Another big week of news and happenings in the tech, gaming, and science space, and Jak and Kosta are back with a new episode of The TT Show - TweakTown's official podcast. This week, they go all-in on AMD's answer to DLSS 3 called Fluid Motion Frames, talk about the latest game-changing and potentially troubling communication technology from Mark Zuckerberg and Meta, the insane Las Vegas Sphere, and more!
The duo also digs into the recent Meta Quest 3 announcement, which improves the processing power of the all-in-one VR solution and adds a dose of mixed reality via new color outfacing cameras.
Then there's a leaked roadmap from MSI showcasing no less than six new OLED displays coming soon, which begs the question - is OLED the future of gaming monitors? Plus, the longest astronaut in space, EK's crazy water-cooled PlayStation 5 solution, and Microsoft's plans to go nuclear.
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All the topics discussed in this week's episode of The TT Show
- Read more: Meta Quest 3 shipping in October with double the GPU power and mixed reality features
- Read more: AMD's new driver-level Fluid Motion Frames is available to preview in 20 titles on RDNA 3 GPUs
- Read more: AMD's FSR 3 is officially launching in a few hours, with seemingly no early access for media
- Read more: Leaked MSI display roadmap shows a stack of OLED monitors, including one that will hit 360 Hz
- Read more: EK launches the EK-QuantumX CoolingStation Monoblock liquid cooler for the PlayStation 5
- Read more: Microsoft is planning to power its data centers with nuclear microreactors
- Read more: iPhone 15 Pro overheating problems are caused by design flaws, says Apple insiders
- Read more: Apple finally responds to iPhone 15 overheating issues with a solution
- Read more: Las Vegas Sphere goes mega viral after its first show shocked the world
- Read more: This astronaut just set a new record for the longest time an American has stayed in space
- Read more: Mark Zuckerberg reveals the future of communication during a podcast with Lex Fridman
- Read more: Mark Zuckerberg may let you speak to dead people with baffling new technology