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Day: January 3, 2020
Shirley Curry – or as you probably know her better, Skyrim Grandma – is one of the most enduring and endearing parts of the gaming community. Skyrim Grandma is set to make an official appearance in The Elder Scrolls 6, but ahead of that distant date, modders are bringing her to the wintry realm of Skyrim.
XFX has followed ASRock in ignoring whatever the embargo is for announcing the unannounced AMD RX 5600 XT and listed the new Navi-based card on its site. The full GPU and frequency specs are all there ahead of the expected reveal during AMD’s CES press conference on January 6.
The Nvidia Ampere GPUs may represent the next generation of graphics architecture from the big green GPU making machine, but will they be monstrous professional-level chips, or the sort of silicon shinies to make all our games look awesome? We’re mostly betting on the former, and I’m speculating that would make Ampere the logical successor to Volta rather than a gaming design like Turing.
If you didn’t already know, Valve was once working on a Portal spin-off that didn’t contain the evil GLaDOS or protagonist Chell. While this was revealed in Geoff Keighley’s behind-the-scenes look at Portal 2 many years ago, we didn’t know many of the project’s details – until now.
Samsung has succeeded in manufacturing the world’s first 3nm process technology, announcing more details of the advanced process node following a visit by its vice chairman, Lee Jae-yong, to its Research Institute at Samsung’s Mars plant this week. The 3nm design uses a new Gate-All-Around (GAA) technology instead of the classic FinFET transistor design, which is set to offer 30% higher processor performance compared with the upcoming 5nm node.
Intel Comet Lake release date is rumbling ever closer, bolstered by the fact Asus is readying stacks of 400-series motherboards in preparation for Intel’s latest 10th Gen CPUs. A range of chipsets appear to be available at launch, including the Z490, H470, B460, and W480.
Internet-connected devices have been one of the most remarkable developments that have happened to humankind in the last decade. Although this development is a good thing, it also stipulates a high security and privacy risk to personal information.
While Nintendo is known to repackage, reiterate, and resell games from across its library of classics, a few of its IPs remain locked in the vault and destined for uncertain futures. Mother – or Earthbound – fans have suffered an especially long time, and a community-made Mother 4 seemed like it would sure meet the wrath of Nintendo’s lawyers.