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DOOM will be getting SLI support soon

Just as the Vulkan API isn’t currently implemented into DOOM (2016) in the public build, SLI support is also missing at the moment. This is unfortunate for those with high-end multi-GPU PCs built to power the latest titles at 4K/UHD resolutions but support is on the way, according to one …

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Aorus launches X7 and X5S gaming laptops

Aorus has been making quite the name for itself in the gaming notebook space and today, it is expanding its range with the X7 and X5S, bringing raw power in an extremely slim design with Intel Skylake processors, Nvidia graphics and the option for a 4K UHD display. The X5S …

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Windows Store games come with some pretty big limitations

Microsoft is attempting to crack into PC gaming once again this year with a big push for new games coming to the Windows 10 app store. However, there are some problems with that as it turns out that Windows Store games come with some pretty big limitations, with games like …

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Nvidia gets first samples of GP100 from TSMC, begins internal tests

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. has successfully produced the first samples of Nvidia Corp.’s code-named GP100 graphics processing unit. Nvidia has already started to test the chip internally and should be on-track to release the GPU commercially in mid-2016. 3DCenter reports that Nvidia has sent the first graphics cards based on the …

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Nvidia changes roadmap: ‘Volta’ is now due in 2018

Nvidia Corp. has slightly changed its roadmap concerning GPU architectures. As it appear, its next-gen GPUs code-named “Pascal” are now due in 2016, whereas their successors will be released only in 2018. Based on a new roadmap that Nvidia showcased at a tech conference in Japan, the company will release its …

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Jen-Hsun Huang: Every newborn human will be a gamer

Just 50 years ago the number of people, who played video games, was less than a hundred on the planet. Nowadays hundreds of millions of people play games on various devices from smartphones to premium PCs built by boutique PC makers. In the future, the number of gamers will increase even further …

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Microsoft details cross-IHV multi-GPU tech in DirectX 12

Microsoft Corp. has revealed first details about its cross-vendor multi-GPU technology supported by its upcoming DirectX 12 application programming interface. As reported, the new tech allows using graphics processing units developed by different companies to work together. However, there is a catch: applications should be designed to support the Multiadapter …

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Microsoft confirms cross-IHV ‘AMD + Nvidia’ multi-GPU support by DX12

Microsoft Corp. has confirmed that its upcoming DirectX 12 application programming interface (API) will support some sort of cross-vendor multi-GPU technology that will allow graphics processing units from different developers to work together at the same time. Unfortunately, the software developer revealed no specifics about the tech, therefore, it does …

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The Titan Z has not been cancelled or delayed

Nvidia revealed the $3000 Titan Z graphics card all the way back in March, which was some time ago. Since then,  the company has been pretty quiet on its dual graphics solution, which sparked rumours of cancellation or an indefinite delay. However, it seems the rumours weren’t true as Nvidia’s …

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Asus P8Z77-V LK Motherboard Review

With the company’s solid set of options in the Z77 motherboard market, Asus is aiming to conquer the intermediate segment that lies between the entry-level and mid-range price categories. Enter the P8Z77-V LK motherboard. Sitting between the entry-level P8Z77-V LX and mid-range P8Z77-V motherboards in Asus’ Z77 arsenal, the P8Z77-V …

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Hardware.info gets 4-way 680 action up and running

Without doubt, Koen ‘Big Daddy’ Crijns is one of the nicest guys in the technology industry. Widely respected in his native country of Holland, Koen left ComputerTotaal magazine as reviews editor around 10 years ago and never looked back. Earlier today, he dropped a cool link into KitGuru and we …

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