Press Release New iCHILL FROSTBITE by INNO3D is the First Water Cooling Solution for the GeForce RTX series

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INNO3D, a leading manufacturer of pioneering high-end multimedia components and various innovations is excited to introduce the new iCHILL Frostbite. The brains in R&D have revisited the water cooling solution segment of iCHILL and developed this water block masterpiece. It is designed around NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX series 2080 Ti, 2080 and 2070, providing nothing short of excellent cooling for these powerhouse of graphics cards.

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News EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti K|ngp|n Edition Teased

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Vince “K|ngp|n” Lucido is probably the most recognized name in overclocking, having appeared in NVIDIA adverts in the past, dominating the 3DMark benchmarks, and even having a line of graphics cards named after him. Today sees a teaser of the fifth generation of K|ngp|n Edition card, this time based on NVIDIA’s Turing architecture. Vince Lucido posted a picture of the GeForce GTX 2080 Ti K|ngp|n Edition to his Instagram page.

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Technology Explained LCD and OLED Displays

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The most commonly available displays on the market today are LCD and OLED, with older technologies such as CRT and plasma being less and less common or even phased out altogether. OLED has been showing up more and more in recent years, with it gaining popularity with Samsung’s AMOLED displays dating back to the original Samsung Galaxy smartphone. These days we are beginning to see OLED used on TVs and computer monitors, albeit at quite a cost.

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News UL Benchmarks Teases 3DMark Port Royal with Real Time Ray Tracing

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UL Benchmarks’ 3DMark suite of benchmarks is going to get a new addition in the form of Port Royal, making use of the DirectX Raytracing (DXR) API. The benchmark will be shown to the public at GALAX GOC 2018 Grand Final, which will take place on 8 December in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

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Press Release Samsung Electronics Brings Multi-Terabyte Storage Capacities at Accessible Price with 860 QVO SSD

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Samsung Electronics today unveiled its new consumer solid state drive (SSD) lineup – the Samsung 860 QVO SSD – featuring up to four terabytes (TB) of storage capacity with exceptional speed and reliability. Built on the company’s high-density 4-bit multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash architecture, the 860 QVO makes terabyte capacities more accessible to the masses at approachable price points.

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Technology Explained The History of Overclocking

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Overclocking may have only become a mainstream exercise is the last decade, but its roots can be traced back to the PC itself. While the methods used to overclock may have changed over the years, the goal has remained the same – to increase the performance of your computer. Much like modifying a car’s engine, overclocking can be done for one of two reasons. Either you can increase the performance of a cheap model to match that of a more expensive model, or you can shoot for performance greater than that of any off-the-shelf components.

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Gaming Steam Autumn Sale 2018 is Here

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The 2018 Steam Autumn Sale is here, with great deals across the Steam catalog through Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Check in each day to see the new featured titles, and you can always find great games in your Discovery Queue or our recommendations.

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News Hardware Overstocking Woes Likely to Extend Deep Into 2019

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The other day I posted an article (this one here) about the delaying of the RTX 2060 from NVidia due to excessive stock of the older GTX 1060 cards still being on hand. Well, it turns out it's affecting many manufacturers, with hardware across the spectrum...

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Press Release ID-Cooling Releases AURAFLOW X 240 Budget RGB AIO Water Cooler

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ID-COOLING a cooling solution provider focusing on thermal dissipation and fan technology research and production for over 10 years, announced AURAFLOW X 240 AIO water cooler, featuring the newly developed powerful pump and 12V RGB lighting on both the pump and fans at the same time synchronizing with motherboard RGB control.

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Press Release ROCCAT Celebrates Website Relaunch with Fantastic Deals

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ROCCAT, the Hamburg-based manufacturer of gaming peripherals, has recently given its website a new look. In line with the further development of the brand through technically sophisticated and powerful products such as the new Vulcan mechanical keyboard series, ROCCAT focuses on simple design and a clear visual language.

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Gaming Monkey Island Collection Discounted up to 61% on Steam

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The Monkey Island series of games by LucasArts are probably the most successful point-and-click adventure games of all time, right up there with Dungeon Keeper and Grim Fandango.

The brilliant news is that you can grab a bundle of the first four games right now on Steam for a heavily discounted price of R 106.72. You don’t need to buy the entire bundle to save, as the individual games are also heavily discounted. Buying the bundle is, however, cheaper than buying the games individually.

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RTX 2060 Possibly Delayed
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Nvidia stocks are down 18%. Team green blames the miners. Seems like they're on the gamer's side again, doesn't it?

But there's more to it. Nvidia apparently expected the mining craze to last longer. So they turned all their machines on overdrive and churned out as many 1060's as they possibly could. And then it all stopped, dropped and rolled. Now they're sitting on excess stock they have to move before they can release the RTX 2060. Now while this isn't great news, the question is "how long"?

Well, 3 to 6 months before their stock is cleared, according to CEO Jensen Huang. They're also worried about the second hand market, actually, with the majority of miners offloading their second-hand, mined cards at very attractive prices.

All the above needs to be taken into account. Yes, they never leaked or revealed any possible dates for the RTX 2060 release, but it's safe to assume that they won't release the RTX 2060 with the current stock of GTX 1060 cards on the market...
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Gaming EA Confirms Remastered Version of Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn and Red Alert

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Fellow strategy fans, especially Command & Conquer player, we have good news for you. Last month we reported that Command & Command might be remastered, and now we can give you confirmation. EA is teaming up with the original creators of the games to bring us a 4K remastered version of Tuberian Dawn and later Red Alert.

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RIP Stan Lee

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A few reports circling that Stan Lee has sadly passed away (Aged 95)

Heres a link to his Wikipedia page. Also updated with his date of death.

Stan Lee - Wikipedia
Samsung's Galaxy S10 to include "budget" options
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Samsung keeps at it. With a behind-screen camera in development and talks of a new foldable phone, the S10 looks to be an interesting addition to their lineup.

Following the likes of Apple, Samsung is looking at expanding their specific model offering, something that hasn't been done in a while. We all remember the slightly cheaper "mini" models that were released in years past. They were smaller, less-specced versions of the bigger phone, at a more affordable price. Samsung has stopped this since the S5 Mini, after which the A series seems to have taken up this space.

However, this might be returning with the S10. Not the Mini naming convention, nor the physically smaller phones per se, but at least in specs the S10 will offer more choice. Codenamed "Beyond", it is clear that Samsung has big plans for this model series. They seem to be aiming at a wider market, with triple cameras on the rear of the phone and it may even have the under-screen camera on the front as...
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