- News tagged "gaming"
Friday, 24 Apr 2015
NVIDIA has posted details on the hardware you'll need to run Batman: Arkham Knight on PC when it comes out in June. Hit the link for more details!
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2015
The Xbox One's Halo: Master Chief Collection will get a major piece of DLC soon with Halo: ODST. It's free, with a catch.
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2015
With Grand Theft Auto V being the hottest game on PC right now, both AMD and NVIDIA are scrambling to release drivers that offer improved performance for the game.
Monday, 30 Mar 2015
AMD has used Futuremark's new 3DMark API Overhead feature test to demonstrate the performance gains of the next-generation DirectX 12 API on its own hardware. The results show a significant increase in CPU draw calls over DirectX 11, improved performance-per-watt, and better utilization of multi-core CPUs, which should be welcome news to both gamers and developers.
Monday, 16 Mar 2015
First seen at Computex 2014 last year, ASUS' outrageous RT-AC3200 Tri-band Wireless AC3200 Gigabit Router is finally heading to our shores.
Wednesday, 4 Mar 2015
The new Shield is a US$200 Android console that runs Crysis 3. Yes, it's that powerful. Find out what other nifty features this Tegra X1 based system boasts.
Wednesday, 11 Feb 2015
First seen at CES 2015, D-Link has just officially launched its DIR-890L AC3200 Tri-band Wireless Gigabit Cloud Router. It is also running a special SG50 promotion that will begin from February 12 until the end of this month.
Saturday, 7 Feb 2015
Singtel is now offering its 1Gbps Unlimited Fiber for just $50 per month until the end of February. As part of this promotion, Singtel will also offer Linksys' new EA9200 AC3200 tri-band router at a special price.
Wednesday, 4 Feb 2015
Razer's updated their Blade notebook again, in an aim to keep up with other high-end notebooks. So what exactly did they tweak and add?
Tuesday, 3 Feb 2015
Origin PC might not be as well known locally as Alienware or Aftershock. The company plans to change that with the local release of the EON15-X and EON17-X gaming notebooks. What makes these machines so special and why should you care?