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CES News - Intel show a Ivy Bridge Ultrabook, playing COD:MW3, with NO discrete graphics!
KVM, a new virtualization technology that lets Linux computers run multiple operating systems simultaneously, has won a significant endorsement from Red Hat. Read on to find out more...
CoolIT's Boreas cooler
Overclocking is going to return to Mobile Nvidia GPUs. This is due to the wave of Negative feedback Nvidia received from many Geforce Users and News outlets.
SilverStone have released a range of three products designed to provide USB 3.0 capabilities to desktop and laptop systems...
YOYOTech has launched a range of Black Edition systems, using AMD?s latest Dragon Platform Technology
A new brand to OC3D, UK Gaming Computers have a massive range of systems available. We take a look at the Ares, which offers plenty of bang for your buck.
Windows XP users who upgrade their hard drives in the coming year might be faced with a big issue; the format of hard drives is soon to undergo a massive upgrade.
Presently, we are seeing more and more passive heatpipe cooling systems being implimented on motherboards. Noctua have released their own aftermarket chipset cooling solution, the NC-U6...but can it stand the heat?
High speed PC2-6400 FB-DIMMs for Apple Mac Pro and Xserve systems
Sharkoon introduces a new CPU-Cooler for AMD (939) and Intel (775) systems.
Good news, Linux gamers: BioShock Infinite is coming to Linux in early 2015.
CoolIT Offers MTEC Solution for NVIDIA's 8800 Series as an Add-On for Custom Water Cooling Setups
Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) today displayed their super slim miniature PC box designed around the Pineview Platform.
The ASUS exhibit at CeBIT 2010 has been one of the centres of attraction with a showcasing of some cool cutting edge products.
Do you remember the days of 800MHz Memory? How about G.Skill's new 4.133GHz DDR4 Memory for Z170 based systems.
AMD’s leading systems partner Sapphire Technology today unveiled its first mainboard designed for the newly released Fusion APUs.
Take a look at Parvum Systems latest chassis, the X1.0.
The news we have all been waiting for.... Official release dates for Windows 7 RTM.
Valve is backing the Vulkan API in a big way, arguing that there is "not much reason to create a DirectX 12 back end for your game" as Vulcan covers a Windows 10 and other operating systems.
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