The lightning-fast speed might inspire a reevaluation of what a streamlined OS looks like
Well, that didn't take long
Modders resurrect lost F-Zero content from VHS recordings of a long-dead Nintendo satellite broadcast
The real question is will Nintendo's lawyers kill it
Quick, grab it! Dedicated fans have released a mod for Nintendo's 1990 classic F-Zero. It adds new tracks, cars, and leagues. Adding fan-created content to already published games is commonplace, whether new or old. However, this mod is unique because the makers reverse-engineered it from ancient VHS recordings.
Modding the UEFI firmware to potentially improve the frame rate in games
Path tracing brings a GeForce RTX 4080 to its knees
How small can full-blown Windows PCs get?
Nvidia RTX Remix enters open beta, adding path tracing to games like Call of Duty, Max Payne, and more
Doom II also receives a separate ray tracing mod
Service could eventually offer every digital Wii game for free
Portal: Revolution takes place before the events of Portal 2
Patch for Resident Evil Revelations adds anti-tamper executable, negatively impacts performance
Nvidia shows off new footage of the Half-Life 2 RTX Remix fan remaster
One of Blizzard's worst remakes is being used for something potentially better
1996 classic enhanced with improved graphics and a modern interface
A mod easily big enough to be in the same league as Fallout: New Vegas or even Fallout 4
The big picture: A week after AMD published the FSR 3 source code on GPUOpen, modders have predictably started unofficially integrating the company's frame generation technology into various games. Additionally, it is possible to combine this feature with Nvidia's DLSS upscaling. Meanwhile, Intel plans to respond to frame generation using a fundamentally different method.
Inspired by CyberPowerPC's design from two years ago
Gobs of space, at the expense of portability
It's unclear if Starfield's upcoming expansion will officially enable the feature
Become a Jarl and exert your dominance with some help from the Dragonborn
Assassin's Creed Mirage players employ mods to sidestep unwanted visual effect, Ubisoft plans "toggle" update
Does anyone like chromatic aberration?
A hot potato: Assassin's Creed Mirage has been getting quite good, and in some cases, great, reviews from critics and fans. But there's one element that pretty much everyone hates: its inability to disable the chromatic aberration graphical effect. Thankfully, after people started modding it out of the game, Ubisoft has announced an update that will let players turn it off.
Fully playable in single-player, co-op and room-scale modes still in development
Or $3,799 if you want the more powerful version
Stock cooling leaves a lot of performance on the table
Buy off-the-shelf or build your own?
Revised content equals the original game in size