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Bloodborne’s most hardcore players find new secrets three years after release

Bloodborne’s most hardcore players find new secrets three years after release

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Bloodborne’s “Tomb Prospectors” have spent years navigating the game’s enigmatic dungeons, hoping to find something new. They’ve conquered and categorized hundreds of dungeons, with every creature, trap, and territory seemingly known and accounted for. They’ve played Bloodborne enough that the player-led group might know the hardcore action game better than the creators, From Software. And […]

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ASRock Rack Goes AMD: EPYCD8 Workstation Motherboard

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One of the lesser known companies to play in the server space is ASRock Rack, a subsidiary of the consumer focused ASRock. Much like other smaller server platform providers, ASRock Rack typically provides systems based on customer specific requirements but also offers motherboards, chassis, and various designs to distributors and end users. Up until this […]

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Basemark Releases New “Basemark GPU” Mobile and PC Benchmark

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Today Basemark released a new cross-platform benchmark, aptly named Basemark GPU. The new benchmark is a result of what is claimed to be two and a half years of development. The key characteristic of Basemark GPU is that it’s aiming for all platforms and graphics APIs – with different workload complexities depending on wether you’re […]

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Amazon’s clothing try-on service opens up to all Prime subscribers today

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Amazon’s clothing try-on service, Prime Wardrobe, is opening up to all Prime subscribers today. Prime Wardrobe had a soft launch last June as an invite-only beta and has been rolling out to more consumers over the past year. Prime Wardrobe resembles personalized online shopping services like Stitch Fix, Tog + Porter, and Trunk Club. These […]

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In praise of customizing your computer

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I’ve written a few times now about the lengths I’ve gone to tweak how I interact with my computers. I’ve set up and configured Alfred with a bunch of little custom-built utilities for searching the web. I’ve spent way too many hours trying out different menu bar utilities that provide helpful functions that aren’t built […]

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The family separation crisis is a health crisis

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Health risks come with separating kids from their parents. Continue reading…

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AMC is launching a MoviePass-like subscription service

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The largest theater chain in America has announced that it will now offer a subscription service that allows patrons to watch up to three movies a week for $19.95 a month. Called AMC Stubs A-List, the subscription will function as an extension of AMC’s existing loyalty program, and it will roll out starting on June […]

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AMD Ryzen 5 2400G and Ryzen 3 2200G Core Frequency Scaling: An Analysis

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When AMD launched their first generation Ryzen-based APUs with a Zen cores and Vega graphics, both of the new parts entered the market at two very different budget-focused price points. The Ryzen 3 2200G, sitting at $99 for a quad-core CPU with Vega graphics was an amazing feat, and Ryzen 5 2400G coming in at $169 […]

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My Face on a CPU Cooler: Two Minutes with ASUS’ Ryujin CLC

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One of the first events of the Computex week was ASUS’ Republic of Gamers press conference. In typical ASUS fashion, a glut of about 11 press releases landed in our inbox at once, with ASUS following the philosophy about dominating the news at any one exact moment. This has its downsides, such as the medium […]

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PUBG is copying Fortnite’s smartest feature with its new seasonal Event Pass

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Battle royale game Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds is releasing its new, smaller Sanhok map on Friday, and with it will come a new type of subscription service that will feel awfully familiar to fans of Epic Games’ Fortnite. The Event Pass, as developer PUBG Corporation is calling it, will be a four-week, limited-time add-on you can purchase […]

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