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The Dell UP2414Q 24 inch 4K monitor, now £870 pre-order

So I’m a sucker for a good 4K monitor.  Resolution is king, as well as a few other things, so when Dell announced their Ultrasharp range of 4K monitors, I … Continue reading

2014/02/01 · Leave a comment

ASUS announces 24″ G-Sync VG248QE Monitor

G-Sync, NVIDIA’s answer to lag, stutter and tearing while gaming, is essentially an add-in board to a monitor that allows the GPU and monitor to talk to each other about … Continue reading

2013/10/21 · Leave a comment

ASUS Launches Xonar Essence STU: A USB DAC

Some people love their music.  I’m a big fan of clarity, though I’m no audiophile – I know that my music should be ripped from the CD in high quality … Continue reading

2013/10/21 · Leave a comment

ASRock M8 Barebones Launched, Co-Designed with BMW

Every now and again BMW end up pairing with a computer hardware manufacturer to make something to marvel at.  One of the most famous in recent times was the Thermaltake … Continue reading

2013/10/07 · Leave a comment

29″ 2560×1080 Dell U2913WM on the cheap: £350

I am always monitor browsing.  If it’s not for my next testing monitor, I’m considering a 2×2 arrangement for 4K, or looking at something with silly resolution densities like the … Continue reading

2013/09/21 · Leave a comment

Overclocking the 4960X: Power Consumption

While doing some testing with an i7-4960X Ivy Bridge-E CPU for another review, I decided to test the power consumption of the CPU over a range of overclocks.  It is … Continue reading

2013/09/13 · Leave a comment

ECS Launch H81 Motherboards with Durathon Certification

Almost every motherboard manufacturer likes to have some form of certification on their motherboards to showcase advanced testing or improved components – with ECS this is called Durathon.  Durathon is … Continue reading

2013/09/11 · Leave a comment

AMD Revises Naming Scheme for GPUs?

Every 5 generations or so all the major product manufacturers go through a name change.  For example, NVIDIA went through 6000, 7000, 8000 and 9000 series before starting at 1xx, … Continue reading

2013/09/10 · 2 Comments

Saints Row IV available from AMD’s Never Settle Forever Gold Tier

AMD’s Never Settle season is in full swing – by purchasing an AMD video card, users get the chance to pick a certain amount of games from an ever rotating … Continue reading

2013/09/10 · Leave a comment

EVGA Launch Gaming mITX Chassis – The Hadron Air and Hydro

EVGA is a company built on the premise of hardware for gamers.  Their mainstay is graphics cards, but they also produce their own motherboards as well as sell PSUs and … Continue reading

2013/09/09 · Leave a comment

AMD Catalyst 13.10 Beta for Download

Keeping up to date with drivers is usually important, especially if you’ve just bought the latest game and want it to work flawlessly / with the best updates.  Recently AMD … Continue reading

2013/09/08 · Leave a comment

Rosewill RK9100-BR Keyboard Review with MX Cherry Brown

After being given the opportunity to try out a mechanical keyboard and having a choice as to the type, I browsed online for explanations as to what Cherry would be … Continue reading

2013/09/07 · 1 Comment

Intel launches Haswell Pentiums and i3 Series. But…

September 1st, the official launch date of the low end Haswell processors, has come and gone. On the launch list are the following: Name C/T Speed Turbo Power Price i7-4771 … Continue reading

2013/09/02 · Leave a comment

MSI Announces the GTX 780 Lightning GPU, One of the World’s Fastest

For the last few generations, MSI has launched LIGHTNING versions of their graphics cards on both the AMD and NVIDIA side.  These cards are designed to be the fastest GPUs … Continue reading

2013/08/28 · Leave a comment

AMD to Launch Low-Power APUs

Users of low-power CPUs will recognise the -T suffix, used for low base clock components that boost up to high frequencies but are actually CPUs with better power usage characteristics. … Continue reading

2013/08/27 · Leave a comment