Razer Blade 15 Advanced
Capable of running any game you can think of, with the video settings to the highest possible, over 60fps. The lack of thinnest or lightest gets compensated by its battery long life, up to five hours straight.
Screen15,6-inch FHD 1,920 x 1,080 IPS 144HzCPUIntel Core i7-8750HGPUNvidia GeForce RTX 2080RAM16 GB DDR4 2666MhzStorage 512GB M.2SSDBattery80WHrDimensions9.25 x 13.98 x 0.78 InchesWeight4.63 lbsPrice$1599.00 on Amazon
MSI GS65 Stealth Thin
The MSI is an exceptional all-rounder that can deliver high performance and still look amazing. A light and thin piece of work, the perfect fit if you're going to a cafe or if you need it at work. Just throw it in a bag, and that's it. It's even capable of running most of the newest games released in 2019.
Screen15.6 inch FHD-1920x 1,080- wide-view 144HzCPUIntel Core i7-8750HGPUNvidia GeForce GTX 1060 Max-QRAM16 GB DDR4-2400MHZStorage 512G M.2SSDBattery82 WhrDimensions9.75 x 14.08 x 0.69 InchesWeight4.14 lbsPrice$1699.99 on Amazon
Acer Predator Helios 300
The Acer Predator Helios 300 has a built-in GTX 1060 6GB graphics card that will grant 60fps on almost every game....
More than 50 games are scheduled to be released in November of 2019 alone from sports games to shooters to RPGs. With all these games coming pretty much at once, which games should you really look out for? Well, we've plucked out the 5 most anticipated games and the ones that you should be on the look out for.
When the Gears 5 story trailer was shown at Gamescon, we got to see the main character begin to uncover the truth behind her origins and the connection with the enemy. We're talking about the flashbacks. For a short moment, we see her holding the Locust medallion from her mother. Like it says in the trailer, she found what she was looking for, but now she has to kill it. We've also learned about a new "Escape" game mode, which is most likely a new Co-op multiplayer. Gears 5 will be available on Xbox One and PC starting on September 6th.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
Cold, scary, and dangerous - that's what this...
Get a head start right before you begin the first mission by unlocking a hidden sub-machine gun in just a few footsteps.
First of all, you will have to travel to the Founder's Hideout by using the fast travel option given by the Red Crystal. Once you've arrived you must obtain the Ward 13 key that can be found on the founder's desk marked by a red light. After you grab the key, return to Ward 13 by using the Red Crystal. After you arrive, start looking for the B2 level on which you will have to use the key card to open a security door. The next item on your list will be a fuse, located in the last room to the left side marked by a red light.
Now that you have the fuse, go to the B3 -the bottom floor- and find a panel to install the fuse so you can turn the power on. Use the card to open the open another locked door. With the door opened, go back and turn...
Grand Theft Auto V has been a huge hit and, thanks to its consistent
updates, multiplayer gameplay, and unique storyline and challenges. Despite
being six years old, the game is still being purchased today and has grossed
more than $6 billion, more than any blockbuster movie in history. All good
things must come to an end, though, but, luckily for us, that doesn’t mean that
GTA V will continue to linger around without updates until we’re tired of
playing it. No, that means that Rockstar will unleash a new installation of the
game, and the word is that it’s been in the works for some time. Of course, it’s
hard to one-up a game that turned out as good as GTA V, so this one has to be a
As of now, there isn’t even a confirmation that Grand Theft
Auto 6 (GTA VI) is actually being developed, but we know better, and the rumors
are aplenty. Like Grand Theft Auto V, GTA VI will have an elaborate and
in-depth storyline, it’ll feature multiple characters (maybe even more than
three), and an online mode greater than anything...
Confirmed – The PlayStation 5 Will Load Games Faster
One of the biggest problems with gaming is loading time. If
you’re a PC gamer, you can simply upgrade to an ultra-fast SSD and – with the
right hardware – you’ll cut down loading times exponentially. But, if you’re a
console gamer, you’re stuck with whatever hardware the console comes with. You
can always buy an external SSD, but it’ll only do so much. Sony is looking to
solve that problem, and even make it so that games load instantly. This has
been confirmed by a recent patent that tells use Sony is looking to give the
PlayStation 5 a RAM-intensive loading system which should dramatically lower
game loading times to as little as a second or two.
Needed – The PlayStation 5 Needs a Larger Hard Drive
Sony might not be jumping on the same disc-less
bandwagon that Microsoft is riding, but that doesn’t mean that a majority
of gamers buy games digitally instead of going to the store and getting the
usual game disc. It saves time, and you have to install the game to the console
The gaming market is constantly changing, and word has it
that next-gen consoles from Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo could be the last
dedicated gaming consoles, with cloud-based game streaming taking over. The
possibilities with cloud-based gaming are endless, but there are still a lot of questions that need to be answered. Predictions
have pointed to the possibility of gaming on almost any device at any time with
superior graphics and no need to invest in expensive or bulky hardware. PlayStation Now, for instance, does stream
games to PC and PS4 consoles, but you still need the hardware. Microsoft also
has its own service in the works, known as xCloud, that should go through
public trials sometime this year. It looks like Google is going to beat
everyone to the punch with its new Google Stadia streaming service. What was
once expected to be a console has turned into an all-out streaming service that
will allow you to play the same games on your computer, smart TV, smartphone,
tablet, or any other device with an internet connection
it seems. The new service is expected to kick off this...
Intel Core i9-9900K
Fastest CPU for Gaming Hands DownLittle Overclocking HeadroomRequires Purchase of Aftermakret CoolerPlenty of Cores for Tasks Outside of Gaming
If you’re someone that’s into pure gaming without all of the
bells and whistles, you’ll probably find that the Intel i9-9900K is overkill in
terms of what you actually need. Then again, if you’re building a high-end
machine with an extreme graphics card, the i9-9900K will definitely be your
go-to. The truth is that this processor offers the kind of performance for
those that do more than just game, so it serves a dual purpose, really. It’s
perfect for you if you’re someone that works during the day and games at night.
It is the fastest CPU you can get from a mainstream brand for the LGA1151
platform hands down. It only has 8 cores, so it doesn’t compare with other
high-end CPUs out there in terms of core count, but it does offer the highest
clockspeed of any processor on the market at the moment. With the right
motherboard, you’ll get out-of-the-box clocks that range from 4.7Ghz up to as much
as 5.0GHZ, without overclocking,...