Part of Summer of Rift limited deal
Oculus has dropped the price of its Rift and Touch bundle down to US $399 as a part of its limited time Summer of Rift deal.
Better DirectX 12 support than Polaris
According to the latest report, the upcoming AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics card will have support for more graphics features, thanks to support for DirectX 12 level 12.1.
Barely beats GTX 1080 in 3DMark 11
It has been a while since we saw a benchmark leak of the upcoming consumer-oriented Radeon RX Vega graphics card but the latest one from 3DMark 11 shows a bit more details.
Not all devices will get Android 7.1
Xiaomi's Android Nougat update list has leaked online, showing a list of devices that will be updated to Android Nougat OS and while the company has been promising updates for some of its devices for a while, there is still no official date.
With a single G.Skill Trident Z 8GB module
AMD has been working on optimizing memory performance on its AM4 platform and it appears it has been doing a good job as, thanks to an overclocker from Australia, DDR4 managed to finally break the 4,000 limit with Gigabyte X370 motherboard, Ryzen 5 1400 CPU and G.Skill's 8GB Trident Z DDR4 memory module.
To fix Watch Dogs 2 issues
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 384.80 Hotfix drivers in order to fix crash issues seen with Watch Dogs 2 and Geforce 384.76 WHQL drivers.
Might be limited to EVGA's own shop
EVGA's GTX 1080 Ti Hybrid was announced a while back and those waiting for it might want to know that the same graphics card should be available on July 10th.
Game Ready drivers for some games
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 384.76 WHQL drivers which are Game Ready drivers for Lawbreakers Rise Up Beta and VR Ready drivers for Spider-man: Homecoming VR, but also bring problems for Watch Dogs 2 game.
Ryzen for business market
Following the launch of consumer-oriented desktop Ryzen CPUs based on the new Zen CPU architecture as well as the launch of Epyc server CPUs, AMD has now turned its attention to the business market, with the launch of Ryzen Pro CPU lineup.
Motherboard manufacturers or Intel to blame?
A well-known overclocker, der8auer, went out on a limb saying that current motherboards based on Intel's X299 chipset are not properly designed and due to high-temperature VRM, and mostly due to a bad heatsink design, are an overclocking nightmare.