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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.

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4 HTC has released a new Enterprise Edition of the HTC Vive

HTC has released a new Enterprise Edition of the HTC Vive

Mark Campbell | 10th June 2016

HTC has released a new Enterprise Edition of the HTC Vive, which offers a 12-month warranty, dedicated business class customer support, and commercial Licensing.

2 Lian Li announce their DK-12 height adjustable desk

Lian Li announce their DK-12 height adjustable desk

Mark Campbell | 10th June 2016

Lian Li announce their DK-12 height adjustable desk, which can hold loads of up to 120Kg and has an electric motor for easy height adjustment.

24 Alleged RX 480 benchmark scores appear online

Alleged RX 480 benchmark scores appear online

Mark Campbell | 9th June 2016

Alleged RX 480 benchmark scores have appeared online, showcasing performance that is similar to a GTX 980.

1 EK announces the availability of custom GTX 1080 water blocks

EK announces the availability of custom GTX 1080 water blocks

Mark Campbell | 9th June 2016

EK announces the availability of custom water blocks for the aftermarket GTX 1080 designs from ASUS, MSI, Palit, Gigabyte, and EVGA.

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.

2 Creative X7 LE Amp and E-MU XM7 Bookshelf Speaker Review

Creative X7 LE Amp and E-MU XM7 Bookshelf Speaker Review

Audio | 18th January 2016

In the mood for some serious quality audio? Creative has just the thing to give you an eargasm.

8 Fallout 4 Retested HBAO+ Performance Impact

Fallout 4 Retested HBAO+ Performance Impact

GPU & Displays | 15th January 2016

Fallout 4 has just received a Beta update adding HBAO+. Let's have a look at the performance impact.

17 MSI Z170A SLI PLUS Review

MSI Z170A SLI PLUS Review

CPU & Mainboard | 15th January 2016

Following the success of the MSI Z97 Krait SLI they have returned to the fold with the SLI PLUS, and we put it through our test suite.

19 ASUS AC5300 and AC88U Router Review

ASUS AC5300 and AC88U Router Review

Systems | 14th January 2016

Need to replace that crappy router that your ISP gave you and get something with the features and WiFi range that you need? Let's have a look at ASUS' RT-AC5300 and RT-AC88U, two of the most powerful routers you can buy.

2 CM Storm Sentinel III Review

CM Storm Sentinel III Review

Input Devices | 12th January 2016

The latest iteration of the excellent CM Storm Sentinel mouse is here, boasting a high DPI Optical sensor and plenty of customisation. We put it through its paces...

40 ASUS Z170 Maximus VIII Formula Review

ASUS Z170 Maximus VIII Formula Review

CPU & Mainboard | 8th January 2016

Following on from the amazing customisation offered by the Hero Alpha, the ASUS Maximus VIII Formula takes lighting to a different planet.

5 ASUS Z170 Maximus VIII Hero Alpha Review

ASUS Z170 Maximus VIII Hero Alpha Review

CPU & Mainboard | 6th January 2016

ASUS have updated the excellent Maximus VIII Hero, and we take a look at what it has to offer.

22 Corsair 400C Compact ATX Case Review

Corsair 400C Compact ATX Case Review

Cases & Cooling | 4th January 2016

Let's have a look at Corsair's new 400C Compact ATX Chassis. Wait.... no drive bays?

1 Lian Li PC-O7S Review

Lian Li PC-O7S Review

Cases & Cooling | 30th December 2015

Having cast our eyes over the M-ITX PC-O5S it's now time to have a look at its much bigger brother, the almighty PC-O7S. Boy is this one big case.

2 ASUS Skylake Non-K Overclocking BIOS

ASUS Skylake Non-K Overclocking BIOS

CPU & Mainboard | 23rd December 2015

We put the BIOS that allows for overclocking of non-K series on Asus boards through its paces.

10 ASUS Zenbook UX305 Review

ASUS Zenbook UX305 Review

Systems | 22nd December 2015

Tired of lugging around your heavy laptop, but demand more than can be achieved with a simple tablet? The ASUS Zenbook might be just the thing.

14 ASUS PG27AQ ROG Swift 27" 4K Monitor Review

ASUS PG27AQ ROG Swift 27" 4K Monitor Review

GPU & Displays | 21st December 2015

As 4K is quickly becoming the technology of choice, we take a look at the G-SYNC enabled ASUS ROG Swift.

14 PC Specialist Glacier Review

PC Specialist Glacier Review

Systems | 14th December 2015

The latest PC Specialist gaming system is here, full of all the latest hardware and a blistering NVMe drive.

16 InWin 909 Case Review

InWin 909 Case Review

Cases & Cooling | 13th December 2015

Let's have a look at the InWin 909. A beautifully crafted case, but is it for you?

1 Mionix Castor Gaming Mouse Review

Mionix Castor Gaming Mouse Review

Input Devices | 11th December 2015

Mionix are finding their footing on these shores, and with the Castor mouse they definitely intend to make a statement.

6 Crucial BX200 960GB SSD Review

Crucial BX200 960GB SSD Review

Storage | 3rd December 2015

Sick and tired of uninstalling things from your OS drive? Crucial has the solution.

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3 Noctua showcases a Skylake-EP LGA 3647 compatible CPU cooler

Noctua showcases a Skylake-EP LGA 3647 compatible CPU cooler

Mark Campbell | 9th June 2016

Noctua has showcased a Skylake-EP LGA 3647 compatible CPU cooler, confirming that Intel will be moving to a new socket for their server products.

3 EK release their value oriented XTOP SPC pump

EK release their value oriented XTOP SPC pump

Mark Campbell | 9th June 2016

EK has released their value-oriented XTOP SPC water cooling pump, which is powered by a 4-pin fan header and anti-vibration mounts.

34 Nvidia will not be supporting 3-Way or 4-way SLI in games with GTX 1000 series GPUs

Nvidia will not be supporting 3-Way or 4-way SLI in games with GTX 1000 series GPUs

Mark Campbell | 9th June 2016

Nvidia has confirmed that they will not be supporting 3-Way or 4-way SLI in games with GTX 1000 series GPUs and only support select applications such as 3DMARK, Unigine and Catzilla.

2 GOG offer users free copies of System Shock 2

GOG offer users free copies of System Shock 2

Mark Campbell | 8th June 2016

GOG are offering their users free copies of System Shock 2, with the potential to gain access to other free games if they take part in their summer sale events.

1 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Gameplay Demo

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Gameplay Demo

Mark Campbell | 8th June 2016

Eidos Montreal has released their first gameplay demo for Deus: Ex Mankind Divided, showcasing some impressive visuals and the City-hub of Prague.

14 Watch Dogs 2: World Premiere Announcement

Watch Dogs 2: World Premiere Announcement

Mark Campbell | 8th June 2016

Watch Dogs 2 has been officially announced, showcasing a game that looks a lot more like GTA V with Watch Dogs style hacking rather than a new Watch Dogs game.

4 Noctua showcase Customisable Heatsink Covers

Noctua showcase Customisable Heatsink Covers

Mark Campbell | 8th June 2016

Noctua has showcased a set of new customizable heatsink Covers, allowing users to colour coordinate your Noctua heatsink with your PCs colour scheme.

12 Halo 5 reportedly coming to PC

Halo 5 reportedly coming to PC

Mark Campbell | 8th June 2016

Reports from industry insiders claim that Halo 5 is on the way to PC and will likely be announced at E3. This comes not long after Microsoft announced that Halo 5's forge editing suite would become available on PC.

11 Ashes of the Singularity June Update will improve performance

Ashes of the Singularity June Update will improve performance

Mark Campbell | 8th June 2016

Ashes of the Singularity's June Update will "substantially" improve the performance of the game and add a new CPU benchmark for the game.

2 Watch Dogs 2 Trailer Leaked

Watch Dogs 2 Trailer Leaked

Mark Campbell | 8th June 2016

Twitch accidentally aired Watch Dogs 2 Ads before the official reveal. Let's have a look at this new game footage.

11 AMD's Zen CPUs will use a PGA mounting system

AMD's Zen CPUs will use a PGA mounting system

Mark Campbell | 7th June 2016

AMD's upcoming Zen CPUs will use traditional PGA, Pin Grid Array, mounting system on AM4 motherboards.

6 AMD's Zen and Intel Kaby lake CPUs are reportedly delayed

AMD's Zen and Intel Kaby lake CPUs are reportedly delayed

Mark Campbell | 7th June 2016

Reports from Digitimes state that AMD's Zen CPUs and Intel's Kaby lake CPUs are both delayed until Q1 2017.

3 Vive is now shipping immediately from HTC

Vive is now shipping immediately from HTC

Mark Campbell | 7th June 2016

HTC has announced that all new orders for the HTC Vive will ship within 3 days and can now be ordered in 24 countries. Take that Oculus.

4 Nvidia release 368.39 WHQL Driver for Mirror's Edge and Edge of Nowhere

Nvidia release 368.39 WHQL Driver for Mirror's Edge and Edge of Nowhere

Mark Campbell | 7th June 2016

Nvidia has released their new 368.39 WHQL Driver for Mirror's Edge and Edge of Nowhere and supports the GTX 1070.

0 New Meta-Material lenses could significantly shrink future VR headsets

New Meta-Material lenses could significantly shrink future VR headsets

Mark Campbell | 7th June 2016

New Meta-Material lenses could significantly shrink future VR headsets, shrinking the size and the cost of the lenses significantly.

3 Star Citizen Developers Discuss DirectX 12/Vulkan Support

Star Citizen Developers Discuss DirectX 12/Vulkan Support

Mark Campbell | 7th June 2016

In a new Q/A video the developers of Star Citizen have confirmed that they are working to support next generation APIs, including support for Asynchronous Compute and heterogeneous Multi-GPU setups.

11 Intel Launches 24-core Broadwell-EX Xeon CPU

Intel Launches 24-core Broadwell-EX Xeon CPU

Mark Campbell | 7th June 2016

Intel has launched a new Xeon CPU that offers a total of 24 CPU cores that can run at up to 3.4GHz.

12 The First Custom GTX 1080 GPUs become available to order at Overclockers UK

The First Custom GTX 1080 GPUs become available to order at Overclockers UK

Mark Campbell | 7th June 2016

The first Custom GTX 1080 GPU has become available to order at Overclockers UK. Is the Founders Edition overpriced?

0 Sunset Overdrive is rumoured to be coming to PC

Sunset Overdrive is rumoured to be coming to PC

Mark Campbell | 7th June 2016

Sunset Overdrive is now rumoured to be coming to PC as a Windows 10 store exclusive.

0 AMD Release Radeon Software Crimson 16.6.1 Driver for Mirror's Edge Catalyst

AMD Release Radeon Software Crimson 16.6.1 Driver for Mirror's Edge Catalyst

Mark Campbell | 6th June 2016

AMD has released their new Radeon Software Crimson 16.6.1 Driver for Mirror's Edge Catalyst.

11 FIFA 17 will use DICE's Frostbite Engine

FIFA 17 will use DICE's Frostbite Engine

Mark Campbell | 6th June 2016

FIFA 17 has been announced, with its reveal trailer confirming that the game will be using DICE's Frostbite Engine.

0 Dead Rising 4 images leak before E3

Dead Rising 4 images leak before E3

Mark Campbell | 6th June 2016

Information about Dead Rising 4 has been leaked, suggesting that the game will be a Xbox One/ Windows 10 Store Exclusive and be a remake of the original Dead Rising.

8 Watch Dogs 2 will be announced on Wednesday

Watch Dogs 2 will be announced on Wednesday

Mark Campbell | 6th June 2016

Watch Dogs 2 will be announced in just under 2 days time on June 8th at 9am PST.

2 World of Warcraft: Legion will feature a much larger draw distance

World of Warcraft: Legion will feature a much larger draw distance

Mark Campbell | 6th June 2016

World of Warcraft: Legion will feature a much larger draw distance, allowing players to see 2x as far as in the last expansion. The views in Azeroth have gotten much nicer.

1 Yooka-Laylee Trailer & Release Update

Yooka-Laylee Trailer & Release Update

Mark Campbell | 6th June 2016

Playtonic Games has released a new trailer for Yooka-Laylee, announcing that the game will be delayed until Q1 2017.

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