We take a look at Gigabyte's sub-£500 TRX40 board to see if it can compete with the excellent ROG Strix TRX40-E Gaming.
Rick runs down even more gaming highlights of the next twelve months.
Rick runs down the gaming highlights of the coming year.
Footprint wise rather than depth, that is.
Only appears exploitable in Wi-Fi Direct mode.
Only in non-standard setups, though.
We'll miss you, quirky codenames.
Android Q now simply Android 10.
SWAPGS reopened the hole.
With motherboard makers now.
Includes GNOME's Wayland switch.
32-bit deprecation causing problems.
Up to 4GB of RAM, too.
March 2020 for retail, late-2019 for crowdfunders.
Nasty, but difficult to exploit.
Devil calls, says it's a bit chilly.
Goes all-in on cloud gaming.
Backers largely optimistic.
No longer a Pixel, Nexus exclusive.
Biggest software deal in history.
Pledges to protect Linux. No, really.
Aims to work on his empathy.
Its future may kill off the URL.
Tegra 2X at its heart, too.
Source to be considered untrustworthy.
Vulkan, OpenGL, and OpenGL ES supported.
November 22 2019 | 13:00
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