Wednesday Shortbread

Eight is Enough

  1. Ars Technica: Only 25Mbps and up will qualify as broadband under new FCC definition
  2. Gizmodo: Why Apple could leave ports behind
  3. WCCFtech: Aorus X5 4K gaming notebook with Nvidia GeForce GTX
    965M SLI GPU and Core i7-5557U CPU announced - performance revealed
  4. WCCFtech: Nvidia brings G-Sync display technology
    to laptops - breaks new ground at CES 2015
  5. VR-Zone: Lenovo outs 64-bit octa-core Vibe X2 Pro phone, low-cost E Ink Vibe Band
  6. Microsoft Spartan: Neowin's first look at the new browser
  7. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - PC system requirements are here
  8. Ars Technica: Over 2,300 MS-DOS games now
    completely free to play at Internet Archive


  1. Reuters: Intel Corp chief shows wrist-worn drone; promises to employ more women
  2. Reuters: AT&T launches rollover data plan
  3. KitGuru: Can the Nvidia GRID service make cloud gaming viable today?‏
  4. Technic3D's Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch‏ review (in German)
  5. Newegg's deals
  6. Dealzon's deals: $75 coupon for 13.3" Dell XPS 13 i3-5010U, $75 coupon
    for 15.6" Alienware i5-4210H / GTX 965M, and $140 off 1TB Mushkin
    2.5" SSD
Systems and storage

  1. TweakTown's Lenovo Erazer X315 gaming desktop PC review
  2. Ocaholic pits Core i7-5930K vs. Core i7-5820K
  3. Tech ARP posts mobile CPU comparison guide rev. 11.7‏
  4. Legit Reviews: Plextor M7e M.2 PCIe SSD performance numbers from CES 2015
  5. TechSpot reviews 500GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD
Multimedia, power, case & cooling

  1. TweakTown's MSI GeForce GTX 750 Gaming circuit & overclocking guide
  2. Madshrimps review SteelSeries Siberia Elite Prism headset
  3. Ocaholic's Tt eSport Talon Blu mouse review
  4. KitGuru's Corsair CS850M power supply review
  5. Big Bruin's NewerTech Power2U AC/USB wall outlet review
  6. Legion Hardware reviews Lian Li PC-O5S case
  7. Neoseeker's Noctua NF-A fan series features roundup
  8. techPowerUp! reviews Fractal Design Kelvin S24 water cooler
  9. SPCR looks at new 92mm-fan tower coolers from Noctua
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