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Rumors On Upcoming Releases
Walk on Mars using the Oculus Rift and Omni treadmill August 6, 2013 at 11:47 amThe Oculus Rift is still in development kit mode, with no timetable for an official retail release on the horizon. When the Rift tech demos work, they work well, but they very simple and often don allow the user to do much. NASA got ahold of a Rift and an Omni a multidirectional treadmill and created a tech demo in which you can walk around on Mars. The truth is more complicated.
Xbox One is built to last for 10 years while powered on, sources say August 2, 2013 at 1:31 pmIt seems Microsoft learned its lesson with the high failure rates of Xbox 360s, and plans on keeping the hardware lowpower, cool, and well ventilated. Reportedly, Microsoft wants each Xbox One system to last for ten years even with the console turned on the entire time.
Xbox One and PS4 hardware specs are the same, says John Carmack August 2, 2013 at 11:29 amAccording to John Carmack, the PS4 and Xbox One hardware is the same. This comes at an interesting time, as Microsoft has just boosted the Xbox One GPU to keep up with the PS4 significantly 50% more powerful GPU. In the same keynote talk, Carmack makes two other interesting observations: Three or four years ago, he thought that Intel would make a play for the console space with its nowDOA Larrabee GPU or, alternatively, that the Xbox One and PS4 could easily have been based on architectures with ARM cores and whole bunch of PowerVR graphics cores. Today, Microsoft confirms that the console GPU will receive a modest boost in power.
Nvidia Shield benchmarked and torn down: Is this the first and last Tegra 4 device? August 1, 2013 at 10:36 amYesterday, Nvidia Shield handheld game console was finally released to the public and today, it has been torn down and benchmarked, revealing impressive performance figures for the Tegra 4 SoC first outing. The first batch of Shield reviews were generally negative, citing a high price and limited games library, but they did all agree on one positive point: The crippling lack of functionality aside, the hardware itself is seriously impressive.
DIY external Thunderbolt GPU turbocharges MacBook Air graphics performance by 7X July 31, 2013 at 9:30 amAn enthusiast gamer and Macbook Air gamer has worked out a method for combining an external desktop GPU, various adapters, and a Thunderbolt controller on Windows 7. The performance gains are substantial how long before Intel starts approving official solutions?
PS4 vs. Xbox One performance compared, using representative PC hardware July 30, 2013 at 11:23 amThe Xbox One and PS4 have very similar hardware specs. When it comes to the GPUs, however, there a clearcut leader: the GPU in the PS4 has 50% higher peak performance than the GPU in the Xbox One. As you probably know, though, peak performance isn an indicator of realworld frame rate improvements or image quality that why Digital Foundry set out to replicate the Xbox One and PS4, using PC hardware, to see whether the PS4 actually has the edge.
New PS4 details: 2,000 friend slots, crossgame chat is free for all, DualShock 3 not compatible July 29, 2013 at 3:10 pmWe only four months away from the presumed launch of the next generation of game consoles, and the internet is clamoring for new information. In response, Sony has deemed fit to post a video answering some of the most burning questions surrounding the PS4. From the number of slots on the PSN friends list to the existence of 3D games, this video from PlayStation Access covers a lot of ground.
Goodbye 4K: $17,000 12K gaming PC pushes 1.5 billion pixels per second July 26, 2013 at 2:15 pm4K displays are slowly trickling out, and slowly trickling down in price. The problem with the resolution, though, is that not only are the displays very expensive, but there isn really any native 4K media. Some games and videos look fine when upscaled to 4K, but that not true 4K. Though the resolution is still too young to even have native media, one man decided 4K was a thing of the past, and built a 12K gaming PC.