Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

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Forum Post Claims Z390 Chipset, Intel 8-Core CPUs Coming To Market Next Year

It seems Eurocom is skipping the forthcoming Z370 in favor of the Z390 chipset. The representative also claims the Z390 motherboards support 8C/16T processors and will arrive in 2H 2018.

Chrome Continues To Be The Most Secure Browser, Confirms New Research

German security firm X41 D-Sec published a paper in which it unveiled that although both Chrome and Edge use many modern security features to keep attacks away, Chrome employs stronger security defaults and has better compartmentalization for content.

Pimax 8K HMD Available For Preoder Through Kickstarter (Update: A New SKU Emerges)

Pimax announced that it is now accepting preorders for its 5K and 8K VR HMDs through a Kickstarter campaign. The company is seeking $200,000, and if it succeeds, it expects to ship the first run of Pimax 8K HMDs by the end of the year.

‘Overwatch’ Update Introduces Junkertown, Hero Changes

"Overwatch" was updated with a new map, Junkertown, as well as changes to Mercy and D.Va that will dramatically change how the game is played.

‘Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ Trailer Shows Off Brutal Combat

You'll need to use every weapon in your arsenal to take down the Nazi invaders.

Intel Displays 10nm Cannon Lake Wafer, First Signs Of PCIe 4.0, $1 Billion AI Investment

Intel displayed a 10nm Cannon Lake wafer at TMD and unveiled details of its new "Falcon Mesa" FPGA which is Intel's first processor to bear the PCIe 4.0 interface.

Best Gaming CPUs

Here are the best gaming CPUs for the money. These processors offer the best performance at their price and are suitable for overclocking.

‘Robinson: The Journey’ Gets Motion Controls, Debuts On Vive

Two years ago, Crytek told us that it was developing Robinson: The Journey for PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive. Today, Crytek finally released the game for the third platform.

Avast Reveals More Details About CCleaner Malware Incident

Avast claimed that the Piriform servers were compromised before acquiring the company, and that it was quick to patch the software after learning about the malware. However, it was a different security company that discovered the malware first.

Square Enix Mechs Up With ‘Left Alive’ For PC, PS4

Square Enix calls it a "survival action shooter."