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As AMD struggles, Intel chip prices stagnate
— 11:47 PM on October 2, 2012

We've crunched three years of historical pricing data and made some interesting discoveries about the current state of the x86 processor market. Come take...

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs

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The TR Podcast 120: Borderlands 2, iOS 6, and the problem with staged releases
— 12:04 AM on October 1, 2012

In this episode of the TR Podcast, we rave about Borderlands 2, rant about iOS 6, and discuss our stance on AMD's new information...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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How Windows 8 scaling fails on high-PPI displays
— 11:08 AM on September 26, 2012

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...

Type: Feature article Tags: Displays Mobile computing Windows

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Asus' Zenbook Prime UX31A
— 8:23 PM on September 17, 2012

This Ivy Bridge-toting ultrabook from Asus has something most other laptops can only dream of: a 13" IPS display with a 1080p resolution. Is...

Type: Feature article Tags: Mobile computing

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The TR Podcast 119: GTX 660, Haswell, Sleeping Dogs and iPhone 5
— 12:01 AM on September 17, 2012

This time on the TR Podcast, we've got the lowdown on the latest hardware, both new and upcoming, from AMD, Intel, and Nvidia. That's...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Review: Nvidia's GeForce GTX 660 graphics card
— 8:00 AM on September 13, 2012

The new GK106 GPU makes its debut in Nvidia's $230 GeForce GTX 660 graphics card. We see how it stacks up against mid-range...

Type: Feature article Tags: Graphics

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The TR Podcast 118: CPUs inside the second, and steamrolling the Forcepad
— 1:36 AM on September 3, 2012

In this episode of the TR Podcast, our panel weighs in on the Apple v. Samsung decision, examines AMD's Steamroller architecture, and much more.

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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A few weeks with Samsung's Galaxy S III smartphone
— 10:20 AM on August 30, 2012

Samsung's Galaxy S III is the hottest Android handset on the market right now. We spent a few weeks with one to see...

Type: Feature article Tags: Mobile computing Personal tech

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AMD CTO reveals first Steamroller details
— 3:30 PM on August 28, 2012

AMD is slowly but surely revising its next-gen CPU microarchitecture in order to realize its potential. The upcoming core code-named Steamroller looks to...

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs

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Inside the second: Gaming performance with today's CPUs
— 4:16 PM on August 23, 2012

We bring our signature latency-focused game testing methods to bear on the latest crop of desktop CPUs. In the process, we learn a some...

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs Gaming

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Hands-on with Synaptics' next-generation mobile input devices
— 8:00 AM on August 20, 2012

Synaptics' next-gen mobile input devices include a pressure-sensitive touchpad, a lower-latency touchscreen, and an ultra-thin keyboard with secret switch technology. We go hands-on to...

Type: Feature article Tags: Input devices

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The TR Podcast 117: Clicky keys, sultry sound and sweet-spot graphics
— 6:46 PM on August 19, 2012

Join us for a review-packed episode in which we cover the spectrum of sound, graphics, clicky-ness, and all-in-one....ness. Plus, listener mail!

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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TR's back-to-school 2012 system guide
— 6:23 PM on August 16, 2012

We've updated our famous system guide to account for some of the latest hardware releases, including Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 660 Ti. In the...

Type: Feature article Tags: Systems

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Nvidia's GeForce GTX 660 Ti graphics card reviewed
— 8:00 AM on August 16, 2012

Nvidia has taken the GeForce GTX 680, shaved off a couple of Xbox 360s worth of performance, and slashed the price to $299. Don't worry,...

Type: Feature article Tags: Graphics

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Rosewill's RK-9000-series mechanical keyboards reviewed
— 10:45 PM on August 13, 2012

Rosewill, Newegg's innocuous house brand, caters to mechanical keyboard enthusiasts with four nearly identical specimens priced in the $100-110 range. Each one has a different...

Type: Feature article Tags: Input devices

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Asus' budget Xonar DGX and DSX sound cards reviewed
— 8:56 PM on August 8, 2012

Asus' Xonar DGX and DSX cost less than $50, making them tempting upgrades for folks seeking better sound. Both cards have PCI Express interfaces,...

Type: Feature article Tags: Multimedia

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Hands on with Intel's open all-in-one platform
— 9:56 AM on August 7, 2012

Today, we're going to be spending some quality time with an all-in-one PC based on Intel's Thin Mini-ITX standard. The individual parts are all available...

Type: Feature article Tags: Systems

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A quick look at Corsair's Professional Series AX1200i digital power supply
— 11:50 AM on August 6, 2012

Corsair's new Professional Series AX1200i uses digital circuitry to convert AC to DC power. We take a quick look at the PSU and the...

Type: Feature article Tags: Power Software

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