Grab a new Shift code for Borderlands 3 before it expires Saturday

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Grab a new Shift code for Borderlands 3 before it expires Saturday

If you're considering a jaunt to Pandora this weekend, or a little off-planet shooting and looting, why not go out with a spare Golden Key in your pocket? Borderlands 3 Shift codes have been a bit hard to come by since launch, typically expiring within a day or two of being posted to Twitter. This one's no different, but we did spot it fresh out of Randy Pitchford's tweet oven, so here's the head's up: This code will unlock one Golden Key in Borderlands 3 if you redeem it by Saturday, October 26 at 8 am PST.

You can make The Outer Worlds' tiny text bigger with an INI tweak

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You can make The Outer Worlds' tiny text bigger with an INI tweak

The Outer Worlds has received a positive response both from reviewers and many happy players, though one fairly common complaint has to do with the teeny, tiny text size. There's a lot of reading in The Outer Worlds: dialogue subtitles, item descriptions, journal entries, menu text, and more. And there's currently no option to adjust the size of the on-screen text, which is unfortunate. It's pretty itty-bitty.

Intel is 'investing to recapture process leadership' as it looks ahead to 7nm

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Intel is 'investing to recapture process leadership' as it looks ahead to 7nm

Coming off a record quarter, Intel has reason to celebrate, as well as be optimistic about where it's headed. It collected $19.2 billion in the third quarter of 2019, largely without the benefit of volume 10-nanometer CPU shipments. The prosperous quarter also brought with it some interesting introspection. In a subsequent chat with investors, Intel CEO Bob Swan alluded to AMD racing past the company in process technology.

Save $80 on this RTX 2060 from Best Buy

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Save $80 on this RTX 2060 from Best Buy

While the release of Nvidia's super cards may have left their standard counterparts in the dust, that just means better deals. Today you can get this RTX 2060 for $299.99 ($80 off) at Best Buy. It's a single fan GPU, which is still fine if you don't plan on doing any heavy overclocking. This card also comes with a free code for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. This isn't the lowest price we've ever seen for this card, but it's pretty darn close. The RTX 2060 isn't terribly well suited 4K gaming, but offers great performance at either 1440p or 1080p.