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Archive for August 16th, 2018

Diablo 3 trailers emerge, gameplay detailed

Our colleagues over at Shacknews have published all there is to know about the recently announced Diablo 3. They've also included a few video previews to whet your appetite.




GPU-Z version 0.2.5 is now up for grabs

There's a new version of GPU-Z up for grabs over at TechPowerUp. As detailed below, version 0.2.5 fixes various RV770-related problems.




Radeon HD 4850 fan speed workaround posted

A fan speed workaround has appeared in the Guru3D forums, which allows Radeon HD 4850 owners to specify a percentage-controlled fan speed for their boards.




Antec unveil Signature Series power supplies

Antec has unveiled its new Signature Series power supplies, which are rated at 850W and 650W. The units are priced at $299 and $249 respectively.




AMD encourage DirectX 10.1 exclusive gaming

AMD is looking to take advantage of its DX10.1 exclusiveness by teaming up with Blizzard, who are expected to implement DX10.1-exclusive effects into its current and upcoming games.




Dual Radeon HD 4870 X2’s get Vantaged

During a recent presentation, AMD demonstrated what two HD 4870 X2's can achieve in 3DMark Vantage. A score of 12,515 in the extreme profile was witnessed.




Creative’s Zen X-Fi player pictured, detailed

A few leaked photos have surfaced which reveal Creative's new Zen X-Fi player. Not much seems to have changed from the current models, except for a longer battery life.




Asus preparing new Eee PC’s with bigger keyboards

According to DigiTimes, Asus has two more Eee PC's up its sleeve. The Eee PC 904 and 905 both feature larger keyboards than the current 900 and 901 models.




Seagate to acquire NAND flash maker, report says

It appears that Seagate is looking to acquire a NAND flash maker in order to compete in the SSD market. Sandisk or Intel's share in the Micron venture are on the shopping list.




Gainward’s first Radeon attempt detailed, pictured

More pictures and details of Gainward's first HD 4850 and 4870 offerings have surfaced. With Nvidia's new UMAP pricing in place, who'd blame them for changing sides.




Why working at Microsoft is better than Google

If you're after a good read, a blogger has written about the benefits of being a Microsoft employee rather than working at Google.




Guitar Hero: Aerosmith un-boxed, reviewed

Based on the same engine used in Guitar Hero 3, the folks over at FW Labs (via Engadget) have published their thoughts on the upcoming Aerosmith edition of the game.






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