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Deepcool Gamer Storm GF120 Review
Now in the new Gamer Storm brand, Deepcool brings us a whole new generation of fan, the Deepcool GF120. Is it a good fan? Is it waterproof?
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Logitech G502 PROTEUS CORE Review
A gaming mouse featuring Logitech's PROTEUS CORE optical sensor - offering up to 12,000 DPI, a tuning weight system and lots of button customisation.
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Compro TN900RW Review
A new PTZ ready IP camera from Compro for the home or small office, featuring, HD support, WiFi functionality and smartphone/tablet access via C4Home.
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SteelSeries Siberia V3 Review
The SteelSeries Siberia is arguably one of the most iconic gaming headsets ever, so we were all too pleased to take a look at the latest refresh, the Sibera V3.
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ASRock X99 Extreme4 Review
Costing almost half that of the range toppers while still retaining many popular features, our 4th X99 motherboard review focuses on the mid range Extreme4 from ASROCK.
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GIGABYTE X99 SOC FORCE Review
GIGABYTE present to us a premium X99 motherboard with an overiding objective in mind - extreme overclocking. See how it fairs in our latest X99 motherboard review.
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G.SKILL Aim For Extreme Storage Performance With The Phoenix Blade PCIe SSD

22-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Featuring a quartet of LSI SF-2281 SSD controllers in RAID0 configuration and PCIe x8 interface, the 480GB Phoenix Blade is capable of up to 2000MB/s R/W.

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Tagged as: GSkill, storage

be quiet! Introduce The Pure Rock, Their First Entry-Level CPU Cooler

21-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Four-heatpipe tower design and 120mm Pure Wings 2 fan make the Pure Rock a good candidate for those seeking low-noise systems or only modest overclocks.

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Tagged as: be quiet, cooling

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Minimum Specs Hold Few Surprises

21-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Despite slightly lop-sided NVIDIA/AMD GPU requirements only a 6GB RAM minimum is out of place in the latest Call Of Duty title.

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Tagged as: Activision, games

Thermaltake Announce The Core V31 Chassis With Tt LCS Certification

21-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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New windowed mid-tower design includes a modular internal layout and far wider water-cooling capabilities than are typical for this size of chassis.

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Tagged as: Thermaltake, chassis, ATX

BIOSTAR Release The iDEQ-T1 Mini-PC Series

20-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Based around Intel's Bay Trail platform, the barebones iDEQ-T1 series makes for a fully-featured HTPC set-up.

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Tagged as: BIOSTAR, Intel, mini-PC

Silent Chassis Specialists Streacom Release The Fanless NC2

20-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Bigger brother to the NC1 for Intel's NUC Platform, the NC2 includes support for a 2.5" HDD/SSD within the chassis.

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Tagged as: Streacom, chassis

In Win Reveal The Mid-Tower 703 And Full-Tower 707 PC Chassis

20-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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New designs accommodate up to ATX and EATX motherboards respectively; white variants feature noise dampening additions.

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Tagged as: In Win, chassis, EATX, ATX

MSI's Gaming AIO PC Lineup Now Features GeForce 970M and 980M Graphics

17-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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All-In-One designs are getting the Maxwell treatment, complementing the AG270's 27" display which features Anti-Flicker and Less Blue Light technology.

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Tagged as: MSI, NVIDIA, AIO, maxwell

Steam's first Free Weekend Weekend is this weekend

17-10-2014 by Craig Farren
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This weekend Steam is holdings it's first Free Weekend Weekend with 10 games that you can play for free.

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Tagged as: Valve, Steam, Free weekend

Lian-Li Introduce The PC-T80, Their Latest Aluminium Test Bench

16-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Updated design based on the PC-T60 features all-aluminium construction, XL-ATX motherboard compatibility and three zones/tiers for components.

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Tagged as: Lian Li, chassis, XL-ATX, EATX, ATX, MATX, test bench

600M Gaming Mouse Launched By COUGAR

16-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Designed primarily for claw-grip users, the 600M makes use of OMRON switches and ADNS-9800 laser sensor in addition to a 32-bit on-board ARM processor.

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Tagged as: COUGAR, mouse, peripherals

Philips 27-Inch Monitor With G-SYNC To Arrive Later This Month

15-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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The high-spec Philips 272G5DYEB features a 144Hz refresh rate and supports 1080p gaming, but comes in at a $699/499 MSRP

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Tagged as: Philips, monitor, nvidia, gsync

Dropbox Users Beware: Password Leak Compromises Accounts

14-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Hackers claim haul of 7 million account logins; Dropbox assures they weren't hacked, believe majority of leaks so far are obsolete credentials.

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Tagged as: Dropbox

SilverStone FQ And FW Fan Range Expand Low-Noise, High-Performance Options

14-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Balanced PWM FQ Range is bundled with speed reduction cable, whilst the PWM FW range is capable of higher RPM for greater cooling potential.

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Tagged as: Silverstone, cooling

3DMark Fire Strike Goes 4K

13-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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New Fire Strike Ultra benches systems at 4K Ultra HD resolutions, giving insight into whether a configuration is truly 4K capable.

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Tagged as: FutureMark, 3DMark

Bioware reveal Dragon Age: Inquisition PC requirements

13-10-2014 by Craig Farren
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Beautiful vistas and incredible new possibilities await you in the latest game in the epic role-playing series from BioWare : "Dragon Age: Inquisition".

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Tagged as: Bioware, Dragon Age, Inquisition, Origin

Samsung has found a way to significantly increase Wi-Fi speeds

13-10-2014 by Craig Farren
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Samsung claims to have developed a 60 GHz Wi-Fi technology that will bridge the gap between theoretical and actual Wi-Fi speeds.


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Tagged as: Samsung, Wi-Fi, high speed

Protect Your Components With The SilverStone Fortress FT05

10-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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The latest Fortress chassis, due 20th of October, is sheathed in aluminium and eschews 5.25" drives for a single slimline bay.

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Tagged as: SilverStone, chassis, atx

Quality And Affordability - QPAD Launch The MK-70

07-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Through Cherry MX switches, a backlight and hitting a <100 price point, QPAD are aiming to replicate the success of other MK-class keyboards.

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Tagged as: QPAD, peripherals, keyboard

The ZOTAC Nano XS Range Gets A Performance Upgrade

01-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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New ZBOX MI512 nano XS sports an Intel i3-4030U dual-core CPU with Intel HD4400 graphics, all whilst retaining the tiny nano XS chassis.

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Tagged as: ZOTAC, mini-PC

Discrete Storage On The Go - Corsair Release The Flash Voyager Vega

01-10-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Low profile compact USB 3.0 flash drive is ideal for keychains or as unobtrusive storage on laptops etc., and is available in capacities up to 64GB.

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Tagged as: Corsair, storage

SteelSeries Unveil The New Siberia v3 Range With Prism LED Lighting

30-09-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Five years since the Siberia v2 launch a new range of high grade gaming headsets is introduced, with features to tempt many a gamer.

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Tagged as: SteelSeries, Audio, headset

Bristling With Buttons And Ready For Combat - ROCCAT Release The Tyon

30-09-2014 by Tim Harmer
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New gaming mouse builds considerably on the strengths of the Kone XTD whilst also being equipped with an innovative new X-Celerator Thumb Paddle.

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Tagged as: ROCCAT, mouse, peripherals

Cooler Master Announce The Next Hyper 612 Iteration

30-09-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Hyper 612 ver. 2 HSF is set for a mid-October release, and can cool passively or be augmented with a fan for more aggressive heat dissipation.

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Tagged as: Cooler Master, cooling

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