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About: Metal Messiah

About: Metal Messiah

Metal Messiah

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Bio: Hello, my name is NICK Richardson. I’m an avid PC and tech fan since the good old days of RIVA TNT2, and 3DFX interactive “Voodoo” gaming cards. I love playing mostly First-person shooters, and I’m a die-hard fan of this FPS genre, since the good ‘old Doom and Wolfenstein days. MUSIC has always been my passion/roots, but I started gaming “casually” when I was young on Nvidia’s GeForce3 series of cards. I’m by no means an avid or a hardcore gamer though, but I just love stuff related to the PC, Games, and technology in general. I’ve been involved with many indie Metal bands worldwide, and have helped them promote their albums in record labels. I’m a very broad-minded down to earth guy. MUSIC is my inner expression, and soul. Contact: Email

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Select Square Enix games are now back on NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service GeForce Now

Posted on: 19 Jun 2020

NVIDIA has announced that some of Square Enix Games are now available on the company’s cloud gaming platform GeForce Now. NVIDIA’s GeForce Now is a streaming service that allows PC players to stream games they own on various devices.

Some AMD systems are affected by a new vulnerability dubbed as ‘SMM Callout Privilege Escalation’

Posted on: 18 Jun 2020

AMD recently revealed a new security vulnerability that affects certain processors and embedded APUs released between 2016 and 2019.

Battlefield V demoed running on Tiger Lake APU’s integrated Intel XE GPU

Posted on: 18 Jun 2020

Intel’s Ryan Shrout has just published a short demo of the Battlefield V game running on an ultra-thin prototype notebook having a Tiger Lake APU. Videocardz were the first to post this finding.

AMD’s upcoming next-gen Ryzen 4000 Series ‘Zen 3’ CPUs reportedly delayed to 2021 [UPDATE]

Posted on: 18 Jun 2020

According to one recent report from Taiwan’s most reliable news source Digitimes, AMD has decided to delay the launch of the next-gen Zen 3 architecture based Ryzen 4000 CPU series from September 2020 to early 2021.

EA Origin overlay client is causing performance issues on the Steam version of Mass Effect 3

Posted on: 18 Jun 2020

EA recently released a new set of games on STEAM this past week, including Mass Effect, Battlefield, and the Star Wars Battlefront series. It has now come to our notice that a lot of Mass Effect 3 players are currently facing performance issues with the STEAM version of this game, as evident from this forum … Continue reading EA Origin overlay client is causing performance issues on the Steam version of Mass Effect 3

The “world’s first GPU” the Nvidia GeForce 256 recreated in LEGO

Posted on: 17 Jun 2020

This article is all about Nostalgic and fond memories of the past. If you have been a tech aficionado and a veteran of PC games since the early 90s, then you must be aware of the world’s first graphics card created by Nvidia back in 1999, the GeForce 256.

AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU is currently selling for $275, an all-time low price

Posted on: 17 Jun 2020 and Newegg are currently selling the ZEN 2 Matisse Ryzen 7 3700X desktop CPU for $275, which is $55 off its original $329.99 MSRP. This is the lowest price this CPU has ever seen, 17% off.

Manli has released a “low profile” GeForce GTX 1650 gaming GPU for small form factor desktop PCs

Posted on: 17 Jun 2020

Small form factor gaming PC (SFF) or mini gaming PCs have gained much popularity in the gaming community these past few years. A small form factor gaming PC (SFF) is a computer designed to take up less space.

AMD Ryzen 3000XT “Matisse Refresh” processor’s specs and pricing has been officially confirmed

Posted on: 16 Jun 2020

In a previous leak Amazon Italy listed AMD “Matisse Refresh” Ryzen 3000XT’s pricing and release date, but those were not fully accurate. Now we have full confirmation on the specs and the expected retail price of these new SKUs, courtesy of AMD, Videocardz‘s internal sources, and MSI.

AMD Ryzen 3 4300U ‘Renoir’ APU can run Crysis without any CPU cooling solution

Posted on: 16 Jun 2020

“But Can It Run Crysis?”. We have been hearing this phrase since the release of 2007’s Crytek first-person shooter Crysis, underscoring the reputation the game has obtained for it’s steep system requirements at the time of release. The phrase has slowly evolved into a ‘snowclone’ with time.

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