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Doom on PC will have unlocked FPS

Id Software’s Tiago Sousa announced on Twitter that Doom on PC will have unlocked FPS at launch, unlike the 60FPS limit for the beta edition of the game. It looks like the FPS lock during the beta stage is due to an older version of the idTech game engine. From the tweet: >Happy that

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TSMC’s Q1 2016 revenues down 18%

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company announced its Q1 2016 earnings, and revenues are down 18% from the same period a year ago. The chip vendor managed $6.29 billion in overall revenues, with $2 billion in net profit and an operating profit of 34%. A decline in demand for high-end mobile SoCs

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Intel

Intel’s ‘Tick-Tock’ strategy winds down as focus shifts to ‘Process-Architecture-Optimization’

Intel's Tick-Tock strategy of introducing an updated manufacturing process in one product cycle, while launching a new microarchitecture in the next, is coming to an end. Intel faced significant roadblocks in sticking to a two-year release cadence for a new microarchitecture, with the vendor finally admitting late last year that the eventual shift

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Gaming

Asus’ gaming-centric MG28UQ 4K monitor now official

Asus has unveiled its latest monitor aimed at a gaming audience, the MG28UQ. The 28-inch monitor offers 4K resolution on a TN-film panel, with 10-bit color and a response time as low as 1ms. Maximum brightness is at 330 cd/m², and you get dynamic mega-contrast, flicker-free LED backlighting, frame-rate counter and a built-in display calibration utility.

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Gaming

ViewSonic launches a FreeSync-enabled 4K gaming monitor

ViewSonic has launched three new gaming monitors, with the high-end variant offering a 4K panel. The XG2401, XG2701 and XG2700-4K are the new models, with all three monitors featuring AMD's FreeSync technology, which eliminates screen tearing by syncing framerates between the video card and the monitor. All monitors also feature ViewSonic's SmartSync technology,

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