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Archive for November 17th, 2018

PhysX teaches Radeon and GeForce to get along

Using a Radeon card with a secondary GeForce card primarily dedicated to PhysX processing works, or so reveal tests conducted by the folks over at Hardspell.




Microsoft’s Explorer Mini “Blue Track” mouse spotted

Engadget have discovered a rodent which seems to be the product behind the teaser "Say Goodbye to Laser", which recently featured on Microsoft's website.




Far Cry 3 developments are underway, says Ubisoft

Developments on a sequel to the unreleased Far Cry 2 are currently in "preliminary stages", confirmed Ubisoft's Patrick Redding. The game will remain set in Africa.




Microsoft unleash Internet Explorer 8 beta 2

Microsoft has rolled-out the second beta of Internet Explorer 8, a release which has to counter Mozilla's already victorious Firefox 3. Grab your copy here.




Nvidia makes SLI on X58 official, without bridge chip

Running two GeForce cards and a Core i7 CPU in tandem will soon be a reality, confirmed Nvidia, who added that nForce 200 chips won't be required.




CPU-Z version 1.47 is now up for grabs

A new version of CPU-Z is now up for grabs courtesy of CPUID. Version 1.47 adds support for Intel’s upcoming Core i7 processors and AMD’s 790GX chipset.



FutureMark’s first game to utilize Nvidia’s PhysX

FutureMark is going to implement PhysX into its first game, Shattered Horizon, according to a proud Nvidia. A teaser and general info on the game is here.




Abit to leave the mobo market by year’s end

Despite Abit's marketing director dispelling rumors back in May, talks have re-emerged that the company will exit the motherboard business by the end of this year.






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