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Kevin Parish of TomsHardware.com posted an article today about his Project Shield hands on @ GTC 2013. For those of you not familiar with Project Shield it is Nvidia’s attempt at the mobile gaming market. As summed up by Kevin, it is essentially a 5″ android tablet with a game pad attached. It does however offer some interesting features... Read More »
Despite SimCity’s crippling launch issues it still managed to sell 1.1 Million Copies in 2 weeks according to EA. This comes as a surprise when it’s launch issues were so well documented. Who was out buying a game they knew they couldn’t play? It’s clear that SimCity has some dedicated fans. A few interesting facts from EA’s press release.... Read More »
ASUS released a new BIOS update for their GTX 680 graphics cards. It adds GOP and UEFI support which will allow users to take advantage of windows 8′s Fast Boot feature. It’s still very uncommon for GPUs to support this. Many of you may not need these features but it’s always nice to see a... Read More »
Nvidia recently updated it’s GPU road map to give us a glimpse of what it has planned for the next four years. Most notable was the GPU architecture “Volta” which will incorporate stacked DRAM; allowing a memory bandwidth of 1TB/s. That’s roughly 4 times the bandwidth of Nvidias current flagship GPU, Titan. Nvidia’s next architecture planned for release, Maxwell, will implement unified... Read More »
Asus recently announced the ASUS GTX 670 Mini. The Mini is a full fledged GTX 670 shrunk down into a 6.7″ package. This makes it perfect for Mini ITX gaming and home theater builds that have been rapidly increasing in popularity. Here is a early peak at this pint sized power house. You can visit ASUS HERE... Read More »