion Expansion, showcasing 6 new zones, several new dungeons as well as a whole new Monster Hunter class and Class halls.

4 HP accidentally sells a £2000 laptop for less than £2

HP accidentally sells a £2000 laptop for less than £2

Mark Campbell | 2nd August 2016

Last weekend HP was accidentally selling a £2000+ laptop for less than £2 due to a pricing error.

7 VTX3D has officially closed down

VTX3D has officially closed down

Mark Campbell | 2nd August 2016

VTX3D, a maker of AMD GPUs for the Chinese and European markets, has officially closed down.

9 Pascal Titan X benchmark performance leak

Pascal Titan X benchmark performance leak

Mark Campbell | 2nd August 2016

The 3DMARK performance of Nvidia's Pascal based Titan X has been leaked, showcasing 30% more performance than the GTX 1080 at stock.

1 SK Hynix has added HBM2 to their product catalog

SK Hynix has added HBM2 to their product catalog

Mark Campbell | 1st August 2016

SK Hynix has added HBM2 to their product catalog, with availability for 4GB memory stacks in Q3 2016.

0 Nvidia's GTX 1000m series of GPUs are rumoured to launch at Gamescom

Nvidia's GTX 1000m series of GPUs are rumoured to launch at Gamescom

Mark Campbell | 1st August 2016

Nvidia's GTX 1000m series of GPUs are rumoured to launch at Gamescom 2016, an event that will take place on August 17th-21st in Cologne Germany.

4 MSI has launched their new X99A Tomahawk motherboard

MSI has launched their new X99A Tomahawk motherboard

Mark Campbell | 1st August 2016

MSI has launched their new X99A Tomahawk motherboard, which includes M.2 and U.2 ports, reinforced PCIe lanes and no built in RGB LEDs.

7 EK will be releasing custom water blocks for several aftermarket GTX 1060 GPUs

EK will be releasing custom water blocks for several aftermarket GTX 1060 GPUs

Mark Campbell | 1st August 2016

EK has announced that they will be releasing custom water blocks for several aftermarket GTX 1060 GPUs from ASUS, MSI and Gigabyte.

0 Lost Soul Aside is looking great for a game with only one developer

Lost Soul Aside is looking great for a game with only one developer

Mark Campbell | 1st August 2016

Lost Soul Aside, an upcoming fantasy action game, is looking great for a game made by a single developer

0 Gigabyte and EK announced X99 and Z170 limited edition motherboard bundles

Gigabyte and EK announced X99 and Z170 limited edition motherboard bundles

Mark Campbell | 1st August 2016

Gigabyte and EK have announced new X99 and Z170 limited edition motherboard bundles.

1 Resident Evil 4's HD Project is making progress

Resident Evil 4's HD Project is making progress

Mark Campbell | 1st August 2016

Resident Evil 4's HD Project is making progress, making some huge visual improvements over the original by giving the world HD textures and more complex 3D models.

1 Galaxy in Turmoil has been forced to drop their Star Wars theme

Galaxy in Turmoil has been forced to drop their Star Wars theme

Mark Campbell | 1st August 2016

Galaxy in Turmoil, the Unreal Engine 4 remake of the original Star Wars Battlefront 3, has been cancelled at the request of Disney and EA.

2 Samsung's 15.36TB Enterprise SSD will cost $10k

Samsung's 15.36TB Enterprise SSD will cost $10k

Mark Campbell | 31st July 2016

Samsung's 15.36TB Enterprise NVMe SSD will cost $10k, with the 7.68TB version costing $7k.

0 Valve widens their Counter Strike gambling crackdown

Valve widens their Counter Strike gambling crackdown

Mark Campbell | 31st July 2016

Valve has widened their Counter-Strike gambling crackdown, threatening 20 more CSGO "skin gambling" websites with legal action if they do not close down.

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