Deus Ex: Mankind Divided gets a new patch
Published in Games


Brings DirectX 12 support and some fixes

Nixxes has now released an official PC patch for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided which fixes some critical bugs as well as bringing DirectX 12 support for new GPUs.

AMD releases new Radeon Software 16.9.1 drivers
Published in Graphics


Optimizations for DX12 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.9.1 drivers which bring optimizations for the newly released DirectX 12 patch for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided as well as a new DOTA 2 Crossfire profile and few minor fixes.

Inno3D announces GTX 1080 iChill Black Edition
Published in Graphics


With a hybrid cooling system

Inno3D has unveiled yet another Geforce GTX 1080 series graphics card, this time with a custom liquid+air hybrid cooling system and a high factory-overclock.

Intel releases new HD Graphics package
Published in Graphics


Adds unify colours

Chipzilla has released a new version of its HD Graphics package.

Apple accused of killing civilisation
Published in News


Stephen Fry and I finally start agreeing again

Apple’s number one British fanboy, next to Chris Martin, has suddenly waded into his favourite company over its tax dodging antics at the sidelines of its iPhone 7 launch.

McAfee puts spanner into Intel’s sell off
Published in News


I didn’t sell you my name

Industry colourful character John McAfee might be getting ready to put a spanner in the works of Intel’s multi-billion dollar spin off of its security business.

Moody’s less moody about AMD
Published in Processors


Wall Street getting interested again

Wall Street’s key investment service Moody’s is suddenly getting more optimistic about AMD and boosted its ratings.

TSMC expects to see a 10 percent revenue growth
Published in Processors


2016 was not so bad

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is expected to see a 10 percent revenue increase in 2016.

Raspberry Pi sells 10 million units
Published in Motherboards


Most successful British PC ever

Since it was launched in 2012, the Raspberry Pi has sold 10 million units, making it the most popular British computer ever.

Apple disappoints with iPhone announcement
Published in Mobiles


Even the New York Times was unimpressed

Yesterday’s rally by the Apple Cargo Cult did nothing to improve the outfit’s outlook or give the world any new products to get excited about. In fact, it has effectively crippled itself for a year.