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Google working on its own gaming console, controller design appears online

There has been talk of Google releasing its own gaming console since as far back as 2013. Over the years, these rumours have been consistent and Google has confirmed plans to enter the gaming market with acquisitions of studios and the public testing of a new streaming service. It looks like we are now closer than ever to seeing Google's own gaming hardware too, with the controller design being revealed over the weekend.

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Leo Says Ep. 38 – GTX 1660 Ti, DLSS, 16in MacBook Pro, and USB alphabet spaghetti

Today Leo returns with another episode of Leo Says. As always, our grumpy hero has a lot to discuss, touching first on GTX 1660 Ti and its distinct lack of RTX features. He also mentions DLSS and its limitations as explored by HARDWARE UNBOXED, while there is also news of a new 16in MacBook Pro and an overview of some announcements made at MWC 2019. You can also bet that Leo has a lot to say about the new USB naming conventions, too...

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Leo Says 37: Honest Reviews, The Verge VOX takedown BitWit, W3175X, ROG Dominus, AMD profits!

Leo is back after a brief hiatus and this week he has a lot of topics to discuss. He discusses the post I made a few weeks ago as well as VOX Media taking on BitWit for a takedown on their 'build a PC video' from months ago. It failed. Leo also discusses Intel's new W3175X £3,000 processor, the ROG Dominus motherboard, G.Skill's new high capacity memory kits and many other topics. It's a good video, even by LEO's standards.

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Anthem PC – First Look!

Last weekend I gave the Anthem Demo a go only a few weeks away from their unfortunate VIP demo connectivity and bug issues I was a little more than cautiously optimistic about the experience. EA revealed a rather confusing release schedule matrix, but the full version of Anthem will be released for Origin Access Premier subscribers from the 15th of February, The rest of us get to play it on the 22nd.

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No custom Radeon VII at launch, AMD say partners free to make them

As we prepare for our Radeon VII launch review and video, we spoke with partners today about getting hold of custom versions of cards for follow up reviews. Every AMD partner we have spoken to at this point has told us that they will not be releasing custom versions of the Radeon VII, with one partner even indicating that AMD have restricted the releases to strictly reference BBA cards.

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