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Gaming PC Build â AMD Ryzen 5 Gaming PC
by Dakota B. Johnson [ Tuesday, 18th of April 2017 - 01:00 PM ]
Gaming We like to help everyone when it comes to gaming. It is time for a new gaming PC build from us showcasing Ryzen 5 1600X 6-Core I haven’t really written a gaming PC build in a while due to the stagnation in the marketplace. All that has changed with the release of AMD’s Ryzen CPU's. Vega will be released in the coming months as a refresher to their 400 series of graphics cards. I am more of an NVidia guy than a team red player, but AMD has done some terrific things with making 1080p, and VR gaming accessible at lower price points than ever. You can get a 460 for around $100 or less and play games like DOTA 2 pushing 60 fps. Read More...
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Square Enix's Witch Chapter 0 Shows How Future Final Fantasy Could Look
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 1st of May 2015 - 05:03 PM ]
During the Microsoft Build Developer Conference Square Enix showed of their Witch Chapter 0 to show the power of DirectX 12 There is no doubt that Square Enix has always been on the leading side of computer graphics and rendering in the gaming world but with their most recent tech demo Witch Chapter 0 [cry] they were able to show off where we can expect to see our next games to go from them. During the Microsoft Build Developer Conference this week showed off said tech demo to show how DirectX 12 can be used to do some truly amazing things visually. In the case of their Witch Chapter 0 [cry] demo it showed how we could get some of the best real-time CG rendering that has been able to pull off a damn impressive CG version of someone crying. Read More...
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