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3 SilverStone Precision PS11B-Q PS11 Review

SilverStone Precision PS11B-Q PS11 Review

Cases & Cooling | 29th January 2015

Let's take a look a the new Silverstone Precision PS11B-Q. A low noise case that won't break the bank

16 ASUS Z97 TUF Sabranco White Motherboard Review

ASUS Z97 TUF Sabranco White Motherboard Review

CPU & Mainboard | 28th January 2015

We finally get our hands on the Sabranco long enough to run it through our suite of benchmarks. Does it go as nicely as it looks?

18 ASUS GTX960 Strix Review

ASUS GTX960 Strix Review

GPU & Displays | 22nd January 2015

We have two very different takes upon the GTX960, and first up is the ASUS Strix.

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7 XFX and Fatal1ty Debut Their First Collaborative Effort

XFX and Fatal1ty Debut Their First Collaborative Effort

Matthew Fogg | 14th December 2006

The first collaborative effort by gaming industry leader XFX and the world’s No. 1 ranked gamer, Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel debuted today.

2 VIA Vinyl HD Audio Codecs Receive Windows VistaT Premium Logo

VIA Vinyl HD Audio Codecs Receive Windows VistaT Premium Logo

Matthew Fogg | 14th December 2006

VIA Technologies, today announced that all VIA Vinyl HD audio codecs have passed the Microsoft® Windows VistaT 32bit/64bit Premium logo tests.

0 Crucial Technology Introduces Online System Scanner Tool for Windows Vista Operating System

Crucial Technology Introduces Online System Scanner Tool for Windows Vista Operating System

Matthew Fogg | 14th December 2006

Crucial has just introduced an online system scanner tool specifically for Windows Vista™. It is ideal for those users wondering whether their old system can handle a Vista upgrade.

7 The Ghetto Wii Power Glove

The Ghetto Wii Power Glove

Matthew Fogg | 12th December 2006

We present the Nintendo Wii Power Glove made by a Japanese modder. Not much info, but plenty of pics and a video...

4 MSI GTX960 Gaming Review

MSI GTX960 Gaming Review

GPU & Displays | 22nd January 2015

The other of our two GTX960 launch reviews is the MSI Gaming GTX960. How does it stack up?

1 nVidia Maxwell GTX960 Review

nVidia Maxwell GTX960 Review

GPU & Displays | 22nd January 2015

Today sees the launch of the nVidia product that will find its way into the most homes, the GTX960. We see what it contains.

65 Win a Fractal R5 GTX960 Watercooled Gaming System

Win a Fractal R5 GTX960 Watercooled Gaming System

Audio | 22nd January 2015

We have teamed up with Fractal to give you all a chance of winning a watercooled gaming system powered by Nvidia's latest GTX960 graphics card

17 AMD FX 8320e 8 core CPU Review

AMD FX 8320e 8 core CPU Review

CPU & Mainboard | 21st January 2015

Does AMD's FX Linup still have some life in it? Let's see.

8 Kingston HyperX Cloud 2 7.1 Headset Review

Kingston HyperX Cloud 2 7.1 Headset Review

Audio | 20th January 2015

The original Kingston Cloud was one of our favourite headsets last year. Today we take a look at the updated 7.1 USB version.

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3 New Memory Chip Technology

New Memory Chip Technology

Matthew Fogg | 12th December 2006

IBM, Macronix & Qimonda Show Off Their New Memory Chip Technology. Read on to find out more...

6  Valve Introduces Steam Guest Passes

Valve Introduces Steam Guest Passes

Matthew Fogg | 12th December 2006

For their latest marketing scheme, Valve is using the tried and true 'Free Trial' method. Valve has announced their new Steam Guest Pass system.

3 Thermaltake's iFlash+ Fan

Thermaltake's iFlash+ Fan

Matthew Fogg | 12th December 2006

Thermaltake Technology officially presents you the iFlash+ (12cm) fan – the fan that is visually stunning.

2 Super Talent & Overclock3D's Christmas Give-away!

Super Talent & Overclock3D's Christmas Give-away!

James Napier | 11th December 2006

In the spirit of the festive season Overclock3D and Super Talent are giving every OC3D member the chance to bulk up their Christmas stocking in this great give-away.

8 The Mac - Roomba Interface

The Mac - Roomba Interface

Matthew Fogg | 11th December 2006

This project shows you how to use the built-in tilt sensors of the MacBook to control a Roomba. Since Perl hasn’t been used to program a Roomba yet, it seemed like a fun task to show that it could be done (and pretty easily too).

10 Direct Wireless Connectivity Of Up To 12 Gigabits Per Second!

Direct Wireless Connectivity Of Up To 12 Gigabits Per Second!

Matthew Fogg | 11th December 2006

Scientists in Australia have developed a new approach to wireless networking that allows a DVD quality movie file to be transferred from one machine to another in less than a second.

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