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For Valve, is the Steam controller both a blessing and a curse?
As excited as we may be about Steam machines democratizing PC gaming in the living room, there's no question Valve's new platform will encounter some...
Daddy's got a brand new ride
Man, I cannot wait to get started on my next build. Nearly all the necessary components are already laid out on my workbench. Some were...
A look at TR's new GPU test rigs
As I mentioned on the podcast this week, I have been working to re-fit Damage Labs with new hardware all around....
An upgrade tale 2: upgrade harder
So, almost three years had passed since my last major system upgrade—downright shameful negligence for someone in this line of work, clearly. I won't...
|Toshiba shows off CD5, XD5, and HK6-DC SSDs and KumoScale software||0|
|Samsung PM883 SSDs and 64-GB RDIMMs are open for business||0|
|AMD says CTS Labs vulnerabilities can be patched with new firmware||18|
|The Ataribox name is dead—long live the Atari VCS||16|
|HTC Desire 12 and Desire 12+ marry mid-range specs with good looks||10|
|National Ravioli Day Shortbread||17|
|AMD casts a light on its Radeon Rays real-time ray tracing tools||1|
|Tuesday deals: cheap SSDs, a 32" 4K display, and more||10|
|GeForce 391.24 drivers are ready to plunder the Sea of Thieves||3|
|But.... AMD clearly couldn't have fixed it, so we had to announce it publicly! I hope AMD or some third party sues CTS for being so careless.||+43|