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Gigabyte's Open Overclocking Championship 2009
What happens when more than a dozen competitive overclockers converge on a mass of high-end hardware and free-flowing liquid nitrogen? We attended the North American...
ABS's M1 mechanical keyboard
Here's an unusual concept: a mechanical gaming keyboard with non-clicky key switches. Can such a device create a smooth typing experience, and is it...
Metadot's Das Keyboard Professional
Is Metadot's Das Keyboard Professional really worth the $130 price tag, and can it compete with the classic IBM Model M? Clicky keyboard purists want...
A tour of a Gigabyte factory
What better way to understand how a motherboard is created than seeing it for yourself? Read on as we tour Gigabyte's Nan-Ping production...
Gigabyte's Open Overclocking Championship 2008
23 teams representing 20 countries duked it out for glory at Gigabyte's Open Overclocking Championship. Liquid nitrogen flowed freely and world records were broken during...
Thermaltake's A2413 7-inch LCD
Thermaltake's A2413 7" LCD display packs a touch-sensitive screen into a motorized drive bay that looks perfect for car PCs and enterprising modders. We
OCZ's Neural Impulse Actuator
Like flying cars, thought-based control schemes have been a staple of sci-fi movies for decades. OCZ has embraced the concept with its Neural Impulse Actuator,...
|Rumor: Mysterious slide lists full Intel Core i9 specifications||8|
|Deals of the week: a ton of mobos, peripherals, and audio gear||0|
|Rosewill Neon peripherals shine upon the world||2|
|HTC readies up the Vive Standalone headset in China||1|
|Intel enjoyed strong growth in nearly all of its businesses in Q2||23|
|AMD's Wraith Max CPU cooler is now available in stores||14|
|Take your Pants for a Walk Day Shortbread||23|
|Toshiba puts 64-layer flash to work in the TR200 SSDs||3|
|Threadripper CPUs sneak into pre-built PC listings||28|
|edit: i'm not funny||+46|