AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync

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AMD had announced a project a few months ago that is similar to NVIDIA’s G-Sync, called Freesync. G-Sync was officially announced in Q4 2013, officially making NVIDIA the only company during that time to push for implementing variable refresh-rate technology in monitors. Before we go on with this article, we shall explain what variable refresh-rate technology is…


Pushing Gaming To The Next Level

A few months ago, at the HAWKEN community forums—which is now defunct—I wrote a rather large post regarding the gaming community as a whole, and where it’s at in terms of feasibility, development, presence, marketing, and relative innovation. Whenever the forums do happen to become active once again, I will certainly insert my post word for…


Continued Website Maintenance

We’ve redesigned the new site with a few under-the-hood improvements to user convenience. In addition, we have completed our team page, which is now accessible by a drop down menu. The biographies of the team will be posted pretty soon, but for now, enjoy the new website theme! oh, and hai, this is my first…


E-mail Subsystem and Site Updates

As some of you may have noticed, we disabled user registration on our site. The reason we’ve done this was because there is no system receiving and sending e-mail. Priority of creating an e-mail I/O system is nowhere near the apex, but we do plan to implement one eventually. That being said, we’ve completed all of our…


Site Updates

Hello all. We have now added full HTTPS support globally on our site. We support and our currently utilizing the next generation SPDY 3.1 protocol, with full IPv6 support as well. This site has an “A+” ranking based on our site report from SSL Labs’ online tool. Also, for those wondering, we chose to utilize only TLS over SSL for…