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Samsung Densifies M.2 SSDs With PoP Controller, Forges Ahead With New Spec
Samsung unveiled its new package on package (PoP) design for its Polaris SSD controllers. PoP designs, which combine the memory and the logic into one discrete (but still separate) package, allow the company to squeeze more NAND onto the M.2 form factor.
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What about the snap and crackle they are installing in their newest products.
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Virtual Reality Meet Gambling: Perspectives From Both Sides Of The Casino Industry
Gamblit Gaming and Phosphor Games turned "The Brookhaven Experiment" into a gambling game, and they are looking for casinos willing to host the attraction. We spoke with Gamblit Gaming, Phosphor Games, and a casino industry insider about the concept.
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The New EVGA 1080, 1070 GTX Hybrid Cards Are 'Cool' - EVGA released its latest GTX 1080 and 1070 graphics cards, featuring the company’s Hybrid cooling solution. These new water-cooled GPUs are both among the fastest-clocked versions of the GTX 1080 and 1070 EVGA has to offer.
EVGA released its latest GTX 1080 and 1070 graphics cards, featuring the company’s Hybrid cooling solution. These new water-cooled GPUs are both among the fastest-clocked versions of the GTX 1080 and 1070 EVGA has to offer.
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Best CPUs - Here are the best gaming CPUs for the money. These processors offer the best performance at their price and are suitable for overclocking.
Here are the best gaming CPUs for the money. These processors offer the best performance at their price and are suitable for overclocking.
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Oculus Remains Silent After Community, Dev Backlash Over Luckey Funding Anti-Hillary Memes
Amidst the news of Oculus' Founder, Palmer Luckey, backing an anti-Hillary non-profit, some developers are distancing themselves from the Oculus platform.
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Zuckerberg, Oculus owner, always promoted Mrs. Clinton. This is yet another show of Zuckerberg approach to diversity of opinion on the workplace.
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Mixed Reality Minigun Madness! Croteam Showing Off 'Serious Sam VR' With Working Minigun Accessory
Croteam is ramping up its marketing campaign for the upcoming VR installment of its not-so-serious game series. The developer brought working lighthouse-tracked minigun props to EGX to help showcase "Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope."
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Latest 'Mafia III' Gameplay Video Shows Infiltration, Firefights
Take a 16-minute break and watch some new footage from the upcoming "Mafia III" game.
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W3C Responds To WHATWG’s Demand For Legal Protection For EME Security Researchers
W3C responded to WHATWG's demand for a legal agreement that would protect security researchers from lawsuits when studying EME implementations. The W3C said it supports research and security audits, but it can't guarantee legal protection.
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Kingston SSDNow UV400 480GB SSD Review - As the name suggests, Kingston's UV series brings the ultra value. The new UV400 should be a very popular product for value-focused shoppers because Kingston designed it to provide high capacity flash-based storage on a beggar's budget.
As the name suggests, Kingston's UV series brings the ultra value. The new UV400 should be a very popular product for value-focused shoppers because Kingston designed it to provide high capacity flash-based storage on a beggar's budget.
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Fall 2016 PC Games Preview - Looking for a game to play in the next few months? Take a look at some of the titles that are coming out between now and early December.
Looking for a game to play in the next few months? Take a look at some of the titles that are coming out between now and early December.
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W3C Refuses To Protect Security Researchers Studying DRM-Enabling Web Extension, Claims WHATWG
WHATWG and the EFF renew calls on the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to require companies to sign an agreement not to sue security researchers studying vulnerabilities in web DRM schemes.
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Asus Preps Its G11 Gaming Desktops For VR With GTX 10-Series GPUs
Asus announced that its G11 gaming desktop line has been updated with new Nvidia Pascal 10-series graphics cards in support of VR gaming.
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I am long since passed believing manufacturers claims about their hardware. It's got the latest in VR technology. Has it though? How well implemented is it?

Then there is the fact that the devs who will be creating the games for VR don't give a shit about pc. There isn't enough money in it. As soon as the next gen consoles drop. I am done with spending 4-5 grand on a gaming pc.

Which is about what my last build cost.

Only to buy the latest triple a titles and instead of getting a game that runs well on my 4-5 grand worth of hardware I end up with a horrendously optimized pc port. I wouldn't expect VR to be any different. As an example deus ex mankind divided has now been patched 7 times since release...... Peace out.
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