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A case for better keyboards
PC enthusiasts have a tendency to focus their attention on what's inside the box. Indeed, we're guilty of that here at TR. Most...
A eulogy for my last good Logitech mouse
Why, oh, why does this happen to me? Why must my privileged, middle-class lifestyle be marred by microswitch failures? Once, just once, I wish I...
A compact, fast, and quiet PC for the kitchen
If you've read our summer system guide, you might enjoy hearing the story of how our very cool Pocket Swiss Army Knife config came...
In search of Bluetooth input for a couch gaming system
Although my Xbox 360 has seen plenty of action over the last year, my gaming PC has sat largely unused. That's not so much...
Bluetooth just became a lot less important in laptops
I was out at the store yesterday and saw this puppy. Bought one on the spot. It's...
Talkin' CES on the OCF Podcast
I've made an appearance on the latest episode of the OCF Podcast. This time, we talk at some length about the developments in PC...
Have fun, win prizes
While at Newegg's LANFest 2K7 a couple weeks ago, I took note of several contests and promotions targeting gamers and PC geeks. I don't...
|Bargain basement: a Ryzen 7 2700 for $220 and much, much more||27|
|Intel's Graphics Command Center will take you on an Odyssey||21|
|National French Bread Day Shortbread||63|
|GeForce driver version 419.67 is the first to be Creator Ready||4|
|Noctua's original CPU cooler is reborn as the NH-U12A||31|
|Bargain basement: an Intel 660p 2 TB NVMe drive for $200 and much more||51|
|National Poultry Day Shortbread||26|
|Nvidia unveils $99 Jetson Nano single-board computer||43|
|Microsoft standardizes variable-rate shading as a part of DirectX 12||45|
|The announcement sparked a thread in the forums, and the importance of supporting independent review sites like TR quickly surfaced. I was able to off...||+23|