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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.
OC3D Articles ›› Misc Hardware
Matthew Fogg | 9th March 2009
Star Lineup of Gaming Products Provide Exciting Solutions for all Gamers
Derrick Huey | 5th March 2009
OCZ shows off products from a multitude of areas this year at CeBit.
Stuart Boardman | 3rd March 2009
The watercooling specialists are the latest to fall under the current financial climate.
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.
Derrick Huey | 28th February 2009
Two of the industry's giants in the chip sector seem to have something in the works between them.
Stuart Boardman | 23rd February 2009
With aims of providing the skill-sets necessary for the Digital Age to jobseekers.
Bryan Waters | 18th February 2009
Thermaltake announce a new luxury arm to their business
Stuart Boardman | 13th February 2009
With their fingers in just about every pie, Microsoft are said to be wanting another slice.
Stuart Boardman | 11th February 2009
With over £2000 worth of kit up for grabs in our latest competition, someone is a very happy chappy. Find out here!
Derrick Huey | 10th February 2009
The weakened global economy forces Intel to cut back on their developer events.