You know the drill. We get tipped off about a decent number of product launches every week, and they don't all make it into our regular coverage. The release roundup is where we feature the outcasts.
This week, we've got news from G.Skill, Silicon Power, and Zotac.
I hope the E2-1800 fares as well in Linux as the Sandy Bridge processor and GeForce GT 610 graphics from the ID42 Plus. I was pleasantly surprised to see how well that machine handled Ubuntu Linux.
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|The Tech Report attends Silicon Valley Virtual Reality 2016||2|
|Antec's P9 Window is a mid-tower case with a view||1|
|Nvidia 365.10 drivers are Game Ready for MOBAs and Forza Apex||7|
|Intel cancels Broxton and SoFIA smartphone SoCs||13|
|PC Perspective pokes and prods the Radeon Pro Duo||82|
|Microsoft finalizes closing of Lionhead Studios||18|
|AMD completes spin-off of its assembly and test operations||31|
|Here are the winners of our Macrium Data Disasters contest||15|
|Deals of the week: Asus' MG278Q display for $400 and more||25|
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