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6 EK-XLC Predator AIO Gains AMD CPU Support

EK-XLC Predator AIO Gains AMD CPU Support

Mark Campbell | 25th February 2016

EK's XLC Predator series AIO water cooler has now gained AMD CPU socket support thanks to a new upgrade kit.

1 Tom Clancy's The Division - 60FPS PC Gameplay Trailer

Tom Clancy's The Division - 60FPS PC Gameplay Trailer

Mark Campbell | 25th February 2016

Ubisoft have just released a new 60FPS PC gameplay trailer for Tom Clancy's The Division.

5 AMD Releases Radeon Software Crimson 16.2 Driver

AMD Releases Radeon Software Crimson 16.2 Driver

Mark Campbell | 24th February 2016

AMD has released their new Radeon Software Crimson 16.2 Driver with specific optimizations for Ashes of the Singularity and Rise of the Tomb Raider.

6 Gears of War: Ultimate Edition PC System Requirements

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition PC System Requirements

Mark Campbell | 23rd February 2016

The PC system requirements for Gear of War: Ultimate Edition have been announced.

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0 Fallout 4 creation kit coming in April for PC

Fallout 4 creation kit coming in April for PC

Mark Campbell | 23rd February 2016

Fallout 4's Creation kit will be coming in April, with console mods coming at least a month later.

2 HTC Vive UK Pricing Revealed

HTC Vive UK Pricing Revealed

Mark Campbell | 23rd February 2016

The HTC Vive will cost £689 in the UK and will include motion controllers, tracking equipment and 2 games.

7 Bus Simulator 16 system requirements

Bus Simulator 16 system requirements

Mark Campbell | 23rd February 2016

The PC System requirements for Bus Simulator 16 has been announced. Do any of you like transport simulator games?

2 Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Is coming To PC This Fall

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Is coming To PC This Fall

Mark Campbell | 22nd February 2016

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness will be coming to PC this fall as part of it's Western release/ localization.

0 HTC Vive Recommended PC Specifications announced

HTC Vive Recommended PC Specifications announced

Mark Campbell | 22nd February 2016

The recommended PC specifications of the HTC Vive have been announced, requiring a GTX 970//R9 290 or higher, 4GB+ or RAM and an Intel i5 4590/ FX 8350 or higher.

0 AMD Radeon Shipping Dual Fiji Mini PCs to VR developers

AMD Radeon Shipping Dual Fiji Mini PCs to VR developers

Mark Campbell | 22nd February 2016

AMD Radeon has started shipping Dual Fiji Mini PCs to VR developers, offering a form factor not much larger than an Xbox One with 9x the GPU horsepower.

5 Real Life Sword Art Online VRMMO Announced

Real Life Sword Art Online VRMMO Announced

Mark Campbell | 22nd February 2016

A real life VRMMO based on Sword Art Online has been announced, Sword Art Online The Beginning.

2 HTC Vive To Cost $799

HTC Vive To Cost $799

Mark Campbell | 21st February 2016

The HTC Vive's pricing has been announced. It will cost $799.99, $200 more expensive than the Oculus Rift but the HTC Vive will come with motion controls, better tracking and more features.

0 Star Wars XCOM Helmet Mod Released

Star Wars XCOM Helmet Mod Released

Mark Campbell | 20th February 2016

Want some more Star Wars in your XCOM? Well thanks to this new Star Wars Helmet mod you can give your soldiers Helmets that justify their bad aim.

4 Hitman's Beta Does not use DirectX 12

Hitman's Beta Does not use DirectX 12

Mark Campbell | 19th February 2016

Hitman's Beta does not use of the DirectX 12 API, but we can have a here is at the Beta's options menu.

6 Super Mario Galaxy Runs at 4K 60FPS with DX12 Emulation update

Super Mario Galaxy Runs at 4K 60FPS with DX12 Emulation update

Mark Campbell | 19th February 2016

Thanks to the Dolphin Emulator's DirectX 12 update you can now play Super Mario Galaxy 2 at 4K 60FPS.

1 Cities Skylines Steam Free Weekend

Cities Skylines Steam Free Weekend

Mark Campbell | 18th February 2016

To celebrate the release of their new Snowfall Expansion Paradox has given Cities Skylines a free weekend on Steam. Want to try before you buy?

1 WWE 2K16 PC system requirements announced

WWE 2K16 PC system requirements announced

Mark Campbell | 18th February 2016

The PC system requirements have been announced for WWE 2K16, requiring a minimum of a GTX 460 or an HD 5870 and a dual core CPU.

3 Need for Speed PC System Requirements Announced

Need for Speed PC System Requirements Announced

Mark Campbell | 18th February 2016

The System Requirements for the PC version of Need for Speed have been announced, with the developers even telling us the resolutions, framerates and settings that the recommended specs are for.

1 XCOM 2 Patch Includes bug fixes and performance improvements

XCOM 2 Patch Includes bug fixes and performance improvements

Mark Campbell | 18th February 2016

The newest patch for XCOM 2 adds several fixes for the game and has removed 8x MSAA from the games default Max settings for better performance.

0 The Hitman 2016 Beta is now available for Preload

The Hitman 2016 Beta is now available for Preload

Mark Campbell | 18th February 2016

The Hitman 2016 Beta is now available for Preload for those who have Pre-ordered the title.

18 Blizzard announce system requirements for World of Warcraft Legion

Blizzard announce system requirements for World of Warcraft Legion

Mark Campbell | 18th February 2016

Blizzard have announced the system requirements for World of Warcraft Legion, increasing the CPU, GPU and storage requirements over the last expansion.

2 WWE 2K16 will be coming to PC in March

WWE 2K16 will be coming to PC in March

Mark Campbell | 17th February 2016

WWE 2K16 will be coming to PC on March 11th and will have all of the DLC the consoles has for no additional cost.

13 Firewatch devs respond to those who refunded the game

Firewatch devs respond to those who refunded the game

Mark Campbell | 17th February 2016

The Developers of Firewatch have offered a response to those who have refunded the game on Steam.

4 Deadpool's opening action scene was powered entirely by NVIDIA hardware

Deadpool's opening action scene was powered entirely by NVIDIA hardware

Mark Campbell | 17th February 2016

Deadpool's opening action scene was powered entirely by NVIDIA hardware by Blur Studios, with rendering speeds that are 15x faster than using CPUs.

3 3 Sega Games free on Steam

3 Sega Games free on Steam

Mark Campbell | 17th February 2016

Thanks to the Sega's "Make War Not Love 3" promotion on Steam Golden Axe, Jet Set Radio and Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit are all free on Steam.

2 AMD FreeSync support is coming to Linux

AMD FreeSync support is coming to Linux

Mark Campbell | 17th February 2016

AMD FreeSync support will be coming to both their Linux open and closed source drivers in the future, with plans to continue to improve both their stability and performance on Linux in the future.

6 Call of Duty: Black Ops III Multiplayer Only Starter Pack Hits Steam

Call of Duty: Black Ops III Multiplayer Only Starter Pack Hits Steam

Mark Campbell | 16th February 2016

A Multiplayer only version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 has just been released on Steam for £11.59/$14.99. This pack will be PC only.

4 The Vulkan API has been released

The Vulkan API has been released

Mark Campbell | 16th February 2016

The Vulkan API has been released, with Beta drivers from AMD and Nvidia and the launch of the first Vulkan game.

2 Frontier have released Elite Dangerous: Arena

Frontier have released Elite Dangerous: Arena

Mark Campbell | 16th February 2016

Frontier have released Elite Dangerous: Arena, a £5 version of the game that will only include the Arena PVP mode of the game for players that prefer fighting over space trucking.

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