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Tech Report 04/24/2019 10:05
As it happens, it's not just Nvidia that's popping out some new products this week. With relatively little fanfare, Intel's dropped the rest of the ninth-generation Core series on us yesterday. That includes the remainder of the current series' desktop lineup—mostly multiplier-locked and lower-end chips—as well as a full lineup of laptop processors. Let's have a look at the mobile parts first. ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/23/2019 17:00
Go for it! PC hardware and computing. Team Group MP34 NVME SSD (512GB) review @ Guru3D. Cooler Master NR600 case review @ Gamers Nexus. Intel Optane Memory H10 review @ HotHardware. EVGA Z390 FTW motherboard review @ KitGuru. HyperX Pulsefire Core review @ TechPowerUp. The Intel Optane Memory H10 review @ AnandTech. Games, culture, and VR. Manufacturing SimCity for the NES @ HackADay. Read more...
Tech Report 04/23/2019 15:00
Well, to the surprise of absolutely no-one, the leaked specifications for the GeForce GTX 1650 that showed up last week were completely correct. So saying, the card is out now , and you can buy one. Both Newegg and Amazon have multiple listings for the cards, but caveat emptor: some of the listings on Amazon appear to be early third-party sellers selling GTX 1650 cards at inflated prices. MSI's Gaming X model probably has more cooler than is strictly necessary for a 75 W GPU. ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/23/2019 12:51
Greetings, folks. Colton's published a big piece yesterday, and you should totally go check it out if you have any sort of interest in solar power or renewable energy. He's placed what look like a couple square miles' worth of panels atop his abode, and the rig's taking in kWs like they're going out of style. In the meantime, here's what you came here for: sweet, juicy PC hardware deals. ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/22/2019 18:00
There are a lot of reasons I decided to have a big honkin' solar array installed on my roof. I'll get to the tangible ones shortly—backed by cold, hard data. The main reason that comes to mind, though, is less concrete. It's a feeling, or an instinct; a desire to realize the expectations of my 20th-century childhood as a 21st-century adult. This is something I've wanted even before I plopped down my first solar power plant as an 11-year old SimCity 2000 mayor. My infatuation with solar arrays has grown. Now, I understand that the emotional investment I have in this venture isn't something everyone is going to share. Still, it's an undeniable factor in my decision-making process. My parents were promised an inevitable fusion - powered , ...
Tech Report 04/19/2019 12:30
Greetings, fellow deal seekers! Bruno's got the day off, so, while the code-monkey's away, the gerbils will play. A couple of us have picked a couple deals we like and we submit them for your approval. Personally, I've been immersing myself back into the wonderful world of aquariums and fishing for the kind of deals unlikely to make a splash on the front page. That leaves me a bit out of touch with the latest and greatest PC hardware deals and means my picks aren't tried and true bargain basement fare. But I still think they're worth a look. Colton's ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/18/2019 10:00
Close enough? The coincidental egg was what really sold it to me. PC hardware and computing. Asus ROG Strix Helios review @ bit-tech. Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Gaming OC review @ Guru3D. Cooler Master Q500L case review @ Gamers Nexus. WD Black SN750 NVMe Heatsink SSD (1TB) @ Hexus. Deepcool Gamer Storm DQ650-M PSU review @ KitGuru. Kingston Nucleum USB Type-C hub review @ Legit Reviews. WD Blue NVMe SN500 500 GB review @ TechPowerUp. Dell UltraSharp U4919DW monitor review @ TechSpot. The Zotac ZBOX CI660 nano Fanless mini-PC review @ AnandTech. Read more...
Tech Report 04/17/2019 13:30
We all like to salivate over the capabilities of high-end graphics cards . The reality is that most folks—perhaps even most gerbils, these days—are going to end up with something more affordable in their machines. The GeForce GTX 1050 Ti was a killer value when it launched, but it's looking a bit long in the tooth these days, so it's terrifically convenient that Nvidia's got the next model ready, according to VideoCardz. The site claims to have the full specifications for the GeForce GTX 1650 . GeForce GTX 1650. (speculated) ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/16/2019 14:30
The folks over at Wired have been blessed with an exclusive look at the next-generation PlayStation , courtesy of an interview with Mark Cerny , the lead system architect for the system. As befits the mag's audience, Wired's article is a little fluffy, but we can gin the seeds of information and break it down, gerbil-style. Here are the big reveals: the as-yet-officially-untitled fifth PlayStation will once again be based on a semi-custom chip from AMD, just like the PS4. Wired revealed that the new chip will use eight 7 ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/16/2019 12:19
G'afternoon. Yesterday I scratched a very minor item off my bucket list—I took a short ferry ride from São Jacinto to Gafanha da Nazaré , except I took the car into the water. The trip was quite short but it was loads of fun and a little surreal to just drive a car right onto a boat, no fuss, no muss. The 15-minute journey was uneventful save for a little choppy water that made it more fun. Today, however, there's no time for fun and games—it's all about them hardware deals. Here they are. ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/16/2019 09:20
No snark today, just pretty flowers. PC hardware and computing. Crucial Ballistix Sport LT DDR4-3200 desktop memory review @ PC Perspective. Alienware m17 review @ bit-tech. Alienware Area-51M review @ Engadget. NZXT H500 Overwatch Special Edition review @ Guru3D. 1More H1707 triple-driver over-ear headphones @ Hexus. Gigabyte Z390 Designare review @ HotHardware. Samsung 860 QVO 4TB SSD review @ KitGuru. WD Blue SN500 250GB NVMe SSD review @ Legit Reviews. Asus GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Matrix 11 GB review @ TechPowerUp. Read more...
Tech Report 04/15/2019 12:17
A field-programmable gate array, or FPGA for short, is the chameleon of the silicon chip world. They're reconfigurable chips that can be programmed to perform a wide array of of task. In PC gaming, the most famous example of such a chip at work is probably Nvidia's G-Sync module . Long story short, the ability to recode FPGAs on the fly creates a ton of usage scenarios in the hands of a capable engineer. In more recent years, they've been held up as a sort of holy grail by the retro gaming community for their handiness in recreating classic consoles. Examples include the SD2SNES open-source design ROM cartridge for the ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/12/2019 17:19
This afternoon as I try to avoid getting real work done, I'm listening to Digital Eclipse producer Frank Cifaldi's talk from GDC entitled It's Still Emulation: Saving Video Game History Before it's Too Late . This is a sequel to his 2016 talk to game developers about repackaging and re-selling old games. You can watch the older video if you want, but Cifaldi sums up that talk at the start of his March 2019 presentation. Since Cifalid runs the Video Game History Foundation charitable organization, emulation is obviously something near and dear to his heart. ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/12/2019 11:47
A fair day, good gerbils. While I'd like to think that I have a decent enough moral compass, I've been considering the infliction of bodily harm these past couple days. You see, my apartment building is glued to the next one over, and someone over there is apparently doing some serious remodeling. Given that I work remotely with a multiple-hour timezone difference, I usually sleep over the morning. The hammers started at 08:00. I'm becoming angry. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry. The only thing that soothes me right now is sweet PC hardware deals. Here's today's catch. ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/11/2019 14:43
So you're curious about this "RTX" thing but not curious enough to plonk down the money for an RTX-enabled graphics card that may not be a huge upgrade from your existing one. Never fear—Nvidia would like you to know that its latest GeForce driver (version 425.31) adds support for Microsoft DirectX Raytracing (DXR) to ten more graphics cards so you can enjoy the technology without needing an RTX card. You can check out the list of supported cards below. Oh yeah, the new drivers are also "Game Ready" for Anno 1800 , in case you're into that. Image: ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/11/2019 09:30
Oh, jeepers creepers, where'd ya get those peepers? PC hardware and computing. Cooler Master MasterBox Q500L compact ATX case review @ PC Perspective. Palit GeForce GTX 1660 StormX OC review @ bit-tech. Corsair Carbide 275Q review @ Guru3D. G.Skill Trident Z Royal DDR4-3600 ( F4-3600C18D-16GTRS ) review @ Hexus. Alienware Area-51m review @ HotHardware. Creative SXFI Amp review (with E-MU Teak headphones) @ KitGuru. Team Group MP34 M.2 NVMe SSD 512 GB review @ TechPowerUp. Nixeus NX-EDG27S v2 review @ TFT Central. Games, culture, and VR. Read more...
Tech Report 04/10/2019 09:30
We missed this one during CES, but back in January, Asus announced the ProArt PA32UCX display . That's a 32" monitor with some seriously high-end specs, which we'll go into in a moment. However, a 32" 16:9 display is a lot of desk space, and some individuals may not desire a display that big. Those folks might prefer the just-announced PA27UCX , which is nearly the same display in a smaller size. Let's check 'em out. Asus ProArt PA32UCX, apparently. That's it, that's the only ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/09/2019 15:35
Howdy, folks. Home improvement is a fine endeavor, but it just takes up so much time . Even after you've picked out the stuff that you want installed, there's still bits of logistics to take care of, doors to open, questions to answer, and by the time you're done, some simple cabinets took the better part of an entire day to get right. At least the results are worth it. Among other things, I now have the best-lit pantry in town thanks to 4' LED tubes under each shelf. Next person walking in there saying "oh I can't find it" gets bonked. Anyway, here's today's selection of deals. ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/09/2019 12:52
It's not often that I'm surprised by a headset. I know most of the brands and their respective product lines pretty well, so when I pick a headset up, I usually find the features I'm expecting and a quality befitting the price. I was surprised, then, when I slipped on PDP's LVL50, a wireless headset for Xbox One and PC that provides a solid feature set at a very reasonable price. ... Read more...
Tech Report 04/09/2019 10:54
I'll try, but I'm anti-litigious by nature. So, sue me. PC hardware and computing. Razer Kraken 2019 wired gaming headset review @ PC Perspective. AOC Agon AG322QC4 review @ bit-tech. Dell XPS 13 review: a perfect ultraportable @ Engadget. Cooler Master MK850 keyboard review @ Guru3D. Samsung EVO Plus 512 GB microSD card review @ HotHardware. SuperO C9Z390-PGW motherboard review @ KitGuru. Biostar A10N-8800E review @ TechPowerUp. The SilverStone Nightjar NJ450-SXL 450W SFX PSU review @ AnandTech. Games, culture, and VR. Read more...

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