The Predator Gaming After Party is coming to PAX West 2018

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The Predator Gaming After Party is coming to PAX West 2018

Acer Predator is coming to PAX West! After you've played some games, watched a few panels, and explored the PAX show floor, head over to the Predator Gaming After Party at The Showbox on Friday, August 31 starting at 9 pm. You can get your hands-on the latest Predator gaming hardware powered by Intel, watch an epic musical performance by A-Trak, pick up exclusive swag, play games, and grab a few drinks. Hang out throughout the night for the Play like the Pro’s gaming competition, exciting giveaways, and more! Register for your ticket now!

Far Cry 5: Dead Living Zombies will shuffle out at the end of August

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Far Cry 5: Dead Living Zombies will shuffle out at the end of August

Ubisoft announced today that Dead Living Zombies, the third and final part of the Far Cry 5 season pass, will be out on August 28. The expansion will support solo or co-op play through missions set in military bases, farmlands, and "urban rooftops," complete with narration provided by D-list film director Guy Marvel, who describes his latest cinematic venture in a new teaser as "Return of the Living Dead meets Bridges of Madison County."  

Leaked and possibly fake images of GeForce RTX 2080 Ti cards are popping up

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Leaked and possibly fake images of GeForce RTX 2080 Ti cards are popping up

For the past several generations of graphics cards, Nvidia has held off announcing a "Ti" variant until it's fleshed out its product stack. The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, for example, arrived in March 2017, whereas Pascal made its debut on the consumer side in May 2016. We would expect a similar timeline with Turing, though several purportedly leaked images of a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti SKU suggest otherwise. The question is, are they real?

Nvidia’s outlook on cryptocurrency GPU sales is great news for gamers

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Nvidia’s outlook on cryptocurrency GPU sales is great news for gamers

This past year was a tough one for gamers who found themselves in need of a GPU upgrade. The cryptocurrency mining boom ravaged the consumer graphics card market, leaving in its wake depleted inventories and jacked up prices. To put it plainly, the situation sucked. It also appears to be over, at least for now, and Nvidia does not anticipate that changing in the coming months.