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The Full Nerd ep. 51: GeForce Partner Program dies, G-Sync HDR lives, and leaked CPU roadmaps

In this episode of the Full Nerd, Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Alaina Yee, and Adam Patrick Murray talk about dead programs and hardware that’s coming to life. On tap: Nvidia’s GeForce Partner Program is dead. Nvidia’s G-Sync HDR monitors are almost here, and the Acer Predator X27 is glorious. (Check it out in the video at the bottom of this page.) Leaked roadmaps show ... Read More »

Corsair’s Obsidian 1000D case is a luxurious dual-system monster with room for 18 fans

Most of PC history has been a race to miniaturize everything, but I’ll admit I’m fonder of stupidly oversized machines. I run a full tower at home for absolutely no reason. Sure, it’s roomy and the airflow is great, but really I just like how damn big it is. And now I find myself eyeing Corsair’s newly announced super tower ... Read More »

Pay What You Want For This Must-Have Collection of PC Utilities

Our DealPost commerce team presents the best deals on products and services from online retailers and our partners. Read More »

Pay What You Want For This Must-Have Collection of PC Utilities

Our DealPost commerce team presents the best deals on products and services from online retailers and our partners. Read More »

Get an LG 29-inch Ultrawide FreeSync monitor for under $200 with this code

You know what’s better than a 29-inch UltraWide FreeSync display? A 29-inch UltraWide FreeSync display for less than $200. BH has such a deal right now. You can get the LG 29UM68-P for $180 when you use the discount code MOMDAY18 at checkout. It’s not clear when this deal will end, although sometime around Mother’s Day is a good bet. ... Read More »

Samsung 970 Pro and 970 EVO NVMe SSDs launch at much lower prices than announced

On Monday, Samsung’s latest SSDs hit store shelves, and they’re great ones. The Samsung 970 Pro is the fastest NVMe ever, full stop, and the Samsung 970 EVO challenges the WD Black 3D for the ‘best budget NVMe SSD’ crown. Reviews of the drives published weeks ago, but Samsung still pulled off a surprise for the launch: Both drives launched at ... Read More »

Nvidia kills controversial GeForce Partner Program due to ‘conjecture and mistruths’

After weeks of rumors and a counterattack by AMD’s Radeon, Nvidia is ending its mysterious, controversial GeForce Partner Program. “A lot has been said recently about our GeForce Partner Program,” Nvidia’s John Teeple wrote. “The rumors, conjecture and mistruths go far beyond its intent. Rather than battling misinformation, we have decided to cancel the program.” So what is the GeForce ... Read More »

PCWorld’s May Digital Magazine: Intel’s 6-core Core i9 comes to laptops

Stay on top of the latest tech with PCWorld’s Digital Magazine. Available as single copies or as a monthly subscription, it highlights the best content from—the most important news, the key product reviews, and the most useful features and how-to stories—in a curated Digital Magazine for Android and iOS, as well for the desktop and other tablet readers. In ... Read More »

Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet is just $500 right now at Office Depot, a 50% discount

Microsoft’s latest Surface Pro hit store shelves last June, and with Intel’s 8th generation chips available a refresh might (I said might) be in the works. If there is, it would explain why Office Depot Office Max has such a smoking hot deal today. The 2017 Surface Pro is just $500 right now with 4GB of RAM, 128GB onboard storage, and ... Read More »

Intel kills Kaby Lake-X, the bizarre enthusiast CPUs that nobody wanted

Intel’s Kaby Lake-X chips were a headscratcher from the start. Launched alongside the massively multi-core Skylake-X processors last summer, the quad-core chips didn’t offer any noticeable advantages over standard Kaby Lake chips beyond a very slight speed bump. Yet they required pricey X299 motherboards that cost significantly more than mainstream hardware—then failed to take advantage of the key platform advantages ... Read More »

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