Archive for December 2018

Happy New Year 2019 from

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The first countries have already moved into the year 2019, on behalf of, we wish you a terrific new year, good health, happiness, and lots of cool new hardware to fool around alongside the hottest PC games of course. 2018 was amazing, we do not expect 2019 to be any different with new technology releases. On behalf of the staff, we want to say to you, that you guys for your support, have a great one and be careful with fireworks you guys!


Guru3D 2018 December 31 - Win an ASUS ROG Strix H370-F Gaming / Core i9 9900K & Sniper-X memory

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We made it, it's the last day of the year and as such, we'll have our last competition. Up-to December 31st you will have had a chance of winning something. Today you can win an ASUS Republic Of Gamers Strix H370-F Gaming motherboard. However, Guru3D will be fitting that mobo with a Core i9 9900K and 16 GB G.Skill Sniper-X 3600 MHz DDR4 memory.

Roomba script can create Doom levels based on your house

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Many people have a Roomba to vacuum their houses, guess what? Meet Doomba, a script that uses the popular Roomba vacuuming robots to create levels for Doom, the classic first-person shooter.

The 2018 Steam Charts are here

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The Steam Blog takes a look back at this past year with some "best of 2018" lists, covering the Top Selling GamesTop Selling New ReleasesTop Selling VR TitlesTop Early Access Grads, and one last one that doesn't reward sales, Most Played Games of 2018

Download: NVIDIA GeForce 417.58 hotfix driver

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Just in time for the new year NVIDIA released a GeForce 417.58 hotfix driver. It fixes several issues, among them Black screen when resuming from monitor sleep on some DisplayPort displays and Shadow of the Tomb Raider crashes no longer.


Founders edition GeForce RTX 2060 photos get posted

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A week and a half prior to its assumed reveal, Videocardz posted photos of the upcoming GeForce RTX 2060. From the looks of things, the card would see a release at the start of CES.