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Numerous ReLive upgrades, in-game overlay, and new mobile app.
Continues with the metallic theme.
Base game content removed, added to DLC.
Utopia's latest PC comes with some tasty modifications and a powerful set of internals.
Today we look at the "Blue Aurora," the new high performance aftermarket heatsink from Akasa. With an exclusively LGA 775 mount and an included 120mm blue LED fan, can the Aurora light up our skies, or will it leave them overcast? Read on to find out!
We have a look at Gigabyte's latest addition to its 3D Aurora case series. The 3D Aurora 570 shares many of the features on the original Aurora, but there are some interesting tweaks to the solid foundations. How does it rack up against its older brother?
In this edition - a banana keyboard, a Coke can cooler, a hard drive media player and more. Can't get by without your monthly dose of gadgets? Come and check out some pocket-change money spinners. w00t!
Alienware is back with another top-end system designed for those with plenty of dosh in their pockets. How does it rate against other contenders in the enthusiast PC arena?
GDC 2006: Alienware has begun taking orders for system featuring the AGEIA PhysX PPU physics card from today. Over 100 games said to be in development; Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter amongst first to support PPU.
This machine utilises the latest chip from AMD, and comes configured with two 7800 GTX cards in SLI, each with 512MB of memory. 1GB of graphics RAM, 2GB of system RAM, 1TB of storage and two processor cores - do the numbers add up to the price tag? We find out.
Following an enormous backlash in the media and by the music-listening public, Sony-BMG performed an embarrassing U-turn and have released a patch to remove the aggressive DRM from the latest Van Zant CD.
Gigabyte isn't a name you'd usually associate with case. However, their first entry into the market is a stunner. Sporting three 120mm fan mounts and a separate, dedicated watercooling kit, should this be your next purchase?
Alienware are giving away a fully-loaded Athlon 64 Aurora: Star Wars Edition PC with SLI. Read on for details.