Weekly Roundup – Top Posts For The First Week of 2019

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The first review of the year 2019 is here, and we look at the most read posts in the past week. This week was full of rumors and leaks.

Weekly Roundup – Here Are Our Top Posts For The First Week of 2019

AMD Zen 2 Based Ryzen 3000 Series Desktop CPUs Listed Online

The first listing of AMD’s next-generation Ryzen 3000 series processors based on the Zen 2 core architecture has been spotted online.

nvidia-shield-zeldaRelated Zelda Twilight Princess On NVIDIA Shield Received Impressive Graphical Update Through Deep Learning


NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Launching at $349 US on 15th January

Just like we mentioned before, the RTX 2060 will be an entry level Turing Ray Tracing GPU option aimed at the mainstream market and is aiming to become the most popular Turing option amongst gamers.

p1020427Related AMD Radeon Vega VII Rumored To Have Less Than 5000 Units Made – Confirmed To Feature 64 ROPs, Botched FP64 Compute Compared To Instinct Mi50


The NVIDIA Titan V Can Achieve Surprisingly High Frame Rates with Ray Tracing Enabled in Battlefield V

This isn’t that surprising, especially when you consider that the Titan V was used by game developers to test ray tracing before the availability of the RTX Turing GPUs.


Kingdom Hearts 3 Engine Switch Was Decided by ‘Higher-Ups’ Rather Than Developers, Says Nomura

Kingdom Hearts 3 is due to be released at the end of January, after a really long development period.


The Witcher 3 Switch is Being Listed by a Major French Wholesaler

CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has been listed for a release on the Nintendo Switch by a major French wholesaler


Testing NVIDIA OC Scanner on Pascal Based GeForce GTX 1080

This is a welcome feature for those who would love to get just a bit more out of their cards, but are a bit gun shy about doing the work themselves.


PlayStation 4 Surpassed 90 Million Units Sold While Nintendo Switch Broke 25 Million Units

The two most popular consoles of this generation, Sony’s PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch, might have recently broken important new milestones.


 

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