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PC hardware reviews, news & recommendations.

Intel CPU Shortage to Worsen in 2H2019

13 March 2019 @ 12:30 am

According to a recent report by Digitimes, Intel’s CPU supply shortage will continue to worsen through the 2H2019 as demand for entry level and mainstream notebooks such as Chromebooks and Core i3-based notebooks continue to increase without the proper increase in supply to sustain the growth. Supply shortages in 3Q2018 began impacting major notebook vendors […]

The Best CPUs of 2019

19 February 2019 @ 1:18 am

The CPU, or Central Processing Unit, along with the motherboard is generally considered the most important core component of any PC. The reason for this is that the combination of the CPU and the motherboard determines what other components can be used with the system. As a result, this makes the decision of which CPU […]

AMD Announces Radeon VII Packing Vega II, 16GB HBM, $699 Pricepoint

13 January 2019 @ 7:30 am

At CES 2019, AMD CEO Dr. Lisa SU spoke on several products at their keynote and while many users were disappointed that AMD did not announce a rumored $250 GPU that would give GTX 1080 class performance, AMD did surprise the world by announcing the world’s first 7nm GPU for the consumer market. Rather than […]

Nvidia Announces Support for Adaptive Sync (FreeSync) Displays on GeForce Graphics Cards, What It Means For AMD

13 January 2019 @ 7:14 am

In a stunning move from Nvidia earlier this week, the GPU company announced that they would finally begin supporting adaptive sync functionality on AMD FreeSync monitors. Previously, Nvidia graphics cards were only compatible with their proprietary G-Sync system, which is technically a slightly better implementation of adaptive sync monitor technology when compared to FreeSync however, […]

Nvidia Unveils its RTX 2060 Priced at $349 Packing 6GB of GDDR6 at CES 2019

11 January 2019 @ 2:48 am

With the launch of Nvidia’s 20-series GPUs seemingly an eternity ago, Nvidia has finally announced a January 15th release date for their Geforce RTX 2060. The new graphics card uses the same GPU core as the GTX 2070, the TU106, though is cut down featuring 1920 CUDA cores, 240 tensor cores, 30 RT cores, 120 […]

Microsoft Adds Update Pausing Feature on Windows 10 Home

8 January 2019 @ 5:16 am

Generally speaking, always being up to date on the latest Windows patches is a pretty good thing. Updating your system will not only fix bugs and add new features, it also includes security patches that prevent hackers from having their way with your system. While there are plenty of benefits to having the latest updates, […]

ASUS Announces Massive ROG Mothership GZ700 Gaming Laptop

8 January 2019 @ 4:00 am

CES 2019 is chock-full of weird hardware, but the ASUS ROG Mothership GZ700 is definitely takes the cake as one of the craziest gaming laptops available. Name ROG Mothership GZ700 Processor Intel® Core™ i9-8950HK Operating system Windows 10 Home Windows 10 Pro (ASUS recommends Windows 10 Pro) Display 17.3” FHD (1920×1080) IPS-level panel, 144Hz, 3ms, […]

Razer Blade 15 Now Packing Nvidia GeForce RTX Graphics

8 January 2019 @ 3:53 am

Following Nvidia’s announcement of the new mobile GeForce RTX 20-series GPUs, Razer wasted no time announcing updates to their Blade 15 gaming laptop. Starting at $1,599, the Razer Blade 15 packs either an 15-inch Full HD (1920×1080) 144Hz display or a 4K (3840×2160) touch display with full 100% Adobe RGB color support. The laptop also […]

T-Mobile OnePlus 6T Receives New Software Update (Build: A6013_34_181228)

6 January 2019 @ 11:14 am

If you’re a T-Mobile OnePlus 6T owner, good news! T-Mobile has recently released a new software update, Android 9.0 Build Number: A6013_34_181228. According to the software version details, the new update “Enables support for additional domestic roaming partners”. In order to update, simply swipe up from the Home screen and tap Settings. From there, scroll […]

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Swedish Drone Vertiport Operator KOOKIEJAR is Joining Drone Logistics Ecosystem to Expand Globally

4 October 2023 @ 7:41 pm

Sweden – We are announcing participation of the drone delivery company Kookiejar of Sweden (KOS) as the latest member to Drone Logistics Ecosystem (DLE). The […]

Fully Dubai-made Drones to Revolutionize Security Monitoring in the Gulf Region

4 October 2023 @ 2:03 pm

Microavia is the first UAE-based drone company localizing the entire manufacturing cycle in Dubai. With its aerial security monitoring systems and geophysical exploration, the company […]

Verge Aero™ Launches New X7™ Drone Combining Cutting-Edge Hardware and Software Advancements for User-Friendly, All-in-One Drone Show System

4 October 2023 @ 1:56 pm

Verge Aero, the leading drone show technology solution, today unveiled its new Verge Aero™ X7™ drone, bringing technological advancements into Verge Aero’s all-in-one drone show product suite […]

Steadicopter to Present Comprehensive Sensor-to-Shooter SolutionCapabilities for Maneuvering Forces Utilizing its Unmanned Helicopters Systems.

4 October 2023 @ 1:53 pm

Steadicopter, a leader in the Rotary Unmanned Aerial Systems (RUAS) industry, to present, for the first time in the US a comprehensive sensor-to-shooter solution capabilities […]

Sentient’s AI-enabled optical sensors, ViDAR (Visual Detection and Ranging), detected targets at high altitudes across land and sea for next-generation ISR operations

4 October 2023 @ 1:48 pm

 Successful flight trials done for the Australian Defence Force (ADF) across multi-domains prove the utility of AI-enabled, persistent, wide-area motion imagery for long-range surveillance […]

ARROW Drone Operations Manager (FTC to July 31st 2024)

4 October 2023 @ 10:06 am

We at Altitude Angel, envisage a future where drones are set to revolutionise the lives of everyone on the planet, so we’re building the platforms […]

Skyports Drone Services demonstrates heavy lift for Royal Navy logistics and humanitarian use cases

4 October 2023 @ 9:55 am

Skyports Drone Services, the global leader in drone deliveries, surveys, and monitoring, has today announced its successful participation in phase two of the Royal Navy […]

infiniDome to Showcase First of Its Kind Live Demo of GPS Anti-Jamming Solutions Tailored for UAVs and Vehicles at AUSA 2023

4 October 2023 @ 9:49 am

infiniDome, leaders in GPS protection and resilient navigation solutions, will be exhibiting and performing a live demo of their solutions at AUSA, taking place from October […]

Asio Technologies completed the delivery of 100 vision-based navigation systems to a strategic customer

3 October 2023 @ 5:17 pm

Asio Technologies, a renowned developer and manufacturer of geospatial position systems and tactical defense solutions, will present its GNSS-denied vision-based navigation solution for UAVs at […]

Rantizo Announces Over $6M Series A Funding Expansion

3 October 2023 @ 1:34 pm

Rantizo, the leading operator network for spray drone services, announced today an expansion of its oversubscribed Series A funding round. Led by Leaps by Bayer, with Fulcrum […]

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You're probably going to use Microsoft Copilot wrong

4 October 2023 @ 10:00 am

Windows 11 is getting an AI assistant. Soon, it will land on every Windows 11 PC’s taskbar, giving everyone using a modern PC direct access to a technology with a lot of potential — but one that is easy to misunderstand.Copilot isn’t new. This is Bing Chat, which we’ve had access to for eight months. Under the hood, it’s basically the same technology that runs ChatGPT (the paid version with GPT-4).To read this article in full, please click here

Meta to lay off staffers at its Facebook Agile Silicon Team: Report

4 October 2023 @ 9:02 am

Facebook-parent Meta is laying off employees from its metaverse custom silicon unit, according to a news report.The layoffs affecting Facebook’s Agile Silicon Team or FAST, as known internally in the company, were announced at a Workplace forum, Reuters cited sources as saying.One of the sources told Reuters the impacted employees would be notified of their status by Wednesday morning without specifying an approximate percentage or number of planned job cuts.  FAST is home to nearly 600 Facebook employees, according to the report. An email sent to the company enquiring about the layoffs and the reason behind them went unanswered.To read this article in full, please click

Zoomtopia 2023: Zoom bets on AI with new Docs, AI Companion tools

3 October 2023 @ 4:00 pm

At its annual Zoomtopia conference in San Jose, California, videoconferencing company Zoom today announced a range of new products and capabilities, including an AI-powered document application called Zoom Docs and an expanded list of capabilities offered by the company’s recently launched AI Companion — all aimed at offering enterprises a more complete collaboration and communications platform for hybrid work.Alongside its standard document capabilities, Zoom Docs also offers project-tracking and wiki-building features that integrate with the Zoom platform and third-party apps. Users will be able to collaborate on documents by tagging colleagues to loop them into discussions, adding comments and threads to explain context, and assigning tasks and sharing documents. Layouts can be customized with elements including  tablesand image blocks, and AI-powered functionality will allow users to view content summaries and search documents for re

Zoomtopia 2023: Zoom goes all-in on hybrid work as back-to-office mandates abound

3 October 2023 @ 4:00 pm

Almost two months after Zoom controversially declared it would be requiring some of its employees to start being physically present in the office again, the videoconferencing company announced at its annual Zoomtopia event today a host of platform updates to enhance the hybrid work experience.“Returning to the office after working remotely can be challenging,” said Theresa Larkin, global lead for UCaaS Product Marketing at Zoom. “We all need flexible workspaces that encourage new ways to engage with virtual and in-person teams, and provide equal opportunity to have individual voices be heard, no matter where they're located.”

Zero trust and why it matters to the Apple enterprise

3 October 2023 @ 2:35 pm

Once upon a time, digital business sat inside the security perimeter. Devices were kept in offices, shared the same network, and were protected by antivirus software, firewalls, and software updates. This system wasn’t perfect and became increasingly specialized, with security teams, networking teams, and others all working in different sectors.With mobility, this changed. Devices were unleashed from their locations, used their own networks, and stood outside of traditional corporate endpoint protection.The pandemic accelerated these changes, fostering the evolution of innovative security protections outside of traditional perimeters, such as around zero-trust. The global zero trust security market is n

Japan invests $1.3 billion in Micron to subsidize chip manufacturing: Report

3 October 2023 @ 2:14 pm

Japanese government funds are expected to help Micron’s factory in Hiroshima produce more advanced chips to power AI and quantum workloads.

Asana unveils new AI capabilities to help teams work smarter

3 October 2023 @ 1:02 pm

Asana is rolling out a host of new generative AI capabilities for its work management platform that are designed to streamline and provide greater clarity for team collaboration and productivity.The new capabilities, announced today, come four months after Asana first said it would be adding AI functionality to its platform and outlined its AI principles, which stated the company was “committed to using AI in service of helping humanity thrive, this includes ensuring AI safety and transparency in practice and in product.”Today’s announcements fall into three categories: maximizing impact, driving clarity and accountability, and scaling up.To read this article in full, please click here

Microsoft puts its Cloud for Sovereignty in public preview

3 October 2023 @ 1:00 pm

The company plans to make Cloud for Sovereignty generally available in December.

Microsoft’s Nadella: Google could lock up AI-enabled search

3 October 2023 @ 11:54 am

Twenty-five years ago, the US Department of Justice, twenty-two states, and the District of Columbia sued budding software giant Microsoft for illegally monopolizing the PC market. The plaintiffs argued that Microsoft exploited contracts with computer makers, barring them from removing its Internet Explorer or using rival programs.A trial was held in the District Court for the District of Columbia, the outcome of which ultimately forced Microsoft to allow PC makers to install non-Microsoft software. Proving that history, if it does not repeat, then at least rhymes, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella testified in the same courthouse that hosted the landmark Microsoft trial, helping to make the prosecution’s caase against another tech giant and its main rival, Google.To read this article in full, please click here

With AI, there’s a trust gap based on gender, age

3 October 2023 @ 10:00 am

When it comes to trusting artificial intelligence (AI), men, millennial, and Gen Z workers generally have more faith in the technology than women, Gen Xers, or Baby Boomers, according to the results of a survey of more than 2,000 US adults.The survey, the second of its kind conducted eight months apart, was performed by The Harris Poll on behalf of MITRE Corp., a nonprofit research agency that manages research for US government agencies in the aviation, defense, healthcare, homeland security, and cybersecurity areas. The initial survey on AI trust took place just before the launch of OpenAI's ChatGPT last Nov. 30.To read this article in full, please cli

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Intel Arc A580 targets RTX 3050/RX 6600 graphics, while NVIDIA plans for slower RTX 3050 6GB variant

4 October 2023 @ 3:25 pm

Intel Arc A580 aims at Radeon RX 6600 and GeForce RTX 3050, while NVIDIA gears up to launch an even slower RTX 3050 RTX 3050 6GB vs. Arc A580, Source: @momomo_us Today, a new slide has surfaced unveiling Intel's long-forgotten Arc A580 GPU, accompanied by two custom models derived from this particular SKU. As previously mentioned in our earlier report, the A580 was officially announced last year but has not been made available until now. The recently leaked slide, credited to @momomo_us, suggests that Intel did indeed make some slight adjustments to the specifications, although these changes are relatively minor....Keep on reading: Intel Arc A580 targets RTX 3050/RX 6600 graphics, while NVIDIA plans for slower RTX 3050 6GB variant

AMD Radeon RX 7900M high-end mobile Navi 31 GPU featuring 72 RDNA3 CUs set to launch on October 19

4 October 2023 @ 1:32 pm

AMD Radeon RX 7900M to feature cut-down Navi 31 It is reported that AMD will unveil its high-end RDNA3 mobile GPU very soon.  According to the latest information from Wccftech, AMD is preparing to unveil the Radeon RX 7900M mobile graphics card on October 19th, coinciding with the rumored release date of the Threadripper PRO 7000. To provide context, AMD has thus far introduced mobile SKUs based on the Navi 33 architecture with the RX 7600M/S series, which have been relatively scarce in the gaming laptop market. Laptop manufacturers have primarily favored the RTX 4050/4060 series, and AMD had not...Keep on reading: AMD Radeon RX 7900M high-end mobile Navi 31 GPU featuring 72 RDNA3 CUs set to launch on October 19

Windows 11 update may reset AMD Adrenalin GPU driver settings

4 October 2023 @ 10:55 am

Microsoft Copilot breaks AMD drivers settings The Adrenalin settings will reset with each system reboot.  Microsoft has just released a cumulative preview update listed as KB5030310. This update enabled the new functionality of copilot, a new AI-driven assistant that can perform Windows tasks and connect with the web to provide the latest information. According to some reports, the Windows 11 KB5030310 update can cause some issues with the AMD Adrenalin drivers, such as resetting the custom settings in the control panel every time the system reboots. This problem does not affect the graphics driver functionality, but it can be annoying...Keep on reading: Windows 11 update may reset AMD Adrenalin GPU driver settings

Intel Arc A310 entry-level GPU with 4GB memory is now available in the US for $109

4 October 2023 @ 9:45 am

Sparkle debuts A310 ELF in the US This is the first consumer A310 to reach the US market.  The Arc A310 was initially intended as an OEM component, primarily targeted at the Chinese market, with limited availability for DIY sales. Sparkle, a brand that has recently re-entered the GPU market in an exclusive partnership with Intel, has taken the initiative to introduce this GPU through Newegg. The Sparkle Arc A310 ELF represents the most basic offering within the company's product lineup. Equipped with just 6 Xe-Cores and a 64-bit memory bus supporting 4GB of capacity, it's clearly not designed for...Keep on reading: Intel Arc A310 entry-level GPU with 4GB memory is now available in the US for $109

Intel Arc A580 8GB graphics card from Sparkle and ASRock leak out

4 October 2023 @ 7:52 am

Intel Arc A580 launching soon? It may actually be happening. Intel Arc A580 GPUs, Source: VideoCardz/Sparkle/ASRock Just two weeks ago, we highlighted the ongoing delay in Intel's launch of the Arc A580 graphics card, which has been postponed for over a year since its initial announcement. While Intel has shared specifications for this card, alongside the Arc A770 and A750 models, the A580 remains conspicuously absent from the market. As a reminder, the A580 is officially equipped with 24 Xe-Cores, restricting its compatibility to the ACM-G10 Alchemist GPU exclusively. Although Intel has also introduced the G11 with 8 Xe-Cores and...Keep on reading: Intel Arc A580 8GB graphics card from Sparkle and ASRock leak out

ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Formula pictured, features black and white design

3 October 2023 @ 4:35 pm

ASUS high-end Z790 motherboard for Raptor Lake Refresh ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Formula, Source: @wnxod ASUS' lineup of new Z790 motherboards boasts distinctive designs. The company has already unveiled motherboards such as the ROG Maximus Z790 Dark Hero, the ROG Strix Z790-A Gaming WiFi II, and the TUF Gaming Z790-Pro WiFi. Just today, they revealed an overclocking board known as the ROG Maximus Z790 APEX Encore for the first time. However, there has been one missing model in the Z790 series since 2022 – the Formula. The company did mention the Formula board in 2022, but it never made it...Keep on reading: ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Formula pictured, features black and white design

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7000 “Storm Peak” with up to 96 Zen4 cores to launch on October 19

3 October 2023 @ 12:50 pm

AMD Threadripper 7000 to launch 1.5 years after the 5000 series It is reported by Wccftech that AMD has now set the launch date for its new Threadripper series.  According to previously leaked marketing materials, AMD is set to reveal their next-generation Threadripper series this fall. As it turns out, we won't have to wait for much longer, as the official launch date is right around the corner, scheduled for October 19th. This information comes from Wccftech who have a good track record in predicting launch dates due to its close relationships with various board partners. The forthcoming launch is...Keep on reading: AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7000 “Storm Peak” with up to 96 Zen4 cores to launch on October 19

Intel marketing materials confirm upcoming 6.0 GHz 24-core, 5.6 GHz 20-core and 5.3 GHz 14-core CPUs

3 October 2023 @ 12:06 pm

Intel teases upcoming desktop CPU upgrade Marketing materials confirm configs of three 14th Gen Core models.  The first official marketing materials for Raptor Lake Refresh to leak are not very detailed, but they do confirm the configuration of the new series. The slides show the basic specs for Core i9, Core i7 and Core i5 models, without giving their exact names. The materials verify the 6 GHz clock and 24 core config, as well as 5.6 GHz 20-core and 5.3 GHz 16-core SKUs. These are consistent with the expected specs of 14900K, 14700K and 14600K models respectively. Raptor Lake Refresh...Keep on reading: Intel marketing materials confirm upcoming 6.0 GHz 24-core, 5.6 GHz 20-core and 5.3 GHz 14-core CPUs

Intel 12th Gen Core “Alder Lake” K-Series price drops: 12900KF at $325, 12700KF at $216 and 12600KF at $154

3 October 2023 @ 9:02 am

Intel Alder Lake discounts at Newegg To make it even clearer, Intel is gearing up to launch a new line of CPUs from the 14th Gen Core series, codenamed Raptor Lake Refresh. Prior to this launch and the anticipated discounts for the 13th Gen series, the company is currently focused on clearing out the remaining stock of the 12th Gen series, known as Alder Lake. The US retailer Newegg is offering some great deals on these CPUs at the moment. For instance, the 16-core 12900K series is now available for purchase at a range of $325 (KF) to $340 (K),...Keep on reading: Intel 12th Gen Core “Alder Lake” K-Series price drops: 12900KF at $325, 12700KF at $216 and 12600KF at $154

ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 APEX ENCORE overclocking motherboard spotted, may cost up to 840 EUR

3 October 2023 @ 6:55 am

Z790 APEX Encore spotted There is a new board from ASUS coming very soon, designed specifically for overclockers.  Scandinavian retailers have recently started listing a fresh addition to ASUS motherboard lineup, the ROG Maximus Z790 APEX Encore. The "Encore" designation signifies that this is a new iteration succeeding the original APEX version launched last year. It's worth noting that all motherboard manufacturers are currently in the process of updating their Z790 series, with names like Z790 X (Gigabyte) or Z790 MAX (MSI). ASUS, however, has opted for a distinct approach by giving their boards new names like "Dark Hero" or...Keep on reading: ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 APEX ENCORE overclocking motherboard spotted, may cost up to 840 EUR

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Better Strain Sensors to Promote Mobility Solutions for Disabled Patients

3 October 2023 @ 11:56 pm

Researchers used a combination of computer vision and optical technology to develop the sensors, which are made of lightweight materials for usability.

Benefits & Barriers: Cloud ERP for Engineers

3 October 2023 @ 10:43 pm

Cloud ERP could help engineers adapt and respond to project and market challenges.

2023 Mercedes-Benz EQB250 Strikes the EV Price/Range Balance

3 October 2023 @ 9:20 pm

The EQB250 makes Mercedes-Benz a legitimate value player in the pricy EV market.

Could This New Manufacturing Method Expand Small-Part Design Possibilities?

3 October 2023 @ 5:12 pm

Resin-infused powder lithography has emerged, offering an alternative to metal injection molding, CNC machining, and 3D printing. Learn more at MD&M Minneapolis.

US Manufacturing Surpasses Expectations

3 October 2023 @ 6:15 am

Manufacturing Day on October 6 is a good day to look at job growth and the trends affecting manufacturing.

Consider More Than Just User Needs During Medtech Development

2 October 2023 @ 10:53 pm

With the growth of personalized medicine and digital health, there’s so many variables to consider during medtech design and engineering, says an MD&M Minneapolis speaker.

FPGA Players Up the Ante For Edge Computing, AI

2 October 2023 @ 9:19 pm

Microchip, Lattice, and Intel have all recently expanded their FPGA offerings for edge and other high-end computing apps.

Toyota Researchers Steer Generative AI to Aid Engineering

2 October 2023 @ 8:07 pm

Toyota’s new approach adds capabilities by incorporating engineering constraints into generative AI models.

Navigating One’s Way Around Byzantine Hospitals

30 September 2023 @ 9:12 am

In addition to overengineering things, I sometimes find myself reinventing the wheel (again).

AI Won’t Take Over Engineering Jobs—It Will Improve Them

30 September 2023 @ 8:57 am

Engineers may be skeptical about AI and worry it could take their jobs, but AI may instead prove to be a valuable assistant.

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How Does a Powerline Adapter Work?

4 October 2023 @ 11:00 am

Connecting to the internet is vital. How else can you play your favourite online video game or stream the latest TV shows? Powerline adapters offer an alternative method to traditional Ethernet cables to deliver you a stable and consistent network throughout your home.   Don’t know what a powerline adapter is or how it works? Then […] The post How Does a Powerline Adapter Work? appeared first on Overclockers UK.

DOCP vs XMP Showdown: Unlocking RAM Performance

3 October 2023 @ 11:00 am

DOCP vs. XMP – which is for you and are there any differences between these two memory overclocking profiles? We’ll be answering both of these questions as we take a closer look at everything you need to know about DOCP and XMP.  XMP:  XMP stands for ‘Extreme Memory Profiles’, and is an overclocking software created […] The post DOCP vs XMP Showdown: Unlocking RAM Performance appeared first on Overclockers UK.

Big Bang Custom Keyboard

2 October 2023 @ 2:00 pm

Meet the Big Bang Keyboard Parts List Wield the power of the Big Bang custom keyboard setup to take down your enemies with ease in all your favourite AAA titles.   Kickstart the Universe  At the heart of the Big Bang is the Glorious GMMK Pro 75% Barebones in White Ice to keep the centre of […] The post Big Bang Custom Keyboard appeared first on Overclockers UK.

MOUZ Wins The Last Ever CS:GO Tournament: Save Big on noblechairs HERO Edition 

2 October 2023 @ 12:28 pm

MOUZ won the last ever CCS:GO tournament! Celebrate their big win with exclusive savings on the noblechairs HERO Gaming Chair MOUZ Edition. The post MOUZ Wins The Last Ever CS:GO Tournament: Save Big on noblechairs HERO Edition  appeared first on Overclockers UK.

Top Five New Game Releases Coming in October

2 October 2023 @ 11:00 am

There’s a delightful autumn chill in the air and that can only mean one thing – it’s the start of October!   To kickstart the month of spooky festivities, here are our top five new game releases that are heading our way in October. Each one has been paired with a high-quality gaming PC or laptop […] The post Top Five New Game Releases Coming in October appeared first on Overclockers UK.

AMD FSR 3.0 – Maximum Gaming on Old and New Graphics Cards

2 October 2023 @ 9:30 am

AMD FSR has received a hefty upgrade! Now called, AMD FSR 3.0, this dedicated upscaling technology has been updated to deliver you maximum gaming performance and huge improvements in frame rates.   If you’re looking to take advantage of this new and improved cutting-edge tech, then we’ve compiled everything you need to know, including the basics […] The post AMD FSR 3.0 – Maximum Gaming on Old and New Graphics Cards appeared first on Overclockers UK.

Runa and the Chaikurú Legacy – A Wild Adventure in the Jungle 

30 September 2023 @ 11:00 am

Explore the ancient ruins of a lost civilization in Runa and the Chaikurú Legacy. This action-packed adventure comes to us from the Argentinian developer’s Fanny Pack Studios. The version of the game I played was alpha build v0.6.0, which includes the first chapter of the game, as well as the boss fight against Anaconda. There’s Secrets […] The post Runa and the Chaikurú Legacy – A Wild Adventure in the Jungle  appeared first on Overclockers UK.

Don’t Sleep on Shadows of Doubt! – UPDATED

30 September 2023 @ 10:54 am

Featuring a unique mix of hand-crafted design and procedural generation, the detective stealth game Shadows of Doubt is one not to be missed. The post Don’t Sleep on Shadows of Doubt! – UPDATED appeared first on Overclockers UK.

5 Best PS5 Games You Can Play On PC (And 5 We Hope We Can Soon)  

29 September 2023 @ 2:00 pm

With so many great PS5 games already on PC, what more do we want to see join their ranks? We pick five of the best we have and five we want! The post 5 Best PS5 Games You Can Play On PC (And 5 We Hope We Can Soon)   appeared first on Overclockers UK.

The Best Ducky Keyboards for Gaming!  

29 September 2023 @ 11:00 am

Take a look at OcUK's recommendations for the top 5 best Ducky keyboards for gaming! From 100% to Mini, there's a keyboard for all. The post The Best Ducky Keyboards for Gaming!   appeared first on Overclockers UK.

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