EVGA's X299 FTW motherboard is just $170 for today only

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EVGA's X299 FTW motherboard is just $170 for today only

Intel's high-end X299 platform includes processors like the Core i9-7960X and Core i9-7940X. Those CPUs can regularly cost more than a thousand dollars, but a matching motherboard doesn't have to. EVGA's X299 FTW K is currently $169.99 from the company's online store, and it regularly goes for $280 on Amazon.

Get double GTA$ and Reputation in the GTA Online Memorial Day event

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Get double GTA$ and Reputation in the GTA Online Memorial Day event

Starting today and running through Memorial Day, which for those of you who don't live in the US is May 28, Rockstar is offering double GTA$ and Reputation in GTA Online's Motor Wars, Bikers, Executives and Other Criminals, and Trap Door modes. Discounts on a number of vehicles, including cars, helicopters, and what appears to be a main battle tank, are also on the table, and all Executive Offices, Office Garages, and Biker Clubhouses are marked down too. 

Battlefield 5 will include a 4-player co-op mode

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Battlefield 5 will include a 4-player co-op mode

During today's livestream, and also a pre-brief we viewed yesterday (which we'll have more from soon), EA revealed that Battlefield 5 will include a 4-player co-op mode. (Oh, and it's set in World War 2, if you hadn't noticed.)

Try the first few hours of Stoneshard, a medieval RPG about building a caravan

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Try the first few hours of Stoneshard, a medieval RPG about building a caravan

Stoneshard is an isometric RPG inspired by Diablo and Darkest Dungeon. It caught my attention last year because, on top of permadeath, it has a profoundly punishing injury system. You don't just drink a potion in Stoneshard. You put splints on broken bones and poultices on open wounds, and there's no guarantee your injuries won't get worse or infected. You also have to take care of your mental health to fend off phobias and magic-induced insanity. 

NZXT is making cheaper versions of H-series cases without 'smart' features

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NZXT is making cheaper versions of H-series cases without 'smart' features

One of the few knocks against NZXT's H700i case is that it's a bit expensive for a mid-tower chassis, which is a byproduct of having an integrated smart device to control the fans and lighting through the company's CAM software. That's a big part of the case's appeal and part of the reason why we selected it as the case of the year for 2017. If that part doesn't interest you, however, NZXT is now selling a less expensive version that doesn't come with a smart device.