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Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week

Dec 30, 2018
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This week in our weekly roundup, NVIDIA occupied top posts in the list.

Read the all top posts of the week below.

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AMD Will Be Launching The Ryzen 3000 Series CPUs, APUs And A Radeon GPU At CES

AMD will be launching 3 classes of product at their CES keynote: the Ryzen 3000 Series CPUs, Ryzen 3000 Series (APUs?) with Vega Graphics and a consumer Radeon graphics card.


 

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q Performance Leaks Out – Faster Than A Desktop-Grade Radeon RX Vega 64 Graphics Card

The first performance numbers of NVIDIA’s upcoming Max-Q design GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card have leaked out.

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Strategic Decisions at Blizzard Now Being Driven by the Finance Group, According to Report

A new report published on Kotaku expanded on previous claims from inside sources that Blizzard had been cutting development costs.


 

‘Real’ Galaxy S10 Case Confirms A New Rear Camera Setup

One major upgrade that we’re expecting for the Galaxy S10 lineup, and one that often gets overlooked due to Samsung’s Infinity-O display panels, will relate to the smartphones’ rear camera.


 

NVIDIA’s Alleged GeForce GTX 2050 / GTX 1150 Graphics Card Specs Leak Out – Could Feature 896 CUDA Cores

NVIDIA has completed their high-end GeForce RTX 20 series lineup and will now transition their Turing architecture into the more budget oriented and mainstream cards.


 

NVIDIA Rolls Out Holiday Gift for Pascal Cards Owners – OC Scanner Now Available in MSI Afterburner

. The company finally made good on its promise and rolled out a new version of the OC Scanner API with support for the previous generation of graphics cards (it was previously only available on RTX cards).


 

GTA Online 2018 Festive Calendar Released – New Modes, Vehicles, In-Game Discounts and More

GTA Online is getting all sorts of Christmas themed in-game events this year and players who log in are also in for new modes, discounts and freebies.


 

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