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Intel Introduce ARC Graphics Driver Update That Includes A 3DMark Cheat Toggle

Notorious merchant, Ryan Shrout obviously has been hard at work coming up with new inventive ways of increasing the “real world performance” capabilities of Intel’s woeful ARC Alchemist graphics cards. “ADDING CORE-COUNT JUST BECAUSE YOU CAN… DOESN’T RESULT IN BETTER PERFORMANCE.” Ryan Shrout, Chief Performance Strategeist, Intel With their recent (Chinese) release of the ARC […]

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IT’S REAL(LY FUCKING SLOW) – ASUS Intel Iris Xe DG1 Discrete GPU Performance Tested from CyberPowerPC OEM System

A little while back it became apparent that Intel had actually managed to find an OEM partner to dump its Iris Xe-LP based “DG1” discrete graphics cards in the form of a CyberPowerPC pre-built system. This was discovered a little over a month ago and since then nothing really came from it, with nobody generally […]

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Performance Leaked on 3DMark and UNIGINE Superposition – Slower Than RTX 2060 Super

With the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 being officially released tomorrow, and the fact that countless sources have already gouged its prices some even going as far to sell the RTX 3060 to customers before its official release. So it comes as no surprise that performance figures whether they be synthetic or not come to surface […]

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AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT Shatters 3DMark Fire Strike World Record – 2.8GHz on LN2 – Aftermarket Models Reaching 2650MHz on Air

AMD’s latest release of the RX 6800 and 6800 XT have been met with high praise offering competitive or outright superior performance relative to NVIDIA’s own RTX 3000 series graphics cards across various differing resolutions. So it comes as no surprises really, well maybe a little surprise when the RX 6800 XT shatters the world […]

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Various Benchmark Results Of AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Submitted To HWBot – 4.7GHz, Single Core 4.95GHz – Cinebench & Geekbench 3 Put To The Test

It would appear that a very certain lucky individual has come across a legitimate retail unit of an AMD Ryzen 5 5600X processor just before its actual review date. And what better thing to do than to pump out its performance results on the only place that truly matters for overclockers. HWBOT. HWBot is quite […]

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NVIDIA Ampere Time Spy Results Almost Certainly Real – Futuremark Rushes To Fix Datamining Exploit For 3DMark

One of the most devastating things a hardware manufacturer can endure is having leaks and rumours surface online in regards to your future unannounced products. It’s one thing for them to surface, it’s another entirely for them to be accurate. On a continuation from our previous post in regards of a unknown graphics card entry […]

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