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How Windows 8 scaling fails on high-PPI displays
We've taken Windows 8 for a spin on Asus' new Zenbook Prime in order to get a feel for the new OS's PPI scaling...
Windows 7: A desktop user's take
Does Windows 7 really live up to the hype? Is it a worthwhile upgrade over Vista and XP for desktop users and enthusiasts? We took...
Toward a more rational backup strategy
Like many of us, my history of backup management is shameful, littered with poorly labeled DVD-Rs, manual file copies, and a minimum of forethought. ...
Windows Vista Service Pack 1: A performance check
How does Service Pack 1 affect Windows Vista's day-to-day performance in common desktop applications and games? We've run a host of benchmarks in order to...
Windows Vista's new spin on licensing
WE'VE HEARD ALL MANNER of tinfoil hattery about Windows Vista's schemes for copy protection,...
Microsoft WinHEC 2005
TR's Windows performance comparison
Let's face it, Windows XP, Microsoft's latest operating system, comes with a lot of...
|LG UltraFine 4K and 5K displays are the new Apple monitors||28|
|Cuplex Kryos Next water block is heaven for control freaks||4|
|OWC Ministack places up to 6TB of storage atop Mac Minis||4|
|Gigabyte lets loose a flurry of BIOS updates with Kaby Lake support||1|
|Deals of the week: a GTX 1080, photography gear, and more||5|
|Geil Evo X memory kits with RGB LED lighting are now available||15|
|GeForce 375.70 drivers gear up for a raft of triple-A titles||4|
|AMD announces Radeon Pro drivers with scheduled releases||6|
|We're giving away our Aimpad R5 review unit||22|
|Absolutely. GCN is pretty much GCN, so the math backs this up: R9 290X = 1GHz x 2816 GCN CUs = 2816 CUGHz (pronounced "cougar hertz") RX 480 = 1.27GHz...||+45|