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Nvidia drops GeForce driver support for 32-bit operating systems, Fermi graphics cards

Nvidia drops GeForce driver support for 32-bit operating systems, Fermi graphics cards | PCWorld ‘);IDG.GPT.addDisplayedAd(“gpt-superstitial”,”true”);$(‘#gpt-superstitial’).responsiveAd({screenSize:’971 1115′,scriptTags:[]});IDG.GPT.log(“Creating ad: gpt-superstitial [971 1115]”);}catch(exception){console.log(“Error with IDG.GPT: “+exception);} Game Ready no more. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. By Brad Chacos Senior Editor, PCWorld | Apr 9, 2018 8:57 AM PT Nvidia “);});try{$(“div.lazyload_blox_ad”).lazyLoadAd({threshold:0,forceLoad:false,onLoad:false,onComplete:false,timeout:1500,debug:false,xray:false});}catch(exception){console.log(“error loading lazyload_ad “+exception);}}); It’s the end of not one, but two eras for GeForce graphics cards. In a pair of support articles updated…

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Upgrade to a big-screen 4K display for just $260 with this Staples deal

‘);IDG.GPT.addDisplayedAd(“gpt-superstitial”,”true”);$(‘#gpt-superstitial’).responsiveAd({screenSize:’971 1115′,scriptTags:[]});IDG.GPT.log(“Creating ad: gpt-superstitial [971 1115]”);}catch(exception){console.log(“Error with IDG.GPT: “+exception);} Upgrading to a pixel-packed 4K setup usually costs an arm and a leg, but prices have been slowly dropping down, and today, Staples has a nice deal on a big-screen 4K display that won’t break the bank. The office supplies retailer is selling the Dell S2817Q, a 28-inch 4K monitor, for $260. That’s nearly 50 percent off its list price, and $170 cheaper than you can get it direct from Dell.…

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Watch us build an over-the-top RGB PC

‘);IDG.GPT.addDisplayedAd(“gpt-superstitial”,”true”);$(‘#gpt-superstitial’).responsiveAd({screenSize:’971 1115′,scriptTags:[]});IDG.GPT.log(“Creating ad: gpt-superstitial [971 1115]”);}catch(exception){console.log(“Error with IDG.GPT: “+exception);} Whether you love them or hate them, it’s hard to ignore the number of PC components with RGB lights. Multi-colored PC lighting has crept into almost every category out there—even sound cards and power supplies. What’s less clear is just how easy it is to build a system entirely of RGB parts and then simultaneously control all of the lighting. So to put it to the test, we’re building a PC that houses…

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Intel’s Kaby Lake-G mystery: Why Radeon Vega M may be more Polaris than Vega

Intel’s Kaby Lake-G chip harbors a mystery. PCWorld has learned the company’s exciting CPU/GPU combo chip may actually be based on AMD’s older-generation Polaris cores rather than the newest Vega cores.  This revelation doesn’t change how we feel about the chip, having already tested it (and liked it) in Intel’s Hades Canyon NUC, which earned an Editors’ Choice award. But an industry-standard system utility identifies the Kaby Lake-G as having an AMD Polaris bloodline. And we’ve discovered other evidence suggesting the chip’s GPU…

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A 4K, HDR Dell UltraSharp monitor is $240 off, and comes with a $200 gift card

A 4K, HDR Dell UltraSharp monitor is $240 off, and comes with a $200 gift card | PCWorld ‘);IDG.GPT.addDisplayedAd(“gpt-superstitial”,”true”);$(‘#gpt-superstitial’).responsiveAd({screenSize:’971 1115′,scriptTags:[]});IDG.GPT.log(“Creating ad: gpt-superstitial [971 1115]”);}catch(exception){console.log(“Error with IDG.GPT: “+exception);} The Dell U2718Q 4K monitor plus a $200 Dell eGift card is $500 on Dell.com today. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. By Ian Paul Contributor, PCWorld | Apr 6, 2018 7:06 AM PT Dell “);});try{$(“div.lazyload_blox_ad”).lazyLoadAd({threshold:0,forceLoad:false,onLoad:false,onComplete:false,timeout:1500,debug:false,xray:false});}catch(exception){console.log(“error loading lazyload_ad “+exception);}}); High-dynamic range displays deliver stunningly…

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Boost your setup with big deals on near-perfect G.Skill gaming peripherals

Boost your setup with big deals on near-perfect G.Skill gaming peripherals | PCWorld ‘);IDG.GPT.addDisplayedAd(“gpt-superstitial”,”true”);$(‘#gpt-superstitial’).responsiveAd({screenSize:’971 1115′,scriptTags:[]});IDG.GPT.log(“Creating ad: gpt-superstitial [971 1115]”);}catch(exception){console.log(“Error with IDG.GPT: “+exception);} Amazon and Newegg have hot deals G.Skill gaming peripherals that earned near-perfect PCWorld reviews. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. By Ian Paul Contributor, PCWorld | Apr 5, 2018 7:08 AM PT Hayden Dingman/IDG “);});try{$(“div.lazyload_blox_ad”).lazyLoadAd({threshold:0,forceLoad:false,onLoad:false,onComplete:false,timeout:1500,debug:false,xray:false});}catch(exception){console.log(“error loading lazyload_ad “+exception);}}); If you’re looking to upgrade from the ho-hum peripherals that came…

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MSI Vortex G25VR Review & Rating

MSI has a reputation for making edgy-looking desktops, and the Vortex G25VR (starts at $1,499; $1,999 as tested) is no exception. This game-console-like device, with its hard-hitting combo of an Intel Core i7-8700 six-core processor and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 8GB graphics card, packs a lot of power into a small footprint. The Corsair One Pro, with its sky-high level of power in a compact, classy design, remains our Editors’ Choice for small-form-factor gaming desktops, but the G25VR’s intriguing…

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Lenovo IdeaCentre 520 AIO (27-Inch) Review & Rating

The 27-inch Lenovo IdeaCentre 520 AIO (starts at $1,099.99; $1,749.99 as tested) is a handsome, modern desktop that checks a lot of boxes for all-in-one buyers—sleek design, stellar touch display, and strong performance. The 520 features a desktop Core i7 rather than the mobile processor found in most AIOs, and a 2TB hard drive teamed with 16TB of Intel Optane memory for some of the speed of a solid-state drive. But it lacks the interior accessibility and upgradeability of our…

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Intel finishes Spectre patching, some older CPUs won’t receive planned updates

Intel’s months-long marathon of releasing CPU microcode patches to protect against critical Meltdown and Spectre exploits is ending, but some older processors that were promised firmware updates won’t be receiving them. The chipmaker’s latest microcode revision update now says planned revisions are “stopped” for CPUs based on the Penryn (2007), Yorkfield (2007), Wolfdale (2007), Bloomfield (2008), Clarksfield (2009), Jasper Forest (2010), and Atom “SoFIA” (2015), as Tom’s Hardware first noticed. Here’s Intel’s explanation of the new status: “After a comprehensive…

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