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Month Archives: October 2014

NZXT Kraken X41
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NZXT Kraken X41 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

For several years now NZXT has been reaping the benefits of listening to the computer building/modding community and delivering products that they actually want. This in turn has led to one of the most loyal customer bases and served to increase the popularity of their brand. So NZXT has amassed what is essentially an all-star team of products ranging from power supplies to cases to CPU coolers and pretty much everything in between save for the bits that do the number crunching. Fortunately for us they haven’t let up yet. Today we will be checking out their newest offering in the AIO cooler category the Kraken X41. Follow along as we find out if this cooler deserves a starting position, or an eternal ride of shame on the bench.

Evolve Big Alpha
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Evolve “Big Alpha” System Requirements Released

If you’re a Gamer, you most likely have been hearing a ton about the Big Alpha weekend for the Game Evolve. Turtle Rock Studios also lets us Gamers know that these aren’t the final system specs for Evolve, These are just the specs you will need for Big Alpha weekend. The Big Alpha weekend starts the October 31st to November 2nd. If you have preordered the game you have a guaranteed spot in the Big Alpha.

Alienware Area-51
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Alienware Announces Area 51 Gaming Desktop

Alienware has just announced the details and availability of their Alienware Area-51 gaming desktop. As you can see from the photos below the new Area-51 gaming desktop has a pretty unique design to it. Every Area-51 comes loaded with Intel's latest six or eight core Haswell-E Core i7 K-series processors (factory-overclocked), liquid cooling, graphics options from both AMD or NVIDIA, DDR4 memory, Killer Gigabit Ethernet, Intel 802.11ac dual band WiFi and Windows 8.1.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 G1 Gaming
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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 G1 Gaming Graphics Card Review

NVIDIA’s GeForce 900 Series has been a long time coming and gamers have anxiously awaited it. NVIDIA has been using the Kepler architecture for quite sometime and when Maxwell was introduced last year we only saw the entry-level and budget friendly cards. When we finally got word that we would be seeing performance segment Maxwell cards let’s just say we got excited. Today we will be looking at our first review of a GeForce 900 series card and it comes in the form of the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 G1 Gaming. For starters the GeForce GTX 970 has 1664 CUDA cores, 104 texture units, 64 ROPs and packs 4GB of GDDR5 memory. Normally this card would have speeds of 1050 MHz core and 1178 MHz boost, but Gigabyte has overclocked their version to speeds of 1178 MHz core and 1329 MHz boost. On top of that Gigabyte has implemented their latest WindForce 3X cooler on the card to give you the best cooling possible. Let’s get this card on the bench and see what it can do!

Google Project Ara
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Google to Create Online Store for Project Ara

It has been quite a while since we have heard anything about Google's Project Ara. This is of course Google's ambitious fully modular smartphone project. The idea behind it is that users can select each part of their phone (screen, camera, battery, etc) and create a perfect smartphone to fit their needs. Well it looks like Google is moving along with the project and will be creating an online store, much like Google Play for the device.

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