NVIDIA’s RTX 3060 will run an affordable $329, releases February 2021

NVIDIA has revealed the successor to their entry-level GTX 1060 GPU line with the all-new RTX 3060, which comes with an affordable cost, and some powerful specs.

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood has received RTX and DLSS support on PC


Wolfenstein: Youngblood fans can take advantage of the latest update for Wolfenstein: Youngblood, which enables NVIDIA ray tracing support for PC users as well as the ability for fans without RTX to enjoy some overall improvements to the game.

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Square Enix and NVIDIA Team Up for the PC Version of Shadow of the Tomb Raider


Square Enix, Eidos-Montréal, and Crystal Dynamics have announced that they will be teaming up with NVIDIA in order to develop the PC version of Shadow of the Tomb Raider in order to optimize the game for the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-series GPUS for gamers across the world.

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Should NVIDIA’s GeForce Now Replace High-End Gaming PCs?


In recent days, it’s almost hard to imagine buying an Nvidia or AMD GPU due to the unexpected inflation in hardware cost due to the now ever-so-popular cryptocurrency mining craze that has taken the world by storm. It’s gotten to the point that even Forbe’s P.C. hardware enthusiast Jason Evangelho has begun covering on how to avoid the ever-rising cost of NVIDIA and AMD GPU’s clear down to the point of simply buying a pre-constructed PC from their manufacturers for under $800 USD.

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B.A.T.G.R. Enters PC Gaming With a Custom Rig Named Scarlet


As most of you know, Blast Away has always been primarily a console gaming review site. We do reviews on PS3, PS4, X-box One and Nintendo Switch. We have enjoyed the life of console gaming, but after my first trip to Quakecon in 2014, I decided I had to one day build a gaming PC in order to expand our range of gaming and to be able to say I did it.

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AMD’s Radeon Vega Frontier Beats Nvidia’s GTX 1080 in 4K Test Playing DOOM


There’s no doubt that id Software’s DOOM is one of the most beautiful games in recent years. It’s a game that is – artistically speaking – one of the most demanding games out there to date. It’s a game that pushes PC hardware to the limits when it comes to 4K gaming as many know. It is even a game that has become one to benchmark your 4K PC builds with if you want to know what your computer can handle.

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