With optimizations for Mass Effect: Andromeda
Following the launch of Bioware's Mass Effect: Andromeda game, AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.3.3 driver, which features all the optimizations for the game as well as fixes some minor problems.
One to have for Mass Effect: Andromeda
Just ahead of the Mass Effect: Andromeda launch, Nvidia released its newest Geforce 378.92 WHQL Game Ready driver, which brings all the optimization for Mass Effect Andromeda and Rock Band VR games, adds or updates a couple of SLI profiles, and brings support for Dolby Vision for games.
Coming with 120Hz G-Sync display and GTX 1060
While its 17-inch SC17 gaming notebook has been getting hardware updates, EVGA has now once again teased its smaller 15-inch SC15 gaming notebook that has been showcased at CES 2017 show in January.
New 14nm LPP process and new Polaris 20 GPUs
It appears that AMD's upcoming Radeon 500 series will indeed be based on current Polaris GPU architecture but will also be moving to a new 14nm LPP manufacturing process and bring new Polaris 12, Polaris 20 and Polaris 21 GPUs.
Ditches support for DirectX
Roberts Space Industry (RSI), the developer behind the Star Citizen game, said that it will drop DirectX 11 support and stop all development on a DirectX 12 version, focusing solely on the Vulkan API.
Drops price on previous SC17 model
EVGA has announced an updated version of its high-end gaming notebook, the SC17, which will now include an option with a 17.3-inch 4K/UHD screen with Nvidia G-Sync technology.
Running on GTX 1080 Ti
While Mass Effect Andromeda has just become available for some EA/Origin Access users as a 10-hour trial, Nvidia has brought a rather neat treat, in the form of a 4K trailer with HDR enabled.
White backplate and not much more
A blurry picture has leaked online showing what should be a reference version of the upcoming AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics card.
Shows more Ryzen 5 1600X performance details
AMD has now officially announced the launch date of its Ryzen 5 series CPUs that will be based on its new Zen CPU architecture and using the same AM4 platform. The Ryzen 5 lineup will be available in six- and quad-core SKU, completely unlocked and with enabled SMT (simultaneous multi-threading).