Today Intrepid Studios released a new trailer of its upcoming MMORPG Ashes of Creation. The trailer showcases one of the most peculiar and interesting places we’ll get to visit in the game, the UnderRealm. It really looks amazing thanks to its glowing vegetation and exotic monsters, confirming once more that Ashes of Creation is definitely a game to watch in terms of graphical fidelity and art direction in MMORPGs. In case you’re not familiar with the game, it was funded by a campaign on Kickstarter, that gathered an impressive $3,271,809 pledged by 19,576 backers. The campaign was kicked off with a solid prototype ready to show, proving that going into Kickstarter with something tangible to intrigue potential backers goes a long way in being successful. The team at Intrepid asked only for a rather modest $750,000, but more than quadrupled that amount, unlocking every single stretch goal set before and during the campaign itself. You can check out the trailer … [Read more...] about New Ashes of Creation Trailer Shows the Beautiful UnderRealm and Impressive Graphics
The only PC game that ever wow'd me was Crysis. Everything since on PC has been meh. PS4 is constantly impressing me with stuff like Uncharted 4, Horizon and soon God Of War. The fact is no exclusive games exist on PC with big budgets. Don't bother listing Star Citizen. That thing is NEVER coming out. … [Read more...] about Are Sony first party games on par with PC games, graphically?
AMD Ryzen 2400G with Radeon Vega graphics is something that we are looking forward to and here we have some benchmarks that show how well the chip compares to the Intel 7700 and 7600 desktop CPUs as well as the Intel 8705G mobile CPU. If you are interested in learning more about Radeon graphics for mobile then you can click here. AMD Ryzen 2400G with Radeon Vega graphics benchmarks reveal impressive performance as compared to both the Intel integrated desktop and mobile graphics. The numbers have been included below so you can check them out for yourselves and see the difference between the two. AMD announced AMD Radeon Vega Mobile lineup during AMD Tech day at CES 2018. This new tech will make think and light notebooks more powerful. Not exactly Nvidia Max-Q level power but something better than what you usually get in your everyday notebook. If you are interested in checking out new professional and gaming laptops that were revealed at CES 2018 then you can click here. The AMD … [Read more...] about AMD Ryzen 2400G With Radeon Vega Graphics Benchmarks Are Impressive Compared To Intel 7700, 7600 And 8705G
Nvidia's surprise announcement and launch of the Titan V upped the ante for the fastest graphics card in the world. Former Titan cards cost $1,000, and the Titan X and Xp moved the target a bit further north to $1,199. With the Titan V, Nvidia goes for a completely different class of users, checking in at a breezy $2,999. Who could possibly need such a graphics card? Well, not gamers—or at least, not people who are only interested in playing games. We didn't make Nvidia's shortlist for an initial Titan V sample—"it's not for gaming" was the curt response—but Falcon Northwest came through with a drool-worthy PC that kicks practicality to the curb and goes all-in on style and performance. The latest version of the company's Tiki naturally includes the Titan V, but the luxurious hardware doesn't stop there. The potent totem includes Intel's fastest CPU for gaming, the Core i7-8700K, paired with 32GB of DDR4-3200 CL14 RAM, and then forget about storage bottlenecks with … [Read more...] about The $3K Titan V is the fastest graphics card, even though it’s not for gaming
Intel has revealed full specifications and product details for its upcoming Core i7 G products shipping with Radeon RX Vega graphics - the fruits of an unprecedented collaboration between Chipzilla and its arch-rival, AMD. A total of five different SKUs are in the offing, with spec and power differentials that target a range of notebook segments and the desktop market. At the heart of each product is a quad-core Intel processor paired with RX Vega M graphics offering between 2.6 to 3.7 teraflops of peak GPU power, combined with 4GB of HBM2 memory. While five different versions of the new product are arriving, they are all based on the same core silicon with CPU clock-speed tweaks and adjustments to the speed, compute unit complement and memory bandwidth of the Radeon GPU. 100W and 65W power envelopes are the main differentiating factors here, where we should expect the former to run on larger 17-inch notebooks and desktops, with the latter skewed towards smaller laptop designs. In the … [Read more...] about Intel’s Core i7 with Radeon RX Vega graphics: full specs revealed