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Tag Archives: Gaming PC

  • Could The Next Valve Announcement Be The Steam Control Pad?

    Posted on September 26, 2013 by Sean

    Some of you might not remember but early last year a patent application was posted online for a control pad. The named party was Valve.
    On top of that we saw the following photo, taken from an office where former Valve employee and Electrical Engineer Jeri Ellsworth was working.

    The photo shows what looks like a prototype [...]

    This post was posted in Latest News and was tagged with Gaming PC, Steam, Steam Box, Valve, Vibox

  • Are AMD Set To Knock Nvidia's GTX Titan Off The Top Spot?

    Posted on September 23, 2013 by Sean

    Leaked images suggest AMD's new flagship GPU will be powerful enough to knock Nvidias behemoth GTX Titan off the top spot as the worlds fastest single GPU graphics card.
    The images show the GPU will purportedly have a 512-bit Memory Bus, 320GB/S Bandwidth and 4GB of GDDR5 RAM. Certainly, on paper, enough to knock the Titan [...]

    This post was posted in Graphics Cards and was tagged with AMD, Crossfire, Gaming PC, GPU, GTX, Hawaii, Nvidia, Sli, Titan

  • AMD Update Their Never Settle Games Package With Gold, Silver and Bronze Tiers

    Posted on August 14, 2013 by Sean

    It looks like AMD are changing the way their amazing Never Settle deal works by introducing a new three tiered structure. The Bronze, Silver and Gold levels offer customers a choice of one, two or three games from the “Never Settle Forever” selection of games, depending on which graphics card you purchase from their range.
    The [...]

    This post was posted in Computers and was tagged with AMD, Gamer, Gaming PC, Never Settle, Radeon

  • AMD A10-6800K APU Crossfired With XFX HD7750

    Posted on June 20, 2013 by Sean

    There has been a lot of talk recently about AMD's new A10-6800K Richland based APU processor. The hot topic at the moment is what graphics cards the APU will crossfire with.
    I have observed various posts on online forums claiming the APU works fine with the Radeon HD7750 and many people disagreeing. I would just like [...]

    This post was posted in Graphics Cards, Latest News, Latest Reviews, Processors and was tagged with 6800K, 7750, A10, Archon, Crossfire, Gaming PC, Richland

  • ASUS Reveals New Z87 Motherboards - Gold Heatsink Design

    Posted on May 17, 2013 by Sean

    After a fair few teasers over the last month, ASUS have finally revealed their new range of motherboards, based on Intel’s Z87 chipset.
    ASUS have long been associated with their blue PCB and heatsink designs, and it wasn’t until the release of the red and black ROG Gaming PC series motherboards that things started to change [...]

    This post was posted in Motherboards and was tagged with ASUS, Gaming PC, Haswell, Motherboard, Z87

  • New GTA V Screenshots - A Glimpse Of Things To Come

    Posted on May 9, 2013 by Sean

    We already know that Rockstar's much anticipated release, Grand Theft Auto 5's map is the biggest yet, but these screenshots really add perspective to things. Here are a few of the latest action screenshots to get your juices flowing.

    We will be updating our range of Gaming PC's to coincide with the release of GTA V [...]

    This post was posted in Games and was tagged with Gaming PC, Grand Theft Auto, GTA V, Rockstar

  • World of Warcraft Loses 1.3 Million Subscribers

    Posted on May 9, 2013 by Sean

    The record breaking MMORPG World of Warcraft is starting to show signs that it's reign at the top of the MMO charts may finally be coming to an end.

    Activision has recently confirmed that the game has lost 1.3 million subscribers, bringing the overall number down to a still respectable 8.3 million. The majority of subscribers [...]

    This post was posted in Games and was tagged with Blizzard, Gaming PC, Warcraft, WoW

  • Funny Game Cutscenes - The Best And Worst

    Posted on May 9, 2013 by Sean

    They don't make them like they used to, do they? If, like me, you used to play the bejesus out of those Official Playstation Magazine demo disks back in the early 00's then listen up. A lot of those games you never actually bought the full copy of, so they aren't firmly embedded in your memory. Now [...]

    This post was posted in Games and was tagged with Gaming PC, Playstation, PSX, Retro

  • Sony Adds Indie Developer Category To PlayStation Store

    Posted on May 9, 2013 by Sean

    With the huge success of Steams Greenlight service, it comes as no surprise that Sony have jumped on the Indie Developer bandwagon, by adding an Indie Game Category to the PlayStation Store. This bold move almost guarantees a constant stream of fresh, wonderful content to keep everyone occupied.
    I’m sure you’ll agree, Indie developers deserve their [...]

    This post was posted in Latest News and was tagged with Gaming PC, Playstation, PS4, Sony

  • Intel i7-4770K Overclocked To 8GHz

    Posted on May 7, 2013 by Sean

    Anyone who’s into overclocking and system tweaking, brace yourself.
    A video has been uploaded to Youtube which appears to show the new i7-4770K overclocked to a staggering 8GHz. In theory, the processor shouldn't be able to go this high, due to restrictions with the multiplier and base clock, however we already know that Intel have redesigned certain key [...]

    This post was posted in Processors and was tagged with 4770k, Gaming PC, I7, Intel, Overclock

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