October 31, 2020

Category: KitGuru

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AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT custom models are a possibility

When AMD first announced the Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics card earlier this week, it only announced a reference version and not any custom partner cards. We could see some custom-cooled solutions soon though, as AMD is reportedly in talks with partners to allow custom versions of its latest flagship GPU.  Some AIB partners have […]

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Intel’s 11th Gen Rocket Lake-S processor architecture detailed

Intel has detailed its upcoming Rocket Lake-S processor architecture. Scheduled for release in Q1 2021, Rocket Lake-S has appeared in multiple leaks and rumours, but it was only confirmed by Intel recently. A new presentation on Rocket Lake-S confirms some rumours and denies others. Rocket Lake-S will feature up to 8 cores and 16 threads. […]

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Intel launches Iris Xe MAX graphics for laptops

Today, Intel officially announced Intel Iris Xe MAX graphics, a new version of the Xe GPU architecture for thin-and-light laptops. Intel Iris Xe MAX is based on the same Xe-LP microarchitecture used for Xe graphics on Intel 11th Gen Core mobile series processors.  The Intel Xe-LP microarchitecture was first announced during Intel Architecture Day earlier […]

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Gears Pop! is shutting down in 2021

A couple of years ago, Microsoft made a big push with the Gears of War IP, announcing three games in one year – Gears 5, Gears Tactics and Gears Pop. Now 18 months later, one of those experiments is coming to an end.  Gears Pop! was developed by Media Tonic using both the Funko Pop […]

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EA plans to appeal loot box case in The Netherlands

Earlier this week, the Dutch Gaming Authority announced plans to fine EA millions of dollars for its inclusion of “addictive gaming elements” in FIFA in The Netherlands. EA previously threw in the towel and removed the ability to buy FIFA points when it ran into this problem in Belgium, but this time around, the publisher […]

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Ruined King: A League of Legends Story is coming in early 2021

Last year, Riot Games announced Riot Forge, a new initiative to expand the League of Legends IP with a mix of new games, some of which will be single-player titles developed by third-party studios. The first single-player League of Legends game is now almost ready for prime time, with a release date set for early […]

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Black Mesa is getting a big ‘Definitive Edition’ update

Black Mesa, the fan-made remake of Half-Life 1, launched to great reception earlier this year after an extensive period in Early Access. The folks at The Crowbar Collective aren’t done improving the game yet though, as the team is already working on a big ‘Definitive Edition’ update.  This week, the studio announced a Definitive Edition […]

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Don’t expect PSVR 2 for PlayStation 5 anytime soon

Over the last couple of months, Sony has been much more open when it comes to the PlayStation 5 but the company has remained quiet on its plans for next-gen VR. Unfortunately, it sounds like we’ll be waiting quite some time for a PSVR 2 on next-gen hardware.  Speaking with the Washington Post this week, […]

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ASUS and EKWB team up for water-cooled RTX 30 series graphics cards

ASUS and EKWB are collaborating on a new set of water-cooled RTX 30 series graphics cards. These new water-cooled cards aim to deliver an out-of-the-box solution for custom liquid-loop systems. ASUS and EKWB will be releasing water-cooled versions of the RTX 3070, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 graphics cards, all built using ASUS Auto-Extreme manufacturing […]

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