Pixels loose in the house (or outside)

Posted by Jon Peddie on April 25th 2017 | Discuss (0)
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Can’t have too many pixels or too big a display For those of us who love pixels and can’t have enough, the San Marcos, CA based BlissLights Motion seemed like it was designed for us. Imagine tens of thousands of moving pinpoints of light created using

Testing EVGA’s SC17 1070 gaming notebook

Posted by Robert Dow on April 18th 2017 | Discuss (0)
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92% more performance for 11% more money EVGA’s SC17-1070 is a powerful, 4k 17.3-inch notebook that can play any game you have or will get in the next year or so.  EVGA introduced its first 17.3-inch, the SC17-980 in March 2016 just after GDC. It offered good performance.

Nvidia GTX1080 Ti runs best on AMD

Posted by Robert Dow on April 18th 2017 | Discuss (0)
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28% more performance for 35% more money The Nvidia GeForce GTX1080 Ti is the world’s most powerful AIB, when run on an AMD Ryzen-based platform it gets the highest scores, but the greatest gains from generation to generation are on Intel—see charts in conclusion. In our 7 March edition

Testing AMD’s RX580

Posted by Robert Dow on April 18th 2017 | Discuss (0)
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Better than the RX480 on all tests AMD just announced the mid-life kicker, and probably end of the line of the Polaris GPUs, the Radeon RX580.  We ran a suite of tests on the new AIB, and found it to be on average 15% faster than the Radeon RX480.