Cameras Featured Technology 

Canon Reveals Some Major Key Specs About The EOS R5

If you follow the camera market even casually, you probably know by now that there hasn’t been any upcoming camera in recent history which is as anticipated and hyped as Canon’s upcoming EOS R5. PetaPixel says that the revealed info clearly speaks “why this camera is set to be the most revolutionary Canon product since the debut of the 5D Mark II”. Now I know this website is all about gaming, computer hardware, consoles among other things. Talking about a camera doesn’t particularly fit in but the Canon EOS R5…

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7.22h Gaming Opinion PC 

A Slightly Opinionated DOTA 2 Short Read: 7.22h has overstayed it’s welcome, so Valve it’s time for some changes

I’ve been playing Dota 2 for about 3 years now and needed to voice some of my thoughts mixed with some other friends of mine who’ve been playing longer than I am. The current patch 7.22h has been going for a while now, and Valve isn’t pushing out any more patches before the major Outlanders update (expected around 24th Nov, totally fall release by the way). While this is a much awaited haul, there are a lot of holes that need to be filled and the major flaw as of…

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Computers Featured Gaming PC Technology 

AMD Ryzen 3000 series launch premiere in Kolkata

There has been a lot of buzz around the new line of CPUs and GPUs released by AMD, especially the competition-slaying yet affordable Ryzen’s 3rd generation CPU series. The details provided by the company has brought a smile across tech-enthusiasts, fans and potential buyers alike and so far it seems that it ticks the right boxes. As soon as the CPUs hit stores in Kolkata a few days after its initial release, we had a chance to work with Supreme Technologies to organize an event celebrating the same with a…

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Featured Gaming PC 

The International 2019 Battle Pass – Best Compendium Yet?

It’s that time of the year again to empty your wallets wave your hard earned money goodbye. The long anticipated Dota 2 compendium, the TI9 battle pass has finally launched. I have always found Dota 2 battle pass to be much more rewarding in general when you compare with passes in other games which seem to make do with a lot of unappealing items (before you scream at me, yes there are a lot of good items but in general there are more which seem like filler material) and they…

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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds full release news Featured Gaming 

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Getting Full Release This December

After almost a year in early access, PlayerUnknown’s Battleground is finally all set for a full release. The Xbox One full release is scheduled for December 12. This news was declared in Xbox Official Livestream during Paris Games Week (PGW). While there isn’t a confirmed particular date for the PC release yet, it is expected to be coming before new year’s eve. The 1.0 update will bring a new desert map, a replay system and a lot of other changes within the game. Although development for both the PC and Xbox…

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Google announces Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2

Google has finally announced the highly-anticipated successors to their Pixel smartphones, the Pixel 2 and the Pixel XL 2. From the front, the Pixel 2 looks pretty much identical to their predecessors but you clearly notice the change in design once you turn it around and look at the backside. However, the Pixel XL2 is clearly distinguishable due to it’s wider 18:9 aspect ratio screen and rounded corners. The Pixel 2 features a 5 inch 1920X1080 resolution OLED display while its bigger brother sports a 6-inch 2880X1440 resolution P-OLED display.…

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Intel Core i7 8700K Spotted, Core i3 8350, 8100 specs leaked

Tech website Videocardz has dug up some interesting leaks and shots (yet again) of some upcoming Coffee Lake CPUs from Chinese websites. Leaked specs of coffee lake Core i3 series also found. Core i7 8700K The picture published to Baidu shows the upcoming hexacore Coffee Lake SKU. Of the 3 CPUs visible, the one on the bottom seems to be different compared to the other two. The safest guess at this situation would be an i7 8700 (non-k edition). A CPU-Z benchmark was posted along with the image which shows single-threaded score…

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18 Core 36 Thread Core i9 7980XE Extreme Edition Specs Unveiled

Intel announced their upcoming range of Core X CPUs and chipsets back in Computex, but the specifics were not very clear for quite some time and it’s only until recently that we had the fog cleared about the existence of the much-speculated Core i9 flagship series. Finally, Intel has released the specs for their upcoming beast, especially casting the spotlight on the Core i9 7980XE. The Core i9 7980XE features a base clock speed of 2.6GHz and Intel’s Turbo Boost 2.0 takes it up to 4.2GHz. Turbo Boost 3.0 can boost…

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AMD Ryzen 3: Quad Cores That Don’t Break The Bank

Ryzen has made a big impact on the CPU market with their Ryzen 5 and 7 series, dethroning Intel’s long held dominance. Although the Core i5 and i7 suffered, the lower end Core i3 series managed to survive amidst all of this, until now. The highly anticipated Ryzen 3 is finally here. The highly anticipated Ryzen 3 is finally here. There are two CPUs, the 1300X and 1200, both having the expected 4C/4T configuration. The 1300X features a 3.5GHz Base Clock and a Boost Clock of 3.7GHz while the 1200 features…

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Budget PC Gaming Build (Around 45000 INR)

Everybody loves gaming but let’s just face it, not everyone has the budget to build a great gaming PC (including myself). So this time around, we took the budget bar and brought it down a few more notches. We have prepared a PC build using a list of components that sum up around 45000 INR mark and manages to obtain respectable FPS in all games, given your willingness to crank some eye-candy options down by a bit (budget, remember?). We went with Ryzen 5 this time because it’s probably a…

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Intel to supposedly release flagship Core i9 series for LGA 2066

This doesn’t truly come as a surprise, to say the least. The previous LGA 2011 enthusiast i7 CPUs were supposed to be put under their Core i9 branding. Ultimately that wasn’t the case and all of them were put under the i7 branding. So we finally have a supposedly real Core i9 series now. Following a leak from the Anandtech forums, a user named ‘Sweepr’ has posted a list of upcoming CPUs with the major specs of each one of them. Following this, user ‘dooon’ has provided an image of…

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