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Confirmed: GlobalFoundries will manufacture AMD’s mobile, low-power Polaris GPUs

Share This article When AMD unveiled its new Polaris architecture, there was still some question as to where the new graphics processors would be built. Historically, AMD has built GPUs with TSMC and used GlobalFoundries for its CPUs and higher-end ...

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New Razer Stealth combines ultrabook portability, Thunderbolt-powered Core external GPU

Share This article For the last few years, peripheral and laptop company Razer has used CES to show off its cutting-edge concepts and designs for the PC gaming and peripheral market. Some of these have proven more popular than others ...

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Maingear launches 34-inch AIO desktop with liquid cooling and 18-core Xeon CPU

Share This article If you thought all-in-one PCs were lame and not worth your time, Maingear has one for CES 2016 that may finally grab your attention, although your wallet may cry out in pain as a result. The Alpha ...

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For VR to succeed, it needs evangelists. Will it get them?

Share This article After years of impatiently waiting, the latest generation of virtual reality headsets are nearly here. Facebook alone has dumped over two billion dollars into the VR market, and countless developers are dedicating thousands of man-hours to make ...

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ExtremeTech explains: What is DirectX 12?

Share This article It’s been over 18 months since we first visited the topic of DirectX 12 and what features and benefits it would bring to modern gaming. Much has happened since. Windows 10‘s launch and the debut of Ashes ...

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Nvidia fixes G-Sync refresh rate bug, adds VR SLI support to OpenGL

Share This article Two new announcements from the Team Green front as we head into the holidays. Nvidia’s 361.43 driver has just dropped, with two significant updates inside it, though only one will be of immediate benefit to customers. First, ...

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Microsoft announces 16 new Xbox 360 games for the Xbox One

Share This article Microsoft has continued to roll out its new Xbox 360 emulation layer for the Xbox One, with support for another 16 games dropping today as an early Christmas present. The new titles contains some significant hits and ...

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The 10 most technically impressive games of 2015

Share This article After a series of severe disappointments last year, we were worried that the game industry was stuck in a major rut. But much to our delight, 2015 turned out to be an incredible year for video games. ...

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All Oculus Rift preorders will ship with the amazing Eve: Valkyrie

Share This article Oculus and CCP Games, the developers of Eve: Valkyrie, announced that all Rift preorders would ship with a free copy of the game. This is going to go over extremely well with virtually anyone who has played ...

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New Fallout 4 1.2 patch improves performance on all platforms — but at a cost

Share This article Fallout 4 has been widely lauded in the gaming press as a stunning achievement, but performance issues and stuttering have negatively affected the title on all three platforms. The situation was particularly bad on the Xbox One, ...

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