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Systems | 29th August 2012
Today we take a look at a gaming laptop from a US company, iBuyPower. How does it stack up?
Systems | 20th April 2012
Today we're taking a look at a very high end package from Eclipse Computers. The Stealth FX812R795 Extreme PC, and the Stealth Flight pack.
OC3D Articles ›› Systems
Matthew Fogg | 26th September 2007
Toshiba has added Nvidia SLI graphics to its Satellite X205 line of 17-inch notebooks aimed at gamers
Matthew Fogg | 24th September 2007
Computer enthusiasts in the developed world will soon be able to get their hands on an OLPC X0 Laptop.
Jonathan Smith | 28th August 2007
Samsung unveils its Mobile WiMAX UMPC to the Korean market.
Systems | 22nd March 2012
In need of bringing your system up to day and fancy a GTX680 based behemoth? We take a look at the Scan 3XS Vengeance Z68 OC which has all you need.
Systems | 21st February 2012
We've shown you the capabilities of the Force GT RAID0 setup, now we have a look at the rest of the performance.
Systems | 20th June 2011
In the market for an all-in-one system stuffed with the latest hardware? Aria.co.uk might have just what you're after.
Systems | 31st May 2011
Following the excellent P67-based i5 Gladiator bundle from Aria, we take a look at one based on the Z68 board. Is it just as good?
Systems | 9th May 2011
Today we take a look at a pre-overclocked Core i5 bundle from Aria. Which just so happens to be the cheapest overclocked bundle in the UK at the time of going to press.
EQUK | 9th August 2007
Apple has finally decided to upgrade the mac mini to include a core2duo cpu. With the mac mini running a coreduo for the last 12months, it was about time they upgraded.
Matthew Fogg | 2nd July 2007
We have some additional info on the Linux powered Asus Eee PC, which is a very basic notebook, but yet retains a pretty attractive design.
James Prosser | 22nd June 2007
We look at what are surely the smallest PC's in the world
Matthew Fogg | 20th June 2007
PowerColor Wins “the Ultimate Gaming Rig” at the Computex Industry Invitational
Jonathan Smith | 15th June 2007
Asus have designed a laptop that enables users easy access to internal components. Why? Read on to find out.
Matthew Fogg | 6th June 2007
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