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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.
OC3D Articles ›› Systems
Mark Campbell | 16th July 2015
Rumors suggest that Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 Tablet will Contain an Intel Skylake and a NVMe SSD.
Mark Campbell | 15th July 2015
Commodore is Back with a 5.5" Smartphone, with a 13 megapixel camera, a 3000 mAh battery, an 8-core CPU and even a Commodore 64 and Amiga Emulator.
Mark Campbell | 7th July 2015
The Pebble Time Smartwatch is now available in the UK.
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.
Systems | 13th October 2009
Still searching for that perfect computer? While we can't guarantee anything, this could well be worth a look...
Systems | 19th August 2009
Ever considered returning to prebuilt computers? Perhaps one of Mesh's latest offerings may persuade you.
Systems | 18th April 2009
No time to build your own high end rig? Check inside to see if The PCO Group can deliver what you need.
Mark Campbell | 26th June 2015
Archos launches a 79 Pound HDMI PC Stick, bringing the PC experience to a much smaller and cheaper price point.
Mark Campbell | 5th June 2015
Meet OCUK's new Atomic range of Small Form Factor PCs. Are you a fan of Mini PC?
Daan van Monsjou | 2nd June 2015
MSI is not joking around at Computex 2015, with a monster of a lineup. We at OC3D give you an overview of all MSI Computex Products.
Mark Campbell | 1st June 2015
Corsair Unleashes their Bulldog Living room PC at Computex 2015.
Mark Campbell | 18th May 2015
It looks like Nvidia's Shield Console may be released soon as it has been listed and swiftly taken down from Amazon.
Mark Campbell | 10th April 2015
The US government has refused to let Intel help China update the world's biggest supercomputer, the Tianhe-2, over fears that China will be conducting Nuclear Research on it.