In certain Aorus motherboards, Gigabyte's newest DDR4-3600 kit can boost to 3733MHz. Gigabyte has added an interesting feature to its newest Aorus RGB memory kit, one that allows it to run faster in certain motherboards with minimal fuss. It's called "Aorus Boost," and it gives users up to a 4 percent bump in performance. Even without the boost feature, Gigabyte's new 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-3600 memory kit is the fastest one it has released so far. At 3600MHz, the timings are configured at 18-19-19-39, according to the RAM's main product page and Gigabyte's press release. (Curiously, the specifications section lists slightly higher timings—19-19-19-43 on Intel platforms and 20-19-19-43 on Ryzen configs, so go figure.) It's the boost feature that is somewhat interesting, tho
BREAKING BAD: EL CAMINO El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Review Will there be justice for Jesse Pinkman in El Camino? Share Autoplay setting: On David Griffin By David Griffin Posted: 11 Oct 2019 2:00 pm Warning! Some minor spoilers from the movie are mentioned in the review below. Back in 2013, Breaking Bad’s seminal five-season run ended with an ideal send-off for one of TV’s most iconic characters -- Bryan Cranston’s Walter “Heisenberg” White. During the series finale “Felina,” Walter was able to say his goodbyes and make amends, but what about his ex drug-dealing companion Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), who was last seen speeding down a dirt road on his way to freedom? Where is his swan song? El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is the first (and probably last) entry in the Methamphetamine
Lina is ready to start a new life. When you meet Neo Cab’s protagonist, she’s en route to Los Ojos, a fictitious city reminiscent of Los Angeles. Her taxi holding the last of her belongings, she sets out to reconnect and move in with her best friend Savvy. When Savvy disappears, Lina is all alone in the eerie 'Automation City', suddenly left to juggle the demands of her job, her mental state and the mystery surrounding the person she thought she knew best. After Night Call, Neo Cab is the second taxi driver-detective game this year, but despite this rather astounding coincidence, Chance Agency’s game takes a completely different point of view. Like any other taxi driver, Lina has to ferry a certain number of passengers, called pax, to their destinations each night, and keep enough mone
How much abject misery do you capture in your post-apocalyptic game? It's a tough one. Is yours a nightmare disguised as an action movie as in Mad Max? Or is it the grinding, soul crushing despair of The Road? Games have landed all over the spectrum but I've never played anything that sits concurrently at so many different points on that spectrum as Overland. Pleasant visuals hide one of the bleakest gaming experiences I've had in some time. It is a turn-based game in which you guide survivors through scenario after scenario in a road trip across America, gathering supplies but focused on finding fuel to get a car and keep it running for as long as you can. The presentation of these scenarios is lovely; bite-size squares present each scene as a little interactive diorama. There's e...