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Microsoft's DirectX Raytracing tools for DirectX 12 make the holy grail of graphics possible: real-time ray tracing effects.
Microsoft's new WinML and DirectML tools can supercharge games with smarter, adaptable AI, prettier images, and reduced development times.
The LG 34UC89G-B is a 34-inch curved 2560x1080 display with G-Sync on sale at Amazon for $600.
Dell's S2417DG is just $380 right now, which is the best price you'll find for this G-Sync monitor.
Right now, Dell is selling its XPS 8930 VR for $882—which is the current retail price of the GTX 1070 inside it.
Nvidia's new patches for GeForce, Quadro, and other graphics cards include mitigations for the devastating Spectre CPU exploit.
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