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NVIDIA is promising a big performance improvement along with new features in its new Gamescom Game Ready Driver, which was released this morning. Probably the most exciting benefit for gamers comes in the performance uplift, which specifically targets Apex Legends, Battlefield V, Forza Horizon 4, Strange Brigade, and World War Z. NVIDIA says that its driver optimizations allow for a performance boost of up to 23 percent in the aforementioned titles compared to previous Game Ready Driver releases. Apex Legends sees the most significant increase at 1080p resolution on the GeForce RTX 2080 Super (the quoted 23 percent uplift), while the GeForce RTX 2060 Super sees a nearly 20 percent uplift at 1440p... Read more...
Dell has just unveiled a rather intriguing new desktop that is incredibly modular in design. Meet the OptiPlex 7070 Ultra, which manages to house a fully functioning PC within its display stand in a zero-footprint design. Dell is billing this hybrid all-in-one as the "world's most flexible commercial desktop". So, why is Dell making this claim? For starters, both the display and the PC can be upgraded independently of one another. Up to three displays are supported with the system and they all can be swapped out at will. That also means that if for some unfortunate reason that you need to switch out a defective display, it's a simple affair that doesn't result in you having to ship the entire... Read more...
With Gamescom 2019 now underway, Dell is delivering the PC gaming goods with a bevy of new products including desktop PCs and high-end gaming monitors. Leading the way is the new enthusiast-class Alienware Aurora R9 gaming desktop. The Aurora R9 brings the new Legend industrial design to the desktop sector, having debuted originally with the redesigned Area-51m gaming laptop. The Aurora R9 is available exclusively with Intel processors topping out with a Core i9-9900K residing on an Intel Z390-based Micro ATX motherboard. Up to 64GB of DDR4-3200 memory is supported. PCIe NVMe SSDs up to 2TB in size can be optioned, and the system supports a range of graphics options including the AMD Radeon... Read more...
HyperX is kicking it up a notch with a new family of Fury DDR4 RGB memory modules that are supported on both the latest Intel and AMD Zen 2 CPU platforms. HyperX boasts Plug N Play functionality with automatic overclocking and XMP-ready profiles for optimizing the memory performance on Intel systems. The Fury DDR4 RGB modules support latencies of CL15 or CL16 (depending on capacity) in single, dual, or quad module kits. Dual module kits are available in capacities of 16GB or 32GB, while quad module kits are available in 32GB or 64GB capacities. Memory speeds as low as 2400MHz are supported and officially rated at up to 3466MHz. HyperX guarantees the 3466MHz speed rating and backs all of the modules... Read more...