Tech News Weekly Round Up – Week Ending 09/06/23


No Man’s Sky gets another major update

No Man’s Sky is the gift that keeps on giving. Just two months after its last major patch (the Interceptor Update), Hello Games have simultaneously announced and released their next big update –

Seagate Reveals HAMR HDD Roadmap: 32TB First, 40TB Follows

Seagate unwraps some of its short-term HAMR plans, keeps betting on the technology.

Desktop GPU Sales Lowest In Decades: Report

Intel continues to solidify positions on the desktop discrete GPU market as sales of graphics cards shrink.

Alleged AMD Zen 5 CPU Spotted With 8 Cores & 16 Threads, Could Be The First Chips In Lab

Two alleged entries of AMD's next-gen Zen 5 CPUs have been spotted which include an SKU with 8 cores and 16 threads. AMD's Next-Gen Zen 5 CPU With 8 Cores & 16 Threads Spotted: Nirvana Running In

Runway's Powerful Gen-2 Text-to-Video Tool Now Available to Everyone for Free

The tool creates 4-second MP4 videos based on your commands.

BioWare is moving on from Star Wars: The Old Republic as game moves to new studio

For over a decade, BioWare has handled the development of Star Wars: The Old Republic, keeping it up to date with new content and expansions. Now, BioWare might be ready to move on, with EA

U.S. Semiconductor Fab Boom Kicks Off

Spending on fab equipment continues to grow, despite macroeconomic challenges.

Diablo 4 is Blizzard’s fastest selling game of all time

While those who forked out for the pricey Digital Deluxe or Ultimate editions of Diablo IV have been playing for a few days already, the standard edition release and official launch are happening today.

DLSS is now in over 300 games and apps

Nvidia has been rapidly improving DLSS adoption since its launch in 2018. While the technology started off small, with support in just a handful of games with developer support from Nvidia. Nowadays,

AMD confirms Zen 5 and improved Navi 3 for Ryzen 8000 processors

During a recent Meet The Expert webcast, AMD shared an updated roadmap that revealed some exciting details about the future of its AM5 desktop socket. The leaked roadmap shared on social media

Pentium III Computer Rocks Teddy Bear Case

Clint Basinger of LGR has restored a teddy bear computer featuring a Pentium III processor inside, complete with full furry bear-themed housing.

Street Fighter 6 Fans Are Making Characters Based On Famous People, Like Taylor Swift

Street Fighter 6’s character creator is one of the best parts of an excellent game. On top of its tools having enough precise detail that you can create near-perfect replicas of just about anyone you want, the

TSMC Has Plans for Price Hikes up to 6% Next Year, Says Report

TSMC has been discussing price rises with many large clients, indicating that those agreeable to the rises will be better placed to reserve production.

AMD Confirms Ryzen 8000 AM5 Processors With Zen 5 CPU and Navi 3.5 Graphics

Ryzen 8000 desktop processors featured on new AMD AM5 roadmap will offer up to 16 Zen 5 cores and die-shrunk Navi 3.5 graphics.

GTA 6: On a Budget of $2 Billion, Will the Gameplay Feature Cuba?

A recent leak suggested that Rockstar Games’ parent company Take-Two Interactive is building GTA 6 with a budget between $1 billion to $2 billion. If true, the next installment will be the most expensive game ever made leaving behind Star Citizen at $550 million. Reports

How To Crop and Zoom in OBS

Save yourself some time and learn how to crop and zoom sources into your OBS scenes.

NVIDIA CEO, Jensen Huang, Says Next-Gen GPU Will Be Made By TSMC

NVIDIA's CEO, Jensen Huang, revealed during a Q&A at Computex that his company's next-gen GPUs will be made at TSMC. NVIDIA Next-Gen GPUs To Made At TSMC But Open To Build Chips At Other Fabs Too

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