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Corsair Fixes Keyboard Detection for iCUE

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For a long time, Corsair has had trouble detecting their keyboards after the computer awakes from sleep mode. Users would not be able to use their iCUE profiles with their keyboard, till now. Corsair software “iCUE 3.12.118” seems to have fixed the issue.

I have personally confirmed this with the K55 RGB Gaming Keyboard.


230 Games You Can Play Without a Graphics Card

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230 games you can play without a discrete graphics card. Modern integrated graphics processors such as the “Intel HD Graphics 530” and “Intel HD Graphics 630” have the power to play light weight or older games. I’ve been using integrated graphics for months while waiting for the right time to buy a discrete graphics card; I was amazed at the number of games integrated graphics is now capable of playing.

Here I list more then 230 titles from my Steam library that can be played without a discrete graphics card using integrated graphics.

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How Much Is 5 Gigabytes (GBs) Of Internet Usage?

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Did you know, 1 gigabyte of data could equal 1.024 gigabytes. Please check with your service provider if they measure data in decimal or binary units. I will explain how much internet usage 5 gigabytes (GBs) per month provides you.

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Android with Mouse and Keyboard

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Smartphones and all Android devices are computers. Like any computer you can connect a standard mouse and keyboard to it. Connections can be made by wireless Bluetooth or by using a USB adapter.

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Canadians Pays High Prices for Video Cards

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Canada always pays more for American goods. Everyday on the Internet we hear how much you can build a cheap gaming PC in America. Well not in Canada and here’s some proof that we pay more for parts. Today I have created a list of video cards from the Radeon RX 460 to the Radeon RX 470 and everything in-between to demonstrate the price differences.

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New 2016 Video Cards Appear on Futuremark

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The new 2016 videos cards for AMD and NVIDIA have now appeared on the popular benchmark website futuremark.com.

September 23, 2016:

Rank Card Score
1 NVIDIA Titan X (Pascal) 38720
2 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 30440
4 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 24760
8 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (Notebook) 18860
11 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (Notebook) 18640
14 AMD Radeon RX 480 18220
18 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060-6GB 17310
19 AMD Radeon RX 470 16570
20 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060-3GB 16290
28 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Notebook) 13840
52 AMD Radeon RX 460 8060

*Ranks include Desktop and Laptop options only. Futuremark scores may change based on averages. See the full list at [ http://www.futuremark.com/hardware/gpu ]

The new 2016 cards prove to be a monumental advancement in technology. They have cut power consumption nearly in half and have essentials doubled performance. This new line of products make 2016 the best time to upgrade your video card. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 mobile is excepted to be virtual reality (VR) capable.

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