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Remedy may not be able to fix all issues with Quantum Break

Remedy may not be able to fix all issues with Quantum Break Last week, we covered how Remedy’s Quantum Break is the latest DirectX 12 title to run into problems on the PC.Overclock3D ran some benchmarks on the game comparing the GTX 960 against the R9 380 as well as the GTX 980 Ti against the AMD Fury X.

ExtremeTalk: Does anyone actually love Windows?

ExtremeTalk: Does anyone actually love Windows? When Microsoft announced Windows 10 back in January 2015, Satya Nadella described the operating system’s goal as follows: “We want to move from people needing Windows, to choosing Windows, to loving Windows,” he said.“We continue to pursue our goal of moving people from needing Windows to choosing Windows to loving Windows,” Nadella said.

Hell freezes over as Microsoft joins the Linux Foundation

Hell freezes over as Microsoft joins the Linux Foundation Now, Microsoft announced it was joining the Linux Foundation.That’s not a completely unprecedented move, given that Microsoft has been getting steadily chummier with open source software over the last few years.

3Dmark benchmark test now lets you compare Direct X 11, 12, and Vulkan

3Dmark benchmark test now lets you compare Direct X 11, 12, and Vulkan Futuremark added the Vulkan API to its Overhead test in 3Dmark, letting users see how their system handles draw calls in DirectX 11, 12, and now Vulkan.Although Vulkan should decimate DirectX 11 in testing, it will be interesting to see how different systems fare when comparing it to DirectX 12.

AMD Launches Massive Radeon Driver Update 17.7.2

AMD Launches Massive Radeon Driver Update 17.7.2 It’s part of a significant transformation in how AMD handles its drivers that kicked off in earnest back in November 2015, with the launch of Radeon Software Crimson Edition.From 2012 to 2015, AMD adhered to a limited driver release schedule with periodic updates and more driver betas provided as opposed to more frequent (monthly) updates.