Hard-core gamers giddy with anticipation at imminent release of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT By Kevin Kwong 5 Jan 2018 Non-gamers, look away now … It’s finally here! Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, the long-awaited fight game spin-off of the Japanese role-playing Final Fantasy series by developer Square Enix, arrives on our shores on Thursday. This is a huge deal for gamers in Hong Kong, bringing the … Continue reading Seconds out: Final Fantasy fight game landing in Hong Kong | Post Magazine
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Tekken 6 running on PPSSPP 1.5.2 emulator on android O.S. in Nvidia Shield Tablet K1. This game runs really good in this revision (in the 1.4.2 has some stuttering when i was not recording and here when i am not recording it dissapears). Again the Vulkan API has some graphical glitches on scenarios while OpenGL seems to render them ok and on windows this not … Continue reading Tekken 6 – PPSSPP 1.5.2 – Nvidia Shield Tablet K1 – Vulkan & OpenGL
https://www.youtube.com/observe?v=hM48zpm1xFA Far Cry Primal – Ruin Last IZILA Village #70 How to engage in Far Cry Primal? Enjoy With The Game titles 🙂 Be sure to enable The Video games has 100,000 subscribers and a lot more sights: Thank you, anyone !!! Much Cry Primal is an action-experience recreation set in an open entire world atmosphere and played from a 1st-man or woman standpoint. As … Continue reading Destroy Last IZILA Village #70 || Far Cry Primal
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This smaller PCB is thanks to a technology referred to as substrate-like PCBs, or SLP. Depictions from the report show a PCB with more layers than a traditional iPhone PCB thanks to application processor and RF signal-chain dedicated PCBs married via an interposer, creating a layer stackup nearly twice that of a conventional iPhone PCB.
However, this doesn’t come close to telling the whole story. While a new PCB stackup may offer some more flexibility in component placement, it’s important to remember that the opposite side of the board from the A11 isn’t empty in an iPhone 8. There are plenty of components there too — the NFC chip, display drivers, Wi-Fi combo chips, and power management ICs have all often found their homes directly opposite the workhorse application processor.
After all, 4.7-inch iPhones and their 5.5-inch “Plus” siblings have similarly sized PCBs, with battery capacity suffering as a direct result in the smaller phones. Herein lies the real problem in trying to improve battery life in these smaller form factors.
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