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Howdy Skyrim addicts. The Steam Workshop for Skyrim has just launched, and the much respected developers, Valve and Bethesda, have teamed up and made a Portal 2 space mod for your beloved Skyrim.
Valve writes: “To celebrate the opening of the Steam Workshop for Skyrim, Valve and Bethesda have teamed up to bring you the Portal 2 Space Core mod, which will let the aggressively space-centric little robot tag along on your adventures in Tamriel”
Quoting my fellow writer, Suds Mcsoapdish: “These are not ROG cards, so I can’t officially tell you they’re The Choice of Champions, but they’re certainly awesome.” The reviewers over at ocaholic seems to think so too giving the ASUS Radeon HD 7950 DirectCU II 4/5 stars.
Battlefield 3 (PC Version) is an FPS game that allows up to 64 players capped in brutal online war zones. Personally as an avid gamer myself and 64 players in a map is more than enough to create chaos.
How about 999 players then?
Source: Much Different
The newly launch Rampage IV GENE is a small and MIGHTY motherboard. With so much awesome-ness hiding inside, Atomic PC reviewed the Rampage IV Gene and found it to be ‘small but perfectly formed’, then awarded it with their prestigious Hot Award.
The ASUS Rampage IV GENE has been awarded as the world’s first Intel X79 motherboard formally certified as USB 3.0 ready by the USB International Forum (USB-IF).
Rambo and Starship Troopers, what do they have in common? They are movies full of guns, grenades, tanks, troopers and tactical movement soldiers.
But what about a Battlefield 3 movie then? Check out this video put together by YouTube user JackFrags.
It’s out with the old and in with the new. As of December 22nd last year, the AMD Radeon HD 7970 was the fastest single GPU graphics card in the world, but what happens when you pair them up in CrossFire? The friendly folks over at TechPowerUp recently did just that with their ASUS Radeon HD 7970 CrossFire analysis.
Recently the folks over at Legitreviews.com had a chance to set up an epic battle between the ASUS GTX 580 Matrix Platinum and an EVGA Classified GTX 580.
After intensive testing and torturing the Legit Reviews team claimed the ASUS GTX580 Matrix Platinum the winner, giving it their Editor’s Choice Award.
This is what Legit Reviews had to say:
Source: Legit Reviews