Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week

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The past week we had some good topics to cover from CES2019 and few made in our top posts of the week. But, it seems like most of you out there wanted to disable reserve storage for Windows update hence a tutorial related to that was in our top 5 of the week.

Read below for the top posts of the week.

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Don’t Want Microsoft to Reserve 7GB for Windows Updates? Here’s How to Disable It

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AMD CEO: Ray Tracing Is an Important Technology We’re Working on

AMD CEO Lisa Su hosted the company’s CES 2019 conference a few days ago. She announced the new Radeon VII GPU, due on the market next month.


Blizzard Responds to WoW Classic Development Community Questions; Says “Complicated” Development is “Definitely Moving Along”

Blizzard community manager Ythisens has responded to questions from the World of Warcraft community about the development of WoW Classic.


Dragon Ball Z Action Role-Playing Game, New Dragon Ball FighterZ Character Teased

The Dragon Ball Z Project Z action role-playing game is going to be unveiled next week.


AMD: Radeon VII Has Excellent Results with DirectML; We Could Try a GPGPU Approach for Something NVIDIA DLSS-like

One of the jabs directed by NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang to the AMD Radeon VII reveal at CES 2019 is that the upcoming GPU doesn’t have any hardware support for raytracing or AI-based super-sampling like DLSS, unlike the NVIDIA RTX line of graphics cards.


Skyrim Together Co-Op Mod Entering Closed Beta Soon

Skyrim Together is only the latest in a seemingly unending series of mods for Bethesda’s epic fantasy roleplaying game set in the Elder Scrolls universe, but it’s also arguably the most anticipated.


NVIDIA CEO: GeForce Now Has Hundreds of Thousands of CCUs, But Cloud Will Never Replace PC; There’s No Need for a New Portable Shield

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