Category: DX12

Fully Fonctioning 329 USD MacOS Laptop!

    What is it? The HacBook Elite, which is a Fully Fonctioning 329 USD MacOS Laptop, is a so-called Hackintosh laptop that’s capable to run macOS and is quick enough to boot in only 15 seconds. It comes inside a HP laptop case and is fully upgradable after purchase, just like any Windows PC. All other specifications are roughly as good as an entry-level MacBook Pro, except for notable parts like the Retina display.       How do they achieve this price point? Why aren’t all Macbooks 329USD! The answer is clear and simple: Apple’s products suck...

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GTX 1080 Official Benchmarks : The new performance king

The wait is over! The new Pascal GPU, the GTX 1080, hits the market today and the NDA has been lifted on every content creator that had the chance to get a 1080 before launch. So have Nvidia’s claims been true? Let’s first get a physical tour of the GPU itself. This is the newly redesigned shroud for the cooler that will be introduced with the new Pascal GPUs. It has a cast aluminum body with some plastic parts near the cooler and, as you probably have already noticed, the thing has a bunch of triangles. The sporty design...

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Microsoft’s Gears Of War is a DX12 disaster!

As PC gamers, we all cheered when Microsoft announced that they’re planning to capitalize on the PC gaming market and get back to the game and pushed out DX12 and announced that several former XBox exclusives are coming to PC. We all waited, with our hopes skyhigh for the new revolutionary API with all the new things that it brought to the table in their highly anticipated game: Gears Of War Ultimate Edition. Unfortunately, we got slapped in the face by Microsoft, going as far as having V-Sync enabled and no option to disable it, no Sli support, no...

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