Support for next-gen VR experiences with Snapdragon 845
Qualcomm has announced its new virtual reality development kit at the Game Developer Conference 2018 which includes a wireless VR head mounted display (HMD) and a new software development kit (SDK) for the Snapdragon 845 Mobile VR platform.
Should be available on March 28th
Powercolor has now officially announced the upcoming Red Dragon Radeon Vega 56, revealing a bit more key information as well the availability date.
Finally enough GPUs for "cheaper" custom cards
It appears that Powercolor finally managed to get its hands on some of AMD Vega GPUs as its custom RX Vega Red Dragon version has resurfaced and got pictured in all its glory.
Teams up with Epic, Remedy, and others for some impressive tech demos
While it was already clear that there won't be any new graphics cards announced from Nvidia at the Game Developers Conference 2018, held this week in San Francisco, Nvidia did reveal some interesting stuff, including its Nvidia RTX Technology for real time raytracing and the new Gameworks SDK modules for raytracing.
Says DXR benchmark is coming
Following Microsoft's DirectX Raytracing (DXR) announcement, Futuremark has unveiled its new DXR tech demo at the Game Developers Conference held in San Francisco, showing a first glimpse of what can be achieved with Microsoft's latest DirectX 12 feature.
Support for Sea of Thieves and bunch of bug fixes
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 391.24 WHQL graphics card driver which brings optimizations for the Sea of Thieves game as well as fixes a bunch of bugs seen with the earlier driver releases.
Ahead of Pinnacle Ridge launch
Ahead of the rumored launch of its second-generation Ryzen CPUs next month, AMD has announced a price cut for some of its current Ryzen-desktop and Ryzen Threadripper processors.
One to have for Sea of Thieves and A Way Out
AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 18.3.3 driver update which brings support for Sea of Thieves and A Way Out games, support for Vulkan 1.1, as well as fixing a couple of bugs.
Reaching frequencies of up to 3,466MHz
Kingston has announced that it has expanded both the Fury desktop and Impact mobile DDR4 memory lineup with frequencies now reaching up to 3,466MHz for the desktop and 3,200MHz for the mobile lineup.
It is not about crypto mining after all
ASRock has released a teaser video for its upcoming Phantom Gaming graphics card lineup, which confirms that the motherboard maker is going after the gaming market rather than the crypto mining one.