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Systems | 12th February 2014
How much do you need to spend to get a decent gaming rig? With the help of PCSpecialist, we've put together a great rig for an impressive price.
Systems | 5th February 2014
We take a look at the latest Zbox from Zotac - the first one they've ever released with a dedicated graphics chip capable of running games!
OC3D Articles ›› Systems
Tom Logan | 17th May 2012
We take a quick look at the complete Coolermaster Koolance Cosmos system we built with Specialtech
James Napier | 1st May 2012
So you didn't win anything in OC3D's 2012 madness competition? Well don't despair, Dell Outlet have teamed up with us once again.
Ian Mulcrone | 2nd February 2012
Arctic Cooling today Announce three new entertainment systems
Systems | 23rd September 2013
Today we're reviewing a high-specification Haswell laptop from PC Specialist. With loads of configurations, how does it perform?
Systems | 31st July 2013
If the Sparta Nano took caught your eye but the price was too much, then the Sparta bundle should be just the ticket.
Systems | 5th July 2013
Based upon the Core i5-4670K, the Aria Gladiator Sparta i5 Nano bundle is pre-built and pre-overclocked. Worthy of a purchase?
Systems | 17th June 2013
Water cooled 4770K, a GTX780 all prebuilt and overclocked. We take a look at the Cyberpower Infinity Achilles GT system.
Systems | 22nd May 2013
We're often asked what specifications we would recommend, so we've put together three systems to suit all pockets.
Adam Ferrol | 9th January 2012
ZOTAC kicks of CES with a Trio of new ZBOX mini-pcs
Adam Ferrol | 23rd December 2011
The New Razer Blade Gaming Notebook is being delayed to January 2012
Mark Lewis | 1st September 2011
Brand new ultra compact ZOTAC ZBOX Nano AD10 Series released...
Mark Lewis | 17th July 2011
TTL has another exciting high performance system build for us today. Can the Ultimate Enforcer live up to its name?
Alex Myers | 17th March 2011
Foxconn have announced a tiny new barebones Nettop capable of smooth 1080p playback
Gaurang Shah | 4th February 2011
Lenovo has joined the ranks of major computer manufacturers to initiate a program for the service and replacement of its systems affected by Intel’s Sandy Bridge bug.