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3 Ashes of the Singularity Beta Phase 2 DirectX 12 Performance Review

Ashes of the Singularity Beta Phase 2 DirectX 12 Performance Review

GPU & Displays | 23rd February 2016

The first Native DirectX 12 Benchmarking tool is here, benefiting from Asynchronous Compute and Cross-Vendor Multi-GPU support.

13 SteamVR Benchmark Test Performance - GTX 980Ti VS R9 Fury X

SteamVR Benchmark Test Performance - GTX 980Ti VS R9 Fury X

GPU & Displays | 22nd February 2016

Valve has just released their new Steam VR Benchmark Test. Let's see how well AMD's R9 Fury X and Nvidia's GTX 980Ti perform in this new benchmark test.

16 The Division Beta Performance Review

The Division Beta Performance Review

GPU & Displays | 22nd February 2016

The Division will soon be releasing on PC, but what kind of performance did we get while running the beta? The Results may surprise you.

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6 The US Government has arrested the owner of Kickass Torrents

The US Government has arrested the owner of Kickass Torrents

Mark Campbell | 21st July 2016

The US Government has arrested the owner of Kickass Torrents, a website that is allegedly responsible for distributing over $1 Billion of copyrighted materials.

9 AMD Zen CPU engineering sample specifications leak

AMD Zen CPU engineering sample specifications leak

Mark Campbell | 20th July 2016

The specification of some of AMD's early Zen Silicon have been leaked online, with a quad-core and octo-core variants for the AM4 socket and 24 and 32 core CPUs for the server markets.

1 Gears of War 4 will be coming to PC on October 11th

Gears of War 4 will be coming to PC on October 11th

Mark Campbell | 20th July 2016

Some new campaign gameplay for Gears of War 4 has just been released. The game will be coming to PC on October 11th.

7 AMD Release Radeon Software 16.7.2 WHQL Driver

AMD Release Radeon Software 16.7.2 WHQL Driver

Mark Campbell | 20th July 2016

AMD has released a new WHQL version of their 16.7.2 GPU driver.

12 Corsair VOID Surround Gaming Headset Review

Corsair VOID Surround Gaming Headset Review

Audio | 22nd February 2016

With 7.1 Surround sound, Microfiber wrapped ear pads and universal comparability with PC, PS4, Xbox One and mobile devices Corsair's new VOID Surround Headset has a lot of offer. Let's see what we think of it.

1 Hitman Beta Performance Review

Hitman Beta Performance Review

GPU & Displays | 20th February 2016

Hitman's PC Beta has just went live, but what is the games performance like? Does it require more optimization before launch?

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?

37 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.

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?

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5 iD Software explains why they chose OpenGL/Vulkan over DirectX11/12

iD Software explains why they chose OpenGL/Vulkan over DirectX11/12

Mark Campbell | 20th July 2016

iD Software has explained why they chose to support OpenGL and Vulkan rather than DirectX11 and DirectX 12 with DOOM.

14 No Man's Sky Fight Trailer - Time for some combat

No Man's Sky Fight Trailer - Time for some combat

Mark Campbell | 20th July 2016

Let's have a look at No Man's Sky's combat thanks to the game's newly leaked "Fight" trailer.

6 Intel is rumored to release a 6-core "Coffee Lake" CPU in 2018

Intel is rumored to release a 6-core "Coffee Lake" CPU in 2018

Mark Campbell | 20th July 2016

Intel is rumored to release a 6-core "Coffee Lake" CPU in 2018 for the mainstream desktop market on their 14nm process.

4 In Win announce their limited edition H-Frame 2.0 30th anniversary case

In Win announce their limited edition H-Frame 2.0 30th anniversary case

Mark Campbell | 20th July 2016

In Win announce their limited edition H-Frame 2.0 chassis, which has been created the celebrate the companies 30th anniversary. This case will come with an In Win 1065W PSU.

3 XFX RX 480 Clock speeds revealed

XFX RX 480 Clock speeds revealed

Mark Campbell | 20th July 2016

XFX's RX 480 GPU has been pictured and clocked, showcasing a beefed up PCB, power design, and a large aftermarket cooler.

11 FRAPS 3.6.0 is in development

FRAPS 3.6.0 is in development

Mark Campbell | 20th July 2016

Beepa, the developers of FRAPS, is currently working on FRAPS version 3.6.0 which will include support for Windows 10 and offer several bug fixes and improvements.

1 The Humble 2K Bundle is now live

The Humble 2K Bundle is now live

Mark Campbell | 19th July 2016

The Humble 2K Bundle is now live, offering gamers games like Borderlands The Pre-Sequel and the recently released Battleborn for bargain prices.

2 Batman: The Telltale Series will release on August 2nd

Batman: The Telltale Series will release on August 2nd

Mark Campbell | 19th July 2016

Batman: The Telltale Series will release on August 2nd for PC and consoles.

0 Seagate has launched a whole new range of SATA HDDs

Seagate has launched a whole new range of SATA HDDs

Mark Campbell | 19th July 2016

Seagate has launched a whole new range of SATA HDDs, including SSD enhanced FireCUDA drives and drives with capacities of up to 10TB.

5 ASUS Showcase their RX 480 Strix OC

ASUS Showcase their RX 480 Strix OC

Mark Campbell | 19th July 2016

ASUS has showcased their RX 480 Strix OC, which offers 15-20% more performance than AMD's reference design.

0 The Nvidia GTX 1060 is now available to purchase

The Nvidia GTX 1060 is now available to purchase

Mark Campbell | 19th July 2016

The Nvidia GTX 1060 is now available to purchase with prices as low as �£239.99.

21 World of Warcraft receives its pre-expansion update

World of Warcraft receives its pre-expansion update

Mark Campbell | 19th July 2016

World of Warcraft has received its pre-expansion update today for the upcoming Legion expansion, adding 3 new higher graphical settings beyond Ultra and increased draw distances.

1 The Original Dead Rising is coming to PC

The Original Dead Rising is coming to PC

Mark Campbell | 19th July 2016

The Original Dead Rising is coming to PC as well as current generation consoles.

6 Powercolor's RX 480 Devil pictured and clocked

Powercolor's RX 480 Devil pictured and clocked

Mark Campbell | 18th July 2016

Powercolor's RX 480 Devil GPU will come with an Occult aesthetic and is rumored to be coming with unholy base clock speed of 1,366MHz with boost clocks as high as 1.4GHz

8 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - New Screenshots

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - New Screenshots

Mark Campbell | 18th July 2016

Square Enix has released a new collection of screenshots for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, which will release on PC on August 23rd with full DirectX12 support.

6 Batman: The Telltale Series will release in August

Batman: The Telltale Series will release in August

Mark Campbell | 18th July 2016

Batman: The Telltale Series will release in August digitally, with the retail version releasing later on September 13th in the US and November 16th in the EU.

6 Sapphire RX 480 Nitro UK Pricing and rumored clock speeds

Sapphire RX 480 Nitro UK Pricing and rumored clock speeds

Mark Campbell | 18th July 2016

The Sapphire RX 480 Nitro will be releasing for prices as low as £209.99 in the UK and has clock speeds that exceed 1300MHz if rumors are correct.

6 Intel's 3D Xpoint SSDs have been spotted at validation bodies

Intel's 3D Xpoint SSDs have been spotted at validation bodies

Mark Campbell | 18th July 2016

Intel's 3D Xpoint SSDs have been spotted at validation bodies, meaning that production models of these new ultra-fast SSDs are already in the wild.

2 Photorealistic graphics may be possible with 40 TFLOPS of GPU performance

Photorealistic graphics may be possible with 40 TFLOPS of GPU performance

Mark Campbell | 18th July 2016

Tim Sweeney, the founder and CEO of Epic Games, has stated that he believes that Photorealistic graphics may be possible with 40 TFLOPS of GPU performance.

13 Intel Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X CPUs to launch on Intel's LGA 2066 socket

Intel Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X CPUs to launch on Intel's LGA 2066 socket

Mark Campbell | 18th July 2016

Intel Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X CPUs are rumored to be launching on Intel's LGA 2066 socket in Q2-Q3 2017 with more PCIe lanes and 4-10 core CPU models.

6 ARM to be bought for 24 billion pounds

ARM to be bought for 24 billion pounds

Mark Campbell | 18th July 2016

The UK-based mobile CPU maker ARM is to be bought by Japan's Softbank for 24 billion pounds, which is around 43% higher than the companies market value.

4 Nightdive releases a System Shock Remaster Demo for Linux

Nightdive releases a System Shock Remaster Demo for Linux

Mark Campbell | 17th July 2016

Nightdive releases a System Shock Remaster Demo for Linux, which is currently available to download via Steam.

2 An HTC Vive 2.0 VR headset may be releasing later this year

An HTC Vive 2.0 VR headset may be releasing later this year

Mark Campbell | 17th July 2016

New reports suggest that there will be a new version of the HTC Vive VR headset that will be released within the next 6-8 months.

14 XFX's RX 480 GPU has been pictured

XFX's RX 480 GPU has been pictured

Mark Campbell | 17th July 2016

XFX's RX 480 GPU has been pictured, showcasing a beefed up PCB, power design, and a large aftermarket cooler. This GPU will even have user replaceable fans.

1 The Trails of Tatooine Star Wars VR Experience is coming to Steam on Monday

The Trails of Tatooine Star Wars VR Experience is coming to Steam on Monday

Mark Campbell | 17th July 2016

The Trails of Tatooine Star Wars VR Experience is coming to Steam on Monday for free.

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