Weekly Roundup – Top 10 posts of the week
This week saw Microsoft announcing their official update for Windows 10, followed by a news that it has blocked the update on Intel 6th gen processer due to some audio driver issues. Monster Hunter World worked to enhance the female characters in an attempt to make them more appealing.
Read this and all other top 10 posts of the week.
RUMOR: AMD Zen 2 Samples Already In RTG Labs, Has 8 Cores, 16 Threads and Clocks Rated Up To 4.5 GHz
With the reveal of AMD’s next-generation Zen 2 CPU core soon approaching, the latest rumors have revealed that Radeon Technologies Group already received one sample for optimizations.
AMD is taking a really bold step by announcing theirs and the world’s first 7nm products at the very beginning of the new year at CES 2019.
A new Monster Hunter World PC mod has been released which enhances the ‘shapes’ of various female character models to be even more appealing.
Windows 10 October 2018 Update is already here, surprising those signed up with the Release Preview ring.
Microsoft has now confirmed at least one compatibility issue with a “range of Intel Display Audio device drivers” that could result in “excessive processor demand and reduced battery life.”
The packaging of Intel’s upcoming 9th generation processors has leaked out and it is, well, very bright.
Latest Google Play Store Version Is Out [Download APK v8.3.43]
After releasing Play Store version 8.3.42 last week, Google has now released another version, hopefully bringing something exciting.
Upcoming WoW: Battle for Azeroth Patch to Buff Shadow Priests, Feral Druids, Fire Mages, Shamans, Prot Warriors, and Demo Locks
Blizzard is planning to release a new World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth patch which will buff various class specs, including Shadow Priests, Feral Druids, Fire Mages, Protection Warriors and Demonology Warlocks.
Among the new quality of life improvements are wheel menus, mini-map and Friend UI improvements.
The final drivers are ready from both camps and Forza Horizon 4 is out!
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