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Asus preps new PCIe, USB, and integrated audio solutions
All has been quiet on the Xonar front, but that's set to change early this year. Asus is prepping a couple of new audio...
Psyko Audio Labs reveals new surround-sound headsets
About a year ago, we got our first taste of Psyko Audio's unique 5.1-channel PC gaming headset. Rather than using signal processing to...
Antec plans to get into the audio business
Enthusiasts may associate the Antec name with power supplies, enclosures, fans, and those neat noise-dampening panels on P-series cases. But high-end computer speaker setups? Believe...
Asus CES booth tour covers notebooks, nettops, speakers, mobos, and more
Visiting Asus' booth at a trade show is always an experience. The company makes, well, just about everything. At the Consumer Electronics Show,...
Asus unveils HDMI-equipped Xonar HDAV1.3 sound cards
In a radical departure from its wave of Eee PC-related releases, Asus has just announced a new addition to its line of Xonar sound cards....
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|Intel 15.60 IGP drivers are sitting pretty for Okami HD||3|
|TR's 2017 Christmas giveaway: goodies from MSI, Antec, and OCZ||19|
|VESA DisplayHDR attempts to demystify HDR-capable monitors||21|
|BenQ EW277HDR brings HDR10 in reach of mere mortals||5|
|Intel Pentium Gold chips now have Silver siblings||45|
|Acer ProDesigner PE320QK is big on size and color accuracy||2|
|Thermaltake's Nemesis Switch has enough buttons for all your macros||17|
|Zotac Gaming MEK1 PCs have the requisite pieces of flair||9|
|I liked it better when they called these chips "Atom". It was a more clear distinction. "Pentium Gold" is Kaby Lake. "Pentium Silver" is Gemini Lake (...||+16|