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0 ASUS ROG Sica MOBA Gaming Mouse Review

ASUS ROG Sica MOBA Gaming Mouse Review

Input Devices | 28th April 2016

If you're in the market for a minimalist mouse with high specifications then perhaps the ASUS Sica will be just the ticket.

15 OverKILL3D - MSI GTX 980 Gaming Quad SLI and SLI Bridge

OverKILL3D - MSI GTX 980 Gaming Quad SLI and SLI Bridge

GPU & Displays | 26th April 2016

If you've ever been disappointed that your amazing Quad-SLI setup had to make do with such a bland SLI Bridge then MSI have just the thing for you.

6 AMD Radeon Software Crimson 16.4.2 - DirectX 12 Performance Boosted

AMD Radeon Software Crimson 16.4.2 - DirectX 12 Performance Boosted

GPU & Displays | 25th April 2016

AMD has been making huge strides when it comes to their GPU drivers, with their new 16.4.2 driver promising some new DirectX 12 optimisations.

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1 Creative Assembly Details Total War: Warhammer free post-launch DLC

Creative Assembly Details Total War: Warhammer free post-launch DLC

Mark Campbell | 12th April 2016

Creative Assembly has detailed Total War: Warhammer's free post-launch DLC, promising new units, heroes, magic and a new playable race.

7 Uraniom lets you import your own face into games

Uraniom lets you import your own face into games

Mark Campbell | 12th April 2016

Have you ever wanted to play as yourself in a game? Now with Uraniom you can import a 3D model of your own face into games like GTA:V, Fallout 4, Skyrim and CS:GO.

6 Antec Crown Chassis

Antec Crown Chassis

Mark Campbell | 12th April 2016

Let's have a look at Antec's upcoming Crown PC chassis. What do you think of the new design?

22 Microsoft will be adding QR codes to the "Blue Screen of Death"

Microsoft will be adding QR codes to the "Blue Screen of Death"

Mark Campbell | 12th April 2016

Microsoft will be adding QR codes to the "Blue Screen of Death" to allow users to easily troubleshoot crashes.

0 ASUS Cerberus Gaming Mouse Review

ASUS Cerberus Gaming Mouse Review

Input Devices | 25th April 2016

The second part of our look at the new ASUS Cerberus range focusses upon their gaming mouse.

4 ASUS Cerberus Gaming Keyboard Review

ASUS Cerberus Gaming Keyboard Review

Input Devices | 25th April 2016

ASUS have recently released a set of Cerberus peripherals, and we've put them all through their paces.

0 Nanoxia CoolForce 2 Review

Nanoxia CoolForce 2 Review

Cases & Cooling | 22nd April 2016

Let's take a look at the latest case from German manufacturers Nanoxia, the CoolForce 2

6 Corsair K70 Rapidfire RGB Gaming Keyboard Review

Corsair K70 Rapidfire RGB Gaming Keyboard Review

Input Devices | 21st April 2016

Corsair have tweaked the Cherry MX switches to make them even more responsive in their latest keyboard, and we put it to the test.

5 Bengal System Upgrade Time

Bengal System Upgrade Time

Systems | 19th April 2016

We all need to refresh our systems now and again, and the Bengal rig is no different. Even a minor upgrade can rejuvenate your rig and the Cablemod kits are the perfect choice.

8 ASUS MITX Motherboard Roundup

ASUS MITX Motherboard Roundup

CPU & Mainboard | 15th April 2016

As more and more mITX motherboards provide exceptional performance, we take three of ASUS offerings and discuss which is the one for you.

0 Crucial Ballistix Sport LT Red DDR4 Memory - RushKit

Crucial Ballistix Sport LT Red DDR4 Memory - RushKit

Memory | 13th April 2016

Today we have a look at Crucial's Ballistics Sport Red DDR4 memory. Now that is some Sexy DDR4.

3 Dark Souls 3 PC Performance Review

Dark Souls 3 PC Performance Review

GPU & Displays | 12th April 2016

In the Dark Souls series death is always around the corner, but will Dark Souls 3's PC version be just as demanding on hardware as it is on players?

41 ASUS Strix Soundcard Range Review

ASUS Strix Soundcard Range Review

Audio | 12th April 2016

Any Audiophile will know that not much can beat a good soundcard, so how do ASUS' new Strix series of soundcards stack up?

10 Corsair SF450 SF600 SFX PSU Review & Testing

Corsair SF450 SF600 SFX PSU Review & Testing

PSUs | 11th April 2016

Corsair has finally released an SFX PSU, packing a lot of wattage into a small form factor. How well does it cope when abused on our PSU load tester?

11 Catzilla Now Supports 4K - Flagship GPU Performance Review

Catzilla Now Supports 4K - Flagship GPU Performance Review

GPU & Displays | 9th April 2016

Let's have a look at Nvidia's GTX 980Ti and AMD R9 Fury X in AllPlayer's Catzilla benchmark, which was recently updated to support 4K resolutions.

16 Quantum Break PC Performance Review

Quantum Break PC Performance Review

GPU & Displays | 7th April 2016

Quantum Break had a bad reputation on PC even before it was released, but is that hatred justified? Let's have a look at Quantum Break's Performance on PC.

1 ASUS GR6 Console PC Review

ASUS GR6 Console PC Review

Systems | 6th April 2016

How small can PC gaming get and yet remain satisfying? We have a look at ASUS's GR6 mini PC, which is smaller than both the PS4 and Xbox One.

5 Ashes of the Singularity PC Performance Review

Ashes of the Singularity PC Performance Review

GPU & Displays | 4th April 2016

Let's have a look at the Ashes of the Singularity's Performance on PC. Does DirectX 12 give us any extra performance?

3 Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro L Review

Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro L Review

Input Devices | 31st March 2016

The latest CM Storm keyboard is designed to be as bright as possible, with some special PCB tricks beneath. Does it achieve its goals?

8 InWin H-Tower Motorised Transforming Case Review

InWin H-Tower Motorised Transforming Case Review

Cases & Cooling | 25th March 2016

Let's have a look at In-Win's Prime PC Chassis. Is its Transforming PC design enough to justify the price tag?

0 Paragon Beta PC Performance Review

Paragon Beta PC Performance Review

GPU & Displays | 21st March 2016

Paragon's early access season has started, allowing gamers to play this graphically intensive MOBA for the first time. How powerful does your PC need to be to run this beautiful Unreal Engine 4 title?

9 Intel Xeon E3-1230 V5 Review

Intel Xeon E3-1230 V5 Review

CPU & Mainboard | 21st March 2016

All the performance of an Intel Core i7-6700K for the price of a i5-6600K. Too good to be true?

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8 Samsung has sold over 1 million curved monitors

Samsung has sold over 1 million curved monitors

Mark Campbell | 11th April 2016

Samsung has sold over 1 million curved monitors, with the company accounting for 85% of global curved monitor sales.

0 Oculus Rift Pre-orders are now backdated until August

Oculus Rift Pre-orders are now backdated until August

Mark Campbell | 11th April 2016

Oculus Rift Pre-orders are still in high demand, with Pre-orders now backdated until August. Now Pre-orders do not Include Eve: Valkyrie as a free game.

18 Pascal rumored to launch at Computex 2016 and enter mass shipment in July

Pascal rumored to launch at Computex 2016 and enter mass shipment in July

Mark Campbell | 11th April 2016

Nvidia's Pascal GPUs are rumored to launch at Computex 2016 and enter mass shipment in July.

0 G.Skill Announce Low Latency DDR4 memory that runs at 3600MHz

G.Skill Announce Low Latency DDR4 memory that runs at 3600MHz

Mark Campbell | 11th April 2016

G.Skill have announced a new Low Latency kit of DDR4 memory that runs at 3600MHz at CL15 timings.

5 Corsair releases the Carbide Spec-Alpha

Corsair releases the Carbide Spec-Alpha

Mark Campbell | 9th April 2016

Corsair releases their new Carbide Spec-Alpha chassis, offering a new Angular design and a striking aesthetic.

1 Lian Li announces two SFX-L Power Supplies

Lian Li announces two SFX-L Power Supplies

Mark Campbell | 9th April 2016

Lian Li has announced two new SFX-L Power Supplies, the 550W PE-550 and the 750W PE-750.

21 Corsair Extends Select PSU Warranties from 7 Years to 10 Years

Corsair Extends Select PSU Warranties from 7 Years to 10 Years

Mark Campbell | 8th April 2016

Corsair has extended the warranties on their AXi, HXi, RMi and RMx Series PSUs from 7 to ten years.

2 Everybody's Gone to the Rapture PC System Requirements

Everybody's Gone to the Rapture PC System Requirements

Mark Campbell | 8th April 2016

The PC system requirements for Everybody's Gone to the Rapture have been released.

2 Attack on Titan Officially Announced For The PC

Attack on Titan Officially Announced For The PC

Mark Campbell | 8th April 2016

Koei Tecmo has announced that Attack on Titan will be coming to Steam on August 30th, with a storyline that closely follows the story of the Anime and offers some surprisingly good visuals.

3 Nvidia's Tesla P100 does not use the full Pascal GPU core

Nvidia's Tesla P100 does not use the full Pascal GPU core

Mark Campbell | 7th April 2016

Nvidia's Tesla P100 does not use the full Pascal GPU core, with 256 GPU cores being left out of the design.

11 AMD Radeon Pro Duo may Launch on April 28th

AMD Radeon Pro Duo may Launch on April 28th

Mark Campbell | 7th April 2016

Rumors suggest that AMD's Radeon Pro Duo may Launch on April 28th, offering 16TFLOPS of FP32 performance, making this GPU more powerful in some cases than even the newly announced Nvidia Tesla P100.

14 Mayhems advises users on how to avoid colour change issues with certain coolants

Mayhems advises users on how to avoid colour change issues with certain coolants

Mark Campbell | 7th April 2016

Mayhems has released an advisory on how to avoid colour change issues with certain coolants.

2 SK Hynix shows HBM, GDDR5 and HBM 2 side by side

SK Hynix shows HBM, GDDR5 and HBM 2 side by side

Mark Campbell | 7th April 2016

SK Hynix has shown HBM, GDDR5 and HBM 2 side by side at Nvidia's GPU Technology Conference, showing that HBM offers huge capacities for its size when compared to both older memory standards.

7 DOOM will soon have an Open Multiplayer Beta

DOOM will soon have an Open Multiplayer Beta

Mark Campbell | 6th April 2016

DOOM will soon have an Open Multiplayer Beta. The beta will take place between April 15th and 18th and will require no codes for access.

1 Quantum Break's DRM can treat legitimate users like pirates

Quantum Break's DRM can treat legitimate users like pirates

Mark Campbell | 6th April 2016

Quantum Break's DRM can treat legitimate users like pirates if they are not connected to the Windows Store. Thankfully the game only makes the user look like a pirate though.

7 WhatsApp introduces end-to-end encryption

WhatsApp introduces end-to-end encryption

Mark Campbell | 6th April 2016

WhatsApp has introduced end-to-end encryption to their communications services, meaning that your private communications will remain private and unreadable if intercepted by criminals or governments.

4 Humble Staff Picks Bundle

Humble Staff Picks Bundle

Mark Campbell | 6th April 2016

The Humble Staff Picks bundle is now available, offering some amazing games at some ultra low prices.

14 Quantum Break PC First Impressions 4K Screenshots

Quantum Break PC First Impressions 4K Screenshots

Mark Campbell | 5th April 2016

Let's have a look at the stunning visuals available when Quantum Break is played at 4K. Just a shame the game is a slideshow when running it like this.

12 Nvidia Announces Pascal Tesla P100 Volume Production

Nvidia Announces Pascal Tesla P100 Volume Production

Mark Campbell | 5th April 2016

Nvidia Announces Pascal Tesla P100 Volume Production, a 600mm square processor that offers 21.2TF of GPU performance and utilises HBM 2 memory and NvLink technology.

3 Eve Valkyrie will be coming to the HTC Vive later this year

Eve Valkyrie will be coming to the HTC Vive later this year

Mark Campbell | 5th April 2016

Eve Valkyrie, a former Oculus Rift Exclusive title, will be coming to the HTC Vive/Steam VR later this year.

11 IKEA have a VR Experience?

IKEA have a VR Experience?

Mark Campbell | 5th April 2016

IKEA has just released their own "VR Experience" on Steam, allowing those with the HTC Vive to explore a digital kitchen showroom where you can quickly interact and even change the materials or finish of the units.

0 Overclockers UK are attending VR World Congress

Overclockers UK are attending VR World Congress

Mark Campbell | 5th April 2016

Overclockers UK will be attending VR World Congress, and will be displaying a wide range of VR Ready PCs and be giving VR demonstrations with the HTC Vive at the event.

6 AMD Pre-Announces 7th Gen A-Series SOC

AMD Pre-Announces 7th Gen A-Series SOC

Mark Campbell | 5th April 2016

AMD has "pre-announced" their upcoming Bristol Ridge SoCs, offering more performance at less power than their previous offering while also bringing DDR4 support.

4 Samsung Starts Mass Producing 10nm Class DRAM

Samsung Starts Mass Producing 10nm Class DRAM

Mark Campbell | 5th April 2016

Samsung Starts Mass Producing 10nm Class DRAM chips, offering up to 20% power savings or 30% more performance than their 20nm counterparts.

8 AMD Release Radeon Software 16.4.1 Driver for Quantum Break

AMD Release Radeon Software 16.4.1 Driver for Quantum Break

Mark Campbell | 5th April 2016

AMD has released their new Radeon Software Crimson 16.4.1 Driver for Quantum Break, offering 35% performance gains for AMD's R9 Fury X.

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