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Welcome to the Benchmarking Sweatshop
For years, I've been meaning to do a blog post about the Benchmarking Sweatshop. Thing is, every time there's an opening in my schedule, my...
How TR gets (some of) its squeaky-clean product photos
If you follow our intrepid Editor in Chief on Twitter, you might have read his tweets about a little misattribution mishap a couple of months...
A look at TR's new GPU test rigs
As I mentioned on the podcast this week, I have been working to re-fit Damage Labs with new hardware all around....
Let there be light!
It all started a few weeks ago when I sent a picture over to Jordan, our resident podcast guru, showing off the light box I...
Who needs a proper photo studio?
After finally receiving one of Apple's new aluminum MacBooks last week, I've been doing some testing and working on my review of the machine....
The great PSU fan swap of 2008
Seasonic power supplies are great. Whether they're units the Taiwanese PSU manufacturer sells under its own name or those it makes for other firms (like...
Introducing TR image galleries
We've just added a new feature to the site: image galleries, represented by the film-strip interface you can see at the bottom of this post. ...
|Clash of the terabyte titans: Crucial M500 960GB vs. Samsung 840 EVO 1TB||17|
|DayZ, Overgrowth land on Steam Early Access||0|
|Wednesday Night Shortbread||9|
|Catalyst 13.12 drivers have latest features, WHQL certification||19|
|PowerColor intros liquid-cooled Radeon R9 290X||40|
|LG is making a desktop Chromebook||37|
|MetaPro glasses augment reality for $3000||24|
|Microsoft to name new CEO in 'early part of 2014'||57|
|Spire's new microATX case costs $55, comes with a 420W PSU||34|
|In other words, AMD's driver developer is taking some time off for the holiday season. Can't expect that guy to work 365 days a year.||+29|