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PWND

PWND

PWND was released on July 20, 2017 by Skydance who also developed the game. PWND is a first person shooter. Pwnd is by far the fastest paced shooter we have played in a long time. It echoes games like CS: GO, Unreal Tournament, and of course, Quake Arena. In PWND, the kill is just the …

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THIS STRANGE REALM OF MINE

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This Strange Realm Of Mine was released on July 19, 2017 by Doomster Entertainment who also developed the game. This Strange Realm Of Mine is a first person shooter. The game provides action mixed with poetry and psychological horror. Graphic style is 3D mixed with pixel art. If you have played Resident Evil you will be …

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AMD B350 & X370 MEMORY SPEEDS

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Some overclockers are running into problems with the AMD Ryzen AM4 platform. Part of the problem is that memory speeds are faster than JEDEC can update the standard. Intel has developed the XMP profile to support faster speeds and now with DDR4 they have XMP2. AMD supports XMP2 however the UEFI-BIOS may have to be …

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ARGO

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Argo was released on June 22, 2017 by Bohemia Interactive who also developed the game. Argo is a tactical first person shooter. Argo is being offered as a free to play title. Argo was originally released as part of Bohemia Incubator in the form of the “Project Argo” prototype. Bohemia Incubator is a label for …

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AMD THREADRIPPER

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The upcoming Threadripper 1950X (16-core) will have a base clock of 3.4GHz and can boost up to 4GHz. We expect that the 1950X can hold its boost clocks will have some significant impact on how it performs. Except for the most demanding games, we suspect that the 1950X will do great with every title out …

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STILL NOT DEAD

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Still Not Dead was released on July 10, 2017 by Flying Interactive. The game was developed by Greg Seagant. Still Not Dead is a first person shooter. The independant game has crude graphics not unlike the early DOS shooters played at 320×200 back in the 1990s. Today machines are generally more powerful and rendering engines …

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WINDOWS 10 ONEDRIVE DROPS FAT32

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OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud service for sharing photos and documents. Recently Microsoft dropped support for FAT32 and now requires NTFS for hosting OneDrive local copies. We noticed this with our HP Stream 7. We use a microSD card for supplemental storage and the default format for 32GB is FAT32. If you need to change to …

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AMD RYZEN & WINDOWS 10

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We have seen several reports recently that Windows 10 does run well on some AMD Ryzen platforms. We believe it could be some driver issues for motherboards and the processor. WIndows 8.1 seems to work better with some motherboards. Windows 10 Creators Edition may work on some. It seems to be hit or miss with …

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384.80 HOTFIX

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GeForce Driver 384.80 was released July 4, 2017 for Windows 7, WIndows 8 and Windows 10. Avoid the spyware GeForce experience. Fixes the crashing with Watch Digs 2 HDR is handled by Windows 10 and updates to Windows are needed to catch up to be able to use the NVIDIA API. FESTERING PROBLEMS GAME ISSUE Hard Reset …

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SAMSUNG EXPANDS PRODUCTION

Samsung is ramping up production of RAM and SSD chips as demand grows. Samsung is the world’s largest RAM manufacturer and they are also a leading flash memory manufacturer. They are investing ₩30 trillion by 2021 in the existing plant in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, to expand their semiconductor fabrication capacity. This production line is now …

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