While doing some comparative benchmarks between my RX 470 and GTX 1060 on a Ryzen 1700 CPU and an i7-2700k CPU, I encountered odd behaviour with Shadow of Mordor.
Well then, AMD are truly back in the game now aren't they! They have announced the AMD Ryzen 9 'Threadripper' which will come with up to 16 cores.
Valve have put up the Steam Controller and Steam Link for sale for the next few days and the Steam Link has a pretty big saving.
After my wireless mouse finally stopped charging anything and the temporary £5 replacement mouse was just terrible, I decided to take a look at the Razer DeathAdder Chroma.
If there's one thing that does frustrate me about the Steam Controller, it's that games often need SC Controller to be run if outside of Steam. If the game uses SDL, in future this may not be needed.
Based on their Pascal architecture, NVIDIA has announced their top-end GPU the 'TITAN Xp' and it's an absolute monster of a card.
Entroware have updated their Linux laptop line-up again with the Kratos-3000 and it's a little beast for sure.
AMD initially launched Ryzen 7 their enthusiast higher performing chips, but now they're gearing up for the lower end with Ryzen 5 which will launch on April 11th.
It seems Razer have been getting a lot of requests for Linux support on their 'Razer Blade' laptop line, so they are looking for feedback.
NVIDIA have let a few details out on the 1080 Ti and it sounds like an absolute power-house of a GPU.
Entroware, the UK-based Linux hardware vendor have released a new laptop named 'Aether' and it's quite the little beast.
AMD will be officially releasing their Ryzen 7 CPUs on March 2nd, so there's not long to go! They can be pre-ordered right now too if you're that excited about it.
System76, the Linux hardware vendor sent out a press release announcing a refresh of their most powerful laptops, which now boast 7th Gen Intel CPUs.
In another push towards Mesa finishing OpenGL for all vendors where possible, Intel Haswell chips now have support for OpenGL 4.5 with Mesa on Linux.
Lars Doucet, developer of Defender's Quest has written up a reddit post requesting Valve to open source the Steam Controller software.