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    HIS R7 260X and R7 250X Review

    Today we're focusing on two cards from HIS, a company we're very familiar with, having seen many of their products in the past couple of generations in AMD cards. HIS typically produces cards with custom coolers and aggressive factory overclocks, but these two are a ...
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    NZXT Kraken X31-X41-X61 AIO Water Cooler Roundup

    AIO (all in one) liquid cooling units continue to gain popularity due mostly to the cheaper cost to performance ratio, as well as their leak-proof and low maintenance design. If we look back a mere 2 years ago, liquid AIO cooling units were few and far between, and o...
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    Phanteks Enthoo LUXE Full Tower Case

    After all these years reviewing computer equipment, especially case reviews, it takes a lot to get me excited. There are not too many manufacturers that will spark my interest or kindle and light that fire inside of me. Today Phanteks has now moved to the top of my l...
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    ThermalTake Level 10 M Hybrid Mouse Review

    There are a lot of different features we look at when purchasing peripherals, especially when it comes to our mouse for gaming. Who wants a heavy, uncomfortable mouse that may jump around while we're trying to make the next kill? Introducing the next ThermalTake mo...
Latest News & Reviews

Nvidia opens it’s mouth over GPU failure woes

Following the recent interview with AMD's Neil McLellan regarding Nvidia's GPU failures, Nvidia have responded with a somewhat defensive few paragraphs. More here.

AMD announce operational profit for quarter three

Intel isn't the only company which holds the financial bragging rights for last quarter, as AMD has recorded its first operational profit since Q3 2006. About time too.

Nvidia’s second Big Bang pictured, arriving soon

While Nvidia's "Big Bang II" worthy ForceWare 180 drivers are missing in action, rest assured, as VR-Zone has taken a dozen screenshots showcasing the goods.

Friday Sampler [10-17-08]

As the weekend approaches, we take a look at what's happening from around the tech world, guaranteed to satisfy your appetite.

Adobe launch Flash 10, boasts GPU acceleration

Adobe's Creative Suite 4 isn't the only software to reap the benefits of GPU acceleration, as the newly released Adobe Flash 10 shares similar functions.

AMD talks about Nvidia’s mobile GPU failures

If you crave an insight into the Nvidia mobile GPU failure saga, then TechReport have an article which reveals AMD's thoughts on things. Check it out!

Dual-core Phenom’s delayed, to be sold as Athlons

AMD's dual-core Phenom CPU's have been pushed back to Q1 next year, according to Expreview. "Kuma" will adopt the Athlon branding though, and remain 65nm.

Intel record best third quarter revenue in its history

Despite the current economic state, Intel has posted the "best third-quarter revenue in its history" - a revenue of $10.3 billion and net income of $2 billion.

Ubisoft’s Far Cry 2 nearing launch, goes gold

With launch taking place in less than a week now, Far Cry 2 has gone gold, with good reason too. As Shacknews report, the title has "entered manufacturing".

Microsoft make “Windows 7″ brand name official

According to Microsoft's Mike Nash, the next version of Windows will arrive under the "Windows 7" moniker, which was the OS's codename up until today.

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