We kick off this episode with a couple of gaming stories (Batman: Arkham Knight and Watch Dogs—exciting stuff) then move on to the pending unveiling of DirectX 12. Scott explains how AMD is giving new life to the Radeon HD 7950, and then he shares the latest Kabini news. Because we simply can't get enough of clicky keyboards, we tackle Razer's home-brewed mechanical switches and Geoff's review of the Cooler Master QuickFire Stealth. Finally, Cyril explains our new System Guide format, and Geoff reviews the "overclocked" Intel 730 Series SSD before giving us the latest on his SSD endurance experiment.
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Batman: Arkham Knight trailer teases Rocksteady's return, driveable Batmobile - Read more
Watch Dogs rescheduled for May 27 - Read more
It's official: DirectX 12 to be unveiled at GDC - Read more
Radeon HD 7950 gets second life as Radeon R9 280 - Read more
Yep, the Kabini APU is coming to a desktop socket - Read more
Razer unveils homebrewed mechanical keyboard switches - Read more
Cooler Master's QuickFire Stealth mechanical keyboard reviewed - Read more
Intel's 730 Series solid-state drive reviewed - Read more
The SSD Endurance Experiment: Data retention after 600TB - Read more
That's all, folks! We'll see you on the next episode.