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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Intel has released a new automatic overclocking tool that might actually be worth using, provided you meet the rather stringent requirements for doing so. Historically, automatic overclocking options offered by manufacturers have never been worth using in my own opinion.
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The Atari 520ST was Atari’s first 16-bit salvo in the personal computer wars of the 1980s. A new book by ExtremeTech Editor-in-Chief Jamie Lendino shows the tremendous influence the ST had on both gaming and music production. The Atari ST, largely forgotten today, was an incredible computer. Hot on the heels of Apple’s 1984 Macintosh,
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There are now over eight hundred Pokemon, and finally, the dam has burst. On what some fans are marking as a black day, it’s been confirmed that in Pokemon Sword and Shield you won’t be able to catch ’em all. But, really, we all should’ve seen this coming. Truth be told, I’ve been anticipating this
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By Natalie Clayton, Tuesday, 11 June 2019 08:50 GMT Dig out those Wiimotes, dancers. What’s a Ubisoft E3 show without a Just Dance musical number? And what’s Just Dance without the Nintendo Wii? Every Just Dance game in the series’ ten-year history has hit Nintendo’s motion-control phenomenon. Last night, a platform list at the end
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Google has finally revealed its pricing structure for Stadia, and it’s a bit disappointing. We all hoped for a “Netflix for games” with a single all-you-can-play subscription. However, Stadia has both subscriptions and per-game purchases. Stadia probably won’t set the
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