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PC hardware enthusiasm.. miniaturized?
I've been into building PCs for many years now, but before that, I was never a particularly handy or mechanically inclined type of guy. ...
Hit by the Red Ring of Death
After more than a year and a half of hosting epic table tennis battles and endless laps around the Nurburgring, my Xbox 360 finally succumbed...
Confessions of a console convert
I've been a PC gamer for as long as I can remember. Those memories begin with "LOAD *.*,8,1" on a Commodore 64 in elementary...
Wheeling my way around a 360
They say that the only difference between men and boys is the price of their toys, and that sounds about right to me. You see,...
Sony owes me $14,000
I've been spending an increasing amount of time playing console games recently, so I've been watching Sony's PlayStation 3 launch with rather keen interest. And...
Gripped by Gears of War
I've been playing shooters since Wolfenstein 3D, so I've pretty much seen everything the genre has had to offer over the years. Sadly, the...
Details of ATI's Xbox 360 GPU unveiled
WITH MICROSOFT'S OFFICIAL announcement of the next-generation Xbox 360 console this week, ATI...
|The TR BBQ XV proves that less can be more||2|
|KnewKey's Rymek retro mechanical keyboard reviewed||5|
|Apple admits butterfly keyboard problems and promises free repairs||26|
|Micron announces mass production of GDDR6 RAM||21|
|The TR BBQ XV is tomorrow, and Corsair hooked us up!||17|
|Valve lets developers play with force-sensitive Knuckles VR 2.0 controllers||3|
|Report: TSMC CEO says 7-nm production is ramping up||66|
|Flip Grip takes vertical Switch gaming on the go||4|
|Alphacool Eissturm kits take the guesswork out of open-loop liquid-cooling||10|
|And to think, 10 years ago to the day, AMD launched the HD 4870, the first consumer product to use GDDR5.||+19|