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Intel to retire most Sandy Bridge processors by March 2013

Intel this week revealed its plans for discontinuing the vast majority of the Sandy Bridge 32nm LGA 1155 portfolio. All the processors that are due for retirement come ...

6 years ago

Intel CEO says that Windows 8 isn’t ready for the public yet

Microsoft's next version of Windows is nearly here, with Windows 8 being just weeks away from release. But close partner of the Redmond-based company, Intel, has some ...

6 years ago

OCZ Synapse 64GB Solid State Cache Review

A couple of months ago we took a look at OCZ's RevoDrive Hybrid, a PCI-express solution incorporating 128GB of RAW flash memory and a 1TB hard drive into a single cached ...

6 years ago

Arctic Breeze USB Desktop Fan Review

Computers produce a lot of heat, which is the primary reason why computer enthusiasts spend so much money buying advanced cooling solutions. By cooling your computer ...

6 years ago

AMD Piledriver pricing revealed

AMD's next generation of desktop processors are due for release very soon. The second generation of 32nm processors from AMD, codenamed Piledriver, will continue the Vishera ...

6 years ago

Scythe Mugen 3 Rev.B CPU Cooler Review

Scythe are a big name when it comes to cooling components within the computer industry. We are delighted to finally have our first Scythe CPU cooler in for review ...

6 years ago

Nintendo are region-locking the Wii U

This news might come as a blow to Nintendo fans, as the company has confirmed that their upcoming next-gen console, Wii U, will be region-locked. Nintendo have confirmed ...

6 years ago

Cooler Master CM Storm Scout 2 Mid-Tower PC Chassis Review

CM Storm are well known among the gaming community for their current popular choice the Scout, a chassis that not only catered to the demanding needs of many gamers but ...

6 years ago

Topower Black-X Series DDR3 1333MHz 8GB Memory Kit Review

You may remember that back in March we took a look at a set of memory from a brand that are only known in certain areas of the market and for us, was a slightly newer ...

6 years ago

Intel to release quad-core, LTE-capable Medfield chips later this year

Intel are slowly toying with their Medfield-powered smartphones, releasing them to India, China, Russia and the UK, but surprisingly, they've left out the US market for ...

6 years ago

Foxconn riots in Chinese factory, involve 2,000+ people

We all know of the poor working conditions that Foxconn push on their employees, paying them less than $1 per hour, for 6 days per week, 12 hour days, but it looks like ...

6 years ago

Nvidia to compete with Xeon and Opteron processors

In the enterprise market Intel and AMD are the only two big players (VIA's presence is debatable), with Intel wielding a significant advantage in most cases. Now Nvidia ...

6 years ago

Official Jelly Bean update hits the Samsung Galaxy S III

It's here, it's finally here. Galaxy S III owners in Poland are some of the lucky first Galaxy S III owners that can now push their phones to Android 4.1.1 Jelly ...

6 years ago

Samsung announce 840 series SSD

Samsung's 830 series SSD has been one of the most popular additions to the SSD market in recent times after it parted ways with the traditional Sandforce-monotony and ...

6 years ago

Sapphire Radeon HD 7770 FleX GHz Edition 1GB Graphics Card Review

The Radeon HD 7770 graphics card is a bit of an unsung hero in the GPU world, and we will be the first to admit that we're probably part of that census. When the card ...

6 years ago

Enermax unveil ELC 120 and 240 Liquid CPU Coolers

Enermax are still relatively new to CPU coolers. Currently the line up consists of the tower cooler ETS-T40 and the top-down cooler the ETD-T60 - both are air coolers. Now ...

6 years ago

Final Fantasy VII PC (re-release) Review

Over the last two weeks I have been taking a grand trip down memory lane to my all time favourite game, Final Fantasy VII, the 1997 Playstation 1 blockbuster that won a ...

6 years ago

Asus website hacked

It broke earlier today that the http://rog.asus.com/ home page had suffered an attack from a hacking group, the message left on the site left little to the imagination ...

6 years ago

Thrustmaster F1 Wireless PC Gamepad Ferrari 150th Italia Alonso Edition Review

Today we are taking a look at the F1 Wireless Ferrari 150th Italia  controller, Alonso Editon from Thrustmaster, a PC and Playstation 3 compatible analogue controller ...

6 years ago

ASRock Z77 Pro4 (Z77) Motherboard Review

It's been quite some time since we've had an ASRock board in our hands for testing. In fact it was just before Christmas last year when we looked at the X79 Extreme9 board ...

6 years ago

Guns of Icarus Online – New Trailer, Launch Delay, & Euro Gamer Expo

Muse Games has a new trailer for their upcoming co-op airship combat game Guns of Icarus Online. Additionally, the game's launch date has been moved to Oct 29, these extra ...

6 years ago

Fractal Design Define R4 Full-Tower PC Chassis Review

Today I'm taking a look at the Define R4 chassis from the masters at Fractal Design, a chassis that sets out to maximum sound reduction, while staying highly configurable ...

6 years ago

Twitter gets optimised for both iOS 6, and the new iPhone 5

Apple's iOS 6 and new iPhone 5 should have reached stores in some countries by now, where at least here in Australia I can walk down to my local telco, or electronics store ...

6 years ago

Battlefield games are just $10 at the moment, DICE celebrate Battlefield’s 10-year anniversary

It's hard to believe its been 10 years since Battlefield first graced our PC monitors, and for a few more hours, EA and DICE are selling a bunch of Battlefield games for just ...

6 years ago

ZTE all set to launch Firefox OS-powered smartphone in Q1 2013

With a world dominated by iPhones and Android-based phones, there isn't much room for anything else right now. Microsoft is going to have a hard time pushing their phones next ...

6 years ago