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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 ...

18 hours 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 ...

18 hours 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 ...

18 hours 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 ...

18 hours 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 ...

18 hours 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 ...

2 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 ...

2 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 ...

2 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 ...

2 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 ...

2 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 ...

2 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 ...

3 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 ...

3 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 ...

3 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 ...

3 days ago

AeroCool Launches its Dorado Series of Power Supplies

AeroCool has announced the launch of its brand new 'Dorado' series of power supplies. While the name itself might potentially raise a few eye-brows (because let's face it, it sounds more like a car brand than a PSU) it certainly ...

3 days ago

Super Mario Bros Speedrun Achieves the Seemingly Impossible!

Back in 2018, speedrunner 'Kosmic' set a new world record for Super Mario Bros of 4:55.913 in what was largely described as 'the perfect run'. Ever since this was achieved though, many have debated whether it was humanly possible ...

3 days ago

Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Gaming Mouse Review

Gaming mice used to come with ways of adding more weight to balance them and adjust their feel, but it seems those days are long gone. The age of the heavy mouse is making way for the new wave of ultra-light gaming mice! ...

4 days ago

Corsair K70 RGB TKL Mechanical Keyboard Review

Corsair already has a seemingly endless line-up of amazing and award-winning gaming keyboards. But is there room for one more? Of course, there is! Especially when it's this lovely TKL version, built to dominate at LAN gaming ...

4 days ago

Bill Murray Upbeat About Ghostbusters Afterlife

Given the fact that Ghostbusters 2016 was, generally speaking, pretty awful, when the announcement of Ghostbusters Afterlife was made, there was more than a little optimism from fans that, all going well, this would be the revival ...

4 days ago

Microsoft (Sort Of) Reveals Surface Laptop 4 is Out Soon

Microsoft's 'Surface' range of laptops has, perhaps surprisingly, proven to be a very popular choice with consumers. Admittedly, their sleek, smart, and exceptionally functional design clearly plays a big role in that, but given ...

4 days ago

Alienware Launches its First AMD-Based Laptop

Despite the relatively rocky start with the first-generation Ryzen laptop processors, everything that has come out since has been, quite frankly, more than a little impressive. While AMD admittedly still has a long way to go ...

4 days ago

AMD 6800 XT Midnight Black Edition Gets Sold Out in Seconds!

Following confirmation earlier this week, AMD launched their 'new' Radeon 6800 XT Midnight Black Edition graphics card. And, given that this was a new GPU, consumers were clearly more than a little interested to not only check it ...

4 days ago

Deadly Premonition 2 Might be Heading to PC!

The original Deadly Premonition is something of a cult classic among gamers. Not, incidentally, because it's a fantastic title. In fact, quite the contrary. Put simply, it's one of those somewhat rare games that are deemed to be ...

4 days ago

Micron Adds to Warnings that RAM Will Get More Expensive!

As you are no doubt aware, the general cost of PC hardware has seen quite a significant rise since the end of the last year and, at the moment, shows very little sign of abating any time soon. While the price of RAM has ...

4 days ago

Thermaltake 300 TG Snow ARGB Case Review

Thermaltake has one of the broadest ranges of PC cases on the market, with something for every budget, size, and style. However, they've decided to broaden their range even further with the new 300 TG, which takes one of their ...

5 days ago

Creative SXFI AIR Gaming Wireless Headset Announced

Creative is one of my long-time favourite tech brands. I've used their soundbars, headphones, headsets, soundcards, Bluetooth speakers, and more beyond over the last 20+ years. Even today, they're my go-to audio brand. When I ...

5 days ago

Elder Scrolls Online Event Extended and PlayStation Users Compensated

It's certainly been one of the busiest periods in the history of The Elder Scrolls Online recently. Not only did they up the level cap from CP810 to a staggering CP3600, but there have also been two double XP events back to back. ...

5 days ago

Nvidia to Revive the 1080 Ti?

Given the current low levels of stock for pretty much any graphics card at the moment, there have been many persistent rumours surrounding how to address the issue. One of the more popular over recent weeks has been Nvidia ...

5 days ago

E3 2021 Confirms All-Digital Event Dates!

It’s “Game On.” for E3, as The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) officially unveils plans for a reimagined, all-virtual E3 2021 that will engage video game fans everywhere. With early commitments from Nintendo, Xbox, ...

5 days ago


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