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Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week, Allegedly a Live image of Galaxy S10 tops the list

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In this week, among our regular Hardware and Gaming posts, an article about spotting Live image of Galaxy S10 was most read.

Here are our top posts of the week.

AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Custom Models From ASUS Leak Out, Include TUF Gaming & Dual Graphics Cards

Galaxy S10 Live Image Allegedly Surfaces From South Korean Subway

Samsung is rumored to introduce several changes on next year’s Galaxy S10 smartphones. The most striking of these changes will be a new display, dubbed as ‘Infinity-O’.


 

Blizzard Enables 14-Year Old World of Warcraft Potion that Allows Players to Understand the Opposing Faction

Blizzard has seemingly enabled an ancient World of Warcraft potion that allows players to understand the opposing faction in chat.

NVIDIA GeForce Resizable BAR Tested With EVGA RTX 3060 XC Black


 

NVIDIA Titan RTX 3DMark Performance Unveiled – Scores Over 40,000 Graphics Points in Firestrike When Overclocked Under Watercooling

Since its announcement, there has been no official performance data available but with consumers getting their hands on their new, ultra-expensive purchase, we get to see the first performance results in the 3DMark benchmark.


 

NVIDIA Allegedly Launching GeForce RTX 2060 and GeForce GTX 1160 in January

It looks like NVIDIA is planning to offer mainstream and entry-level graphics cards in both GeForce RTX and GeForce GTX options.


 

Heavily Overclocked RTX 2080 Ti Averages 51.25 FPS with 3DMark Port Royal Raytracing Benchmark; Pricing and Release Date Announced

The 3DMark Port Royal benchmark will be the first one dedicated to raytracing once it lands on January 8th, 2019.


 

Intel’s Flagship HEDT Processor, The 28 Core Xeon W-3175X Listed Online – Could End Up Costing Around $4000 US

Intel’s flagship Xeon W-3175X processor which will be featuring 28 cores has been listed by online retailers.


 

Cloud Focused ‘Streaming Xbox’ May Be Powered by Semi-Custom AMD Picasso APU

In late July, two different reports from reputable sources (Thurrott and The Verge) suggested that a next-generation ‘streaming Xbox’ is in development at Microsoft. This would be a low-powered device designed specifically to be used in conjunction with the cloud gaming platform


 

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