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Nvidia unveils powerful GTX TITAN-Z & other computing announcements

Mar 28 2014 add comment

Earlier this week, Nvidia announced their newest top-of-the-line GeForce consumer graphics card: the GTX TITAN-Z. Targeted at gamers and buyers where money is not an object, the $2,999 USD card sports a monstrous 12GB of memory, a single-fan industrial design similar to Nvidia’s other top-tier reference cards and packs dual GK110 chips to achieve a total core count of 5,760.
The card takes up 3 expansion slots, though the picture makes it look a lot like a 2 slot card, and […]

Valve teases this week’s update for Counter-Strike Global Offensive: Silencers and prize pools

More posts about Aug 12 2013 add comment

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive turns one year old next week. The modern-day successor to the original Counter-Strike, which started out as a Half-Life mod, brought in modernized graphics and tweaked gameplay to the table. In the past year, Valve has released countless updates on the PC platform to continuously bring in new content (notably new official maps and Steam Workshop for CS:GO), tweak gameplay based on feedback from playerbase and professional players and improve on features to make the game more […]

AMD to launch ‘Volcanic Islands’ GPUs in September, 3DMark performance uncovered

Aug 10 2013 add comment

AMD has new graphics cards and GPU products, under the codename Volcanic Islands, set to launch next month. After about a year and a half since their successful Radeon HD7000 series made its debut, AMD is scheduled to launch their new Volcanic Islands series products in Hawaii on September 25, 2013. A new naming convention (supposedly easier for consumers to understand) is said to make an appearance with these new graphics cards.

Valve holds the great Portal weekend sale once again

More posts about , Apr 19 2013 add comment

If you’ve been looking to pick up Valve’s famous puzzle-solving game, the two Portal games are on sale again this weekend on Steam. It’s not the first time we’ve seen this sale, but for over the past year, Valve’s Portal promotions have always taken 75% off every time. So short of them giving away the game for free, it’s safe to assume these sale prices are the lowest they’ll go.

Indie game Starbound available for pre-order

More posts about Apr 13 2013 add comment


The long awaited indie sandbox РStarbound, is now available for pre-order via the official website. The game, which shows huge similarities to the successful indie title Terraria, is expected to have a 2013 release.
Currently there are several tiers at which you can purchase the game – the lowest price being $15 (which includes: a copy of Starbound, a Steam key, a beta invite and the official soundtrack) and the highest going all the way up […]

Best of BioShock Infinite Elizabeth gallery (Extra large wallpapers)

More posts about Apr 4 2013 add comment

We’ve put together a huge gallery of extra large wallpaper-sized (2560×1440) images of BioShock’s Elizabeth. It’s been a week since BioShock Infinite was released and reviewed, and the game has been incredibly well received by gamers and publications across the globe. One of BioShock Infinite’s biggest assets is Elizabeth, the girl you rescue while you play as Booker DeWitt. Elizabeth is a computer-controlled character who accompanies you throughout most of the game after you rescue her; but she isn’t […]

Battlefield 4 interview: DICE general manager expresses EA Digital Illusion’s interest in eSports

More posts about Apr 2 2013 add comment

Will we see Battlefield 4 at future tournaments and competitive gaming leagues? There seems to be a hint of it as an interview with DICE general manager, Karl Magnus Troedsson, mentions Electronic Arts is ‘very interested’ in eSports in relation to Battlefield 4 when the game was announced at GDC 2013 last week. During the interview, Troedsson glossed over several aspects about Battlefield 4, including its multiplayer component as he called it “a very competitive part of the game […]

Xbox website suggests October 29 release for Battlefield 4

More posts about Apr 2 2013 add comment

First spotted by AGB, the post on Xbox.com stated that Battlefield 4 “will arrive on the Xbox 360 on October 29, 2013”. The 17-minute gameplay footage that was released last week claimed that the sequel would be available in fall 2013.
An EA rep responded to CVG earlier today, saying, “We have not announced a ship date for Battlefield 4. Stay tuned to Battlefield.com for the official release date when it is announced.”
If this rumor is true, gamers […]

BioShock Infinite for PC gets benchmarked

More posts about Mar 29 2013 add comment

BioShock Infinite looks pretty amazing as a whole. The game is powered by Unreal Engine and, while it doesn’t have bleeding edge graphics, BioShock Infinite does a good job at setting great ambience with detailed environments.
European laptop review website, Notebook Check, has posted benchmarks for the PC version of BioShock Infinite. They start with a brief introduction about gameplay and the world of Columbia, citing that the game looks good in general but textures aren’t really […]

EA unveils Battlefield 4 with first trailer and screenshots

More posts about Mar 27 2013 add comment

During the Game Developers Conference, Electronic Arts revealed its popular first-person shooter, Battlefield 4. This new trailer features pretty much everything you’d expect from a military FPS game – explosions, falling buildings, running soldiers, near-death moments, and, oh… explosions! The graphics look breathtakingly beautiful as usual, thanks to the new game engine Frostbite 3. As for the faces, the engine blurs the lines between reality and simple facial animation.
Battlefield 4 is said to be more ‘open-world’ with players having the […]

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