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AMD-backed FreeSync monitors finally shipping

Share This article For the past few years, both AMD and Nvidia have been talking up their respective solutions for improving gaming display quality. Nvidia calls its proprietary implementation G-Sync, and has been shipping G-Sync displays with partner manufacturers for ...

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Nvidia’s 2016 roadmap shows huge performance gains from upcoming Pascal architecture

Share This article At Nvidia’s keynote today to kick off GTC, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang spent most of his time discussing Nvidia’s various deep learning initiatives and pushing the idea of Tegra as integral to the self-driving car. He did, however, ...

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Sony’s firmware 2.50 will finally bring suspend and resume to the PS4

Share This article Finally, suspend and resume is headed for the PS4. Sony officially confirmed that the long-awaited feature is coming in the next major firmware revision. Other convenience and performance tweaks will be added to firmware 2.50 (dubbed “Yukimura”) ...

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Next-generation Vulkan API could be Valve’s killer advantage in battling Microsoft

Share This article Last week, we covered the announcement of the Khronos Group’s Vulkan API, as well as information on how AMD’s Mantle formed the fundamental basis of the new standard. Now that some additional information on Vulkan has become ...

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Intel graphics power up with Raptr, new developer programs

Share This article Intel announced two new programs at GDC 2015 this week that are collectively meant to increase development for its own graphics platforms and offer an improved experience for end users. The first, Achievement Unlocked, is described as ...

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Sony demos updated Project Morpheus VR headset, on track for 2016 release

Share This article Not since the Nintendo Virtual Boy collected dust on store shelves decades ago has virtual reality been such a big deal. Suddenly every technology company is making its own VR headset, and Sony has just unveiled an updated version ...

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Report claims DirectX 12 will enable AMD and Nvidia GPUs to work side-by-side

Share This article With the Games Developer Conference right around the corner we’ve started to see more gaming and technology announcements cropping up, but a new report on DirectX 12 is certain to raise the eyebrows of any PC gamer. ...

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PowerVR goes 4K with GT7900 for game consoles

Share This article PowerVR is announcing its new high-end GPU architecture today, in preparation for both Mobile World Congress and the Game Developers Conference (MWC and GDC, respectively). Imagination Technologies has lost some ground to companies like Qualcomm in recent ...

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PS4 will continue to outsell the Xbox One through 2018, report says

Share This article Microsoft has made massive changes to its console strategy over the last two years. The Xbox One is cheaper, less restrictive, and more feature-rich than it once was. But in spite of these strides in the right ...

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Nvidia kills mobile GPU overclocking in latest driver update, irate customers up in arms

Share This article Nvidia’s mobile Maxwell parts have won significant enthusiast acclaim since launch thanks to excellent performance and relatively low power consumption. Boutique builders and enthusiasts alike also tend to enjoy pushing the envelope, and Maxwell’s manufacturing characteristics apparently ...

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