Rockstar has announced a slew of added content for the upcoming PC release of Grand Theft Auto V including side missions, weapons, vehicles, races and challenges. There will be a hatchet melee weapon along side sci-fi style rail gun, new monster trucks, planes and blimps and a murder mystery side mission for Michael. PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game land November 18th while PC players will have to wait until January 27th to get their hands on a copy. The good news is, unlike GTA4 on PC, there should be no Games For Windows Live integration (fingers crossed)!
Checkout some of the screenshots below provided by Rockstar for a better idea of what to look forward to. Continue reading “GTA V gets next gen exclusive content for PC release.”
A couple of weeks ago the first Gigabyte GTX 980 and GTX 970 cards hit the Australian market and were promptly added to our custom PC builder options the moment stock arrived. This week we welcome 4 more options for high end custom gaming PCs in the form of 1 more GTX 970 and 3 more GTX 980 cards.
MSI have introduced their GTX 980 and GTX 970 GAMING series each their well recognized TwinFrozr cooler, 4GB of memory and a factory overclock. With their non-reference coolers and factory overclock out of the box, these cards go head to head with Gigabyte’s G1 series. Continue reading “Gigabyte vs MSI, the Battle of the Factory Overclocked GTX 970 and GTX 980”
With the drivers finally being released for Nvidia’s new GTX 9xx series, our technicians have finally had a chance to put our newest arrivals through their paces with a benchmark and temperature test. The GTX 980 and 970 are the newest additions to the Nvidia line up running on the more power efficient, DirectX 12 ready Maxwell architecture, announced today during Nvidia’s Game24 live stream.
Continue reading “Gigabyte GTX 980 and GTX 970 G1 Benchmarked – Evatech”