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The change is rather minor, with a black design and a few other refinements to give the headset a sleeker look.
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This week Brad Chacos, Alaina Yee and Gordon Mah Ung talk Nvidia's new budget wonder and yes, AMD has fixed the RX-480. Also: Rate My Budget Rig.
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