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Telltale Remember
22 Sep

Telltale has final story to tell in wake of layoff

The creators of The Walking Dead, Wolf Among Us, Tales from the Borderlands and many other episodic adventure games, Telltale released news of eventual closing and layoff of 250 employees.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX
21 Aug

NVIDIA Reveals RTX Series Graphics Cards

NVIDIA has finally broken the silence and revealed their new RTX Turing 2080 Ti, 2080, and 2070 graphics cards at GameCom 2018. New reference design same founder price premiums!

Threadripper Second Generation
13 Aug

AMD Threadripper 2nd Generation Release

AMD releases another milestone in the high-end desktop (HEDT) market pushing cores to 32 and threads to 64 with their Threadripper 2 2990WX, 2970WX, 2950X and 2920X processors.

Intel 9th Generation Coffee Lake Refresh
03 Jul

Intel Reveals 9th Generation Coffee Lake Refresh

Intel releases specification information for 9th Generation Coffee Lake refresh. We dug through the specifications document to pull the details of each mainstream desktop processor.

Intel Spectre Hardening Microcode
03 Jul

Intel Releases Spectre Hardening Microcode Update

On the heels of additional Spectre and Meltdown based exploits, Intel releases new microcode hardening information dating back to first Intel Core series Westmere.

ASRock Phantom Gaming Vega 64
03 Jul

ASRock Launches RX Vega Graphics Cards

As the market becomes flooded with graphics cards (GPUs), we get additional options with the high quality ASRock RX Vega 64 and RX Vega 56 reference cards. This should help further stabilize the pricing and allow gamers to pickup Vega series cards closer to MSRP.

Vega 56 Nano
23 Jun

PowerColor Launches AMD RX Vega 56 Nano

PowerColor has taken the Vega series a step further with the launch of Vega 56 Nano Edition. Looking to make the most of your mITX build, Powercolor has you covered!

DDR4 Memory
22 Jun

Samsung, Micro, and Hynix class action lawsuit over memory price fixing

Due to artificial price fixing and lowered production, Samsung, Micron, and Hynix are being pulled into another class action lawsuit.

Brian Krzanich
21 Jun

Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich Resigns

Early this morning, Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich resigns from allegations of non-fraternization policy violations.

E3 2018
16 Jun

E3 2018: Most Anticipated and Breakdown

Didn't get to watch or participate at E3 in 2018? Don't worry, we have you covered with highlights and some screenshots of the game reveals everybody is talking about!