Features of the new DualSense controller include adaptive triggers, haptic feedback, and a new create button
If you are building a new gaming PC on a budget or would simply like to upgrade your graphics card without breaking the bank, probability is you have considered the Nvidia GTX 1060. You might be wondering whether the GTX 1060 is able to run Call of Duty: Warzone or Call of Duty: Modern Warfare […]
Choosing a good case for your gaming build is one of the most essential things when building a new computer. A good case will be designed to provide optimal temperatures by means of good airflow. Good airflow within the case allow for fans to spin at a slower speed, possibly generating less noise. Furthermore, a […]
The PlayStation 5 is Sony’s next generation console, which will be replacing the very successful PlayStation 4 console. Since the PlayStation 5 release date is set at end of 2020, we have been seeing more announcements coming out. A lot has been revealed about the hardware which the new PlayStation will have. In fact, below […]
Looks like the next generation of RAM, DDR5, is just around the corner. Samsung has announced that they should be starting production of new DDR5 RAM sticks in 2021. The production of the DDR5 RAM will make use of a new manufacturing technique called ultraviolet lithography, or EUVL. Following the successful implementation of this production […]
With DRAM and NAND flash memory being scarce, Sony is facing issues with pricing its new PS5 console.
Here at CES 2019, NVIDIA just announced that GSync is finally going to be offered on Freesync monitors. Of course, this comes with certain limitations, however, it is very good news to see that NVIDIA has announced the “G-Sync compatible” program.
All gaming labelled monitors being released will now support some type of refresh rate technology. The current two refresh rate technologies on the market are G-Sync from Nvidia and FreeSync from AMD.
Sony has just released the logo which the new PlayStation 5 will bear. The logo has been announced during the popular CES 2020 event during a presentation on Monday.
The upcoming gaming console from Sony is named the PlayStation 5 and is expected to be released between October and December 2020, the same time window for the release of the Xbox Series X. Furthermore, expect two variants of the console to be released: the Lite and the Pro versions. Although no official pricing has been announced yet, expect the console to cost €399 for the lite version and €599 for the Pro version. Ray-tracing, 8k and 122Hz will be supported, as will VR and Remote Play functionality. Backwards compatibility is confirmed.