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NVIDIA GeForce 340.52 WHQL Now Available

30-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Updated drivers go hand-in-hand with the launch of the Shield Tablet, in part unlocking GameStream for this device.

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Tagged as: NVIDIA

Logitech G Unveils the World's Fastest Gaming Mouse

30-07-2014 by Craig Farren
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The Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury is an Ultra-Fast FPS Gaming mouse. The fastest gaming mouse ever made.

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Tagged as: Logitech, G402, Hyperion fury, gaming, mouse

EA Announces EA Access on Xbox One

30-07-2014 by Craig Farren
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Announcing EA Access for Xbox One: The best way to play EA's games

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Tagged as: EA, Access, Xbox One

Drobo Redefines Storage for Creative Professionals with First Ruggedized and Portable all Flash Array

30-07-2014 by Craig Farren
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Drobo Mini with SSDs Delivers Maximum Speed and Data Protection

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Tagged as: Drobo, SSD, flash, mini

Raptr Adds Game Video Recorder Update

29-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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AMD graphics hardware is now leveraged to allow recording and streaming through Raptr's third party App; NVIDIA hardware also supported.

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Tagged as: Raptr, AMD

Tesoro Announce UK Availability Of Lobera Supreme

29-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Mechanical keyboard with full RGB lighting and choice of Black, Blue, Brown & Red response switches comes to selected retailers in the UK.

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Tagged as: Tesoro, keyboard, peripherals

The Latest Member Of Aerocool's GT Chassis Series Revealed

28-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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GT-A will arrive in black or white variants, supporting ATX motherboards and hitting an attractive sub-€70 price point.

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Tagged as: Aerocool, chassis

LEPA Introduce The Black LV12

28-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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New CPU cooler marries striking aesthetics with solid cooling potential and a low-noise BOL-bearing fan.

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Tagged as: LEPA, cooling

Heatspreader Soldering Rumoured To Return With Haswell-E

28-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Intel's upcoming CPU could net improved thermal conductivity as a result, reducing the relatively recent trend of de-lidding CPUs.

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Tagged as: Intel, Haswell-E

StarTech.com Add Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Accessory Bundle To Connectivity Kit Range

25-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Ideal for BYOD and hotdesk environments, the bundle features HDMI, Mini-DP, VGA, USB 3.0 and Gigabit Ethernet adaptors.

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Tagged as: Startech.com, adaptor

Cool And Exceedingly Long: Thermaltake Release The Water 3.0 Ultimate

25-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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All-In-One liquid cooling solution makes use of a 360mm radiator (27mm stated thickness) for best possible cooling potential.

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Tagged as: Thermaltake, cooling

"You've been chosen" - a new IP from Bioware

25-07-2014 by Craig Farren
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The time is near... they are watching
Your power is rising
You've been chosen.


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Tagged as: Bioware, horror, game

Alienware now accepts Bitcoin and if you use it you get $150 off

25-07-2014 by Craig Farren
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More and more places are accepting Bitcoin as a legitimate payment method for physical goods and services with the latest being custom performance PC makers Alienware.

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Tagged as: Alienware, Bitcoin, hardware, PC

Valve has changed their Steam controller again

24-07-2014 by Craig Farren
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Valve is still very keen on releasing their controller with the prototype being altered again with.. wait! Is that a thumb stick?

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Tagged as: Valve, Controller, Steam

GOG.com Now Supports Linux!

24-07-2014 by Craig Farren
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GOG.com, the biggest DRM-Free online distribution platform, launches Linux support! 50+ games available, tarballs provided, Ubuntu and Mint supported.

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Tagged as: GoG, Linux, Ubuntu, Mint

ADATA Attain New Heights With 3100MHz XPG V3 Memory

24-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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8GB and 16GB dual-channel DDR3 DIMM kits are rated up to PC3-24800 on 1.65V.

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Tagged as: ADATA, RAM, DDR3

ASUS Launch The ROG Swift

23-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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The ROG Swift PG278Q is a premium gaming monitor featuring a 27" 1440p 144Hz panel, displayport 1.2 connectivity and Nvidia's G-SYNC technology.

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Tagged as: ASUS, ROG, monitor, G-Sync

NVIDIA Announces The SHIELD Tablet

22-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Based on the Tegra K1 platform and with the most powerful graphics hardware of any tablet, the SHIELD's successor is available from £239 (excl. controller).

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Tagged as: NVIDIA, SHIELD, tablet, tegra k1

September Release Date For AOC u3477Pqu In The UK

22-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Monitor aimed at enhancing productivity features an UltraWide 3440 x 1440 resolution within a 34" diagonal, hitting a sub-£500 MSRP.

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Tagged as: AOC, monitor

Kingston Digital Begins Shipment Of Near 1TB SSDs

21-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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SSDNow V310 boasts a 960GB capacity and achieves 450MB/s read/write speeds thanks to a Phison 3108 controller.

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Tagged as: Kingston, SSD, Storage

ROCCAT To Debut Two New Products At Gamescom 2014

21-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Europe's premier gaming expo will set the scene for the introduction of the new peripheral designs.

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Tagged as: ROCCAT, Gamescom2014

Haswell Entry-Level CPUs Get A Speed Boost

21-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Pentium and Core i3 dual-core models join the Haswell refresh SKUs in receiving an increased multiplier.

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Tagged as: Intel, Haswell, 22nm

Republic Of Gamers Reveal The Maximus VII Formula

18-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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The Maximus VII Formula is a premium gaming solution for the Z97/Haswell Refresh platform offering a wide selection of ASUS-exclusive tech.

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Tagged as: ASUS, ROG, Z97

NVIDIA Set For Major Announcement On Tuesday

18-07-2014 by Tim Harmer
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Rumours swirl of mobile gaming devices waiting in the wings, including a possible tablet iteration of the SHIELD handheld console.

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Tagged as: NVIDIA, Tegra

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