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ASUS Maximus XI Extreme: Z390 with all the things!

Z390 ROG to the extreme is here! We would like to introduce you to the ASUS ROG Maximus XI Extreme. ASUS and their Maximus series of boards have been synonymous with gamers, overclockers and overall enthusiasts over the many years since ROG or Republic of Gamers came to be. However, …

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Intel X599 and Z399 Rumored to Split New HEDT Lineup.

Today the tech chatter has been ablaze with more rumors/leaks about the upcoming refresh of the X299 or HEDT platform from Intel. Ever since Computex with the questionable demo of the “28 core” HEDT chip which created a huge controversy things sort of fell silent… Well, today things are heating …

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Intel LGA 2066 Core X-Series Processor Lineup!

Intel LGA 2066 Core X-Series Processor Lineup! Intel has released the new LGA 2066 Core X-Series Processor Lineup with initial MSRPs between $1999 down to $242 ranging from 4 core 8 thread to 12 core 24 thread! Arguably the I5-7640X and the I7-7740 shouldn’t even be on the LGA 2066 …

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QNAP TS-451+

Introduction It is clear what QNAP is aiming for with the TS-451+ from the moment you open up the device, as the unit comes with a multimedia remote as the standard accessory. QNAP actually has had the multimedia remote that users can purchase separately as an add-on accessory that works …

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ASUS ROG Maximus VIII GENE

Introduction ASUS was founded back in 1989 and has a long history in the computer hardware industry and their product line virtually encompasses all aspects of the computer hardware industry. Their product lines cover motherboards, graphics cards, headsets, mice, keyboards, networking, drives, tablets, notebooks, desktops, monitors and I am sure …

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Intel Core I7 6700K Review, Skylake is Falling!

Intel Core I7 6700K  Review, Skylake Is Falling! Intel’s first Skylake offering, the I7 6700 with integrated High Definition Graphics HD530, landed squarely on our test bench about 72 hours ago. Based on a 14nm Fab and coming with a new Z170 chipset sliding into a 1151 LGA socket, the …

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Gigabyte X99-UD4P

Introduction When it comes time for us to upgrade our computer, one of the first things we need to ask ourselves is what are we going to be using our computer for? Am I going to be playing games, uploading videos to my favorite video-sharing website, using it as an …

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Zotac SN970 Steam Machine pairs with NVIDIA GeForce 970M

Zotac has announced SN970, a steam machine small form factor system. Build with the same Zbox design, the SN970 will run SteamOS. The detail specification or pricing has not been announced. However, we know that it will come with Intel 6 generation CPU, aka Skylake. The system will also feature …

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ASUS Maximus VII Formula – Top End ROG Gaming For Z97

Introduction – ASUS Maximus  VII Formula Seems like just yesterday we were looking at the Maximus VI Formula from ASUS based on the Z87 and today we have the Z97 variant. The Maximus VII Formula and it actually looks alot like the previous Z87 variant which to me is not …

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ASUS X99 Deluxe – A new look and features for ASUS X99!

Introduction – ASUS X99 Deluxe When X99 started to become a reality we noticed that every manufacturer was running very late on boards and before you know it ASUS delivered with a board. This does not exactly surprise me since ASUS has a huge engineering and R&D team so getting …

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Gigabyte Z97MX-Gaming 5 – mATX Gaming Muscle from Gigabyte

 Introduction – Gigabyte Z97MX-Gaming 5 Gigabyte is a well-known name in the component industry and for good reason as they have made motherboards and graphics cards for a very long time. Among them some great boards such as the X58 OC board, some great P45 boards and I’m sure many more I’m not …

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Intel Core i7 4790K – Haswell gets a refresh

Say Hello To Devils Canyon and the 4790K Devils Canyon is here, and well honestly has been here for a while but upon starting the writing for this article I struggled alot with how to start it as like we have seen many times recently with Intel, this is another …

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Steam Machine comes with Intel CPU and NVIDIA GPU

STEAM has announced the SteamOS that is aimed to bring PC games to your living room. The company is also gearing to unveil its prototype Steam Machines and controllers. While the device will not be available for purchasing until next year, some lucky 300 Steam users may get their chance …

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GI​GABYTE Updates BRIX Ultra Compact PC “Haswell”

GIGABYTE’s BRIX is a compact desktop based on the Intel NUC that packed a tiny PC in 29.9mm x 107.6 mm x 114.4 mm. With the release of the Haswell, GIGABYTE has updated their BRIX series to include the latest and the greatest CPU from Intel. The BRIX features glass …

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MSI Z87-G45 Gaming Motherboard review

Introduction – MSI Z87-G45 Gaming MSI stormed the market as of recent with the introduction of their gaming series and also offered a new level of segmentation to their lineup that previously simply was not there. By adding the Gaming series there now is a set boundary as to which …

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Kingston HyperX Beast 2133 64GB

We are featuring the exceptionally large 64GB HyperX Beast kit today. If that doesn’t spark your interest, this kit runs at a blazing 2133MHz for extreme enthusiast systems. Continue reading for more….. We are featuring the exceptionally large 64GB HyperX Beast kit today. If that doesn't spark your interest, this …

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Sapphire Edge HD4

Sapphire has long been known for its AMD graphics offerings but a little known part of their business has to do with their small form factor Edge based systems. Today we look at the Intel Celeron powered Edge HD4. Let’s see what it has to offer! Sapphire has long been …

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Intel Core i7-3960x vs. i7-3970x: A Clash of Titans

With the Intel Core i7-3970X taking the crown for the fastest six-core processor for the desktop market, how can this 150W TDP monster compare to its younger brother, the i7-3960X? Can the $10 difference in price justify its performance and stability? In this review the Core i7-3960X and the Core …

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Silicon Power S70 7mm SSD for Ultrabook

The Silicon Power Slim S70 (SP240GBSS3S70S25) paired the LSI SandForce SF-2281 controller with the 25nm Intel synchronous NAND in a slim package of 7mm. Available in capacity ranges from 60GB all the way to 480GB, it is one of the high-end SSDs designed for Ultrabooks.

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AMD FX-8350, Piledriver Vishera Review

Today, AMD has completed the transition of their entire line of CPUs/APUs to the Piledriver design with the release of the Vishera, the mainstream/performance FX series CPU. How much performance can we expect from Vishera over Bulldozer? Let’s find out. 

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Patriot “Intel Extreme Masters” Edition 2133MHz 8GB Review

  Nowadays, memory tends to be more of a battle over who can bin the tightest, as all IC’s shipping for the most part are pretty much the same. In the memory market it all comes down to how you can differentiate yourself from the same old stuff that we may see every day. …

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AMD “Virgo” Platform: 2nd Generation APU

If you read our AMD Trinity Preview, you’ve already seen the integrated GPU performance in the new A-Series APU from AMD. Today, we take a look at the CPU side of the APU. In addition, we are able to see just how the new chip will perform at various applications …

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