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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!
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Nic Crane | 29th September 2007
Thermaltake Technology will be attending the SMAU 2007 International Exhibition of Information & Communications Technology in Italy this October.
Jonathan Smith | 26th September 2007
In association with Nanopoint, Aqua-PCs are offering you the chance to get some exclusive discount bundles.
Nic Crane | 15th September 2007
Thermaltake Technology, the #1 choice for PC DIY enthusiasts worldwide, today announced to be the Official Sponsor of World Cyber Games (WCG) 2007.
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...
Jonathan Smith | 4th September 2007
One of the UK's finest specialist computing etailer has closed for business.
Matthew Fogg | 21st August 2007
We decided it was high-time to pay tribute to our talented modding fraternity here at Overck3D Forum, by providing a platform in which our 'modders' can receive the recognition they deserve. Read on and be amazed...
Matt Kemp | 12th August 2007
Now it's time to see who's won some top gear in our awesome competition in Association with NanoPoint
Matt Kemp | 8th August 2007
Check out the latest and greatest threads in our Forums if you're a member. If you're not a member sign up now and get chatting!!
Matthew Fogg | 26th July 2007
Intel today said that it has developed a laser modulator with a bandwidth of 40 Gb/s.
Matthew Fogg | 25th July 2007
Now, as 1Gbps networks are becoming standard, the Higher Speed Study Group (HSSG) has approved a Project Authorization Request (PAR) for a new standard,