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AMD lifts embargo on the Radeon R9 Fury X’s performance, shows GPU competing neck and neck with Nvidia’s GTX 980 Ti

Share This article Ever since AMD announced Fiji and its new memory interface, there’s been one major question on the minds of enthusiasts — could this new memory architecture give Team Red the performance it needed to compete with Maxwell? ...

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E3 2015: Microsoft is adding local 360 backwards compatibility to the Xbox One

Share This article Earlier today, Microsoft kicked off E3 with an incredibly solid stage show. It delivered loads of new games, unveiled the crazy “Elite” customizable controller, and it even announced an early access program called “Xbox Game Preview.” But ...

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Oculus Rift 1.0 ship date and technical details revealed

Share This article Earlier today, Oculus held a press conference in advance of next week’s massive E3 gaming event. For the most part, this awkward one-hour stage show was spent discussing the minute details that differentiate the final hardware from ...

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Steam users flood to take advantage of new refund policy, leave game developers in the lurch

Share This article A few days ago, Steam announced that it would begin offering refunds to anyone who wanted them, provided they fulfilled a few minimal requirements. Specifically, if you spend no more than two hours with a title and ...

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ExtremeTalk: Windows 10 is coming — what will it take for you to upgrade?

Coming soon to a store near you… As Windows 10’s release date rolls steadily onward, Microsoft has been clarifying some of the concerns and issues that users have been asking. We now know that the free upgrade offer that arrives ...

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Sony plans 1TB PS4 launch — will the company drop the price this year?

Share This article E3 is right around the corner now, so countless leaks and rumors are starting to pop up in the world of gaming. It’s unlikely that we’ll see any major hardware announcements in LA this year, but a ...

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Nvidia GTX 980 Ti Review: Titan X performance at a fraction of the price

Share This article Today, at Computex (It’s already 6 AM on June 1 in Taiwan), Nvidia is launching its next high-end GPU. Just as the GTX 780 followed the original Titan, the GTX 980 Ti will slide in between the ...

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AMD launches new top-end A10-7870K with faster CPU, GPU clock speeds

Share This article When Kaveri debuted 15 months ago, it offered a number of impressive under-the-hood improvements for heterogeneous compute workloads, a refreshed CPU core, and the best integrated graphics performance available on any platform. AMD has already announced that ...

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Microsoft’s new rendering research could bring better visuals to Xbox One, mobile devices

Share This article During Microsoft’s initial Xbox One reveal and subsequent E3 demonstrations, it mentioned a capability that we haven’t heard much about since. According to the company, the Xbox One could theoretically be paired with offsite cloud rendering platforms ...

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Microsoft’s Phil Spencer wants to win PC gamers back, despite Games For Windows Live debacle

Share This article When Microsoft debuted Games for Windows — Live eight years ago, the platform was cheered as a way for the company to use its considerable marketing clout to improve the visibility of PC gaming. Features like Xbox ...

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