Tech News Weekly Round Up – Week Ending 17/05/24


Ghost of Tsushima will have a worldwide launch on PC – here are the unlock times

Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut will not be accessible for most of the day on release. The game launches tomorrow on Steam, bringing the game to PC for the first time, complete with the Iki Island

AMD officially launches the Ryzen 7 8700F and Ryzen 5 8400F worldwide

AMD's latest round of desktop APUs have officially arrived. The new Ryzen 7 8700F and Ryzen 5 8400F are now available worldwide, adding options without graphics to the existing Ryzen 8000G line-up.

Hellblade 2, Immortals of Aveum and more head to Game Pass this month

We've come up to the second half of the month, which means it is now time for a new wave of Xbox Game Pass titles to be announced. The big headliner here is Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2, the highly anticipated

Helldivers 2 surpasses 12 million copies sold

Helldivers 2 launched in February to a tremendous response from fans and critics alike. Now, during Sony’s recent quarterly earnings report, the company has confirmed that the game sold one million copies a

AMD Targets Intel Core i5 With $269 Ryzen 7 8700F & $169 Ryzen 5 8400F APUs, Up To 24% Faster Gaming Performance

AMD has officially launched its Ryzen 7 8700F & Ryzen 5 8400F APUs for DIY which target the Intel Core i5 mainstream CPU lineup. AMD's Ryzen 7 8700F & Ryzen 5 8400F APUs Officially Launched In Global

Corsair MP700 PRO SE 4TB Review

Corsair's latest SSD is the flagship drive of the PCIe Gen 5 MP700 product line. The MP700 PRO SE uses a combination of a Phison PS5026 controller and 232-layer NAND and is rated as up to

A new DOOM game appears to be around the corner

In recent years, a number of trademark filings have revealed new id Software releases ahead of announcement. Previously, we've seen the classic DOOM re-releases and Quake re-releases leaked this way. Now

Intel Unveils PCIe “Thermal Throttling” In Linux Driver Update, Targeted At PCIe 6.0 & PCIe 7.0 Standards

With PCIe standards seeing massive upgrades, temperature concerns have been associated with the ever-growing transfer speeds expected in upcoming standards such as PCIe 6.0 and PCIe 7.0, but Intel has

Nearly all Nintendo 64 games can now be recompiled into native PC ports to add proper ray tracing, ultrawide, high FPS, and more

N64 Recompiled by Mr. Wiseguy allows for the easy creation of native N64 ports and insertion of RT through Dario's RT64 renderer.

AMD RDNA 4 GPU Patches Sees Merging Into Mesa’s RadeonSI Linux Driver, VCN5 Encode/Decode Capabilities Revealed

AMD's initial support for its next-gen RDNA 4 GPUs & its VCN5 hardware has finally been merged into the RadeonSI OpenGL driver at Linux, marking the firm's leap into the future. AMD Looks To Show

Cringey retro computing band 'Windows95man' goes viral, takes 19th place at Eurovision 2024

Hopes of triumph for Finland's retro computing flag bearer Windows95man crashed (pun intended), with the crazy pop act ending the night placed 19 out of 25 finalists.

Full scan of 1 cubic millimeter of brain tissue took 1.4 petabytes of data, equivalent to 14,000 4K movies — Google's AI experts assist researchers

Harvard researchers teamed up with Google machine learning minds to study a cubic millimeter of a healthy human brain, mapping out each of its connections and blood vessels, a process taking up wild

If you think PCIe 5.0 runs hot, wait till you see PCIe 6.0's new thermal throttling technique

If you think PCIe 5.0 runs hot, wait till you see the thermal throttling for PCIe 6.0.

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