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Metro Exodus Adds DLSS 2.0 and New Ray-Traced Graphics
by David Carcasole
Developer 4A Games has announced Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition, which will bring all-new ray-tracing upgrades for compatible PCs.
Nvidia Geforce RTX 3070 Review: Power to Game
by Jason D'Aprile
Nvidia's RTX 3070 is an amazing mid-priced GPU that proves all-around impressive.
Amazon Prime Day Deals: Gaming, Hardware, and More
by Josh Broadwell
Love 'em or hate 'em, there's no denying Amazon offers steep discounts on gaming and tech during its annual Prime Day bonanza. Here are some of the best Prime Day deals.
To NVIDIA and Beyond: Every GeForce Rumor Analyzed
by Ty Arthur
There are tons of rumors circulating about the next lineup of NVIDIA GeForce GPUs. Here's everything we know so far, from the upcoming Gamescom press conference to potential naming conventions and...
5 Best Tools for Finding Cheap Graphics Cards
by Ty Arthur
Graphics cards prices are slated to plummet soon, and you need to know where to look to find the best deal for upgrading your rig!
Best Graphics Cards Under $500 For Budget PC Builders in 2017
If you're looking to build or upgrade your PC with a graphics card under $500, this guide to the best NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards of 2017 will keep you on budget.
Should You Be Buying a New Graphics Card Now?
Sooner or later, you will need a new GPU, but is right now the perfect time for buying a new graphic card?
How Video Games Teach Us Life Lessons
by Karthik Krishnan
In the same manner in which baseball requires constant hitting and missing, video gaming demand long man-hours of practice.
11 Awesome Video Game Bromances
by Ricardo melfi
Bromances have the potential to make video game narratives more personal. Here's what STG thinks are some of the best bromances in gaming!
The 9 Best Hilarious Video Game Deaths
by Ricardo melfi
Sometimes developers decide that, "yeah, this character is going to die," in a funny way, just for the LOLs. Here are some of the most hilarious video game deaths!
Opening Doors to the Public Is the Worst Thing That Could Happen to E3
by Jeffrey Rousseau
For the first time in years E3 has opened it's door to the general public. This is a mistake anyway you slice it.
NVIDIA Announces Geforce Now Game Streaming Service
Nvidia expands its SHIELD Geforce Now streaming service to all PCs and Macs -- even those not game-ready.
Yes, You Can Build Your Own Gaming PC -- Even if You're a N00b
Building a PC isn't that difficult. We'll show you the basic steps you should take -- and where to find the best advice!
Like Building Your Gaming Rig? You Should Upgrade These Parts in 2017
Here are some parts you should consider upgrading to.
Nine Coolest Things That Happened in Gaming 2016
From VR to the resurrection of games thought dead, join us as we look at the coolest things to happen in gaming in 2016.
Why You Should Build Your Own Gaming PC
You should build a PC, its easy, as cheap or as expensive as you want and it'll last you.
Why Aren't Game Studios and Companies Sponsoring More Esports Teams?
by Aaron Grincewicz
eSports can benefit from modeling pro sports leagues' business structure and integrity.
13 Awesome Gaming Laptops That Aren't Asus ROGs (and Where to Buy Them)
by Pierre Fouquet
If you don't want to pay for the Asus name, you'll definitely want to check out these great alternatives.
Announced Intel VR headset promises new features
The headset, which features 3D camera technology and connection free use, could help launch the company to the front of the VR race.
Radeon Wattman Gives Users Full Overclocking Control
by Noor Sami
With Radeon Wattman, users can control all the parameters of their graphics cards.
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