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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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OC3D News ›› All

1 PlayStation VR will launch on October 13th

PlayStation VR will launch on October 13th

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

PlayStation VR will launch on October 13th and will not include all of the required hardware in the box.

0 Nvidia has released their 372.70 WHQL driver for Battlefield 1

Nvidia has released their 372.70 WHQL driver for Battlefield 1

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

Nvidia has released their 372.70 WHQL driver for Battlefield 1, World of Warcraft: Legion and the Steam version of Quantum Break.

14 Forza Horizon 3's recommended PC system requirements have been announced

Forza Horizon 3's recommended PC system requirements have been announced

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

Forza Horizon 3's PC recommended PC system requirements have been announced.

7 LG has announced a new 144Hz 21:9 FreeSync IPS display

LG has announced a new 144Hz 21:9 FreeSync IPS display

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

LG has announced a new 144Hz 21:9 FreeSync IPS display, offering a freeSync Range of 50-144Hz.

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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0 Crucial has announced a new 2TB variant of their MX300 SSD

Crucial has announced a new 2TB variant of their MX300 SSD

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

Crucial has announced a new 2TB variant of their MX300 SSD, which uses 3D NAND and will launch in September.

1 LG announces the world's largest 21:9 display

LG announces the world's largest 21:9 display

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

LG announces the world's largest 21:9 display, offering a resolution of 3840x1600 at a size of 38 inches.

5 European court ruling will force Apple to pay 13 billion Euro tax bill

European court ruling will force Apple to pay 13 billion Euro tax bill

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

A European Court ruling will force Ireland to reclaim 13 billion Euro in taxes from Apple.

10 AMD's AM4 motherboards are rumoured to launch in October

AMD's AM4 motherboards are rumoured to launch in October

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

AMD's AM4 motherboards are rumoured to launch in October, with DDR4 memory support, PCIe Gen 3 and NVMe storage support.

24 Battlefield 1's Beta supports DirectX 12 on PC

Battlefield 1's Beta supports DirectX 12 on PC

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

Battlefield 1's Open Beta supports DirectX 12 on PC. Let's have a look at the beta's graphical options menu.

0 Halo 5: Forge PC gameplay

Halo 5: Forge PC gameplay

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

Gameplay from the PC version of Halo 5: Forge has been released, including some 4K footage and 1080p 60FPS multiplayer gameplay.

3 The Oculus Rift will hit UK retail shelves on September 20th

The Oculus Rift will hit UK retail shelves on September 20th

Mark Campbell | 29th August 2016

The Oculus Rift will hit UK retail shelves on September 20th, with a price that is 10% higher than what the headset was previously available for.

17 Samsung launches three 100Hz+ HDR FreeSync displays

Samsung launches three 100Hz+ HDR FreeSync displays

Mark Campbell | 29th August 2016

Samsung launches three 100Hz+ HDR FreeSync displays, each of which comes with quantum dot technology and 125% sRGB color support.

0 Oculus explains why they did not launch their Touch controllers with the Rift

Oculus explains why they did not launch their Touch controllers with the Rift

Mark Campbell | 29th August 2016

Oculus has explained why they did not launch their Touch controllers alongside their Rift Headset.

17 AMD's Vega GPUs will launch in 2017

AMD's Vega GPUs will launch in 2017

Mark Campbell | 28th August 2016

According to recent AMD presentation to investors the companies Vega GPUs will launch in the first half of 2017.

23 Steam is allowing No Man's Sky purchasers get a refund after 2 hours of playtime

Steam is allowing No Man's Sky purchasers get a refund after 2 hours of playtime

Mark Campbell | 28th August 2016

Steam is allowing No Man's Sky purchasers get a refund after 2 hours of playtime, with users with playtimes as of over 13 hours reportedly getting refunds.

3 Halo Forge PC System Requirements

Halo Forge PC System Requirements

Mark Campbell | 27th August 2016

The PC system requirements for Halo 5: Forge have been released, requiring a quad-core CPU, 8GB of RAM and 40GB of hard drive space.

11 Intel's 600P series of M.2 SSDs are now available to purchase in the UK

Intel's 600P series of M.2 SSDs are now available to purchase in the UK

Mark Campbell | 26th August 2016

Intel's 600P series of M.2 SSDs are now available to purchase in the UK at some crazy low prices for an NVMe drive.

2 PCIe 4.0 will not be able to deliver 300W from the PCIe slot

PCIe 4.0 will not be able to deliver 300W from the PCIe slot

Mark Campbell | 26th August 2016

PCI-SIG has clarified that PCIe 4.0 will not be able to deliver 300W from the PCIe slot, killing off dreams of high powered GPUs without external power connections.

2 XFX readies a fanless RX 460 GPU

XFX readies a fanless RX 460 GPU

Mark Campbell | 26th August 2016

XFX has created a new fanless variant of AMD's RX 460 GPU, offering 4GB of VRAM and low operating temperatures without the need for a fan.

14 Microsoft will soon release their Halo App for Windows 10 PC

Microsoft will soon release their Halo App for Windows 10 PC

Mark Campbell | 26th August 2016

Microsoft will soon release their Halo App for Windows 10 PC, allowing Halo fans to download their games as well as pick up the latest news, videos, and tutorials in a single easy to reach place.

0 Crossout is now available to play on Steam Early Access

Crossout is now available to play on Steam Early Access

Mark Campbell | 26th August 2016

Crossout, the Mad Max style vehicle combat MMO action game, is now available to play on Steam Early Access.

1 Mortal Kombat XL's PC Beta is free to play for the next 4 days

Mortal Kombat XL's PC Beta is free to play for the next 4 days

Mark Campbell | 26th August 2016

Mortal Kombat XL's PC Beta is free to play for the next 4 days, allowing PC gamers to finally experience the game with enhanced netcode and several other updates.

10 Samsung has plans to release a 100Hz HDR 3440x1440 FreeSync Display

Samsung has plans to release a 100Hz HDR 3440x1440 FreeSync Display

Mark Campbell | 26th August 2016

Samsung has plans to release a 100Hz HDR 3440x1440 FreeSync Display, offering 125% sRGB colour gamut support and support for DP 1.3

5 Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs

Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs

Mark Campbell | 25th August 2016

Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs for the mainstream market.

0 Nvidia will be crediting Marty McFly Modding in the next Ansel update

Nvidia will be crediting Marty McFly Modding in the next Ansel update

Mark Campbell | 25th August 2016

Nvidia will be crediting Marty McFly Modding in their next Ansel update.

4 ADATA announced their Ultimate SU800 series of 3DNAND SSDs

ADATA announced their Ultimate SU800 series of 3DNAND SSDs

Mark Campbell | 25th August 2016

ADATA announced their Ultimate SU800 series of 3DNAND SSDs, offering higher storage density, increased performance and lower power consumption than SSDs using traditional NAND.

0 Paradox is allowing modders to create official game DLC content for Cities Skylines

Paradox is allowing modders to create official game DLC content for Cities Skylines

Mark Campbell | 25th August 2016

Paradox is allowing modders to create official game DLC content for Cities Skylines, allowing modders to potentially earn money from their creations.

1 CableMod has released Sleeved Ethernet and power cables

CableMod has released Sleeved Ethernet and power cables

Mark Campbell | 25th August 2016

CableMod has released Sleeved Ethernet and power cables, allowing PC gamers to take their Sleeved colour scheme outside of their PC.

1 Halo 5 Forge will be coming to PC on September 8th

Halo 5 Forge will be coming to PC on September 8th

Mark Campbell | 25th August 2016

Halo 5 Forge will be coming to PC on September 8th, allowing PC gamers to play custom matches with up to 16 friends.

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