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Misc Hardware | 4th October 2015
We have teamed up with the legendary PC Specialist to give you all the chance of winning this awesome MATX gaming system.
Misc Hardware | 28th August 2015
i55 is now in full swing, filled with people and activity. We have even found some interesting new products.
OC3D Articles ›› Misc Hardware
Matthew Fogg | 23rd January 2007
Looking for a novel approach to storing your data on USB? Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 23rd January 2007
The Danger Den Torture Rack and Radiical Computing hit it off on their first encounter. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 19th January 2007
The popular TT LIFE magazine is finally available for enthusiasts worldwide to view and download online.
Misc Hardware | 28th May 2013
As more PCs move to the lounge, we take a look at something to make your fragging easier.
Misc Hardware | 9th January 2013
It's that time of year again, when we look back at the products that left the most lasting impression.
Misc Hardware | 17th March 2012
Seeing as the world is going to end this year we thought we had better push the boat out and hold our biggest & maddest competition yet!
Misc Hardware | 5th January 2012
OC3D have teamed up with Aria to bring you some awesome Christmas goodies. Always fancied going 3D? Well you need to read on!
Misc Hardware | 30th December 2011
We take a look back at what has been a feature packed 12 months and pick out what we think are the best products released in 2011.
Misc Hardware | 24th October 2011
The London International Technology show was on over the weekend, so of course OC3D were there.
Misc Hardware | 27th August 2011
Yes it's LAN Party time of year again and OC3D are there to bring you our irreverent take on proceedings.
Misc Hardware | 1st January 2011
How's the head? Come on down to the OC3D kitchen for the perfect hang over breakfast.
Misc Hardware | 31st December 2010
Overclock3D's top tips to ensure you see off 2010 in a big way!
Misc Hardware | 25th December 2010
We at Overcrack3D are continuing our seasonal shennanigans with a head to head battle of the bangs...
Misc Hardware | 24th December 2010
This Christmas, we are here to show you the finest Mince Pies of 2010.
Misc Hardware | 4th April 2010
As it's Easter we always like to give you something to chew on. Today it's Cadburys Flake Easter Egg we're dealing with.
Misc Hardware | 7th December 2009
Today we take a look at a little TV card from Asus, Does it fit the bill?
Misc Hardware | 5th October 2009
Have an extensive media library saved up on your network? Need a way of viewing it on your TV? Could the PLAYON! be the answer to all your prayers? Read on to find out....
Misc Hardware | 28th July 2009
Overclocking on the fly, no need for reboots, stylish dual bay design. Meet the Asus OC station. The ultimate in overclocking devices? Read on to find out...
Misc Hardware | 30th June 2009
Is your PC taking on all the roles of a HTPC, but lacking true usability? Antec may just have the answer to your prayers....
Misc Hardware | 15th April 2009
We take a look at Edimax's flagship router, and see whether it's deserving of it's rank within the company's offerings.
Misc Hardware | 23rd March 2009
We take a close look at Edimax's premier USB Wireless adaptor. With some great features and a great price, is it all good news?
James Napier | 16th January 2007
In the age where every other website is an online retailer, you'd think that companies would be battling for your business by offering great after-sales service. Not at OCUK..
Matthew Fogg | 16th January 2007
Hewlitt Packard are looking at ways to substantially increase the performance of certain types of chips, and reduce their power consumption. Read on to find out more...
Mike Reilly | 15th January 2007
In the world of PCs everything is fair game whe it comes to using wireless. Wireless keyboard, wireless mouse, and DisplayLink has just announced wireless... Did you honestly think I would tell you in the teaser? Click inside for details...
Matthew Fogg | 15th January 2007
An keychain electronic security device designed to combat phishing scams is to be trialled in the US, Germany and Australia by eBay's online payments subsidiary PayPal. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 14th January 2007
Novell has claimed that The SCO Group, the licensing and consulting firm conducting various legal campaigns over the Linux operating system, is about to go bankrupt. Read on to find out more...
Mike Reilly | 13th January 2007
It seems like Cisco is out for Apple's blood, and there are claims that they plan to release a competitor to the recently revealed Apple TV, which was released at MacWorld. Read on for more information...
Matthew Fogg | 11th January 2007
PayPal is doubling payment protection in the US and Canada for most eBay transactions to $2,000. Read on to find out more...
Mike Reilly | 10th January 2007
The Apple iPhone has been released at MacWorld boasting more features than erm... well... than a REALLY big movie theatre. Alright, well horrible joke aside, take a look inside for more details...
Matthew Fogg | 10th January 2007
Now that CES is in full swing, ASUS would like to draw your attention to a plethora of new innovative products. We've included just a few choice products that you can not miss. Read on to check them out...
Matthew Fogg | 11th December 2006
Scientists in Australia have developed a new approach to wireless networking that allows a DVD quality movie file to be transferred from one machine to another in less than a second.
Matthew Fogg | 28th November 2006
The net neutrality debate has begun in Australia, with BigPond hinting that it will start prioritising internet traffic according to the type and source of the data. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 20th November 2006
Clusters have enjoyed a dramatic dip in prices over the past few years, although they remain out of many schools’ reach. A decent eight server cluster can easily stretch past $35,000 or so. Four US college professors with a geeky bent have worked to whittle the cost of a basic cluster down to $3,000 in the hopes of putting the systems in more students’ hands.
Matthew Fogg | 20th November 2006
In 1998, the U.S. Congress enacted a sweeping Web censorship law that nearly everyone promptly forgot about. Why? The explanation is simple: The American Civil Liberties Union immediately filed a lawsuit to block the U.S. Justice Department, and a federal judge granted an injunction barring prosecutors from enforcing the law. That injunction has been in place ever since. But now that could change. Read on to find out more...
Derrek Huey | 12th November 2006
Abit launches their contender featuring the new NVIDIA nForce 680i SLI chipset: the IN9 32X-MAX. Can you tame the beast?
Matthew Fogg | 7th November 2006
After Blackberry, Palm Is Next On NTP's Hit List
Matthew Fogg | 1st November 2006
AMD Asks Court To Allow Key Intel Docs
Matthew Fogg | 24th October 2006
10 Biggest Computer Flops Of All Time
Matthew Fogg | 20th October 2006
D-LINK Releases D-Link DIR-655 802.11n Router
Dave Stevens | 14th October 2006
Google Advertising Wipes the Floor with Yahoo
Matthew Fogg | 12th October 2006
Transmeta Sues Intel For Patent Infringement
Matthew Fogg | 9th October 2006
Intel Actively Seeking A Partnership With Nvidia