Weekend Shortbread

— 12:34 PM on March 28, 2015

Eight is Enough

  1. Guru3D: MSI's new gaming AIO PCs feature
    IPS technology, 3K and 4K displays
  2. Fudzilla: AMD Fiji has two GPUs
  3. WCCFtech: AMD may have a full Tonga GPU with 2240 stream
    processors packed in 35 CUs - might launch with R300 series
  4. VideoCardz: Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti, full chip, less RAM
  5. Red Bull: What makes the perfect gaming mouse?
  6. Android apps and Windows: The relationship takes a set forward - Neowin
  7. Tested at PCWorld: DirectX 12's potential performance leap is insane
  8. Exploring DirectX 12 at AnandTech: 3DMark API Overhead feature test


  1. Ars Technica: AT&T's plan to watch your
    web browsing
    —and what you can do about it
  2. Gamasutra: Gabe Newell shares how a flat structure helps Valve succeed
  3. VR-Zone: ASRock introduces Fatal1ty 970
    Performance AM3+ motherboard targeted at gamers
  4. The Register: And the prize for least secure browser goes to... Chrome
  5. The Sacramento Bee: UC Davis shutters
    arcade as classic video games collect dust
  6. Macworld: YouTube's experimental 4K, 60
    frames per second video will crush your computer
  7. PCPer podcast #342
  8. Newegg's Saturday deals (24 hours only)

  1. Neowin: Microsoft pushes out Surface Pro 3
    firmware update, adds enterprise features
  2. VR-Zone: Huawei details its upcoming Kirin 930 SoC
  3. Android Headlines: Lenovo K3 Note shows
    over 46,000 on the AnTuTu benchmark
  4. Neowin: Microsoft reveals next set of phones to receive Windows 10
  5. Ars Technica: Valve to offer HTC Vive Developer Edition for free
  6. AnandTech previews Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge
  7. MegaTech Reviews on Samsung Galaxy S6‏
  8. The SSD Review on 256GB Kingston Android on a
    , or how to install Android-x86 on a USB stick
  9. Ars Technica reviews Android for Work:
    Dual-personal support comes to Android
Software and gaming

  1. Linux 3.19.3
  2. Welcome to GNOME 3.16
  3. Softpedia: KDE Plasma 5.2.2 released with
    over 150 improvements, prepares for Linux
  4. SlashGear: GTA V's new PC requirements
    and a few 4K screen grabs to boot
  5. VG24/7: Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin
    upgrade path announced, system specs revealed
  6. Explosion on Mortal Kombat X: Erron Black
    looks like game's best new character
  7. iDigitalTimes: Witcher 3 mod support tools confirmed by CD
    Projekt RED CEO because "this company is run by gamers"
  8. The Verge: You can now play Super Mario 64 in your browser
Systems and storage

  1. OCC's ECS Liva X mini PC review
  2. Hardware Heaven's Gigabyte P37X laptop review
  3. HotHardware's hands-on with Lenovo's 2015 ThinkPad X1 Carbon
  4. Ocaholic pits Core i7-5960X vs. i7-4960X in gaming performance
  5. Hardware Asylum reviews Gigabyte X99 SOC Champion
  6. Hardware.Info's Intel H81 chipset motherboards card
  7. TweakTown reviews 16GB KLevv
    Urbane 2800MHz DDR3 dual-channel kit
  8. Madshrimps review 4TB Silicon Power Stream S06 USB 3.0 HDD
  9. APH Network on 240GB Patriot Blaze SSD
  10. Noewin's 120GB VisionTek USB pocket SSD review
Multimedia, case, and cooling

  1. Dissecting G-Sync and FreeSync at PCPer - How the technologies differ
  2. TweakTown tests Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X 12GB in SLI
  3. 3DMark API Overhead test at Legion Hardware:
    DX11 vs. DX12 CPU performance preview
  4. Phoronix: Nvidia's $1,000+ GeForce GTX
    Titan X delivers maximum Linux performance
  5. KitGuru reviews Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X 12GB‏
  6. Technology X reviews Ozone Neon mouse and Lepton mouse pad
  7. Benchmark Reviews on Phanteks Enthoo Evolv case
  8. NikKTech's Scythe Ashura CPU cooler review‏
  9. KitGuru's Gigabyte Waterforce review
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