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Origin EVO17-S (2022) review

gaming laptop that you get if building your own PC or buying a prebuilt isn't feasible at the moment. With graphics card prices finally returning to something like their MSRP and availability starting to become regular again, a gaming laptop isn't a cheat to powerful PC gaming. It's a choice to keep that power mobile […]Read More

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How to complete the Empty Grief challenge in Destiny 2

Calus Bobbleheads, or if you've just started, you might also want to know what Opulent Keys and chests are and how to open them for loot. (Image credit: Bungie) Destiny 2 Empty Grief: How to complete the challenge  It's hard to tell if this was intentional or not, but the reason why the challenge isn't […]Read More

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Microphones are the new gaming status symbol

r/Battlestations, you will notice a new omnipresent trend: massive, studio-ready microphones perched on everyone's desks, as if the owners are about to either record a podcast or play 10 hours of Apex Legends for a live audience. Mics are everywhere. They are now a stylistic orthodoxy, like wearing a pocket square to a wedding. There […]Read More

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Wrath of the Lich King is where WoW Classic starts

this was WoW's greatest era. But the expansion also introduced some features, most notably the 'Looking For Group' option, which have long been blamed for WoW losing that early sense of community (rightly or wrongly). In other words, some see WotLK as WoW's golden age. And others see it as the moment when WoW began […]Read More

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Intel’s 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPUs will continue to support

13th Gen Raptor Lake CPU family will continue to support DDR4. According to a leaked list of as yet unreleased Asrock Z790 and H770 motherboards, there will be many 700-series motherboards that retain support for DDR4 memory. Asrock will certainly not be the only manufacturer to offer it. The list comes from Videocardz (via Computerbase.de). […]Read More

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Instead of Fallout 5, I wish Bethesda would make literally

Bethesda will be making Fallout 5. That's pretty tough for Fallout fans to get excited about because development won't start until “after” The Elder Scrolls 6, which itself is still mostly likely several years down the road. Meaning we might see Fallout 5… sometime after 2030? You can't really get stoked for something that's probably […]Read More