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Yet another good week for the tech news and reviews.
A variety of stuff, seems to be a good a week for news.
A good week of tech news all in one little article.
Pictures of the 55nm refresh of the GTX260 as well as the name of the GX2 card have been released
The amount of news this week is amazing, check the best bits here.
Calling Clark Kent & Lois Lane! OC3D Needs you for its expanding news team!
More news about Infinity Ward's behemoth
Denial of service, liquidation, it's all bad news out of this former Nvidia card manufacturer.
Socket FM2+ ATX gaming motherboard delivers absolute fun with Gigabit Ethernet, exclusive SupremeFX audio and rock-solid Gamers Guardian components.
Creative Labs has added support for the ALchemy Project, enabling the use of 3D sound in the newest version of Windows. Read inside for more...
Fancy having great quality audio but don't want 3 different headsets for your various needs? Perhaps SteelSeries can help with the 5XB.
Today we're taking a look at the Asus Xense which comes bundled with a matched pair of Sennheisers. Audio heaven?
If you're in the mood for more power out of your audio solution then the Solo 8C from Microlab could be just the ticket.
Boostaroo Revolution is a tiny, high-definition portable amplifier and splitter for use with your iPod or any other audio device that has a headphone mini jack.
Featuring full bitstreaming HD Audio and only digital connections on-board, will the slim version of Asus's HTPC sound card be a winner?
While the Big news in the GPU world is Maxwell, as UK based Site we simply can't ignore how our Scottish Brothers voted yesterday.
San Jose based Auzentech has become the first non-Creative Labs manufacturer to use Creative Labs audio chips.
RFID keeps getting smaller. Check out the news article to find out more.
A typical feature for many high end motherboards now is improved Audio components. Now these features are trickling down to even low end boards, which is a great thing to see.
News on a new "dual core" R680 part.
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