Looking to upgrade your aging HD7970 or HD7950 but not convinced that the AMD R9 280x is the answer and still waiting for the AMD R9 290x?
Well the wait is over as the good people at Ban Leong has announced that the PowerColor R9 290X 4GB GDDR5 OC(BF4 Edition) is in Singapore and will be heading to your favorite retailers at Sim Lim Square this evening.
What is your definition of a good food? Or good ramen, to be specific? For me, good food has to marry all three elements of colour, aroma, and taste, while good ramen is all about the broth. The soup has to be thick, flavourful, and yet at the same time, not send me reaching for the glass of water to wash down the taste of salt after every sip. The Love Singapore ramen offered by Japanese Ramen Artist, BOND OF HEARTS, manages all that and more.
TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, is proud to introduce a whole new lineup for all PC users, the PowerColor R9/R7 series. Based on AMD’s latest GCN architecture, the new R9/R7 series feature the latest support of DirectX® 11.2, bringing gamers beyond the best gaming experience. Also, the new series uses the high standard PCI-Express 3.0 as interface, together with AMD Accelerated Processing technology, maximizing total performance than before.
PowerColor R9 Series
Two models are added to R9 series, the 280X and 270X OC. The R9 280X clocks at 850MHz, while arrives at 1000MHz with boost, also equipped with PowerColor exclusive cooling solution, which offers 10% temperature down performance and 15% quieter through 92mm ultra big fan and unique SSU-shape heat pipe design. The R9 270X OC has clock speed of 1030MHz and up to 1080MHz after boosting, packing with selected power kit and efficient cooling system, easily enhancing the stability and thermal capacity.
OpenRice Singapore, Asia’s Premier Dining Guide has announced a major update of its iOS mobile app, designed to give foodies a more enjoyable experience when choosing and reviewing restaurants from more than 24,000 food and beverage (F&B) listings in Singapore. The current Android version will be updated with the new interface by the first quarter of 2014.
If there is one common issue many multiplayer online (MMO) gamers face (especially MMORPG ones), it is the speed in which they can use a skill when using the keyboard. This happens when both the skill keys and the movement keys are both on the keyboard and there is boss fight which requires lots of movement.
With this in mind, many computer peripheral makers have released mouse with more than your standard left and right buttons. But sometimes even this is not enough as games such as World of Warcraft or Final Fantasy 14 can have a player with over 10 skills and counting.
Thus these companies have released what is called a MMO Gaming mouse with more keys are the side of the mouse. One such company is Logitech with their G600 MMO Gaming mouse and resident pc gamer Kenneth Wong shares his experiences with it.