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16 ASUS ROG Spatha Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

ASUS ROG Spatha Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

Input Devices | 1st May 2016

Even for a ROG product the Spatha is stuffed full of every technology you can think of. We take it for a spin.

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.

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10 Far Cry: Primal and Rise of the Tomb Raider will use Denuvo Anti-Tamper Tech

Far Cry: Primal and Rise of the Tomb Raider will use Denuvo Anti-Tamper Tech

Mark Campbell | 24th January 2016

Far Cry: Primal and Rise of the Tomb Raider will make use of Denuvo's Anti-Tamper Technology to help curb piracy.

8 Elite Dangerous developer Frontier is focusing on SteamVR over Oculus

Elite Dangerous developer Frontier is focusing on SteamVR over Oculus

Mark Campbell | 23rd January 2016

Elite Dangerous developer Frontier is focusing on SteamVR/ HTC Vive over the Oculus Rift as the Rift SDK has been difficult to use with the game.

16 Nvidia Recommends GPUs for Rise of Tom Clancy's The Division

Nvidia Recommends GPUs for Rise of Tom Clancy's The Division

Mark Campbell | 23rd January 2016

Nvidia has just recommended GPUs for Tom Clancy's The Division for 1080p and 1440p gameplay in the upcoming Beta tests.

0 Google agrees 130m pound in UK tax to the HMRC

Google agrees 130m pound in UK tax to the HMRC

Mark Campbell | 23rd January 2016

Google has agreed to pay 130 Million pounds to the HMRC after an "open audit" by the UK tax authorities.

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.

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?

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7 Tom Clancy's The Division PC Requirements officially revealed

Tom Clancy's The Division PC Requirements officially revealed

Mark Campbell | 22nd January 2016

Tom Clancy's The Division's PC requirements have been officially revealed on steam, requiring a minimum of a Quad core i5 or a 6-core AMD FX CPU.

14 The Division 4K Screenshots and PC Specific Features

The Division 4K Screenshots and PC Specific Features

Mark Campbell | 22nd January 2016

Ubisoft has just released two new 4K Screenshots of the PC version of The Division and announced several PC Specific Features, including SLI and Multi-Monitor support.

24 Nvidia Recommends GPUs for Rise of the Tomb Raider 60FPS high Gameplay

Nvidia Recommends GPUs for Rise of the Tomb Raider 60FPS high Gameplay

Mark Campbell | 22nd January 2016

Nvidia has just recommended GPUs for Rise of the Tomb Raider for 60FPS high Gameplay at 1080p and 1440p.

1 Project Cars will be updated to support the Oculus Rift at Launch

Project Cars will be updated to support the Oculus Rift at Launch

Mark Campbell | 22nd January 2016

Project Cars will be updated to support the Oculus Rift when the consumer version launches, bringing immersive First person driving to a whole new level.

1 Chome's new Compression Algorithm is going to make it much faster

Chome's new Compression Algorithm is going to make it much faster

Mark Campbell | 22nd January 2016

Chome's new Brotli Compression Algorithm is going to make the browser run much faster.

3 JEDEC publishes their GDDR5X graphics memory standard

JEDEC publishes their GDDR5X graphics memory standard

Mark Campbell | 22nd January 2016

JEDEC has now published their GDDR5X graphics memory standard, offering double the speed of GDDR5 while using the same signaling methods.

12 Dwarf Dwalin Realtime Model created in Unreal engine 4

Dwarf Dwalin Realtime Model created in Unreal engine 4

Mark Campbell | 21st January 2016

Dwarf Dwalin, a character from the Hobbit Films and book, has bee recreated in Realtime in the Unreal engine 4. It looks as good as the movie!

7 Tom Clancy's The Division PC Requirements Revealed By Ubisoft Russia

Tom Clancy's The Division PC Requirements Revealed By Ubisoft Russia

Mark Campbell | 21st January 2016

Tom Clancy's The Division PC Requirements Revealed By Ubisoft Russia, requiring a minimum of 2GB of VRAM and a minimum of a quad core Intel CPU or a 6-core AMD CPU.

3 Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO recieves a demo and system requirements on Steam

Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO recieves a demo and system requirements on Steam

Mark Campbell | 21st January 2016

Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO has just launched a demo and it's PC system requirements on Steam.

1 Hitman will use DirectX 12?

Hitman will use DirectX 12?

Mark Campbell | 21st January 2016

IO Interactive will be holding a tutorial session at GDC called "Rendering Hitman with DirectX 12", confirming that the game renderer supports the new API.

8 AMD's Zen will have a "greater than 40%" IPC improvement

AMD's Zen will have a "greater than 40%" IPC improvement

Mark Campbell | 21st January 2016

AMD has stated that Zen will have a "greater than 40%" IPC improvement, hinting that Zen has performed better than expected.

13 UK Broadband firms face advertising reform

UK Broadband firms face advertising reform

Mark Campbell | 21st January 2016

The UK Broadband firms face advertising reform due to misleading price claims.

0 Surface Pro power cords recalled by Microsoft - could catch fire

Surface Pro power cords recalled by Microsoft - could catch fire

Mark Campbell | 21st January 2016

The AC power chords for the Microsoft Surface Pro have been recalled by Microsoft due to it being a fire hazard.

0 The Oculus Rift will not support Linux at launch

The Oculus Rift will not support Linux at launch

Mark Campbell | 21st January 2016

The Oculus Rift will not support Linux at launch, despite the fact that the developer kits were.

0 PCSpecialist release 32" Devcon Configurable AIO Desktops

PCSpecialist release 32" Devcon Configurable AIO Desktops

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

PCSpecialist Release 32" Configurable Devcon AIO Desktops that support ATX motherboards and Desktop GPUs.

1 Nintendo NX "may work with smartphones, PCs and even rival consoles"

Nintendo NX "may work with smartphones, PCs and even rival consoles"

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

Nintendo NX "may work with smartphones, PCs and even rival consoles like the PS4". What could this mean?

11 AMD R9 Fury Price Decease Immanent?

AMD R9 Fury Price Decease Immanent?

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

AMD is rumored to be decreasing the price of their R9 Fury GPUs soon after the surprise price reductions of their R9 Nano GPU.

5 Hidden Gems of CES ASUS 10Gb networking

Hidden Gems of CES ASUS 10Gb networking

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

Let's have a look at ASUS' upcoming consumer 10Gb networking solutions.

2 Intel plan to release 10nm CPUs in 2017

Intel plan to release 10nm CPUs in 2017

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

Intel plan to release 10nm CPUs in 2017, but Intel's Tick-Tock release model seems to be changing to a Tick-Tock-Tock model, with 3 generations per process node.

0 HTC Denies VR Spin Off Rumors

HTC Denies VR Spin Off Rumors

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

HTC has denied recent VR Spin Off Rumors, saying that they will continue to dedicate resources to VR and create maximum value for it's shareholders.

4 UK Government responds to Encryption petition

UK Government responds to Encryption petition

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

The UK Government has responded to an Encryption petition, saying that they are not seeking a ban on encryption or limiting the technology. They have also stated that they will not require an Encryption "back-door".

0 Humble Firaxis Bundle

Humble Firaxis Bundle

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

The Humble Firaxis Games Bundle is now live, allowing gamers to get Civilization V, XCOM: Enemy Unknown and other titles for bargain prices.

0 Crytek announces VR First Initiative

Crytek announces VR First Initiative

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

Crytek has announced their new VR First Initiative, where Crytek and hardware partners will provide academic institutions with VR headsets, machines and CryEngine source code.

3 Cities: Skylines Snowfall Expansion

Cities: Skylines Snowfall Expansion

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

Cities: Skylines' new Snowfall Expansion has been announced, bringing in a winter map theme with world warmth mechanics and revamped public transport systems with Trams and snow plows.

0 HTC rumored to spin off VR division onto separate company

HTC rumored to spin off VR division onto separate company

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

HTC is rumored be to spinning off their HTC Vive VR division onto separate company.

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