Things were a little slow last week because of the holiday, but they definitely picked up this week. We covered plenty of releases in our regular news posts, and we still have leftover news from BitFenix, Gigabyte, Razer, Rosewill, and Silicon Power.
Given the propensity of enthusiast hardware to be more power-efficient these days, I think you'd have to struggle to put together even a top-of-the-line gaming rig with power draw anywhere close to a kilowatt and a half. Still, having the headroom available is probably nice, if you're intent on packing your PC with graphics cards and ridiculous quantities of hard drives.
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|AMD adds refresh-rate ranges to its FreeSync monitor page||5|
|Rumor: Early Broadwell-E benches hint at solid performance gains||35|
|HP refreshes Pavilion consumer PC lineup||5|
|Nvidia teases Pascal GeForces amid GTX 1000-series rumors||42|
|Philips' new 43-inch monitor might make native 4K practical||53|
|Alleged Kaby Lake CPU shows its face in SiSoft Sandra database||27|
|Dell will become Dell Technologies after its EMC buyout||6|
|Nvidia and Samsung settle long-running patent litigation||16|
|Oculus Rift demos go on the road starting May 7||13|
|Is this a review of a review?||+24|