Xbox Series X launches Nov. 10 for $499

From CNET: Microsoft's Xbox Series X next gen console will be out Nov. 10 and cost $499 (£449/AU$749), it said Wednesday. That's the same day as the stripped down Series S, which costs $299.

You'll be able to preorder from Tuesday, Sept. 22. The consoles launch without Halo Infinite, a major...

Nintendo reportedly boosts Switch production as new model looms

From The Verge: Nintendo is said to be increasing its Switch production again, with a new Bloomberg report saying the company is asking its partners to manufacture as many as 30 million consoles this fiscal year. While Nintendo’s official forecast remains a conservative 19 million shipments...

Micron Launches Limited Edition Crucial Ballistix MAX 5100 Gaming DRAM

From Crucial Press Release: Crucial, Micron’s global consumer brand of computer memory and storage, today announced its limited edition Crucial Ballistix MAX 5100 gaming DRAM. Expanding on the award-winning legacy of the Crucial Ballistix product portfolio, this latest offering provides consumers...

Minecraft Is Adding PlayStation VR Support This Month

From PC Mag: Microsoft may be focused on dealing with interest in the now official Xbox Series S console today, but one of its game studios also made a major announcement on a different platform: Minecraft is adding support for PlayStation VR this month on PS4.

Roger Carpenter, game producer at...

Xbox Series S will launch at $299, Microsoft confirms

From CNET: YouTuber Brad Sams on Monday leaked an image of the long-rumored Xbox Series S -- a cheaper, less feature-heavy version of Xbox's next-generation console the Xbox Series X -- along with a price: $299. After a few hours of speculation, Microsoft tweeted a confirmation.

Yep, the Xbox...

Noctua NH-L9i chromax.black Review (Page 1 of 4)

If I were to ask a group of people what their favorite flavor of ice cream is, there would probably be many different answers. Interestingly enough, a 2018 YouGov survey polled American citizens, and fourteen percent of Americans preferred chocolate over vanilla, which came in second at thirteen percent. Looking further into the data, the younger age group of 18 to 34 preferred cookies and creme or cookie dough over the aforementioned flavors. On...

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