Our top posts of the week are as below.
Intel’s Quartz Canyon NUC Supports 8 Core Xeon E or 9th Gen Core i7 CPUs, High-End Desktop Graphics Cards In A Small Form Factor Design
The soon to launch NUCs would be powered by Intel’s top of the line Xeon E and 9th Gen Core i7 CPUs along with support for high-end desktop graphics cards.
Very little is currently known about the PlayStation 5 console, as already mentioned. The console’s CPU will be based on the third generation of AMD’s Ryzen Line and the GPU will support ray tracing.
Blizzard is expecting extended queues on select WoW Classic realms due to extremely high demand and is already opening new servers.
Intel Phantom Canyon NUC With Tiger Lake-U 10nm+ CPUs Arrives in 2021 – Up To 28W CPUs, PCIe Gen 4 and Discrete GPUs
From the looks of it, the Phantom Canyon NUC lineup would consist of at least two variants, each supporting a select line of processors.
Two additional difficulty modes are coming to Fire Emblem Three Houses, and they promise to be extremely challenging.
The Radeon RX 5700 series uplifted AMD by bringing a modern architecture design and moving away from their GCN design.
Halo Infinite Will Offer a Bigger Set of Gameplay Scenarios and a Bigger Universe to Explore, Says Head of Xbox Studios
Head of Xbox Game Studios Matt Booty recently spoke on the Game Informer show to provide a few more tidbits about Halo Infinite which are sure to leave fans speculating.