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What Should We Expect From Marvel’s Avengers Game?

For those who keep their fingers on the pulse of the video game industry, the news of Marvel’s intent to rev up its console activity is, well… no longer news. The announcement was made way back in 2016, and we’ve already begun to see some of the fruits of Marvel’s labor. Guardians Of The Galaxy: The Telltale Series has...

Intel roadmap has leaked, confirms Z370, H370, H310, B360 and Z390 platforms

A new Intel roadmap chart has been leaked and revealed more info on upcoming Intel 8th Gen platform. As we can see it is a confirmation of new Coffeelake-S series naming scheme. The new motherboard chipsets are Z370, H370, H310 and B360 chipset, The B350 name which was already borrowed by AMD; therefore Intel named it the B360. Since...

Intel Core i9 7920X Skylake-X CPU Delidded by Der8auer, bigger die than i9-7900X

Once again overclocker Der8auer has delidded an Intel Core i9 7920X Skylake-X chip, revealing the actual CPU-Die for use to see. He used his delidding tool, Delid-Die-Mate-X, the die is much larger than Intel's 10-core i9-7900X. Also, Intel is still not doing soldering on its enthusiast-targeted CPUs, which would result in better temperatures and, potentially, overclocking potential. Der8auer has...

AMD RX Vega 56 BIOS Flash to Vega 64 Offering Improved Performance

A ChipHell forum user has flashed a Vega 64 BIOS onto a Vega 56 successfully, but apparently, the shaders won't unlock (at least not according to our very own GPU-Z). Though performance has improved, the lesser amount of shaders on the Vega 56 silicon (3585 Shaders / 224 TMUs / 64 ROPs compared to Vega 64's 4096 / 256...

Intel announced its 8th Generation Core processor family, claimed a 40% more performance

Intel today announced its 8th generation Core processor family, which will be the new mainstream desktop (MSDT) processor SKUs by Intel. On the live steam, Intel was stressing on the "40% more performance over the previous-generation," even though the "Coffee Lake" micro-architecture is essentially a refined version of the "Skylake" and "Kaby Lake" architectures. Intel has claimed a 40% by...

Intel 8th Gen Core i5 and Core i7 Retail Boxes Spotted

The pictures of retail boxes of 8th generation Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors has appear online. This the first pictures of Intel’s new 14 nm "Coffee Lake" silicon will be 6-core parts in the Core i5 and Core i7 series launching later today (22 August). These pictures of the products confirm few things; first these new CPUs will...

Red Alert for Xiaomi Users, eScan found Vulnerabilities on MIUI System Apps and various Security/Backup-restore apps

eScan - Total security solution, have recently come up with a study that shed light on the setbacks of Xiaomi smartphones. Undoubtedly, India has a dominant position in the Mobile Data User World and is about to surpass the US and become the second largest smartphone market after China. The number of mobile internet users in India is estimated to reach...

A short Interview with Mr. Vishal Parekh the Marketing Director of Kingston Technology India

Kingston Technology and its sub brand HyperX have made a significant impact on Indian PC gaming market. So we reached out Kingston and take a short interview of Vishal Parekh, Marketing Director, Kingston and HyperX India, about Kingston / HyperX products and services. Spokesperson introduction: Mr. Vishal Parekh is the Marketing Director of Kingston Technology India, the leading brand in memory...

AMD unveiled Radeon RX Vega

AMD has been on a roll recently releasing new hardware, but nothing has been as eagerly anticipated as RX Vega- their upcoming Radeon GPU flagship for gamers and PC enthusiasts. Today AMD has finally unveiled their Radeon RX Vega featuring a brushed silver finish aluminum cooler shroud similar to the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition. The Radeon logo and other...

Threadripper has been de-llided, revealing AMD using 4 CPU Dies and they are soldered

The famous Overclocker Der8auer has de-lidded the new AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X CPUs in a recent video, proving once and for all that AMD's new Ryzen Threadripper series CPUs are soldered. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoVK6rJR5VE This means that AMD's Threadripper CPUs should not be de-lidded by consumers, as it will most likely result in a dead CPU and at best will only result in...

Intel i7-8700K Coffee Lake 6-Core Lineup Details are Leaked

New CPU-Z screenshot leaked of Intel's upcoming Coffee Lake hexacore CPUs showing a desperate fight for AMD's Ryzen, as of now three different Intel 6-core processors leaks. The previous CPU-Z screenshot apparently pointed towards Intel's upcoming 8700K six-core processor, with a base clock of 3.5 GHz and a boost clock of 4.3 GHz. The BCLK of the CPU was...

Intel Coffee Lake to come with six core i5 and i7

We already know Intel is rumored to be releasing their next-generation mainstream series of CPUs earlier than usual within the next few months under the codename "Coffee Lake," offering up to 6 core CPUs. Though the mainstream 6 core CPUs will lack some of the features of Intel's new X299 CPUs (like AVX-512 support). The latest leaks come from CPCHardware,...

AMD Threadripper 1950X 16-core spotted on Geekbench database

As we are getting closer to AMD's Threadripper launch, more leak benchmark results are surfacing, the latest one on Geekbench database, showing the flagship 1950X preliminary scores. In the Geekbench, we can see the Threadripper 1950X @ 3.40 GHz gave Single-Core Score of 4074 and Multi-Core Score of 26768. Sadly, these scores are low in comparison to the 10-core i9-7900X,...

AMD Radeon RX Vega 3DMark benchmark leaked, showing 15% faster than GTX 1080

A new benchmark result surface which claimed to be new RX Vega bears the code 687F:C1, showing clock speed and the memory clock speed of HB2. We already know from various leaks and rumors that AMD will reportedly launch the Radeon RX Vega with 8GB of HBM2, but now we know it will feature a memory bandwidth of 484GB/sec and...

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition PCB-exposed

AMD's Radeon Vega Frontier Edition has been revealed in a review by PCPerspective, revealing the GPU's PCB design and the Vega chip. In the picture, we can see the new Vega chip which has both GPU and HBM2 memory die in one package, saving a ton of space in PCB area compare to GDDR5/5X based GPU solutions. The GPU die...

AMD announces new Ryzen Pro series of Desktop CPUs

Today AMD has announced their new Ryzen Pro series of Desktop CPUs, which are designed to offer professional-grade performance, security, and reliability at affordable prices. These new CPUs come just after AMD's EPYC server processor release, adding another tier to AMD's Enterprise CPU offerings. These new CPUs will offer Windows 10 Enterprise Security support, AES 128-bit memory encryption, and a...

Intel’s new X299 Motherboards are a “VRM Disaster” by Overclocker der8auer

Intel’s new X299 platform is already having some controversy regarding CPUs and now its look like the X299 motherboards is also facing issues, with user "der8auer" of overclocking fame claiming the platform is essentially a complete "VRM disaster." In the video in which these claims are made, he levies the blame to both Intel and the motherboard manufacturers "50/50."...

AMD Radeon Pro Vega Frontier Edition Benchmarked Posted by a User

Today, AMD launched its Vega Frontier Edition, but without any review as the absence of review samples from AMD to any outlet. Though a lucky customer has already gotten his hands on a Radeon Pro Vega Frontier Edition and he is posted the pictures and some benchmarks to give us the first actual look of the cards performance. ...

Xbox One X Hardware Specs Makes Gaming Desktops a Run for their Money

Sunday Microsoft has announced their most powerful game console, the Xbox One X, formerly codenamed "Project Scorpio." The new console is designed for 4K Ultra HD gaming at 60 Hz. Something like this requires you to spend at least $1,300 to build a gaming desktop to do. But with Xbox One X is built as a closed ecosystem that's...

Samsung unveils three new HDR-ready FreeSync 2 gaming monitors with top model having a 49-inch 32:9 aspect ratio display

Samsung has announced a trio of new FreeSync 2 displays, all of which come with 144Hz refresh rates, Quantum Dot displays with 1ms and resolutions that are beyond 1080p. The first of these three new displays is the Samsung C49HG90, which has a huge 49-inch display with a unique 32:9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 3840x1080 with 144Hz refresh...
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