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By Panos, January 5, 2014 0 News

Ah, it’s almost 9:00 and I am still awake. I’ve been trying to figure out how great it’s the howdoi and what if I could modify the script to work along with How it works Just type your question (query or just… Read More »

By Panos, February 14, 2013 1 How To

This guide is based upon Ubuntu LTS 12.04, but same principles apply in 12.10 as well. Let’s start 1. Make sure you have a CUDA supported GPU You must have a nVIDIA GPU that supports CUDA, otherwise you can’t program… Read More »

By Panos, February 12, 2013 0 News

Unigine is going to release two new GPU Benchmarks sometime during next week. Namely: Unigine Valley and Heaven 4.0. Both of them will be compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac OSX operating systems, 32bit and 64bit respectively. In our case,… Read More »

By Panos, February 12, 2013 26 News

Carmack believes it makes more sense to create a special emulator for Linux rather than to port video games to Linux, which is used by just 1.21 percent of PC users, he stated on reddit. Here’s what he said: I… Read More »

By Panos, February 7, 2013 4 News

I still remember myself trying to play Counter-Strike under Linux using WINE or Cedega. A couple years later, today, somebody told me that Valve releases both titles through Linux Steam client — beta no more. All you have to do is go… Read More »

By Panos, January 31, 2013 10 How To, News

After several posts into their forums, it is now the time for AMD to launch their most awaited driver (bug-fixes concerning to Steam Linux client) that comes in their 3rd instalment of Catalyst 13.2 beta.  So, if you had problem with… Read More »

By Panos, January 28, 2013 3 News

We Want Linux to be a First-Class Citizen for Game Development Right now, Linux has some great programming libraries for developing games, but when it comes to working as a level designer or an artist, the tools are lagging behind… Read More »

By Panos, January 28, 2013 0 How To

When you get a new CPU and want to overclock,  typically you need to verify and stabilise your tested settings. First off let us remind you that we always recommend increments of 100MHz on cpu frequency (from the default base… Read More »

By Panos, January 28, 2013 0 How To

Disclaimer: Volt-modding your hardware may void the warranty, cause overheating, instability, or even permanent damage. Please volt-mod on your own risk. Certain other procedures mentioned in this article may also cause damage, data loss, or voiding of warranty. Those referenced… Read More »

By Panos, January 27, 2013 0 How To

Open console (~) Type ‘record #‘  (Replace # with desired filename). Once you’re done recording what you want, type ‘stop‘ into console, then leave the game type “timedemo #” (Replace # with desired filename) to start benching   if you want… Read More »