Tesoro Technology USA Inc., manufacturer of high-tech gaming products, today announces that the Tizona tenkeyless mechanical keyboard with optional mechanical numberpad -Tizona Numpad – is now available in the US and Canada.
Sony could be looking to revive old franchises like Crash Bandicoot, Spyro, and even Jak and Daxter. In a recent interview with The Telegraph Sony Computer Entertainment CEO, Andrew House hinted at possible character revivals that would return Sony to their brand roots.
Valve has been working on their official Steam Machine, but the project has been delayed. We should expect to see the Steam Machine sometime in 2015. In the meantime it looks like NVIDIA is working on a direct competitor to the Steam Machine.
Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) was announced for PC and at this years Electronic Entertainment Expo and is expected to arrive early this Fall. PC gamers have been waiting quite a while for this game as the console version has been out for a good time now. It looks like PC gamers will get there wish as the game could launch on PC November 14th.
Palit has just announced a new line of of graphics cards, which they are calling KalmX. This series will be made up of the GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GeForce GTX 750. The interesting thing about these cards is that they have a large passive cooler, so not fans making any noise at all.
I’m sure many of you are familiar with EA’s Origin client. Well it turns out that the client is actively spying on you by file snooping. This whole investigation started on Reddit and it seems to be all but true for the most part, but the big issue is, is what EA is doing is legal?
So what were the most popular PC Games of June 2014? Well not the most accurate statistics as not everyone uses Raptr, their monthly numbers do give us a good idea of what everyone around the world is playing. Topping the list is League of Legends with 16.76% of all PC Gamers, that is twice the percentage of the #2 game which is DOTA2 at 8.15%.
ASUS has just announced the H97-Pro Gamer Motherboard, which is based off Intel’s LGA1150 socket. The motherboard speeds up gamers’ fun with 10 Gbit/s M.2 and SATA Express connectivity, Intel Gigabit Ethernet and exclusive GameFirst ll networking technology.
Given that this chip will be based on the existing 28 nm process this is going to be a big GPU, over 600 mm²! Since this GPU will be based on the Maxwell architecture thermal loads should not be that bad, but given its going to be a big chip we will just have to see. We could see the GM200-based GeForce GTX Titan II launch is the first half of 2015.
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