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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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0 Samsung introduce 7.68TB 2.5" SSD

Samsung introduce 7.68TB 2.5" SSD

Mark Campbell | 28th March 2016

Samsung has introduced their new PM963 7.68TB 2.5" Enterprise SSD which offers speeds of up to 1,600MB/s reads and 1,200MB/s writes.

4 DayZ getting a DirectX 11 version - Huge performance gains

DayZ getting a DirectX 11 version - Huge performance gains

Mark Campbell | 28th March 2016

DayZ getting a DirectX 11 version, offering huge performance gains over the current DirectX 9 version of the game in demanding areas. Who wants a 10-20 FPS boost?

2 Mobile AMOLED displays are now cheaper to produce than LCD

Mobile AMOLED displays are now cheaper to produce than LCD

Mark Campbell | 25th March 2016

5 inch AMOLED displays are now cheaper to produce than equivalent LCD displays, making the thinner, brighter more energy efficient display technology cheaper for the first time. Expect budget phones to contain better displays.

1 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will use both Nvidia and AMD technologies

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will use both Nvidia and AMD technologies

Mark Campbell | 25th March 2016

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will make use of use both Nvidia and AMD technologies, with AMD TressFX based PureHair and Nvidia's PhysX and APEX middlewares.

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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0 Valve release Steam Controller CAD 3D Model

Valve release Steam Controller CAD 3D Model

Mark Campbell | 25th March 2016

Valve have released the CAD Geometry/ 3D Models of the Steam Controller, allowing fans to create custom parts for their controller and other creative add-ons.

0 Broadwell-E Xeon CPUs could launch by the end of the month

Broadwell-E Xeon CPUs could launch by the end of the month

Mark Campbell | 25th March 2016

According to leaker Intel Slides Broadwell-E Xeon CPUs could launch by the end of the month, bringing CPUs to market that offer up to 22 CPU cores and up to 44 threads.

11 Virtual Desktop in VR - Compatible with Everything

Virtual Desktop in VR - Compatible with Everything

Mark Campbell | 25th March 2016

Virtual Desktop for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive that let's you use your PC in VR, allowing you to browse the web, watch movies, view photos or even play games on a giant virtual screen.

1 Quantum Break's PC Graphical Options Menu has officially been revealed

Quantum Break's PC Graphical Options Menu has officially been revealed

Mark Campbell | 25th March 2016

Quantum Break's PC Graphical Options Menu has officially been revealed, showing that the game now has an AA option, but still lacks proper V-Sync options.

1 Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault is now Free on Origin

Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault is now Free on Origin

Mark Campbell | 25th March 2016

Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault is now available for Free on Origin as part of EA's "On the House" program.

4 Micron begins sampling GDDR5X memory chips

Micron begins sampling GDDR5X memory chips

Mark Campbell | 24th March 2016

Micron has started sampling GDDR5X memory chips to customers, offering chips of 1GB and 2GB storage densities which allow GPUs to be built with 8GB or 16GB or VRAM with just a 256-bit memory bus.

1 Samsung Create tiny BGA SSD for phones and Tablets

Samsung Create tiny BGA SSD for phones and Tablets

Mark Campbell | 24th March 2016

Samsung have created a tiny BGA SSD for mobile devices, an SSD that offers read and write speeds of 1500MB/s and 600MB/s.

4 8Pack Asteroid - The fastest Mini-ITX PC Available

8Pack Asteroid - The fastest Mini-ITX PC Available

Mark Campbell | 24th March 2016

Overclockers UK has announced the new 8Pack Asteroid extreme mini PC, a PC that is designed and built by world renowned overclocker Ian "8Pack" Parry. The Asteroid is the fastest Mini-ITX gaming PC available on the market today, offering extreme performance in a small form factor.

0 MSI Spring Motherboard Cashback Promotion

MSI Spring Motherboard Cashback Promotion

Mark Campbell | 23rd March 2016

Right now with MSI you can get up to £40 cashback if you purchase an MSI motherboard between March 18th and April 18th. This applies to all current Intel Sockets and is not exclusive to any retailers.

1 AMD's Capsaicin livestream is now available to watch online

AMD's Capsaicin livestream is now available to watch online

Mark Campbell | 23rd March 2016

For those of you that missed it. AMD's Capsaicin livestream is now available to watch in its entirety on YouTube. See AMD talk about Polaris, VR and DirectX 12 for yourselves.

19 Samsung shows off SM961 and PM961 M.2 NVMe SSDs

Samsung shows off SM961 and PM961 M.2 NVMe SSDs

Mark Campbell | 23rd March 2016

Samsung shows off SM961 and PM961 SSDs, offering read speeds of 3200MB/s and 3000MB/s respectively.

7 Nvidia's HairWorks Source Code is now Available on GitHub

Nvidia's HairWorks Source Code is now Available on GitHub

Mark Campbell | 23rd March 2016

Nvidia's HairWorks Source Code is now Available on GitHub, giving developers more access to this beautiful technology.

9 Intel officially kills "Tick Tock"?

Intel officially kills "Tick Tock"?

Mark Campbell | 23rd March 2016

It seems Intel's clock has finally broken, with the company finally moving away from their classic Tick, Tock CPU release model to a new Process, Architecture, Optimization model. Now every process node will have 3 CPU generations rather than just two.

4 Quantum Break's PC Graphical Options Menu has leaked

Quantum Break's PC Graphical Options Menu has leaked

Mark Campbell | 23rd March 2016

Quantum Break's PC Graphical Options Menu has leaked, showing a lot of settings to tweak, but a lack of any AA options.

1 VR Roller Coasters could be the future

VR Roller Coasters could be the future

Mark Campbell | 23rd March 2016

VR Roller Coasters are here, and they may be the most exciting thing to happen to theme parks in years.

2 Payday 2 releases on Steam OS and becomes Free to Play for the rest of the month

Payday 2 releases on Steam OS and becomes Free to Play for the rest of the month

Mark Campbell | 23rd March 2016

Payday 2 has just released on Steam OS and to celebrate the game is now on sale for 75% off its regular price and is now Free to Play for the rest of the month.

3 Humble Sega Strategy Bundle

Humble Sega Strategy Bundle

Mark Campbell | 23rd March 2016

The Humble Sega Strategy Bundle has been released, giving gamers a large number of strategy games for bargain prices.

2 From Software revise Dark Souls 3's PC system requirements

From Software revise Dark Souls 3's PC system requirements

Mark Campbell | 23rd March 2016

From Software have released a new revised set of PC system requirements for Dark Souls 3, significantly raising the CPU requirements and the high end GPU requirements.

0 Nuk3town is now free for all Black Ops 3 players

Nuk3town is now free for all Black Ops 3 players

Mark Campbell | 22nd March 2016

Nuk3town, the former Preorder exclusive map DLC, is now free for all Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 players.

0 PlayStation VR complete bundle to Cost $499

PlayStation VR complete bundle to Cost $499

Mark Campbell | 22nd March 2016

The complete PlayStation VR bundle, which is to include motion controllers and the PlayStation camera will cost $499, which is still $100 cheaper than the Oculus Rift.

0 Blizzard release first Overwatch animated short - Recall

Blizzard release first Overwatch animated short - Recall

Mark Campbell | 22nd March 2016

Blizzard release their first in a series of Overwatch animated shorts. This first episode "Recall" tells the story of Winston, the Heroic gorilla/scientist.

0 Super Mario 3D World can now run at full speed on the Wii U Cemu Emulator

Super Mario 3D World can now run at full speed on the Wii U Cemu Emulator

Mark Campbell | 22nd March 2016

Super Mario 3D World can now run at full speed on the Wii U Cemu Emulator.

3 ASUS/Kingston GTX 970+240GB SSD Bundle

ASUS/Kingston GTX 970+240GB SSD Bundle

Mark Campbell | 21st March 2016

Overclockers UK have put together an amazing bundle that contains an ASUS GTX 970 Turbo or Strix a Kingston 240GB SSD and two games for as low as £275.99.

2 Rocket League to gain Cross-Network Play with Xbox One

Rocket League to gain Cross-Network Play with Xbox One

Mark Campbell | 21st March 2016

Psyonix has announced that Rocket League is going to be the first game that will feature cross-network play, bringing online unity to all platforms.

1 Microsoft brings Extensions to their Edge browser

Microsoft brings Extensions to their Edge browser

Mark Campbell | 21st March 2016

Microsoft have released their first preview version of their Edge browser with extension support, with plans to roll out support for all Edge users soon.

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