Michael Strickland

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Digital Foundry: the best gaming CPUs for the money

We've been on a mission over the last six months - to fully get to grips with the importance of the CPU in a gaming PC and that's involved …

30 years of Zelda: See the Hero of Time through the ages (pictures)

Retrogaming

Had Enough: Bully Gets Bottle Smashed In His Face!

The Only Safe Way to Update Your Hardware Drivers on Windows

Want to update your computer’s hardware drivers? Don’t use driver-update utilities. Avoid bad freeware-download sites, too. Get your driver updates …

Utilities

Logitech Support

Logitech O910 Orion Spark Destroys Keyboard Speed Records. Adds ARX Control.

Jason Lazarus December 8, 2015 294<p>The Logitech O910 Orion Spark’s designers took to heart the rigorous performance demands of high-level gaming and …

Logitech

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Galaxy S7 Release Date Leaked By Major Carrier

Did you get a Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge for Christmas? If so, you may want to look away now…<p>China Mobile, the world’s largest telecommunications company (it has over 800M subscribers), appears to have let the cat out of the bag after images leaked from a major internal presentation. Picked up by …

Phones

Pokémon Game Boy classics getting special edition 2DS in Japan

The first-ever 2DS to come to Japan<p>The Nintendo 2DS handheld will finally be making its way to Japan, thanks to a set of four special Pokémon-themed consoles.<p>Announced on the official Japanese Pokémon site, the special 2DS systems will honor the 20th anniversary of the first four Pokémon games. The …

Azza XT 1 Watt Full Tower Gaming Cases, White CSAZ- XT1 W

This fits your .<p>to make sure this fits.<p>Supports Longest VGA Card on the Market: XT-1 supports VGA card up to 340 mm, the longest on the current …

Azza XT1 B Full Tower Gaming Case - Black (CSAZ- XT1 B)

This fits your .<p>to make sure this fits.<p>Supports Longest VGA Card on the Market: XT-1 supports VGA card up to 340 mm, the longest on the current …

A Guide To Building A Mid Range Gaming PC For Direct X 12 And The Witcher 3

By Marco on 23 Mar, 2015: published <b>about 10 months ago</b><p>I’m never one to advocate a purchase of a brand new computer for the sole purpose of playing a …

Why you should build your own PC

I had the luck of being around computers at the age when my most-spoken word was “Why?” I had a Cool Uncle, and among the attractions at his house …

PCPartPicker website overhauled to make building a PC easier than ever before

Good news if you're looking to build a PC anytime soon: PCPartPicker just launched a fairly extensive site redesign that adds (among other things) price filtering and custom build guides.<p>I've long used the site for my own PC builds and recommended it to friends/family for theirs. Heck, "Use …

Computer Hardware

You'll hate your basic wireless mouse after using the Logitech MX Master

Logitech MX Master review<p>Mighty mouse<p>Extreme comfort<p>Fast connectivity<p>Horizontal scroll wheel/Gesture control<p>Darkfield Laser sensor<p>Snazzy …

4K monitors: Everything you need to know about UltraHD PC displays

It's finally time to get serious about 4K displays. Let's be honest, the first wave left much to be desired. Some had painfully low refresh rates while others were difficult to configure and get working properly. Prices were all over the map. The situation is much better today, thankfully, but …

Cinematography

A PC gamer’s ultimate fantasy: The world’s fastest 128GB DDR4 RAM kit

So you think your gaming PC rig is pretty sweet with its 32GB of RAM? Well get ready to feel envious all over again. <i>FossBytes</i> on Monday wrote up a …

Build a performance gaming PC for $620

Don't have thousands of dollars laying about the place? Can you still build a killer gaming PC on a tight budget? Sure you can!<p>When it comes to …

Build guide: The best gaming PC 2018

The best gaming PC isn't one you buy: it's one you build. Choosing your own parts is the best way to build a gaming PC that suits your needs, and our …

Computer Hardware

Upgrading RAM

Introduction: Upgrading RAM<p>Here are some simple instructions for upgrading the RAM in your desktop computer or laptop. The tools you will need for …

how to build a desktop computer

Have you ever thought to yourself...hmm self...I want an awesome computer to game on, and it will never die. Well, I have a solution for you with …

Raspberry Pi

How to securely erase hard drives (HDDs) and solid state drives (SSDs)

Got a pile of old drives that you need to wipe before sending them to Silicon Heaven? Or do you want to wipe a drive in a computer that you are …

How to Organize Your PC Cables

I am not a neat person. You need only to see my desk to realize that. However, when it comes to my PC case, I keep the cables organized.<p>There are some good reasons to do that--and they have nothing to do with neatness. If you buy a new computer, especially an expensive powerhouse PC built for …

Computer Hardware

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World’s First 128GB DDR4 Unbuffered Memory Kits Unveiled By Corsair

Corsair has today unveiled the very first 128GB DDR4 unbuffered memory kits in the form of the new Vengeance LPX and Dominator Platinum Series lines …

Your desktop computer is wasting a surprising amount of energy while you’re not using it

For some time now, energy efficiency wonks have had their eyes on a problem that has been dubbed the “miscellaneous electrical load,” or MEL — the growing percentage of home electricity consumed by objects that are <i>not</i> heating or cooling systems, large appliances, or lighting. Rather, they’re an odd …

Energy Efficiency

PC Gaming Looked A Lot Different In The Late '90s

Flat widescreen monitors? Glowing keyboards and mice? Controllers with analogue thumbsticks? The late '90s PC gamer needed not such things.<p>Or at …