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The best gaming monitor 2017: the top gaming screens of the year

Without the proper opticals, a video game is just a game. So, without one of the best gaming monitors, you can’t expect to experience PC games the way they were intended. That said, not every display works well with every system. While some monitors are 1080p, 60Hz and ready for mid-range parts, high-end enthusiasts will crave more pixels and frames ... Read More »

Best processors 2017: top CPUs for your PC

The competition is now heated once again in the space inhabited by the best processors. Previously thought to reign indisputably as our newfound champion, AMD Ryzen is now rivaled by Intel’s 8th-generation Coffee Lake CPUs, which now sport more cores and threads than their 7th-generation Kaby Lake equivalents. As the race to make the best processors continues to run rampant, ... Read More »

Best processors 2017: top CPUs for your PC

The competition is now heated once again in the space inhabited by the best processors. Previously thought to reign indisputably as our newfound champion, AMD Ryzen is now rivaled by Intel’s 8th-generation Coffee Lake CPUs, which now sport more cores and threads than their 7th-generation Kaby Lake equivalents. As the race to make the best processors continues to run rampant, ... Read More »

Best processors 2017: top CPUs for your PC

The competition is now heated once again in the space inhabited by the best processors. Previously thought to reign indisputably as our newfound champion, AMD Ryzen is now rivaled by Intel’s 8th-generation Coffee Lake CPUs, which now sport more cores and threads than their 7th-generation Kaby Lake equivalents. As the race to make the best processors continues to run rampant, ... Read More »

Amazon Great Indian Festival 2017: Best deals on Hard disks, Pen drives and more

Looking for a new storage option? Does your data consumption lead you to buy a lot of storage devices? Fret not. Amazon’s Great Indian Festival is here and with it come some really mouth-water deals and offers on storage devices. There are some highly discounted products on sale across Hard drives, Pen drives and memory cards to choose from during ... Read More »

The best monitor deals in October 2017

Update: These monitor deals have been verified for the month of October, so save away! Even in a computing scene turning down desktops more and more for laptops and 2-in-1 laptops, nothing beats owning a large, crisp display. Whether you’re watching a film or working on a massive project, we all need that additional bit of screen real estate that ... Read More »

The best monitor deals in October 2017

Update: These monitor deals have been verified for the month of October, so save away! Even in a computing scene turning down desktops more and more for laptops and 2-in-1 laptops, nothing beats owning a large, crisp display. Whether you’re watching a film or working on a massive project, we all need that additional bit of screen real estate that ... Read More »

Nvidia’s new drivers mean GeForce graphics cards work with macOS High Sierra

Nvidia has just released new drivers for its PCIe graphics cards to ensure compatibility with the latest version of macOS 10.13, known as High Sierra. Driver version 378.10.10.10.15.114 introduces a raft of performance tweaks and bug fixes, along with compatibility for Pascal-based (i.e. Nvidia’s latest) GeForce and Quadro GPUs in the current version of High Sierra. This means that those ... Read More »

Intel’s 18-core processor peaks above 6.1GHz with liquid nitrogen cooling

Intel’s new monster Core i9 processors boasting 18-cores and 16-cores have just gone on sale, and Asus has set some blistering new records overclocking these CPUs with its ROG Rampage VI Apex motherboard. Using the Core i9-7980XE 18-core processor (with a base clock of 2.6GHz, Turbo to 4.2GHz) cooled with liquid nitrogen to around -100°C, expert ROG overclocker ‘der8auer’ managed ... Read More »

AMD’s Radeon RX Vega now only supports two graphics cards for multi-GPU setups

AMD has confirmed that its new Radeon RX Vega graphics cards won’t support any more than two cards in a multi-GPU (previously known as CrossFire) configuration, ruling out the possibility of three- or four-way setups when it comes to gaming. You will, however, still be able to link up the power of three or four cards when it comes to ... Read More »

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