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Gigabyte AORUS 4K OLED Tactical Gaming Monitors Revealed

Back in 2019, Gigabyte and their hard-core gaming division AORUS unveiled the "world's first tactical gaming monitor". And now, for 2021, it looks like they're ready to follow that up with their latest models! However, while the ...

7 hours ago

Ring Fit Adventure Sees Healthy Discount on Amazon

Released in late 2019, Ring Fit Adventure for the Switch has proven to be a hugely popular title continuing Nintendo's trend of releasing health-orientated gaming products. Although it is certainly sought-after, it should be noted ...

8 hours ago

AMD Ryzen PRO 5000G Series Specs Leak!

With the AMD Ryzen PRO 5000G APU processors expected to be released in the coming weeks, there is clearly a lot of interest in these new models and particularly so given that they will not only feature AMD's new(ish) Zen 3 ...

8 hours ago

Resident Evil Film Reboot Gets Delayed

We first heard the news that the Resident Evil film franchise was getting a brand new re-boot back in 2019 and with the principal photography of it reportedly wrapping up just before the end of last year. We got confirmation in ...

8 hours ago

Global Chipset Shortage Now Claims Routers!

With the ongoing global chipset shortage, it's one of the biggest reasons why supply levels of CPUs, GPUs, and pretty much anything technologically based is in such low levels of quantity at the moment. Following a report via ...

8 hours ago

Apple’s New iPad Pro is Coming, But Supplies Are Low!

With the launch of Apple's new iPad Pro expected in the very near future, there is clearly a lot of interest from people looking to access this latest piece of portable technology. Following a report via The Verge, however, while ...

8 hours ago

AMD Roadmap For Ryzen 6000 AND 7000 Leaks

Given that it's only just been over 6 months since AMD released its Ryzen 5000 desktop CPUs, you'd be forgiven for thinking that it was perhaps a little too soon to be already discussing the next-generation platform. Let alone the ...

8 hours ago

This Gaming PC Has More than a Few Bugs! – Video

I daresay that anyone who has ever attempted building their own gaming PC has, probably more than once, experienced a few bugs lurking in the machine. In a literal sense, though? I doubt it! - Following a video posted by Reddit ...

21 hours ago

Antec NX410 Mid-Tower Case Review

Antec is one of the biggest and oldest names when it comes to PC cases. I remember some of my earliest cases being Antec, and I've owned plenty since then too. While they've got some great premium options, their strong suit has ...

1 day ago

Typing Of The Dead Mod Uses the Best (Worst?) of Yahoo Answers!

Earlier this week we got the news that after over 15-years of people asking some of the internet's most weirdest and wonderful questions, Yahoo Answers would finally be shutting down this Summer. In something that looks to ...

1 day ago

Sony to bring PlayStation Games to Smartphones?

With the mobile gaming sector currently representing one of the most lucrative markets around, it's not exactly surprising that over the last few years we've seen some of the mainstream console manufacturers looking to at least ...

1 day ago

Nvidia Easter Egg Decoded to Reveal Prizes on Offer!

Earlier this week it was revealed that Nvidia's GTC 2021 showcase would, not for the first time, be hosted directly from Jensen Huang's kitchen. However, with the announcement, there was certainly more than a few teasers ...

1 day ago

PC Shipments Spike Despite Chipset Shortages

There is no denying that the current situation of the average PC owner attempting to find a component upgrade at the moment is more than a little bleak. Put simply, despite a lot of new technology being released late last year, ...

1 day ago

Microsoft Reportedly Closing in on Nuance Acquisition

EDIT - Microsoft has now confirmed that the deal has been agreed pending legal paperwork. Microsoft has certainly been more than a little busy over the last month with rumours and confirmation of deals coming from practically ...

1 day ago

PUBG Studio Rumored to be Working on a New Sci-fi Shooter

Despite Call of Duty Warzone perhaps stealing some of its battle royal thunder away, PUBG (Playerunknown's Battlegrounds) still remains an amazingly popular title. And, it should be noted, for more than a few reasons. With regular ...

1 day ago

Noctua Confirms Compatibility Kits for Intel Alder Lake-S

Noctua is well known for being one of the most respectable PC hardware brands around and has regularly shown a strong interest in ensuring that their range of excellent CPU cooling products is entirely compatible with as many ...

2 days ago

Intel Uses MacBook in 11th-Gen CPU Advert Blunder!

There have, of course, been many marketing blunders over the years (Just Google Gerald Ratner for one of the worst). When it comes to something involving a community as meticulous as the PC hardware enthusiast, however, it's never ...

2 days ago

Surface Laptop 4 Images, Specs, and Prices Leak!

Earlier this week, following an update to the official Microsoft support website, there was more than a little indication to suggest that their new Surface Laptop 4 models would be announced in the very near future. In terms of ...

2 days ago

Epic Games Reports EGS Losses of Over $450M

Launching in late 2018, I think it's hard to understate just how well (and quickly) the Epic Games Store has quickly engrained itself into a somewhat integral part of any gaming desktop. Trying to compete with the 15-years of ...

2 days ago

The Last of Us PS5 Remake Reportedly in the Works!

Many consider 'The Last of Us' to be one of the greatest games ever made, and in truth, while I don't personally share that opinion, I can at the very least understand why some do have it. However, if you do have a lot of love for ...

2 days ago

SilentiumPC Unveils its Fera 5/Fera 5 Dual Fan CPU Coolers

SilentiumPC announced its fifth generation of the Fera CPU Cooler series, which has received a complete redesign from the ground up. The Fera 5 is the first CPU Cooler from the SilentiumPC lineup to receive the Synergy Cooling ...

3 days ago

Arctic Launches its Quiet Calm RGB Case Fans

ARCTIC, has today introduced two new semi-passive case fans. A special 0-decibel mode enables completely silent operation when power is not needed. The P12 PWM PST 0 dB fans are available in two different variants, with analogue ...

3 days ago

Alphacool Launches its New ‘Extremely Large’ Radiators

Alphacool has today announced the launch of four new extremely large radiators. The first two radiators are for 180 or 200 mm fans and are a thickness of 86 mm. The 200 and 400 mm NexXxoS Monsta radiators offer a huge cooling ...

3 days ago

Microsoft Moves to Make Paint Optional on Windows 10

Despite what has largely represented a few official reprieves from execution (largely thanks to community support and outcry), it's been pretty clear since 2017 that Microsoft has wanted to remove MS Paint from its Windows 10 ...

3 days ago

ViewSonic Unveils its Budget-Friendly VX18 Gaming Monitors

ViewSonic has today introduced its latest line of budget-friendly monitors for home entertainment and gaming. The VX18 series of monitors will come in sizes from 24- to 34-inches, features adaptive sync technology, an ultra-fast ...

3 days ago

Nvidia GTC 2021 to be Held in Jensen Huang’s Kitchen (Again)

You may recall that back in 2020, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation, rather than hosting the Nvidia GTC as a physical event, it was recorded in Jensen Huang's (Nvidia's CEO) kitchen. Well, following a report via ...

3 days ago

LG – Smartphone Android Updates Will Continue for 3 Years

Earlier this week, LG confirmed that the manufacturer would officially withdraw from the smartphone market as part of a restructuring process. A decision that did, ultimately, make sense as while their products were certainly ...

4 days ago

China’s First 7nm GPGPU is Unveiled

Back in late 2019, China announced plans to go completely technologically independent by the end of 2022. In a nutshell, they aim to make all government-owned systems completely powered by hardware technology both designed and ...

4 days ago

TeamGroup Launches T-FORCE CARDEA A440 PCIe 4.0 SSD

Leading memory provider TEAMGROUP challenges the SSD industry's highest speeds today with its launch of the CARDEA A440 PCIe 4.0 SSD under its gaming sub-brand T-FORCE. It features extreme read and write speeds up to 7000 MB/s and ...

4 days ago

Twitch Warns Bans Might Extend to Off-Platform Activity

Since the start of the year, Twitch has certainly kicked their efforts into a new gear in order to attempt to remove toxic or abusive members from their streaming platform. Such moves have, of course, seen mixed success and ...

4 days ago


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