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35 Intel 750 Series NVME SSD Review

Intel 750 Series NVME SSD Review

Storage | 2nd April 2015

If you find that SSDs aren't quite fast enough for you, then Intel have unleashed a drive with speeds beyond our wildest dreams. If 500MB/s doesn't quite cut it, welcome to the world of NVM Express.

10 BattleField Hardline Performance Review AMD vs Nvidia

BattleField Hardline Performance Review AMD vs Nvidia

Software | 1st April 2015

The latest addition to the OC3D Benchmark suite is BattleField : Hardline. We grab a couple of ASUS Matrix cards and see what kind of performance you can expect.

13 Samsung 850 EVO M.2 SATA SSD Review

Samsung 850 EVO M.2 SATA SSD Review

Storage | 31st March 2015

Samsung have taken their latest creation, the 3D V-NAND, and applied it to a M.2 socket SSD. How does it perform?

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0 Nintendo to Release a Cheap Game Creation Kit

Nintendo to Release a Cheap Game Creation Kit

Mike Reilly | 28th June 2007

In an effort to give indie developers the chance to release their game for the Wii, Nintendo plans to release a cheap developer's kit. Read inside for more details.

27 OCZ Silencer 750 PSU

OCZ Silencer 750 PSU

Matthew Fogg | 28th June 2007

OCZ Technology Group, today announced the release of the Silencer® 750 Quad CrossFire┬üEEdition under the PC Power & Cooling line.

1 Intels supercomputing powers: follow up

Intels supercomputing powers: follow up

Matthew Fogg | 26th June 2007

Follow-up: Has Intel found the key to unlock supercomputing powers on the desktop?

2 NVIDIA Hybrid SLI

NVIDIA Hybrid SLI

Matthew Fogg | 26th June 2007

Hybrid SLI will be implemented on notebooks initially and then later into desktops.

41 Nvidia GTX Titan X 4K Gsync Review

Nvidia GTX Titan X 4K Gsync Review

GPU & Displays | 27th March 2015

We've finally got our hands on the next nVidia GPU and run it through its paces. With the GTX980 already dominating performance charts, how does the Titan X stack up.

8 ASUS USB 3.1 Performance Review

ASUS USB 3.1 Performance Review

Storage | 26th March 2015

Today we're looking at the first motherboard that comes equipped with USB 3.1, the ASUS Z97-A. Does the extra bandwidth make a difference to storage speeds?

11 KFA2 GTX980 HOF Hall Of Fame Edition Review

KFA2 GTX980 HOF Hall Of Fame Edition Review

GPU & Displays | 24th March 2015

With that rather braggartly nomenclature the KFA2 has a lot to live up to. Let's find out if it does.

75 AMD Freesync Review

AMD Freesync Review

GPU & Displays | 19th March 2015

Today AMD have unleashed Freesync upon the world. A way to get the benefits of IQ at high FPS. We take a look.

29 ASUS X99 TUF Sabertooth Review

ASUS X99 TUF Sabertooth Review

CPU & Mainboard | 17th March 2015

No sooner has it been previewed at Cebit we bring you the full review of the latest X99 motherboard from ASUS. With the TUF Armor in place and plenty of the latest features, let's see how she does.

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12 Intel to launch new entry-level processors

Intel to launch new entry-level processors

Matthew Fogg | 25th June 2007

Intel to launch new entry-level processors in August and October

32 Kingston launch Ultra-Portable USB microSD Reader

Kingston launch Ultra-Portable USB microSD Reader

Matthew Fogg | 25th June 2007

Kingston launch new Ultra-Portable USB microSD Reader, plus card bundles

8 ARCTIC COOLING Release The Turbo Module

ARCTIC COOLING Release The Turbo Module

Matthew Fogg | 25th June 2007

ARCTIC COOLING has introduced the Turbo Module – An ultimate cooling add-on for Accelero S1 / S2

2 Scythe Fully Automatic PWM Controlled Case Fan

Scythe Fully Automatic PWM Controlled Case Fan

Matthew Fogg | 25th June 2007

Scythe Co., Ltd announces the PWM featured case fan in 92/120mm size

12 Single-core Athlons to be phased out

Single-core Athlons to be phased out

Jonathan Smith | 25th June 2007

AMD has begun to phase out its single-core Athlon processor lineup.

8 NVIDIA Tesla - GPGPU

NVIDIA Tesla - GPGPU

Jonathan Smith | 23rd June 2007

NVIDIA reveals that it is not behind when it comes to general purpose GPU, or GPGPU, computing.

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