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Batman: Arkham Knight Game Ready & Windows 10 Drivers Show Impressive Display

Nvidia has just released Game Ready drivers for the highly anticipated Batman: Arkham Knight title on the PC. But not just that folks – they did it for Windows 10 (with over a month left to launch on retail). Talk about super preparedness. The folks over at NVIDIA do not mess around with games of any sort, regardless of whether they support NVIDIA-exclusive technologies.  Very impressive! St...[Read More]

I’m currently here in San Francisco attending the Intel Developer forum for all you PC enthusiasts out there. We got a chance to speak about the Core i7 with Pat Gelsinger, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group. In response to the i7 and Intel’s latest upkeeps, Gelsinger stated: Our engineers have put together an incredible processing famil...[Read More]

So, on with it. What’s the latest ATI Radeon 4800 series all about? What is the texel stream rate and all of that? WhatIfGaming is here to go over the ATI Radeon 4800 Series in depth. The ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series of GPUs in short brings the power of supercomputing to gamers, setting a new standard for visual computing and redefining the way gamers play and take HD gaming to a whole new leve...[Read More]

Everyone wants a good flight so they can remember a great experience later on. Airports have that smell to them. It is known, but we abnegate from our area of stance anyways and let our nose be the guide. Flight 1171 from LAX to SFO. Close, just have to wait in the long line. That’s when you aggregate all the flights into one spot: “Stand there,” or “wait there is” as...[Read More]

A few months ago, AMD held a very short closed door sneak peak conference to show a teaser of their upcoming aims for the future, clenching the very satchel to break free from technological limits in graphics hoping to fulfill their goals. Soon, WhatIfGaming will have all the details regarding AMD’s announced upcoming breakthrough to the fast paced mouth drools of the technology sector. We w...[Read More]

Intel has announced that they will be soon releasing the Q8000 series for all the Core 2 fans out there. Technically successor to the Q9550, the 8-series line of processors will unveil great speed, with a 1333MHz FSB capability for connection between PCI-AGP-CPU-and memory (NB to CPU) and also extremely great connection to Southbridge. The Quad 8000 will go head on towards AMD’s triple-core ...[Read More]

Wahh wahh. We got word that the Radeon 4800 series line launch was going to be delayed, and decided to check in with some people ourselves. Computex correspondents Brett Rackner for WhatIfGaming poses the following question to AMD PR after the AMD press briefing earlier today. It is really a matter of where we want to be. We want to launch when the time is right, and that’s all we can say ab...[Read More]

Don’t you just hate it when your laptop is about to crap out because you’re using a high mobility graphics solution just for a simple site? Realizing this 2 hours in, you have to reboot to change to the other less powerful solution for more life. But, not anymore. As a brother ATI Hybrid Graphics Technology for notebook computers, ATI PowerXpress lets notebook users automatically switc...[Read More]

AMD announces ATI XGP (Fancy for External Graphics Platform) Technology, a new external PCI Express (PCIe) 2.0 graphics platform, designed to take a crack at giving Notebook users more graphical power that Desktop users have. ATI XGP is an exclusive technology that capitalizes on PCIe 2.0 to deliver enthusiast-class graphics via a connected cable to an externally powered and cooled device. It is c...[Read More]

Next generation platforms are hard to come by. In Taiwan for Computex, AMD announced the stunning introduction of a new next-gen platform. It platform features new AMD Turion X2 Ultra Dual-Core Mobile Processors with ATI Radeon HD 3000 Series Graphics (Mobile tech) for 3D performance and HD image quality, with wireless integration for greater throughput and range. New notebook designs will come fr...[Read More]

SAS and SATA (Serial Attached SCSI and Serial ATA) have increased the number of necessary cables, as there are many more applications possible with these point to point interfaces today. Uniconn Corporation presents the entire lineup of SAS and high-bandwidth cables required in many businesses and enterprises today. Fancy this:

Nvidia’s Tegra aims to take the same market segment that treats the company’s reach into a new market that currently has a demand of more than 1 billion processors per year. So what the heck is it? It is a computer. Yeah…I know. A computer. The kicker? It is on a small nanochip. Revolt! Tegra can be formally called a “system-on-a-chip” (SoC) or “computer-on-a-chip” (C...[Read More]

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