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[gamescom 2019] Revealed and proven SYNCED: Off Planet

We are finally in Cologne and, even though Gamescom has not yet officially begun, we have had our work cut out today. In fact, in the early afternoon we took part in the dedicated Nvidia showcase ...

[gamescom 2019] Report of the Nvidia showcase

Gamescom starts tomorrow but already today we had our work cut out. In addition to the ASUS press conference, we participated in the Nvidia showcase focused on the titles that will implement Ray Tracing in ...

The E3 has come: here are our predictions and hopes

There is no time of the year that fascinates (and stresses) gamers like that of E3. What will be announced? Will we celebrate with sparkling wine or will we find ourselves desperately complaining about yet another rip-off? In this editorial you find ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood will support NVIDIA's ray tracing and Adaptive Shading

In the past few hours NVIDIA and Bethesda have announced that Wolfenstein: Youngblood will support real-time ray tracing and Adaptive Shading, which will improve overall performance. The game then goes on to add to ...
Quake II

Quake II RTX will arrive for free in June

NVIDIA has announced that from June it will be possible to download and play for free at Quake II RTX, a revised version of the classic that made history.

[TECH DIVE] Building a PC - Choosing the GPU

This series of articles has two purposes at the same time: educational and commercial. They will try to explain more clearly what the various PC components are and at the same time they will guide you in choosing the best components ...

AK Informatica, easter promotions for video cards

Easter is approaching inexorably and, unfortunately, the video cards do not come out in the egg. Even if it wouldn't hurt! To your rescue comes AK Informatica.
New drivers

New Nvidia drivers - Ray-tracing almost for everyone

Nvidia has officially released the first set of drivers that allows ray tracing to be supported even on non-RTX boards, ie those belonging to the GTX 10 and 11 series. But...

The Outer Worlds - Review

"Aaaah the space. A truly fascinating place you can't find? How many mysteries lie behind the shimmer of the stars, how many secrets hide the countless nebulae ...

Synergy Blue's Skill-Influenced Games Make Their Las Vegas Debut With Station ...

The Company's Arcade-Style Games to go through Field Trials at Red Rock and Palms Casinos, Bringing 'Fun You Can Bet On!' to the Las ...

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