AMD’s Radeon VII in the hands of reviewers

Updated: February 5th, 2019Author: BrantonCategory: Gaming & NewsLeave a Comment

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AMD’s newest flagship graphics card, the Radeon VII, has finally hit the hands of reviewers amid a swarm of unboxing videos… Whoopie, everyone’s favorite… Early results show it keeping up with Nvidia’s 2-year old GTX 1080 Ti as well as being on par with their new RTX 2080. However, no … Read More

Anthem’s release schedule isn’t that strange

Updated: February 1st, 2019Author: BrantonCategory: Gaming & NewsLeave a Comment

There’s a lot of outrage, but most of it is sensationalized click-bait. Let’s break down what the Anthem release schedule says before we get too angry and break out the pitchforks and torches. On February 1st, everyone who preordered Anthem, or is subscribed to one of the various levels of … Read More

Radeon VII trades blows with the RTX 2080

Updated: January 31st, 2019Author: BrantonCategory: Gaming & News1 Comment

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In some recently leaked benchmarks, AMD’s new powerhouse theĀ 7nm Radeon VII is shown as beating Nvidia’s RTX 2080 in certain scenarios… And losing to the RTX 2070 (and lesser cards) in others. Let’s take a look! According to leaked synthetic benchmarks pulled from 3DMark’s Fire Strike 1.1, a “Generic VGA(x1)” … Read More

GTX 1660 Ti rumors confirmed by EEC filings

Updated: January 31st, 2019Author: BrantonCategory: Gaming & NewsLeave a Comment

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More Turing-based graphics cards are on their way. When they’ll drop is up to speculation, but we now have confirmation of the GTX 1660 Ti’s existence, if nothing else. Companies like MSI and Gigabyte have recently filed with the EEC to announce upcoming releases. In those filings, (here’s MSI’s) we … Read More

Epic Games to launch their own game store

Updated: December 11th, 2018Author: BrantonCategory: Gaming & NewsLeave a Comment

Epic Games, makers of Fortnite and the Unreal Engine, have recently unveiled plans to launch their own game store. TheirĀ plan? To compete against the likes of Valve and Google. The most appealing feature should be the lower commission they’ll take from developers. Compared to Steam’s 30-35% commission, Epic Games only … Read More