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The RTX 4090 may boost to over 2.5GHz

The rumoured specifications of the RTX 4090, RTX 4080 and RTX 4070 have received an update. Besides adding clock frequency details to the RTX 4090, there are other changes in the specifications, including GDDR6X memory on the RTX 4080.  Prominent leaker kopite7kimi has recently posted an update to the rumoured …

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Intel Z790 motherboards to be announced by late August

As we know, Intel is gearing up to launch its 13th Gen Core “Raptor Lake” processors in the second half of this year and as usual, that also means new motherboards. According to reports this week, 700-series motherboards will be announced by the end of August.  According to Moore's Law …

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Nvidia officially launches GeForce GTX 1630

Following on from recent leaks, Nvidia has officially announced the GTX 1630. The new entry-level GPU is already available in numerous designs from board partners, but early pricing leaves a lot to be desired.  Nvidia's announcement confirmed most of the rumours we've been sharing. The new graphics cards will be …

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PS1’s Pac-Man World is getting a remake this year

If you've been longing for a new Pac-Man game, you'll be pleased to know that Bandai Namco will be remaking PS1's Pac-Man World for PC and consoles. Pac-Man World Re-Pac will modernise the classic game with improved visuals and intuitive gameplay.  The developer states the remake will be a “modernised …

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Valve engineer warns against Steam Deck SSD mod

Officially, Steam Deck only supports M.2 2230 SSDs, but modders have found a way to use 2242 form factor SSDs inside the portable console. This increases the variety of SSDs you can mount on the console and the storage, as 2242 SSDs tend to come with more. However, modding the console to support such SSDs will shorten its lifespan, according to a Valve engineer.

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Intel reveals Arc A700M GPU benchmark results

The Intel Arc A700 mobile GPUs have not yet released in the west, but they have become available in China recently. Intel shared its own benchmark results, showing A730M and A770M performance in 17 games, complete with comparisons to Nvidia’s equivalent  GPUs.  The results were first shared by Tom's Hardware, …

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