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  1. Nvidia Goes All-In On G-Sync With New ‘BFGD’ Ultra-High-End Displays

    by , 01-11-2018 at 05:00 AM

    At CES 2018, Nvidia announced a new line of gaming monitors designed to round up and deliver every single high-end feature you can buy in a monitor or television today. The company’s new BFGD monitors — the acronym stands for Big Format Game Display, obviously, and not the kind of profanity-fueled phrase that might lead one to label such a display a “BFGD Screen” — are serious business, as the saying ...
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  2. The 10 Most Technically Impressive Games of 2017

    by , 12-24-2017 at 03:59 AM

    Forza Motorsport 7If you have a high-end gaming PC or a brand new

    CupheadCounter-intuitively, the most enjoyable part of Cuphead is how the developers were able to make it look nothing at all like a video game. Meticulously hand-drawn to emulate the aesthetic of early ...
  3. The Top 5 Games We Played in 2017

    by , 12-23-2017 at 12:12 PM

    As 2017 coasts to an end, we ExtremeTech writers have spent a good chunk of our time this month looking back at what we enjoyed most. We all have our own specialties and tech predilections, but pretty much everybody here enjoys video games. Some of us focus on new releases to stay on the cutting edge, others are still working their way through their back logs, but we can all use this opportunity ...
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  4. Valve Will No Longer Accept Bitcoin as Payment for Games on Steam

    by , 12-17-2017 at 10:38 AM

    Digital gaming giant Valve has announced that some 18 months after adding the ability to buy games on Steam with Bitcoin, it will no longer accept BTC as a method of payment. The original decision to accept the cryptocurrency was never seen as a make-or-break affair for Bitcoin’s acceptance as legal tender, but Steam’s dominance of PC digital game distribution and the overlap between ...
  5. eGPU Tests Show Big Gains For MacBook Pros, Courtesy of AMD’s RX Vega

    by , 12-08-2017 at 04:37 PM
    For the past few years, AMD has worked on a new generation of external GPU technology that would use Thunderbolt 3 and offer a better experience. This push got a major boost when Apple announced back in June that the MacBook Pro line would support this functionality. eGPU support is still being built into macOS High Sierra, but it’s now in a sufficient state for testing.

    9to5 Mac took a Mantiz Venus MZ-02 chassis for a spin to find out what kind of performance upgrade Mac users might ...
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