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Lian Li releases Galahad II Trinity AIO CPU coolers

Lian Li is updating its AIO lineup with the Galahad II Trinity series. Available in three variants, the Galahad II Trinity is available in 240mm and 360mm sizes, while the Galahad II Trinity SL-INF is available in 240mm and 360mm sizes with pre-installed Uni Fan SL Infinity fans. The Galahad …

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AMD Strix Point APU with 12 cores spotted in benchmark database

MilkyWay@Home, a distributed computing platform, has become a popular tool for AMD engineers to swiftly test unreleased technology. That has led to various spottings throughout the last few years, allowing enthusiasts to find entries for unreleased products. The new MilkyWay@Home entry shared by @Benchleaks, focuses on AMD's upcoming Strix Point …

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Ubisoft will delete your account and games if you forget to sign in for too long

The age of digital gaming has brought along plenty of benefits, mainly quicker access to new games as well as saving space in the home. However, it also means that in many cases, we are beholden to the digital platform provider and their terms of service. Ubisoft recently confirmed that it will delete user accounts, as well as their purchased games if a user doesn't log in for a period of time. 

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Razer introduces the BlackWidow V4 and V4 X keyboards

After releasing the BlackWidow V4 Pro earlier this year, Razer is expanding the BlackWidow V4 series lineup with two other keyboards – the standard Razer BlackWidow V4 and the BlackWidow V4 X. The BlackWidow V4 and V4 X use Razer's proprietary Gen-3 mechanical switches designed to provide superior control to …

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Viewfinder, Techtonica and more head to GeForce Now

GeForce Now is updating its library again this week, bringing four more games to the service. Aside from the four extra games, three of which are brand-new releases, Nvidia has also announced a partnership with Guild Wars 2, granting GFN members with some in-game benefits.  One of the most interesting …

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