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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.
German-Korean research team produces a permanent memory using a new procedure and thereby sets a memory density record.
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.
OCZ has stepped in to fill the gap of ultra fast memory modules for notebooks with its extra memory profiles based SODIMM memory modules.
Patriot Memory have announced the expansion of their highly successful Viper Xtreme Series of memory kits with the addition of six new memory modules.
Well it kind of relates to OC3D....OK, so I just thought it was worth a watch!...check out Zero Punctuations Crysis review inside!
Leading memory manufacturer G.Skill today joined the race with the launch of its RipjawsX series memory modules.
Exceleram, the new player in the memory market from Germany does not seems to believe in causing small ripples - the manufacturer has stirred up the pond with the release of eight memory kits at a single shot.
Memory and flash memory products manufacturer ADATA technology today announced the release of their latest Micro Memory Card Reader.
Leading memory and storage manufacturer OCZ Technology is gearing up to move out of the memory business.
MSI's in-house overclocker Toppc has broken the DDR4 memory speed record with memory clocks of over 5GHz.
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.
Hot on the heels of Corsairs 3300MHz DDR4 Memory, G.Skill just manages to snatch the lead again with their New 3333MHz DDR4 memory.
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...
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