We take Tom Clancy’s triple A title, The Division, and find out how AMD’s and NVIDIA’s high end video cards’ performances stack up and what image quality settings it takes to truly be immersed. We will see what level of GPU is needed at what resolution to enjoy this game with high graphics settings and image quality.
Source: [H]ardOCP – Tom Clancy’s The Division Gameplay Performance Review
Many of you have heard about the NVIDIA Founders Edition video cards for the GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 cards, but what is it really all about? The short answer is it is the new reference card, but the story goes much deeper than that. However no messaging at all came from NVIDIA on this.
Source: [H]ardOCP – NVIDIA Founders Edition Cards – Yea or Nay?
NVIDIA’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, in front of a packed house in Austin, Texas, today took the stage to unveil the GeForce GTX 1080 based on the new Pascal GPU. We got to see the 1080 GPU overclocked to over 2GHz on air with the reference cooler making for a very impressive package. Now to see if the review cards hold up as well.
Source: [H]ardOCP – NVIDIA GTX 1080 and 1070 Announcement
I’m glad I gave up on Ubuntu back in 2011 when they started removing popular programs (pidgin, gimp) to promote their own, then they started the unity crap…
Well now they are announcing they will make it so that giving your search data to Amazon is “opt-in”… how about you shouldn’t have been doing that to begin with?
Ubuntu To Make Amazon Product Results ‘Opt-In’
No I’m not trying to pick a superhero name. Its the image my porch IP cam captured last night during windy, rainy storm weather. The better of the two images is below.