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Daddy's got a brand new ride
Man, I cannot wait to get started on my next build. Nearly all the necessary components are already laid out on my workbench. Some were...
Six screens, one desk
When I sit down at my desk in the Benchmarking Sweatshop, it feels like maybe I could tap into the Matrix. I've slowly added...
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....
The pool wants you!
As Chicago said back in 1970, does anybody really know what time it is?...
An upgrade tale 2: upgrade harder
So, almost three years had passed since my last major system upgrade—downright shameful negligence for someone in this line of work, clearly. I won't...
HP's LP2475w monitor: IPS at a bargain price
Those who follow my blog may have some idea of the trouble I've encountered trying to replace my aging (and dimming) 20.1" Viewsonic VX2025wm with...
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...
|Silverstone's Strider Titanium PSUs are ready for a high-power future||10|
|VR180 video bridges the gap between YouTube and VR||0|
|Steam 2017 Summer Sale, part deux||13|
|Deals of the week: Z270 mobos, spinning storage, and more||4|
|G.Skill readies up for X299 with quad-channel DDR4 at 4200 MT/s||15|
|Asus' VivoBook S510 is an ultrabook for the budget crowd||14|
|Windows Insider Build 16226 gives users a look at GPU utilization||22|
|Steam's 2017 Summer Sale is downright hot||46|
|Asus XG-C100C NIC breaks the gigabit barrier||34|