Alex gets into the nitty-gritty of how to machine a water-cooling distro plate yourself.
Alex gets a new toy for the workshop.
Gigabyte's sub-£400 X570 board offers similar features to more expensive models.
No RT cores required.
To summit up.
Crytek concentrating solely on 64-bit targets.
Eases the strain on lower-end hardware.
Puts his brothers in charge.
Demands damages and an injunction.
Beta-status only, mind you.
Crytek Promises sandbox source code, too.
One of five closed Crytek studios saved.
Has learned from Dishonored 2.
Leaves only Frankfurt and Kiev open.
Staff going without pay, sources claim.
Free game engine available now.
$50M for a CryEngine licence.
Capital secured, silence restored.
Key staff jump ship over financial woes.
Even as staff claim to be going unpaid.
Crytek's CryEngine is now available on Steam for developers to access through a subscription model.
MIT licence for DirectX analysis tool.
Performance optimisations for AMD's CPUs and GPUs are heading to the latest version of CryEngine.
Steam OS a likely decider in the move.
Quad-core owners, your time has come.
Joe's checked out Crysis 3 recently, so find out what he thinks here!
July 19 2019 | 17:30
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