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2 Nvidia Shield Tablet Android 6.0 performance update

Nvidia Shield Tablet Android 6.0 performance update

Systems | 20th February 2016

Nvidia's Shield Tablet has just been updated to Android 6.0. Does the new OS update give us any performance benefits?

34 ASUS PG348Q 34" ROG Swift Monitor Review

ASUS PG348Q 34" ROG Swift Monitor Review

GPU & Displays | 19th February 2016

ASUS have redefined what you expect from a monitor with the G-SYNC enabled with a 3440x1440 PG348Q ROG Swift. Credit card at the ready...

6 Vulkan API Performance Review - The Talos Principle

Vulkan API Performance Review - The Talos Principle

Software | 17th February 2016

Vulkan has been launched, but what are the performance gains like? Let's have a look.

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27 Nvidia GTX 1080 GPU Cooler Shroud Leaked?

Nvidia GTX 1080 GPU Cooler Shroud Leaked?

Mark Campbell | 19th April 2016

Pictures of the GPU cooler shroud of Nvidia's upcoming GTX 1080 GPU have been Leaked onto the web, showing a new and more angular GPU cooler design.

0 Raijintek release Morpheus II Core Edition GPU Cooler

Raijintek release Morpheus II Core Edition GPU Cooler

Mark Campbell | 19th April 2016

Raijintek has released their new Morpheus II Core Edition GPU cooler, offering up to 360 Watts of cooling capacity.

15 Upgraded PS4 Specifications leaked - Upgrades CPU, GPU and RAM

Upgraded PS4 Specifications leaked - Upgrades CPU, GPU and RAM

Mark Campbell | 19th April 2016

Recent leaks now suggest that the upgraded PS4, codenamed Neo, will feature an upgraded CPU, GPU and RAM. Let's have a look at the specifications.

12 World of Warcraft Legion Release date and system requirements announced

World of Warcraft Legion Release date and system requirements announced

Mark Campbell | 18th April 2016

The release date and system requirements for World of Warcraft Legion have been announced, with the new expansion coming on August 30th with higher PC system requirements.

0 Creative Sound Blaster Roar Pro Bluetooth Speaker Review

Creative Sound Blaster Roar Pro Bluetooth Speaker Review

Audio | 17th February 2016

Can a portable speaker really provide room-filling sound? The Creative Roar Pro might just surprise you.

3 ASUS Sabertooth Z170 S Review

ASUS Sabertooth Z170 S Review

CPU & Mainboard | 12th February 2016

If the full TUF Armor of the Z97 Sabranco wasn't to your fancy, but you still want a white motherboard, ASUS have just the thing with the Sabertooth Z170 S.

19 Dying Light: The Following PC Performance Review - AMD VS Nvidia

Dying Light: The Following PC Performance Review - AMD VS Nvidia

GPU & Displays | 12th February 2016

When the Zombies come you must use anything you can to fight back. What kind of hardware do you need to play Dying Light's new The Following Expansion?

0 ASUS Cerberus Gaming Headset Review

ASUS Cerberus Gaming Headset Review

Audio | 10th February 2016

The last of the Cerberus Trilogy is the Cerberus Gaming Headset. Can it improve where the others have failed?

2 Creative Outlier Bluetooth Headset Review

Creative Outlier Bluetooth Headset Review

Audio | 9th February 2016

In a world that's rapidly becoming wireless, Creative have launched the lightest headset this side of earbuds.

71 Phanteks Eclipse P400 Review

Phanteks Eclipse P400 Review

Cases & Cooling | 8th February 2016

Having taken a look at a fair few of the Enthoo range so thought we'd take a gander at the brand new Eclipse P400

19 XCOM 2 PC Performance Review - AMD VS Nvidia

XCOM 2 PC Performance Review - AMD VS Nvidia

GPU & Displays | 7th February 2016

What kind of hardware is needed to push back the oppressive Aliens in XCOM 2? Are our Earthly GPUs up for the task?

17 ASUS Z170 Maximus VIII Extreme and Extreme Assembly Review

ASUS Z170 Maximus VIII Extreme and Extreme Assembly Review

CPU & Mainboard | 5th February 2016

ASUS have really separated their various iterations of the Maximus VIII into distinct types, and we have two takes upon the Maximus VIII Extreme to review today.

10 KLEVV CRAS LED Memory Review RushKit

KLEVV CRAS LED Memory Review RushKit

Memory | 4th February 2016

Need some super sexy looking ram to give your rig a bit of grown up bling? You need to look at the CRAS memory range from KLEVV.

5 ASUS Sabertooth Sabranco Z170 S Preview RushKit

ASUS Sabertooth Sabranco Z170 S Preview RushKit

GPU & Displays | 3rd February 2016

ASUS' White Knight has finally arrived to save from the sea of red and black motherboards. Let's have a look at the ASUS Sabertooth Z170-S

7 Fractal Define Nano S ITX Case Review

Fractal Define Nano S ITX Case Review

Cases & Cooling | 3rd February 2016

Christmas is but a distant memory and the cases are starting to hit us hard and fast. First up for the new year is a compact ITX case from Fractal in the shape of the Define Nano S

6 Rise of the Tomb Raider PC performance retested with new AMD drivers

Rise of the Tomb Raider PC performance retested with new AMD drivers

GPU & Displays | 2nd February 2016

AMD has just released their new Rise of the Tomb Raider optimized driver for their GPUs. Let's see how much performance improves.

24 Rise of the Tomb Raider - AMD VS Nvidia Performance Review

Rise of the Tomb Raider - AMD VS Nvidia Performance Review

GPU & Displays | 28th January 2016

Let's have a look at Rise of the Tomb Raiders Performance on PC, AMD vs Nvidia. Who will come out on top?

9 MSI GT80 6QF Titan SLI Ultimate Gaming Laptop Review

MSI GT80 6QF Titan SLI Ultimate Gaming Laptop Review

Systems | 28th January 2016

Today we're putting the highest specification laptop we've ever seen through its paces. Strap yourselves in.

0 Creative T50 Wireless Speakers Review

Creative T50 Wireless Speakers Review

Audio | 26th January 2016

If you want a set of speakers that will be compatible with anything you can think of, Creative have just the product for you.

0 Kingston HyperX Savage 128 GB USB 3.1 Gen1 Review

Kingston HyperX Savage 128 GB USB 3.1 Gen1 Review

Storage | 25th January 2016

Let's have a look at Kingston's new HyperX Savage USB Flash drive with stated read and write speeds of 350MB/s and 250MB/s. Let's see how well it stacks up.

7 CableMod WideBeam LED Strips Review

CableMod WideBeam LED Strips Review

Cases & Cooling | 22nd January 2016

CableMod have just released their new WideBeam LED Strips, which are available in single colour and RGB formats and are compatible with ASUS' new RGB motherboard headers.

2 Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 7 Review

Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 7 Review

CPU & Mainboard | 22nd January 2016

A long time coming, we're finally able to bring you our review of the Gigabyte Z170X - Gaming 7.

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8 AMD Releases BIOS updates for reference Fiji GPUs

AMD Releases BIOS updates for reference Fiji GPUs

Mark Campbell | 18th April 2016

AMD has released a BIOS updates for reference Fiji GPUs like the R9 Fury X and the R9 Nano that some users state gives them greater stability while overclocking.

3 Colorful announce their GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN

Colorful announce their GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN

Mark Campbell | 18th April 2016

Colorful have announced their GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN, featuring a Hybrid air/water cooler and Silver Plating PCB technology in order to provide greater stability and longevity.

0 New Screenshots showcase Hitman's Second Map/Region

New Screenshots showcase Hitman's Second Map/Region

Mark Campbell | 18th April 2016

New Screenshots showcase Hitman's Second Map/Region, Sapienza. This map is expected to be released later this month.

2 Nvidia Pascal GPUs expected in Early to Mid June

Nvidia Pascal GPUs expected in Early to Mid June

Mark Campbell | 18th April 2016

Nvidia's Pascal GPUs are expected to release in Early to Mid June, with GPUs that are to replace the GTX 980Ti, GTX 980 and GTX 970.

29 The AMD Radeon Pro Duo may cost almost 1700 euros

The AMD Radeon Pro Duo may cost almost 1700 euros

Mark Campbell | 18th April 2016

A Spanish retailer has listed AMD's Radeon Pro Duo GPU for almost 1700 euros, making the Pro Duo much more expensive than two single R9 Fury X GPUs.

1 ASUS announces support for future X99 CPUs

ASUS announces support for future X99 CPUs

Mark Campbell | 18th April 2016

ASUS has announced support for the upcoming Intel Core i7 X-Series processors and Intel Xeon processors, with UEFI BIOS updates that are available right now.

5 LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens PC System Requirements

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens PC System Requirements

Mark Campbell | 17th April 2016

Let's have a look at the PC System Requirements for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

6 Artificial Intelligence can now be used to sharpen pixelated images and video

Artificial Intelligence can now be used to sharpen pixelated images and video

Mark Campbell | 16th April 2016

A UK company has been able to apply artificial intelligence can now be used to sharpen pixelated images and video in order to improve image quality.

2 DOOM will not be capped to 60FPS on PC at launch

DOOM will not be capped to 60FPS on PC at launch

Mark Campbell | 16th April 2016

DOOM's Open Beta is currently capped at 60FPS, but Bethesda has confirmed that the game will feature no framerate lock at launch.

2 Valve issues VR warning on the steam store

Valve issues VR warning on the steam store

Mark Campbell | 16th April 2016

Valve has now issued a VR warning on their Steam storefront for non-VR users, as gamers buy VR only games without the required HMD.

4 Overclockers UK stocks Nitro Concepts' C80 Carbon Class gaming chairs

Overclockers UK stocks Nitro Concepts' C80 Carbon Class gaming chairs

Mark Campbell | 15th April 2016

Announcing Nitro Concepts' new C80 Comfort, Motion, and Pure Gaming chairs, all of which are available in Black, Blue, Red, Orange, White and Green colour schemes.

14 ASUS Release their MG248Q 1080p 144Hz FreeSync Monitor

ASUS Release their MG248Q 1080p 144Hz FreeSync Monitor

Mark Campbell | 15th April 2016

ASUS Release their MG248Q monitor with a 1080p resolution, 144Hz maximum refresh rate, and FreeSync Compatability. This monitor also supports AMD Low Framerate Compensation technology.

0 The HTC Vive will gain additional features with future firmware updates

The HTC Vive will gain additional features with future firmware updates

Mark Campbell | 15th April 2016

The HTC Vive will gain additional features with future firmware updates.

2 Shadwen PC System requirements arrive on Steam

Shadwen PC System requirements arrive on Steam

Mark Campbell | 15th April 2016

The PC System requirements for Shadwen have been announced on Steam. There is also a PC Demo for players to try.

0 Oculus 'don't condone'  the recent HTC Vive software compatibility hacks

Oculus 'don't condone' the recent HTC Vive software compatibility hacks

Mark Campbell | 15th April 2016

Oculus 'don't condone' the recent HTC Vive software compatibility hacks.

1 Intel Demos 3D XPoint Optane Memory with Copy speeds of 2GB/s

Intel Demos 3D XPoint Optane Memory with Copy speeds of 2GB/s

Mark Campbell | 15th April 2016

Intel has Demoed their new 3D XPoint Optane Memory, showcasing Copy speeds of 2GB/s.

0 Nvidia release GeForce Hot Fix driver 364.96 for the DOOM Open Beta

Nvidia release GeForce Hot Fix driver 364.96 for the DOOM Open Beta

Mark Campbell | 14th April 2016

Nvidia release GeForce Hot Fix driver 364.96 for DOOM's Open Beta.

0 Skyrim Mods: Holds The City Overhaul

Skyrim Mods: Holds The City Overhaul

Mark Campbell | 14th April 2016

Did you ever think the cities in Skyrim were a little small? Let's have a look at the new mod that finally fixes this.

9 ASUS releases MG24UQ 24-inch and MG28UQ 28-inch Ultra HD FreeSync Monitors

ASUS releases MG24UQ 24-inch and MG28UQ 28-inch Ultra HD FreeSync Monitors

Mark Campbell | 14th April 2016

ASUS releases MG24UQ 24-inch and MG28UQ 28-inch Ultra HD FreeSync Monitors, both of which have a FreeSync range of 40-60Hz.

0 The HTC Vive can play Oculus Exclusive Content thanks to a new hack

The HTC Vive can play Oculus Exclusive Content thanks to a new hack

Mark Campbell | 14th April 2016

The HTC Vive can play Oculus Exclusive Content thanks to a new hack, allowing Lucky's Tale and Oculus Dreamdeck to be played on the HTC Vive.

24 Intel reveals their new 5 Series of Mainstream SSDs

Intel reveals their new 5 Series of Mainstream SSDs

Mark Campbell | 14th April 2016

Intel has revealed their new 5 Series of Mainstream SSDs, offering 180GB, 240GB, 360GB, 480GB and 1TB capacities with a 5 year warranty.

3 Crucial will be releasing an MX300 SSD with 3D NAND this month

Crucial will be releasing an MX300 SSD with 3D NAND this month

Mark Campbell | 14th April 2016

Micron has announced that Crucial will be releasing an MX300 SSD with 3D NAND later this month.

0 Many Oculus Rift Pre-orders are now delayed

Many Oculus Rift Pre-orders are now delayed

Mark Campbell | 13th April 2016

Many Oculus Rift Pre-orders are now delayed, with many many of those with April shipping dates facing delays from 6-8 weeks.

1 AsRock releases X99 BIOS Updates for Broadwell-E Support

AsRock releases X99 BIOS Updates for Broadwell-E Support

Mark Campbell | 13th April 2016

AsRock has released new X99 BIOS Updates that add Broadwell-E support to their motherboards.

3 Killer Instinct now supports monitors that are above 60Hz

Killer Instinct now supports monitors that are above 60Hz

Mark Campbell | 13th April 2016

After two weeks on the PC Killer Instinct Season 3 has been patched to support monitors with refresh rates above 60Hz without the game running at increased speeds.

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