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New StarTech KVM switch has native DisplayPort
With many newer monitors and graphics cards flaunting DisplayPort connections, it's about time keyboard-video-mouse (KVM) switches got in line, too. StarTech now claims to be...
NZXT launches touch-screen fan controller
Who needs dials and switches when you can have a cool touch-screen instead? That's probably what the folks at NZXT were thinking when they came...
Saturday science subject: Seeing a black hole
Einstein's general theory of relativity predicts the existence of black holes, but nobody's ever actually seen one. As New Scientist reports, however, a team led...
New Asetek LCLC liquid cooler supports the Core i7
What's better than blowing your savings on a top-of-the-line PC? Blowing your savings on a top-of-the-line PC that has fancy liquid cooling, of course. Asetek...
NZXT intros gaming case with six fans, E-ATX support
PC gamers often stick with bigger brands like Antec and Cooler Master for their enclosure needs, but some folks may be enticed by a new...
OCZ touts bigger, meaner Vendetta processor cooler
Aside from memory products, power supplies, and brain-control thingies, OCZ also dabbles in cooling hardware. The company has made another stride in that...
|A technology overview of the Aimpad R5 analog keyboard||6|
|Microsoft helps hardware companies make VR more affordable||9|
|Intel P3100 M.2 SSD has datacenters in mind||7|
|Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard merges comfort and style||26|
|Surface Studio puts the iMac on notice||71|
|Microsoft Surface Book i7 packs a bigger punch and more batteries||44|
|G.Skill KM570 MX keyboard goes back to the basics||5|
|Intel's Purley server platform won't use 3D XPoint memory||5|
|In the lab: EVGA's GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Superclocked graphics card||42|
|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...||+32|