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Steam for Linux bug deletes your data
— 2:00 PM on January 16, 2015

Valve is working hard to make Linux a better gaming platform, and for the most part, the company's effort is paying off. However, a newly...

Type: News story Tags: Gaming Linux-Unix

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Deal of the week: An unlocked FX quad for $90, Bay Trail convertible for $230, and more
— 11:13 AM on January 16, 2015

This week's deals post is brought to you by the letter A, because it fits with our first item—and because I've run out of other...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Storage Memory Mobile computing

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Xbox chief further teases Windows 10 announcement
— 6:00 AM on January 16, 2015

We already know that, next Wednesday, Xbox chief Phil Spencer will talk about PC gaming at Microsoft's Windows 10 consumer event. The details of...

Type: News story Tags: Gaming Game consoles Windows

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Rockstar delays GTAV PC again, posts hardware requirements
— 2:08 PM on January 13, 2015

Once upon a time, the remastered edition of GTAV was scheduled for a cross-platform release on November 18. The PS4 and Xbone got the game...

Type: News story Tags: Gaming

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The Witcher 3 specs call for 6GB of RAM, quad-core CPUs
— 6:00 AM on January 13, 2015

Add another game to the growing list of titles with steep RAM requirements. Like Watch Dogs, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Graphics Memory Gaming

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Evolve PC will put beefy gaming rigs to use
— 2:14 PM on January 12, 2015

Remember Evolve? Developed by Turtle Rock Studios, the folks behind the original Left 4 Dead, this sci-fi multiplayer shooter features asymmetrical gameplay reminiscent of...

Type: News story Tags: Gaming

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We got owned in a two-watt Quake III deathmatch
— 1:14 PM on January 9, 2015

Of all Scott's dispatches from the Consumer Electronics Show this week, the one from Imagination Technologies is the most unusual. Our editor on the ground...

Type: News story Tags: Systems Gaming

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Here's 240-FPS footage of AMD's FreeSync tech—and some new info
— 12:11 PM on January 9, 2015

We've been hearing about FreeSync, AMD's answer to Nvidia's G-Sync variable refresh display tech, for just over a year now. This week at CES,...

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Displays Gaming

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Deal of the week: A 1080p IPS monitor for $100 and 802.11n Wi-Fi router for $5
— 10:41 AM on January 9, 2015

We interrupt this week's deluge of CES stories for a look at some of the best PC hardware deals available right now. IPS monitors typically carry...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Displays Networking

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OCZ's new SSD controller has four Gen3 lanes, NVMe support
— 9:21 AM on January 9, 2015

Add another SSD—and a new controller—to the growing list of PCIe units with support for the NVMe...

Type: News story Tags: Storage

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Rat Pro gaming mouse has swappable sensor, analog side scrolling
— 6:12 PM on January 8, 2015

The Rat 7 is the most customizable mouse I've ever used, and it's been my daily driver for more than four year. I love...

Type: News story Tags: Input devices Gaming

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Phison controller teams up with MLC NAND for Mushkin Striker SSD
— 11:04 AM on January 8, 2015

PCI Express SSDs may be grabbing most of the headlines, but there are still plenty of new SATA drives at the Consumer Electronics Show this...

Type: News story Tags: Storage

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Plextor's next PCIe SSDs come in x4, Black Edition flavors
— 8:13 PM on January 7, 2015

Plextor was one of the first SSD makers to offer a consumer-grade PCIe drive with an M.2 interface, so it's no surprise that the company...

Type: News story Tags: Storage

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Adata puts Type-C connector on tiny USB stick, speedy RAID drive
— 11:54 AM on January 7, 2015

The USB 3.1 specification includes not only a reversible Type-C connector, but also support for faster transfer rates up to 10Gbps. At CES this week,...

Type: News story Tags: Storage

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Adata's SandForce-powered PCIe SSD spotted at CES
— 11:08 AM on January 7, 2015

Several PCI Express SSDs are on display at CES this week, including an Adata drive powered by the SandForce "Griffin" controller, otherwise known as the...

Type: News story Tags: Storage

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Corsair's Neutron Series XT SSD priced at $0.56/GB
— 10:21 AM on January 7, 2015

Remember the Corsair Neutron Series XT SSD we tested in November? The 2.5" SATA drive pairs an eight-channel Phison controller with Toshiba A19 MLC...

Type: News story Tags: Storage

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MSI notebook docks with desktop graphics module
— 10:01 AM on January 7, 2015

MSI has a history of demoing external notebook graphics at the Consumer Electronics Show. The firm has a new solution on display this year,...

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Mobile computing Gaming

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Samsung starts mass-producing PCIe 3.0 SSD
— 5:52 PM on January 6, 2015

Remember the mini NVM Express drive Samsung teased during its SSD Global Summit last summer? Well, the SM951 is now in mass production—and it's...

Type: News story Tags: Storage

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