Fallout: New Vegas DLC Packs Detailed
The Bethesda Blog now offers details on three upcoming DLC packs for Fallout: New Vegas, Obsidian's action/RPG sequel, saying all three will receive simultaneous releases for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 for $9.99 USD (or 800 space bux) each.
Available on May 17, Honest Hearts takes you on an expedition to the unspoiled wilderness of Utah
Intel HD Graphics 184.108.40.2061 drivers
These are HD drivers for Intel integrated processor chipsets like in Core i3/i5/i7 Sandy bridge processors and Intel Core i3/i5 series 500/600 Dual-Core processors based on the Clarkdale core.
- Intel Wireless Display 2.1 with Blu-Ray playback enabled
- Enjoy all of your personal and online content on a big screen with a simple wireless connection. With a laptop featuring Intel Wireless Display and powered by a visibly smart 2nd generation Intel Core processor, you can sit back and experience your favorite movies, videos, photos, online shows and more on your TV with great image clarity and sound. More info.
- Intel Wireless Display features include: 1080p, HDCP 2.0 output protection, and <250ms Display latency for improved user interactivity.
- Intel WiDi now supports playback of protected content using Blu-ray Players and Intel Insider. More info.
- Intel InTru3D Stereoscopic 3D video playback over HDMI1.4 enabled. (Requires stereo 3D capable hardware and video playback software.)
- Left 4 Dead 2: Game now plays with correct brightness. Also fixes issue on multiple Source Engine titles (Alien Swarm, Counter-Strike, Half-Life 2, Portal)
- Mafia II: Game demo no longer crashing
- Dead Space: Artifacts appearing on certain scenes eliminated
- Prince of Persia: Eliminated artifacts exhibited when 4x anti-aliasing enabled
- Unigine: Heaven Benchmark 2.1 application now runs in OpenGL mode
- Dirt 2: Corrected textures and eliminated reflection artifacts seen during game play with DirectX 9 MSAA enabled
- Fallout: New Vegas: Fixed minor artifacts and pixel flickering
- Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts: Fixed minor terrain artifacts
- Split Second: Fixed artifacts and incorrect textures
- Fixed power management issues in 16-bit color depth mode.
- Fixed movie area shake when the overscan set
- Resolution now correctly reported as 1920x1080 when connected to a HDMI TV
- System now maintains correct display scaling after reboot.
- GOM Player: Video runs correctly in full screen mode.
- MPEG2: Fixed the occasional system hang while playing MPEG2 video.
- Corel VideoStudio Pro X4: Fixed occasional application crashes
- Display: Occasional notebook display flickering when running in battery mode corrected
- Display: Display now enumerates after resuming from Hibernate state (S4)
Download Intel HD Graphics 220.127.116.111 drivers
Download - Daum PotPlayer 1.5.28025 Updated
Supports almost every available video formats out there. PotPlayer contains internal codecs and there is no need to install codecs manually. Other key features include WebCam/Analog/Digital TV devices support, gapless video Playback, DXVA, live broadcasting. It's been described on the Internet as The KMPlayer redux, and it pretty much is. Distinctive features of the player is a high quality playback, support for all modern video and audio formats and a built DXVA video codecs. A comprehensive video and audio player, that also supports TV channels, subtitles and skins.
Key features of Daum PotPlayer:
- Support for most audio/video formats and DVD.
- Internal DXVA video codecs (H.264/AVC, VC-1, MPEG2) and EVR (Windows 7 only).
- Hi Quality playback and low resources usage.
- Support all types of subtitling.
- Skins, logos, color themes.
- Digital TV devices support. Live broadcasting.
- and much, much more...
LucidLogix Virtu on ASUS Z68 Motherboards
LucidLogix today announced that its
Gigabyte GB-AEBN All-In-One PC
GIGABYTE introduces a fully modulated AIO PC model to answer any requirements in the most time and cost efficient way. Whether you want a turnkey, a highly customized or only a barebone product, the GB-AEBN solution can answer your needs, as the entire system is broken down into integrated and standardized modules that can be easily and quickly upgraded or replaced. With this modulated concept, the specifications of the GB-AEBN can be calibrated towards the needs of any kind of end user, and therefore it can be suitable for your targets.
Thanks to its modulated concept, we are able to adapt most of the GB-AEBN parts to deliver any kind of end-user advantage, and you can easily modify them afterwards. The GB-AEBN solution supports components from any supplier complying to our product
Game releases for the coming week May 2 May 9
Of interest to history buffs this week will be the release of The History Channel
AMD Llano has Radeon HD 6550 graphics
AMD's pending Llano processors will get a very nice embedded GPU, for the integrated market segment that is.
Llano's embedded GPU carries the AMD Radeon SKU of HD 6550 as TechPowerUp reports: It will feature on AMD's Fusion A8-3550 and A8-3550P APUs, is DirectX 11 compliant, has 400 stream processors, and a core clock speed of 594 MHz.
It uses memory shared from the main memory, but in all likelihood, AMD might work on SidePort-based memory support. Further, the Radeon HD 6550 can work in tandem with discrete AMD Radeon HD 6570 and HD 6670 "Turks" based graphics cards in the same way as AMD's IGPs have been known to work with entry-level Radeon GPUs using Hybrid CrossFireX. When the HD 6550 iGPU is working in tandem with HD 6670 or HD 6570, the graphics hardware will be recognized as "Radeon HD 6690".
Intel Cedar Trail Atom details surface
AnandTech published details about Intel's upcoming "Cedar Trail" Atom processors, you can check it out over here. The core architecture remains unchanged, so CPU performance should be the same as previous Atom processors, only with higher clock speeds. We won
Phenom II X4 980 BE processor review
AMDs current Deneb core over the past year and a half has been optimized and fine-tuned in many ways. As such, and honestly completely unneeded, AMD did decide to make their fastest Phenom II X4 processor even a slight bit faster, yes today they release their Phenom II X4 980 Black Edition processor, which clocks in at chill 3.7 GHz at default.
Check out the review right here.
PCMark 7 launch date delayed
The new estimated launch time is either late this week or early next week. Guru3D will be an official mirror, so we'll keep the file-servers warmed up for speedy delivery ;)
AC Ryan PlayOn!HD 1TB and Mini review
With an all new updated firmware these products are fully fetched media streamers, they can sniff your network for photo's, music, but most of all these little kits are specialized high-definition content playback up-to 1080P, and that's where stuff gets interesting.
Along with the new firmware comes output quality, features and menu structure, that are just as good as any niche Home Theater PC build. With the most simple device costing less than 80 EUR, products like the ones shown today are just incredibly cheap whilst offering heaps of functionality and quality playback.
Check out the review right here.
AMD 900-Series Bulldozer Chipsets at Computex 2011
More news for Computex, it can be expected to see AMD 900 series motherboards as motherboard makers will introduce their first AM3+ Bulldozer solutions based on the 900-series chipset logic developed by AMD.
The 900-series will include three new motherboard chipsets, dubbed 990FX, 990X, and 970 and all of these support AM3+ processors as well as Nvidia's SLI technology. These motherboards are intended for the Bulldozer processors from AMD.
The major difference between the three chipsets is the amount of PCI Express lanes available as the 990FX features 40 such lanes that can be routed to run two PCI Express x16 slots or four PCIe x8 slots, while the 990X packs two PCIe x8 slots. The 990FX is compatible with two-way (2 x16) and three-way (3 x8) SLI setups.
All of the 900-series motherboard chipsets feature SATA 6Gbps with TRIM support, RAID 0/1/10/5, IOMMU I/O virtualization, as well as USB 3.0 support (via third party controllers). The 900-series motherboards are also compatible with older AM3 processors.
All the reports that have been arriving until now stated that Bulldozer is scheduled for an early June release
Portal 2 DLC coming this Summer; free of charge
In a press release today Valve gave us a glimspe into their first upcoming DLC for Portal 2. Doug Lombardi already let it slip in an interview that the first DLC was en route for a Summer release. But the best news of all is that Valve will be charging you exactly $0.00.
The DLC will feature new test chambers, leaderboards, challenge mode for single and multiplayer modes; and will be free across the board whether downloaded on PC, Mac, Xbox 360, or PS3.
Valve also made it known that Portal 2 is their fastest-selling game since the seminal Half-Life 2 back in 2004. The sequel to 2007?
Mobo makers to display Intel X79 Boards at COMPUTEX 2011
The Computex tradeshow in Taiwan starts in roughly four weeks, Guru3D will be there during the show. First announcements and rumors are already popping up. Motherboard companies are already warming up the attention to the X79 chipset. Motherboards based on this chip will be presented at Computex on May 31 - June 4, 2011.
Since Intel Z68 Express chipset is coming out in two weeks, motherboard makers have turned their attention to the X79 Express chipset and planned to showcase the boards during COMPUTEX Taipei 2011. If you are lucky enough, you can catch some running demos somewhere. Intel X79 boards will be ready as early as August and Sandy Bridge-E processor about a month after. Let's take a closer look at what this high end desktop chipset and Sandy Bridge-E processor have to offer.
PSN Gaming Services to Return This Week
Sony held a press conference in Tokyo today to provide more details about the PlayStation Network outage and their plans moving forward. There
Alpenföhn Peter high-end VGA cooler
Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon Official Trailer
In this movie, the Autobots and Decepticons become involved in a perilous space race between the U.S. and Russia, and once again human Sam Witwicky must help his robot friends defeat enemies like Shockwave.
Paramount is bringing Transformers 3 to theaters everywhere in 3D starting July 1st. Bring on summer!
D-Link DWA-121 Mini USB receiver manages up to 150Mbps
Handy .. D-Link presents the RangeBooster N 150 Micro-USB-adapter (DWA-121), a tiny USB receiver that promises wireless tranfer speeds of up to 150Mbps.
HIGH-SPEED WIRELESS NETWORKING
Connect to a high-speed wireless network with the D-Link Wireless N 150 Micro USB Adapter. The DWA-121 uses Wireless N 150 technology which provides increased speed and range over the 802.11g/b standard, giving you a faster, more reliable wireless connection. Wireless N 150 is an excellent solution for everyday activities such as transferring files, browsing the Internet, and downloading multimedia.
COMPACT AND CONVENIENT
The tiny DWA-121 easily connects your desktop or notebook PC to a wireless network for Internet access and file sharing. The Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) feature enables devices to quickly establish a secure connection to an access point or wireless router, eliminating the need for complex encryption codes.
CONNECT SECURELY TO YOUR WIRELESS NETWORK
To protect your data and privacy, the Wireless N 150 Micro USB Adapter supports WEP, WPA, and WPA2 encryption for connecting to a secure wireless network, keeping your network traffic secure.
The Wireless N 150 Micro USB Adapter provides a high-speed connection to other Wireless N 150 or 802.11n devices and is backward compatible with 802.11g/b, ensuring interoperability with a wide range of wireless routers and existing networks.
It will hit the market in May for around 31.95EUR (incl. VAT).