Ack. My laptop died. On a plane at 31,000 feet. As a hardware guy, it's very difficult for me to refrain from disassembling the thing to attempt a fix. But then I think the problem is the video card module, and it's not like a have a spare one of those laying around. Yay for desktops.
Anyhow, we'd like to welcome back Abit as a sponsor. They are gearing up for their big event, a global gaming competition call ACON4, with finals in Shanghai, China. You can find out more about it at abitgamer.com. Qualifying rounds will be happening at various locations around the globe, including multiple sites around the US, and registration is open now.
Oh yeah. Please send Friday night topic ideas to email@example.com. We all need to be incensed!
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|Radeon 16.10.2 drivers add support for October's big games||0|
|Strong revenue doesn't stem red ink in AMD's fiscal third quarter||5|
|Acer XB241YU G-Sync display stalks the FreeSync competition||13|
|PowerColor Devil Box cages high-performance graphics cards||20|
|Samsung builds 8GB LPDDR4 packages on its 10-nm process||3|
|Latest Nintendo console can Switch form factors on the fly||97|
|Doom update adds Arcade Mode and other goodies||9|
|Microsoft researchers want you to touch VR objects||12|
|A real "console monitor" would be 720p @ 30 Hz ;P||+55|