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Muhammad Zuhair - Hundreds of GeForce RTX 4090 GPUs With Burnt Connectors Are Still Being Sent To Repair Shop For Fix - wccftech.com

Hundreds of GeForce RTX 4090 GPUs With Burnt Connectors Are Still Being Sent To Repair Shop For Fix

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 power connector issues still exist as the repair shop, Northridge Fix, continues to receive hundreds of burnt units.

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Jonathan Bolding - Star Citizen is free this week, if you'd like to try it - pcgamer.com

Star Citizen is free this week, if you'd like to try it

The monumentally crowdfunded, mega-budgeted Star Citizen is once again having a free fly event, letting people try out the space sim for the grand price of nothing for one week. Until July 19 you can do all the free flyin you'd like, trying out one of 10 different spaceships in developer Cloud Imperium's sandbox.

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Jacob Ridley - An origami USB connector and a games console that'll fit in your wallet—two entries in a contest to make business cards exciting - pcgamer.com

An origami USB connector and a games console that'll fit in your wallet—two entries in a contest to make business cards exciting

Business cards are a dying art—in the West, anyways. Most of us may never come to appreciate a finely crafted card capable of making a slick-haired serial killer wince with jealousy. But this business card competition over at Hackaday hopes to change that. Or, at the very least, get creative with what constitutes a 'card'.

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Dave James - Nvidia's launching a new and... er... very generous small form factor GPU/chassis standard to simplify building your new mini rig - pcgamer.com

Nvidia's launching a new and... er... very generous small form factor GPU/chassis standard to simplify building your new mini rig

Nvidia's putting itself up as the new champion of small form factor graphics cards, with a new SFF-Ready Enthusiast Graphics Card spec. This is Nvidia attempting to set a pseudo industry standard for both small form factor GPUs and chassis. The idea is to give users a clear message of what graphics cards will fit comfortable inside which chassis.

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Hassan Mujtaba - NVIDIA Unveils “SFF-Ready Enthusiast GeForce Card” Guidelines, Helping Vendors & Gamers With Compact PC Builds - wccftech.com

NVIDIA Unveils “SFF-Ready Enthusiast GeForce Card” Guidelines, Helping Vendors & Gamers With Compact PC Builds

NVIDIA has unveiled new guidelines under its "SFF-Ready Enthusiast GeForce Card" initiative which should usher in a new era of compact PC builds.

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Ali Salman - Massive 2,500-Page Google Document Leaked, Exposing Secret Search Ranking Algorithms - wccftech.com

Massive 2,500-Page Google Document Leaked, Exposing Secret Search Ranking Algorithms

Only Google knows what factors it takes into account when considering the ranking system on Search. Well, we might now have the answer to this, sort of, as the company's internal document has been leaked online. Apart from sharing guidelines and hazy details, Google does not let users know exactly what is required for their pages to rank, and it might be for good, as everyone running in the same direction could hog the system as well. It appears that a hefty document has been leaked and Google has not commented on the situation as of yet.

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Mariella Moon - Sony PSP emulator PPSSPP hits the iOS App Store - engadget.com

Sony PSP emulator PPSSPP hits the iOS App Store

PPSSPP, an app that's capable of emulating PSP games, has joined the growing number of retro game emulators on the iOS App Store. The program has been around for almost 12 years, but prior to this, you could only install it on your device through workarounds. «Thanks to Apple for relaxing their policies, allowing retro games console emulators on the store,» its developer Henrik Rydgård wrote in his announcement. If you'll recall, Apple updated its developer guidelines in early April, and since then, the company has approved an app that can emulate Game Boy and DS games and another that can play PS1 titles.

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Chris Scullion - Less than half of developers say their studio has a credits policy, new survey finds - videogameschronicle.com

Less than half of developers say their studio has a credits policy, new survey finds

Less than half of developers questioned in a new survey say their company has an in-game credits policy.

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James Ratcliff - The FCC is Restoring Net Neutrality After 7 Years - gamerant.com - Usa - state California - After

The FCC is Restoring Net Neutrality After 7 Years

On April 25, the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it had voted by a margin of 3-2 to restore net neutrality rules that were repealed in 2017 by the Trump administration. This means that internet service providers (ISPs) in the United States will be reclassified by the FCC as common carriers, in a move similar to how net neutrality was handled by the Obama administration in 2015.

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