One modding team is working on implementing Fallout New Vegas in the Fallout 4 engine, but a total conversion is outside the scope of the current project. Early work still looks gorgeous and hopefully one day we'll see an updated version of Obsidian's RPG. The post One Modder’s Quest: Recreate Parts of Fallout New Vegas Inside Fallout 4 appeared first on ExtremeTech.
I wouldn’t claim NVIDIA is keeping up the pressure with their driver releases, but they are keeping a good pace releasing their second driver update this month. The beginning of this month saw the initial Release 381 driver branch published...Show More Summary
Nvidia has teamed up with Oculus once again to announce a limited time offer of three free VR games with the purchase of qualifying GPUs and systems.
An Early Access Program is now available for Wave Computing's machine learning solution, which is a compute appliance that can deliver high performance and scalability for training neural networks.
MSI announced a trio of new 200 Series 'OPT BOOST' motherboards that will be bundled with a pre-installed 16GB Intel Optane Memory module.
AMD's new Radeon Pro Duo isn't as fast as the Radeon Pro Duo it launched last year -- but it does offer 4x the RAM, a significantly reduced price, and much lower power consumption. The post AMD’s New Radeon Pro Duo is Slower, Cheaper Than Its Predecessor appeared first on ExtremeTech.
A recent report by the United Kingdom's' National Crime Agency claims that young people are being indoctrinated into hacking crimes via gaming cheat websites and modding forums.
CI Games' latest title will put you in Georgia to take down a separatist group and to find your lost brother.
What happens when you take 60 IBM POWER processors and 120 Nvidia GPUs up against a massive 716,800 processor supercomputer? You smash a record.
The company said it's taken user feedback into account with the update's rollout and used that information to decide what systems are ready for the next version of Windows. These safeguards are supposed to protect you from issues with specific hardware.
The free update for all players also includes a new map called Urban for multiplayer and Survival modes.
Waymo, which was spun-off from Google X's self-driving car project, has started offering regular folks a lift in its driverless vehicles. The post Waymo now offering free rides in self-driving cars for Phoenix residents appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Although a bit late to the party, Biostar is launching its own Radeon RX500 cards, including one RX570 with an aftermarket cooler.
The game also received other improvements, such as the ability to choose between its three musical themes, to help fine-tune the experience.
SK Hynix has announced production on GDDR6 with launches expected in early 2018 -- but wasn't HBM2 supposed to obviate the need for higher-speed conventional memory? The post SK Hynix Will Launch GDDR6 in 2018, But What About HBM2? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Nvidia released the new Nvidia Game Ready driver for "Heroes of the Storm 2.0" and "Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War 3."
Twisted Pixel and Oculus Studios collaborated to bring a deep, story-driven, psychological thriller set in the 1940s to life in VR. If you like frightening mysteries, "Wilson’s Heart" should be right up your alley.
Delaying an expansion isn't particularly uncommon. But this particular DLC was teased in the ending of "Resident Evil 7: Biohazard" with the Spring 2017 release date, so it wouldn't have been unreasonable to assume "Not A Hero" was almost finished.
The system works by measuring electrical signals generated when you look around, speak, or change your facial expression. That data is then translated into commands for the Gear VR HMD, which in turn allows you to experience VR without moving your hands.
Amazon is studying self-driving vehicles. The goal (probably): Amazon's own fleet of self-driving vehicles to speed delivery. Pretty soon, no more need for UPS or FedEx. The post Amazon Ponders Self-Driving Vehicles for More Efficient, Cheaper Delivery appeared first on ExtremeTech.