The EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti VR EDITION has arrived. Accelerated by the groundbreaking NVIDIA Maxwell architecture, the GTX 980 Ti delivers an unbeatable 4K and virtual reality experience. With 2,816 NVIDIA CUDA Cores and 6GB of GDDR5 memory, it has the horsepower to drive whatever comes next. And with the VR EDITION, you get an included 5.25″ drive bay with front HDMI 2.0 and USB 3.0 giving you easy access to your VR device’s input.
Micron has just released an update on the status of GDDR5X production. The company has received their first samples back from the fabrication plant earlier than expect. These samples are 100% operational with data rates passing 13 Gbps.
We gave you the leak last week about The Division Open beta and now it looks like it is official. Gamers on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will be able to take part in the open beta later this month.
Since Microsoft launched Windows 10 and its subsequent updates it has been pretty secretive about what all is in its updates. Well that is all about to change as the company has launched a new section of their site which details all updates in changelog form
Rise of Tomb Raider could likely be one of the first AAA games to have DirectX 12 support. Its developer Crystal Dynamics is planning a massive update that will add a new renderer, and new content (VFX, geometry, textures).
We talked about it last week and now it looks like the rumors were true. Intel will indeed block CPU overclocking on Non-K Skylake processors. Intel has pushed a CPU microcode update to its motherboard partners which “plugs a loophole” which allowed for overclocking of Non-K Skylake processors.
Just like last year Google is giving away 2GB of Drive storage by simply going through their security checkup process. If you use Google Drive a lot, getting another 2GB of storage is pretty awesome and we will show you how to get it!
A $1700 AMD graphics board has been spotted in the Zauba shipping database. This could possibly be the company’s next flagship graphics card. Polaris is of course the name given to AMD’s next generation family of 14nm FinFET based graphics chips. These chips are scheduled to be launched by mid 2016.
ASUS today announced RP-AC68U, its top-of-the-range 802.11ac (AC1900) dual-band Wi-Fi repeater. The compact and stylish RP-AC68U features four internal high-performance antennas (3 transmit, 4 receive) and allows users to easily extend coverage of an existing 802.11ac Wi-Fi network with ultra-fast speeds of up to 1900 Mbps. RP-AC68U is equipped with a USB 3.0 port for connecting storage devices.