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Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week

Mar 17, 2019
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Exclusive: AMD’s 7nm Navi GPU Will Launch Roughly A Month After Ryzen 3000

Some rumors previously had suggested an October launch, but as of now, AMD is telling its partners to expect the launch exactly a month after the Ryzen 7nm launch.

Related March 2019 NPD: Nintendo Switch Best-Selling Platform Across 1st Quarter and Outsells PS4 and Xbox in March


 

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Reportedly Features Turing GPU With 1408 CUDA Cores, 6 GB VRAM, $220 US Price

NVIDIA is soon going to introduce their latest GeForce 1660 graphics card which aims the sub $250 US price range.


 

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NetherRealm Boss Teases ‘Pretty Awesome’ Features Planned to be Added to MK11 Shortly After Launch

NetherRealm is in the polishing phase of Mortal Kombat 11, the highly anticipated new installment in the fighting game franchise.


 

Apex Legends Battle Pass Price and Other Details Leaked by Origin

When will players finally be able to get their hands on Apex Legends’ first battle pass?


 

Are You Still Holding on to Windows 7?

Released in the summer of 2015, Windows 10 is Microsoft’s latest desktop operating system that transformed the company’s OS efforts with a Windows-as-a-Service model.


 

Intel Cascade Lake CPUs Launching In April, Cascade Lake-X To Follow At Computex 2019

One of the biggest hardware events is drawing closer and closer and the rumor mill has started churning out its standard supply of leaks.


 

Crytek Demos Noir, a CRYENGINE Based Real-Time Raytracing Demo on AMD Radeon RX Vega – Can Run on Most Mainstream, Contemporary AMD and NVIDIA GPUs

Crytek has showcased a new real-time raytracing demo which is said to run on most mainstream, contemporary GPUs from NVIDIA and AMD.


 

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