I spent the better part of last week at the Game Developers Conference (GDC), checking out a number of new gaming-related innovations poised to hit the market in the next few weeks, months, and (maybe) years. I’m particularly interested in PC hardware, which was good because a number of the major players in the space, like Intel, NVIDIA, and AMD all unveiled new product or technologies that are coming down the pipe. Intel showed off a new Broadwell-based, socketed desktop CPU and a new NUC system, both with Iris graphics. NVIDIA unveiled its upcoming SHIELD console and uber-powerful GeForce GTX Titan X (review forthcoming), and AMD announced some new VR technology.
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