Monthly Archives: February 2020

Two Strange (and Huge) NVIDIA GPUs Spotted On GeekBench

Sporting up to 118 Compute Units and 24GB VRAM, the GPUs could be part of NVIDIA’s next-gen compute plans to replace the Volta V100 as well as figuring into the wider consumer market. Source: Vortex Hardware News

Organisers Postpone GDC 2020

A spate of developer and publisher withdrawals citing coronavirus-related health concerns during the week may have been the final straw. Source: Vortex Hardware News

Tech Round Up – 28-02-2020

Tech Round Up – 16-02-2020 to 28-02-2020 Source: Vortex Hardware News

EK Water Blocks Intros EK-Quantum Magnitude Series Water Blocks

EK Water Blocks introduces its latest addition to the Quantum Line of products – EK-Quantum Magnitude CPU water blocks. Source: Vortex Hardware News

Thermaltake Revisit the Commander Case Series with Three New Models

The Commander G Series is an updated take on the veteran Thermaltake Commander PC cases, now including Tempered Glass side panel, dust filtering, vertical GPU mounts and more. Source: Vortex Hardware News

AMD Address a Multitude of Issues in Latest Radeon Driver Update

Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition 20.2.2’s sole purpose is to squash bugs, and is cautiously released as an optional update for Radeon GPU owners. Source: Vortex Hardware News

ROCCAT Sponsors Dr Disrespect Becoming The Official Partner For Gaming Peripherals

Turtle Beach announces the official partnership between ROCCAT and Dr Disrespect, one of the top Twitch streamers today. Source: Vortex Hardware News

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Trial Weekend and Flash Sale

Ubisoft launches a free trial weekend for the critically acclaimed first-player shooter game Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 from February 27 until March 3, 2020. Players can also grab a copy of the standard edition for US$3 only until March

InnerSpace Now Free on the Epic Games Store

Innerspace is an indie exploration game by PolyKnight Games, focussing on player-driver moments both big and small. Source: Vortex Hardware News

SilentiumPC Stick with the Natissis Layout for their Latest Astrum PC Case

The Astrum AT6V series continues to make us of SilentiumPC’s Natissis two-chamber internal structure, offering a value-oriented take on high air flow design. Source: Vortex Hardware News