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Software | 12th August 2015
Windows 10 has the ability to use your bandwidth to seed it's own updates, we will show you how to disable it and give you full use of your own internet connection.
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.
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Mark Campbell | 18th November 2015
Nvidia has promised an Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the Shield before Christmas. If only other manufacturers could support a product for so long.
Mark Campbell | 15th November 2015
A Google self driving car has been pulled over in the US for driving too slowly.
Mark Campbell | 12th November 2015
Chrome ending support for older versions of Windows and OS X, saying that these platforms "are no longer actively supported by Microsoft and Apple"
Mark Campbell | 30th October 2015
The EU Parliament has said that EU citizens are still in danger of Mass Surveillance and that an "effective level of protection" need to be put in place.
Software | 13th November 2014
The latest iteration of the wildly successful Assassin's Creed franchise forms part of nVidia's "free game" promotion. We take a look.
Software | 2nd December 2013
We put the R9 270X 280X 290 290X and the GTX770 GTX780 & GTX780 Ti head to head in BF4 to see what all the fuss has been about.
Software | 7th February 2013
A new version of 3D Mark is upon us, so we take a quick run-through of what you can expect to find.
Software | 20th October 2010
Lavalys Everest has got a new, and yet old, name. We take a look at AIDA64.
Software | 18th December 2009
OC3D gets a sneak preview of Capcoms upcoming Dark Void
Software | 6th October 2009
Lavalys have updated their popular hardware analysis software Everest. We see what's new inside.
Software | 6th November 2008
In conjunction with the release of the XFX GTX260 Black Edition we get to sample Far Cry 2 and give you the lowdown if its a worthy successor to the original.
Software | 30th July 2008
Overclock3D checks out Immortal Gaming's service with a store review
Software | 30th May 2007
Cell Factor is a game that I've been awaiting the final release of for some time. Showcasing Ageia's PhysX card and API, the promise of the game at early beta was good. See what we think now...
Software | 2nd August 2006
Today I'm looking at the eagerly anticipated sequel to Hitman Contracts. Can this latest instalment live up to the hype and become an "ultimate hit" with gamers? Time to go in all guns blazing to find out!
Software | 1st April 2006
Today I will be giving you a quick review of Elder Scrolls: Oblivion with some screenshots and an idea of how it plays on a high-end gaming rig.
Mark Campbell | 26th October 2015
CCleaner now lets you uninstall Windows Store apps, so you can now delete some of those annoying stock Windows 10 apps.
Mark Campbell | 22nd October 2015
Redline@OC3D.net's top Folder, stevehat1 has broken the 1 billion point barrier in Folding at home, making him one of the world's biggest folders.
Mark Campbell | 3rd October 2015
Microsoft and ASUS have announced an expansion of their existing patent licencing agreement, allowing both companies to collaborate and cross-licence their products.
Mark Campbell | 2nd October 2015
Over 24% of Steam Users are using Windows 10, which is already more than the number of users using Windows 8.1.
Mark Campbell | 21st September 2015
Skype users over the entire world will currently be experiencing issues, though the company is working on a fix.
Mark Campbell | 15th September 2015
Facebook will be adding a dislike button in the near future. What do you think of this move?
Mark Campbell | 26th August 2015
Microsoft has released a Windows 10 Shortcut "Cheat Sheet", allowing you to read or print a list of all of Windows 10's shortcuts keys.
Mark Campbell | 18th August 2015
Windows 10 has over 53 Million Installs, holding almost 5% of the PC market.
Mark Campbell | 6th August 2015
It looks like iTunes is illegal in the UK as it's highly advertised CD-rip feature is no longer permitted in law.
Mark Campbell | 4th August 2015
Windows 10 is already more popular than any Linux or Mac OS on Steam.
Mark Campbell | 31st July 2015
Mozilla's CEO has published a letter of complaint about Windows 10's default program settings.
Mark Campbell | 29th July 2015
You can download Windows 10 to a USB flash drive or ISO file with this link.
Mark Campbell | 28th July 2015
FinalWire has announced AIDA64 v5.30 with Windows 10 and Intel "Skylake" Support.
Mark Campbell | 27th July 2015
A Steam Exploit has been discovered which made it possible to access any Steam account with only the users Username. Thankfully it has been fixed now.
Mark Campbell | 26th July 2015
Windows 10 USB Installer Spotted, contains both the 64-bit and 32-bit versions.
Mark Campbell | 20th July 2015
The Windows 10 ad campaign has begun, with Microsoft again telling potential users that the OS is "familiar" to both Window 7/8 users and brings back the start menu.
Mark Campbell | 19th July 2015
Windows 10 Will be Supported until 2020, with extended support until 2025.
Mark Campbell | 16th July 2015
The Retail version of Windows 10 will be releasing on August 16th and will come on USB stick.
Mark Campbell | 12th July 2015
The box art from Windows 10 has just appears Online. Think it showcases the return of the start menu enough?
Mark Campbell | 2nd July 2015
Plex TV Has been Hacked, payment data is safe but it is recommended that users change their passwords.
Mark Campbell | 1st July 2015
HTML Twitch Chat is Live, offering faster loading times and lower CPU usage.
Daan van Monsjou | 26th June 2015
The Steam Universe is expanding again. Valve has released an early preview of their upcoming SteamOS build, codenamed 'Brewmaster'.
Mark Campbell | 26th June 2015
In addition to known torrent sites, Steam is now censoring links to many known 3rd party key resellers on Steam Chat.
Mark Campbell | 25th June 2015
It looks like Samsung are preventing Windows from updating on some of their laptops, by installing a program automatically without the users consent or knowledge.
Mark Campbell | 24th June 2015
Gmail now has an "unsend" Function, so you now have the option to stop an email from being sent if you think you will regret it.