GeForce Garage - Cut your own case window!

Have you ever wanted to modify you case with a side window? The guys over at GeForce Garage have you covered. The newest tutorial shows you the tools you'll need to turn your boring side panel into a glorious window to truly showcase your master race components.  Note:  If you look closely at the end of the video, you can see an EVGA graphics card feature inside the system!

GeForce Garage is great resource to check out modding tutorials and tips as well as some amazing custom PC builds.

Winner Announced - Win an EVGA X99 Micro Motherboard!

We would like to thank all of you who entered this weeks contest to win an EVGA X99 Micro Motherboard!  We received some great feedback to our optional question about the computer case size preferences.  Just a quick poll result, we had 37% of you who prefer Mid Tower cases, 31% of you who prefer Full Tower cases, 7% of you prefer Micro cases, and 10% for each preference of ITX and Custom Cases.  


Now for the announcement:  We have randomly chosen our winner from all the eligible entries,  please help me in congratulating:

!!>>  Brian McDaniel  <<!!

You are the lucky winner of the small form factor and feature packed EVGA X99 Micro Motherboard!!!


Brian McDaniel,  we will be contacting you via your email address with further details.  Again, thank you to every one who entered the contest by liking and sharing the Team EVGA Facebook page and for all the awesome feedback!  Make sure to come back and check out our new articles on gaming, events, contests, tech, and hardware !!!

Batman: Arkham Knight and Patch Update

Rocksteady has released an updated patch on June 27, 2015 which address the issues that gamers are having with the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight game.  You can read a full list of the sections that the Rocksteady team will focus on developing and what the latest patch will address.  You can read the full description of the notes here via Steam

The fist patch will address the following:
  • Fixed a crash that was happening for some users when exiting the game 
  • Fixed a bug which disabled rain effects and ambient occlusion. We are actively looking into fixing other bugs to improve this further 
  • Corrected an issue that was causing Steam to re-download the game when verifying the integrity of the game cache through the Steam client 
  • Fixed a bug that caused the game to crash when turning off Motion Blur in BmSystemSettings.ini. A future patch will enable this in the graphics settings menu

What we can expect once the Rocksteady team is able to fully address and fix the PC version issues are detailed in the following videos where they feature the GameWorks features for the game and the Bat mobile!  While we wait for the fixes to come, enjoy the features below!

XCOM 2 E3 2015 Gameplay

Check out a 10 minute gameplay feature of XCOM 2 from E3 2015!  Fans of the XCOM series will enjoy the next game in the XCOM universe which takes place 20 years after the Earth surrenders to the Aliens on Unification Day.  XCOM has gone underground as a resistance movement.    XCOM 2 is a turn based strategy game with really impressive game mechanics and story line.  Check out the featured gameplay for a taste of whats to come when the game is released November 2015.  

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege E3 Dev Interview

This year at E3 2015, Nvidia was able to interview the developers of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege.  The teams focus in this game are the CTU's, Counter Terrorist Units.  The game features destructible environment, intelligent AI, and a concept of one life, where if you die during the match you are out until the next match.  

Check out the short video with tons of information from the Rainbow Six: Siege team.  Having been able to get into the closed beta test, the game was very fun, had great mechanics and great gameplay.  Let us know what you think in the comment section below!

Steam Greenlight's "Squad"


Squad is an online, team-based military experience where teamwork matters and communication is crucial to success.
Built from the ground up in Unreal Engine 4, Squad boasts teams of up to 50 people against one another in modern arms based combat scenarios. In the realistic game environment, the gameplay focuses heavily on the player and their team as they coordinate the attack on the opposing team.