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Written by Jon Sutton on 20 September 2017 at 13:10

Car buffs are getting spoiled this holiday season. Not only is Project Cars 2 almost upon us, but Forza Motorsport 7 is due in a fortnight and Gran Turismo Sport will be hitting PS4 shortly. Choices, choices, choices. Hopefully, we can make that decision a little easier with a look at Forza Motorsport 7's PC performance. Will it run into the same issues previous Forza games on PC have, or have Turn 10 nailed PC performance this time? Let's find out with our Forza 7 Radeon R7 370 benchmarks. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 20 September 2017 at 11:42

If you’re waiting on custom Radeon RX Vega graphics cards, you may need some patience. Reports are emerging from AIB partners that custom Radeon RX Vega 64 and Radeon RX Vega 56 graphics cards may not be available until November, some 3 or 4 months after the original Vega launch. [More]

Most Popular Games Check Performance Release Dates Days
1 PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds Mar-23-2017 Out now
2 Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 Sep-14-2017 Out now
3 FIFA 18 Sep-29-2017 9 days
4 Destiny 2 Oct-24-2017 34 days
5 NBA 2K18 Sep-15-2017 Out now
6 Call of Duty: WWII Nov-03-2017 44 days
7 Assassins Creed: Origins Oct-27-2017 37 days
8 Werewolf: The Apocalypse 2018 -
9 Grand Theft Auto VI 2018? -
10 Divinity: Original Sin II Sep-14-2017 Out now
11 Need For Speed Payback Nov-10-2017 51 days
12 Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Nov-13-2017 54 days
13 ARK: Survival Evolved Aug-31-2017 Out now
14 Project CARS 2 Sep-22-2017 2 days
15 Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic III 2018 -
16 F1 2017 Aug-25-2017 Out now
17 Far Cry 5 Feb-27-2018 160 days
18 Middle-earth: Shadow of War Oct-10-2017 20 days
19 Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Oct-27-2017 37 days
20 Star Citizen 2018 -
Written by Stuart Thomas on 20 September 2017 at 09:45

Project Cars 2 will not be using Denuvo Anti-Tamper DRM, Slightly Mad Studios’ head Ian Bell has confirmed.With all the games running Denuvo lately, it can be refreshing when a big budget title comes along that actually opts to avoid the controversial DRM service. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 19 September 2017 at 16:44

What with Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and COD: WWII on the way, Nazi bashing is going to be our biggest hobby this coming holiday season. A new trailer has just dropped for the former, a deliciously juxtaposed mish-mash of totalitarian rule, ultra-violence and American doo-wop. [More]

Written by Jon Sutton on 19 September 2017 at 14:52

Popular torrent site The Pirate Bay has been testing injecting cryptocurrency mining Javascript into users’ browsers this week. Users who visited Pirate Bay on Saturday may have found their CPU usage was spiking dramatically, a result of their computer’s CPU resources being funneled towards mining Monero coins for the site. [More]

Written by Stuart Thomas on 19 September 2017 at 13:08

Tucked away inside TGS today was the announcement of Left Alive, a new survival action shooter from Square Enix. Left Alive features the unmistakable artistic talents of Yoji Shinkawa, character designer for the Metal Gear series, responsible for the very-Metal-Gear-indeed artwork reveal to us so far.   [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 19 September 2017 at 11:34

Sony’s Tokyo Game Show PlayStation conference wasn’t the most spectacular affair but tucked in at the end was the news we’d all been waiting for - Monster Hunter World will be launching worldwide on January 26th, 2018. We also got treated to a frankly ridiculous new trailer showing off a bunch of new environments and monsters, too many to keep track off. There’s a huge Nergigante in there, while the Pukei-Pukei can use its extended tongue for ranged attacks. [More]

Written by Jon Sutton on 19 September 2017 at 09:48

Activision and Sledgehammer games have got a week’s worth of juicy Call of Duty: WWII content coming our way this week, all taking aim at its single-player campaign. They’re kicking things off with a brand spanking new COD: WW2 story trailer centered around Private Ronald ‘Red’ Daniels, a young recruit from the US First Infantry Division. Experiencing the horrors of war from the front line, Red’s first day of action is storming the beaches of Normandy before COD: WWII visits the scenes of a number of iconic battles, including Hürtgen Forest and the Battle of the Bulge. It’s like Call of Duty 1 all over again. [More]

Written by Stuart Thomas on 18 September 2017 at 17:30

If you’ve been using popular registry cleaner CCleaner you may want to watch out - hackers have hidden malware in the CCleaner software, leaving systems compromised for as long as four weeks. An estimated 2.27 million users of CCleaner may have been affected by the malware, which allows code to be run through a remote IP address using a backdoor that had been discovered. [More]

Written by Neil Soutter on 18 September 2017 at 15:21

There’s a mod for just about anything when it comes to Half-Life, and now there’s a de-make of its sequel to boot. An intrepid team of modders has been busy taking Valve’s stone-cold-classic shooter sequel and making it look, well, worse. Half-Life 2 Classic is a mod for Half-Life 1 that aims to recreate the entirety of Half-Life 2 within the original pre-Source engine. [More]

Written by Jon Sutton on 18 September 2017 at 13:11

The first Nvidia Tesla Volta V100 GPUs have been making their way into the AI and deep learning markets via the DGX-1 supercomputer, and the first benchmarks are out. The DGX-1 isn’t your typical PC and the Tesla V100 isn’t your typical GPU. Nvidia’s DGX-1 houses eight discrete V100 GPUs, each with 5120 CUDA Cores and 640 of the new Tensor Cores, providing a system with a total of 40,960 CUDA Cores, 5120 Tensor Cores, and 128GB HBM2 memory. This is paired with dual Intel Xeon E5-2698 v4 CPUs, each with 20 cores and 40 threads. The DGX-1 is an absolute monster, and preliminary benchmarks suggest this is the fastest ‘PC in a box’ in the world - by some distance. [More]

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