Watch this zombicidal Call of Duty player rack up 55 kills in 50 seconds

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Watch this zombicidal Call of Duty player rack up 55 kills in 50 seconds

The best thing about stumbling across these kinds of gameplay clips is I get to find out what it's like to be on the other side of them. Pretty much every time I'm one of the poor souls getting mowed down by skilled players, so I take a bit of vicarious satisfaction in the footage above. Perhaps it's because I'd rather not think about how long it would take me just to rack up this many kills myself.

AMD CEO to talk 'new high-performance computing and graphics solutions' at CES 2021

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AMD CEO to talk 'new high-performance computing and graphics solutions' at CES 2021

AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su will deliver a keynote speech at CES 2021. The tech show, held in Las Vegas every January, will be a digital-only event in 2021, but that won't stop AMD's Dr. Lisa Su from delivering a speed on "the future of research, education, work, entertainment and gaming, including new high-performance computing and graphics solutions."

These compact water blocks for Nvidia's RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 are stunning

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These compact water blocks for Nvidia's RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 are stunning

Ever since my first escapade into liquid cooling, I've been obsessed with GPU water blocks. A piece of acrylic often sandwiched between machined metal and housing either copper or aluminium fins that's deeply satisfying to watch in action. It turns your PC's thermals into a functioning work of art, and the next generation of water blocks set for Nvidia Ampere's RTX 30-series graphics cards are masterpiece-grade.

Twitch announces, quickly walks back on stereotypical emotes

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Twitch announces, quickly walks back on stereotypical emotes

To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month between September 15 and October 15, Twitch announced a number of different initiatives, including putting a different Hispanic streamer on the front page every day, and a virtual summit by the nonprofit Latinx in Gaming. 

Here's Super Mario World running on a PC from the 1980s

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Here's Super Mario World running on a PC from the 1980s

This is SUPER MARIO WORLD on MSX for Mario 35th. On MSX2, but pushing hard the limits of the 8-bit computer. Author Daemos said recently that it's only missing a boss & end credits screen. Took 6 years.#fangame #MSX #gamedev #8bit #pixelart #homebrew #retrocomputing #chiptune pic.twitter.com/dxR9Il6yRTSeptember 15, 2020