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In an effort to combat fake reviews on their website Amazon is now suing 3 of their sellers for taking part in this shady practice.
It has been revealed that there will be no Pre-Launch Reviews for Quantum Break on PC.
Yet another good week for the tech news and reviews.
A few game reviews and a good look at the 3xcore AMD chips.
Five Overclock3d Forum Members take the time to tell us what they think of CM Storms new range of mouse mats.
A good selection of articles from film reviews to video game texture mods.
Well it kind of relates to OC3D....OK, so I just thought it was worth a watch!...check out Zero Punctuations Crysis review inside!
After using these nippy blue modules in several of our DDR3 motherboard reviews, we thought it was about time we got up-close and personal with them by pushing them to their limits.
The first of the Shadow H2O series of reviews is the Powercolor 6990 LCS - can the waterblock be the answer to our ears prayers?
The second of our first two reviews of the new AMD range of GPUs is the R9 270X, based on the Tahiti LE core.
Eddie haven't been long on the market with their EK block for all the high end cards, but they're already been recieving excellent reviews. I take a look and see what I think...
Overclock3D power supply reviews are back! With fresh chains on the load tester Jim takes a look at the G1050 from Cougar.
In the first of two reviews looking at NZXTs refresh of the Kraken range we look at the new Kraken X41
The first of our multi-part Z97 reviews is the ASUS Z97A. A motherboard with far more than the price tag would indicate.
The last of our three CM Storm reviews is the Reaper Gaming Mouse. Stuffed full of high-end technology, does it cut the mustard?
The second of our reviews of the new GTX660Ti is courtesy of Zotac, and their AMP! model.
The second of our GTX780 reviews looks at the Windforce cooled model from Gigabyte, including overclocking the GTX780.
The other of our two GTX960 launch reviews is the MSI Gaming GTX960. How does it stack up?
Just when we thought that all the DDR2 reviews had dried up, OCZ comes and surprises us with their latest "ReaperX" 4GB kit.
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