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Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week

Jan 27, 2019
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We are back with another round of top posts of the week, where we highlight the most read news during the last week.

Read below for the top posts of the week.

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Next Xbox To Feature Ray Tracing, 1TB NVMe SSD Storage; DevKit To Release After GDC 2019 – Rumor

In the past few days, a rumor regarding the next Xbox console and Microsoft’s plans for the next console generation started circulating online.


 

NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti Benchmark Leaked, 20% Faster Than 1060 – Launching Next Month

NVIDIA is allegedly getting ready to introduce two brand new GeForce gaming graphics cards next month, the GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1660.

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New Monster Hunter World Update 5.1 Arrives Tomorrow; Adds Ultrawide 21:9 Support Alongside Design Changes and Fixes

Monster Hunter World is available now globally for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


 

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Turing Graphics Card Teased In Official Presentation – GeForce GTX 1660 & GTX 1660 Ti Turing GPUs Without Ray Tracing Coming To Market Soon

In an official presentation, NVIDIA has revealed their upcoming Turing GPUs which will be part of the new GeForce GTX Turing family of graphics cards.


 

Four AMD Navi GPU Variants Leaked, Rumored For July 2019 Launch

AMD is getting ready to launch four Radeon Navi 7nm GPU variants later this year.


 

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 and 1660 Ti Memory, Clock Speeds and More

You are going to be reading a collaborative effort of leaks containing information from my own sources as well as information that has appeared on the internet before – in which case the credit has been given to the respective sources


 

Red Dead Redemption PC Runs Even Better on New Xenia Xbox 360 Version; Vegetation Issues Fixed

A new version of the Xenia Xbox 360 emulator has again improved the performance of Red Dead Redemption PC.


 

WoW Classic Team Talks Difficulty, Differences, Dev Challenges & More; Says Classic Isn’t Intended to Compete with Modern WoW

Developers Brian Birmingham and Omar Gonzalez from Blizzard’s WoW Classic team sat down with German website Computer Bild to talk about Blizzard’s upcoming vanilla server option.


 

 

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