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NVIDIA GeForce 418.19 adds DLSS for Metro Exodus and Battlefield V
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February 13, 2019 - 12:55
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NVIDIA GeForce 418.19 adds DLSS for Metro Exodus and Battlefield V
Posted on Wednesday, February 13 2019 @ 16:32:29 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
NVIDIA rolled out the GeForce 418.19 WHQL driver, this release supports DLSS for Battlefield V, as well as DLSS and Ray Tracing for Metro Exodus.
Fixed Issues in this Release:
[Battlefield 1]: Lines appear in the terrain with NVIDIA Control Panel anisotropic
filtering override enabled.[1969966]
[GeForce RTX 20 series]: Event ID 14 error appears in event viewer logs when Digital
Vibrance setting is changed. [2488424]
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Patch Tuesday: Microsoft plugs 77 security vulnerabilities
Posted on Wednesday, February 13 2019 @ 12:55:36 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Quite a lot of bug fixes hit the web yesterday, Microsoft's Patch Tuesday included updates for 77 CVE-listed bugs in Windows, Office and Edge/IE, and then there were updates from Adobe for another 75 bugs in Acrobat and Reader.
Among other things, there's a bug in Windows that enables remote cote execution via a vulnerability in the Windows Server DHCP component. Attackers can compromise Windows networks simply by sending a specially crafted packet. This isn't a big issue for home users, but Internet Explorer and Edge users are vulnerable via an attack that can be triggered via a specially crafted webpage. As usual, it's best to update asap.
Among the most potentially serious was CVE-2019-0626, a remote code execution vulnerability in the Windows Server DHCP component.
While the bug won't be much of a risk to everyday PCs, admins running Windows networks will want to make this fix a top priority, says Trend Micro ZDI's Dustin Childs.
"If you have a DHCP server on your network, and chances are you do, this patch should be at the top of you lists," Childs explained.
A summary of the patches can be found at The Register.
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Activision Blizzard cuts 8 percent of its workforce
Posted on Wednesday, February 13 2019 @ 11:50:27 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Game publisher Activision Blizzard is cutting 8 percent of its workforce. Company fillings from 2018, indicate Activision Blizzard employed around 9,600 employees, so this comes down to almost 800 people that are now out of work. Most of the cuts will be centered around non-game development units. Industry sources says the publishing and eSports units got hit hard.
On the earnings call, Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick told investors that the company had 鈥渙nce again achieved record results in 2018" but that the company would be consolidating and restructuring because of missed expectations for 2018 and lowered expectations for 2019. The company said it would be cutting mainly non-game-development departments and bolstering its development staff for franchises like Call of Duty and Diablo.
Development sources from across the industry told Kotaku this afternoon that the layoffs have affected Activision publishing, Blizzard, King, and some of Activision鈥檚 studios, including High Moon.
Via: Kotaku
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Mozilla adopts machine learning to automatically find bugs
Posted on Wednesday, February 13 2019 @ 11:46:54 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
ARS Technica reports Mozilla will adopt Clever-Commit, a machine-learning based coding assistant developed in cooperation with game publisher Ubisoft. The goal here is to automatically detect bugs before the product ships. Clever-Commit works by comparing new code to old code that the system knows is buggy.
Clever-Commit analyzes code changes as developers commit them to the Firefox codebase. It compares them to all the code it has seen before to see if they look similar to code that the system knows to be buggy. If the assistant thinks that a commit looks suspicious, it warns the developer. Presuming its analysis is correct, it means that the bug can be fixed before it gets committed into the source repository. Clever-Commit can even suggest fixes for the bugs that it finds. Initially, Mozilla plans to use Clever-Commit during code reviews, and in time this will expand to other phases of development, too. It works with all three of the languages that Mozilla uses for Firefox: C++, JavaScript, and Rust.
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Nine minutes of RAGE 2 gameplay (video)
Posted on Wednesday, February 13 2019 @ 11:36:33 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Bethesda uploaded a new YouTube clip that showcases nine minutes of pre-beta gameplay of RAGE 2. This new shooter is expected on May 14, 2019 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC.
A lethal dance-off for a sweet new ability, a high-flying trip over a hostile open world, a fight against a very angry man in a mech suit鈥 RAGE 2 has it all in this brand new extended gameplay video. Don鈥檛 miss the ending for a sneak peek at what鈥檚 coming next!
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GlobalFoundries may be up for sale
Posted on Wednesday, February 13 2019 @ 11:33:58 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Word is going around that GlobalFoundries is gearing up for a sale. DigiTimes writes a number of major changes made in 2018 spark speculation that Abu Dhabi's Advanced Technology Investment (ATIC), the foundry's majority shareholder, may be getting the firm ready for a sale:
Globalfoundries' recent moves have invited speculation that the US pure-play foundry may be looking for a buyer. Does Globalfoundries' majority shareholder, Abu Dhabi's Advanced Technology Investment (ATIC), intend to quit?
Globalfoundries had a number of major announcements in 2018. The company in June disclosed plans to trim its workforce by 5% for cost reasons, after the appointment of a new CEO in March. Later in the year, the foundry announced a halt to its 7nm and more advanced process technology R D and also a revision to its JV strategy in China.
Founded in 2009 as AMD divested its manufacturing arm, GlobalFoundries is world's second-largest chipmaker.
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Microsoft may reverse plan to kill Paint
Posted on Wednesday, February 13 2019 @ 11:09:20 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
MSPowerUser reports Microsoft may have reversed its decision to kill the classic Paint. As you may know, the software giant intended to replace this imaging tool with the more advanced Paint 3D, but the latest Windows 10 Insider build no longer contains a product alert to inform users about change:
Microsoft has been showing a notice warning for nearly two years now that Paint will soon be replaced with Paint 3D, and would then be available via the Microsoft Store.
Today however Aggiornamenti Lumia noticed that in the latest Insider build Microsoft has removed the Product Alert notice.
Microsoft removed the product alert from Paint on Windows 10 19H1. Isn #39;t it coming to the Microsoft Store in the end? ???? pic.twitter.com/u7LYSIbyre mdash; Aggiornamenti Lumia (@ALumia_Italia) February 12, 2019
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SuperMicro talks about its gaming motherboard plans
Posted on Tuesday, February 12 2019 @ 11:15:34 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Server motherboard maker SuperMicro is planning a return to the consumer market. The company abandoned this market in favor of focusing on workstations, servers, and storage solutions, but now SuperMicro plans to make a name for itself in the gaming market.
Vik Malyala, the Senior Vice President in charge of Field Applications Engineering and Business Development for SuperMicro, explains SuperMicro develops everything in-house and has complete control over every aspect of a product. Combined with what they learned from making server/workstation boards, they believe they will be able to offer a "secret sauce".
Gaming is all about performance, so what can SuperMicro realistically offer?
Vik explained that, currently, everything is DDR4, but this will transition to DDR5 very soon. Changes in PCI-Express will also be important, whether you are looking to add GPUs, next generation solid state drives or even to improve the overall speed/throughput of your network. Today鈥檚 PCI-Express Gen-3 will give way to Gen-4 pretty soon, giving graphics cards twice the bandwidth they have today. SuperMicro is working with its partners to bring these (and other) technologies to market in a quick and stable way.
Learn more at KitGuru. New SuperMicro gaming motherboards are expected later this year. The firm was one of the big names back in the 1990s, so it will be interesting to see if the server king can reclaim their former glory in the gaming/enthusiast market.
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AMD Radeon VII is not getting Radeon Pro features
Posted on Tuesday, February 12 2019 @ 11:08:57 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
There was some buzz yesterday on the web about AMD's Radeon VII soon getting Radeon Pro driver optimizations. The news was based on a leaked slideset that shows off the upcoming changes in the AMD Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition 19.Q1 driver release. One slide mentioned the Radeon VII so this lead many to believe that this model would get workstation-class optimizations.
Unfortunately, this interpretation isn't correct. Techgage reached out to AMD for clarification and got to hear that the Radeon Pro optimizations will not be available for regular Radeon cards like the Radeon VII. The tablet below provides an overview of the differences in features between Radeon Graphics and Radeon Pro Graphics.
Radeon鈩 Pro Software for Enterprise 19.Q1 simplifies deployment and delivers the stability, simplicity, and security of Radeon鈩 Pro Software to knowledge workers using commercial applications and content creators using media and entertainment applications with AMD Radeon鈩 graphics cards (Radeon鈩 VII 鈥淥ne Driver鈥 support coming soon). However, the workstation application certifications and optimizations available with AMD Radeon鈩 Pro Software for Enterprise when using Radeon鈩 Pro graphics cards are NOT available when using AMD Radeon鈩 graphics cards.
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AMD promises one-click fix for Radeon VII without UEFI support
Posted on Tuesday, February 12 2019 @ 10:17:42 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Yesterday news spread across the web that AMD shipped the Radeon VII without UEFI support, which results in longer boot times. It's not clear how AMD missed this during the development cycle, but the company has already issued a new BIOS to its AIB partners. Furthermore, AMD is working on a one click installable BIOS that iwll be distributed via the AMD.com website. This fix should follow soon.
AMD has released a BIOS for the Radeon VII with UEFI GOP included for our AIB partners. We will also make a one click installable BIOS available to end users via AMD.com. We do not expect gaming performance differences between the non UEFI BIOS and the UEFI GOP included BIOS, although the non UEFI BIOS may experience slower boot times from cold boot.
Via: TPU
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