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Motorola Moto G 4G (2015) has been debuted In Brazil. The only noticeable change is that of battery which is increased to 2,390mAh. The phone will ship with Android 5.0.2 Lollipop. Seems like a very good budget device. Should be launched globally soon with the price tag of around $175. Its not 3rd generation, but 4G version of 2nd gen.

Motorola Moto G 4G (2015) has been added to Game-Debate as well ;)

11:34 30-Jan
deadlyslayer avatar

i have recently installed new win7 64bit and my games are not transfered to my dedicated card amd HD 6750m plz help me guys

10:27 30-Jan
Milaor270 avatar

I don't know on what's happening on my Hard Drive but just as I turned on my PC, the BIOS doesn't detect the Hard Drive, but Windows does detect it -_-

10:21 30-Jan
Kenadevil avatar

My new test gameplay Battlefield 4 on HD 4400


09:34 30-Jan
Md_Rayan avatar

2016 - AMD and Nvidia Pascal with HBM stacked 3D Memory, Unified memory, NVLink + DX12 (CPU overhead reduction) = IMO PC gaming is gonna go through a period of major transition which will mark a new era for it.

09:14 30-Jan
TheGamingKing avatar

Nexus 5, Note 3 or Lg G3.??
As Far as i know.. Note 3 and Lg g3 got more havier and Latest Technological Hardware.. But Nexus 5 is greater in apps opening, multitasking, browsing and Gaming Performance.. So What to do.?? :/

09:13 30-Jan
ghostboy0090 avatar

Wanna know how the ps4 version of Dying Light compares with the PC ?
So, after a lot of research I've come up with this :
PS4 version 1080p 30 fps and compareable to :
Texture : Medium
Shadows : Low
Foilage : High
View Distance : Minimum
Antisoperic Filtering : OFF
Depth of Field : OFF
AA : Temporal Smaa.
So please tell me your opinions about this !

08:51 30-Jan
Felix avatar

@LOLZpersonok - What you are seeing is that there is sometimes a slight misunderstanding in what is acceptable. For example, the manufacturers of hardware often drum into us that we need to hit 60FPS on everything to make it fun. Thats not really true, as you are finding out with your laptop. On GD benchmark articles we often display the Game Line. This is a reflection of the minimum benchmark that we would suggest anyone try to run that specific game at. That Game Line can be different from game to game. This depends on the fast twitch nature of a shooter or even the types of motion blur or possibly scene loading technology the game engine employs. This is also why it is so important to keep adding your personal FPS to GD. As we refine your system requirements experience based around your own submitted results. Hope that helps. F

08:12 30-Jan
LOLZpersonok avatar

It's interesting how my laptop's benchmarks are all really poor yet all my games play very well. Skyrim runs quite well on high graphics settings for example. Am I not running the benchmarks correctly?

07:29 30-Jan
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Can a laptop GPU be upgraded?

04:33 30-Jan
thexawn avatar

Should I compress my hard drive?

03:38 30-Jan
4gateftw avatar

Nividia just got rekt.

01:19 30-Jan
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