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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.
Systems | 12th April 2011
If you're in the Birmingham area and pass the NEC, you might spot something a little familiar.
OC3D Articles ›› Systems
Peter Stoba | 14th October 2009
A $99 device that puts 3 million wikipedia articles in your pocket, now available.
Peter Stoba | 7th October 2009
Foxconn have reportedly been contracted in for the production of Apple's tablet device.
Peter Stoba | 6th October 2009
Motherboard and graphics card manufacturer Zotac have entered the nettop market, with their MAG mini PC.
Systems | 9th February 2011
If the recent hardware releases have you salivating but you want a one-stop upgrade, Aria might have just the thing. We take a look at their Dominator 560Ti Gaming PC.
Systems | 13th December 2010
Can you build a modern gaming rig for around £600? That's the question we posed, and you'll be surprised at the answer.
Systems | 27th April 2010
With todays release of the AMD Phenom II X6 1090T, OCUK have provided the first pre-built system. How does it fair?
Systems | 15th February 2010
One of ASUS's greatest success stories has to be the EEE PC netbook, but has this success rubbed off on their full fat Notebook range?
Systems | 1st February 2010
Overclock3D turns their attention to the ever growing netbook market.
Peter Stoba | 22nd September 2009
The latest addition to the Wind series claims a whopping 15 hours battery life.
Peter Stoba | 18th September 2009
The latest Dell laptop is rumoured to charge wirelessly, launched sometime soon.
Peter Stoba | 14th September 2009
The all in one solution from ASUS will definately launch next month.
Peter Stoba | 10th September 2009
Dell are planning to launch a sub 10mm thick notebook, nearly twice as thin as the Macbook Air.
Peter Stoba | 10th August 2009
No more large netbooks from Dell, and not a very valid reason for it either!
Gaurang Shah | 28th July 2009
Boffins at Hewlett-Packard have come up with a surprising new development - a browser-based system for anonymous peer-to-peer file sharing.