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Acer Predator XB271HK 27-inch UHD G-Sync Monitor Review

Gamers seeking Ultra HD resolution have few choices but an excellent new G-Sync monitor has just appeared from Acer, the XB271HK sporting a 27-inch AHVA screen. We’re checking it out in our lab today.

Omega Force's 'Attack On Titan,' Hands On At E3

Koei Tecmo's video game version of the popular anime series was packed with action as I flew around and defended humanity from the terrifying Titans.

Oculus Backpedals From Heavy-Handed DRM Policies, Headset Check Removed From Latest Runtime

It has been only one month since Oculus added a headset check to its DRM software that attempted to prevent you from using any other VR HMD to play Oculus exclusive content. Following harsh criticism, the company has removed the che...

MSI Mounts USB Type-C On Its New B150 Artillery

MSI announced new revisions of its B150M Mortar and B150M Bazooka motherboards, which will be sold as the “B150M Morar Arctic” and “B150 Bazooka Plus,” respectively.

FSP Introduces 700W PS2 Redundant PSU With 80 Plus Gold Efficiency

FSP is one of the six largest PSU OEMs and has a huge portfolio of power-related products. The new release from this company is an 700W redundant PSU, compatible with the ATX PS/2 form factor, featuring 80 PLUS Gold efficiency.

Summer Sales Are In The Air: Deep Discounts On Oculus Rift, Gear VR Games

Valve isn’t the only company with a summer sale. Oculus Home stores for Gear VR and Rift are offering significant discounts on content for the next two weeks. The company also launched several more titles on both of its platforms.

Console And Mobile Games Of E3 2016

Our favorite console- and mobile-gaming takeaways from E3 2016.

Samsung's Spin On A New Notebook

Samsung announced a new 2-in-1 PC called the “Notebook 7 spin” that will be available in both 15.6- and 13-inch models, and as the name suggests, it will come with a rotatable display.

Hide Your Wallets, Steam's Summer Sale Starts Today

The annual Steam Summer Sale is here to empty your bank account. Valve’s annual post-E3 sales kicked off today, and as usual, there are some excellent gaming deals to be had.

ISRG Accuses Comodo Of Illegitimately Trying To Trademark The 'Let's Encrypt' Name

According to the ISRG, the non-profit organization behind the Let's Encrypt Certificate Authority, Comodo has been trying to register the trademark for the Let's Encrypt name, many months after the ISRG announced the service itself.

EKWB Launches Asus Strix 10-Series Full-Cover Water Block

EK Water Blocks launched full-cover water blocks designed for the Asus GTX 1080 Strix. The block will also fit on the GTX 1070 Strix.

Corsair’s Vengeance LED DDR4 RAM Now Available

Corsair recently revealed its new Vengeance-branded LED DDR4 memory, and the first kits are now available for purchase.

Thermaltake's SPM Can Now Remotely Shut Down Your System

Thermaltake's DPS G PSUs are supported by the Smart Power Management (SPM) platform that offers many interesting functions. The newest is the ability to remotely shutdown the PSU either immediately, or based on a schedule.

Opera On Edge About Microsoft's Recent Power Consumption Browser Tests

Opera challenged Microsoft's power consumption browsing tests as biased and did its own tests, which showed Opera coming out ahead. However, Opera's tests come with a major caveat, as well.

Corsair Force LE SSD Review

The Corsair Force LE 960GB is a low-cost, high-capacity SSD that represents an excellent value in the entry-level space.

Razer Green Switches Now Made Exclusively By Kaihua (Kailh)

Razer previously used multiple manufacturers for its Green keyboard switch. Not anymore.

XSPC Releases Nine Watercooling Kits With Raystorm Pro Blocks, D5 Pumps

XSPC recently released the Raystorm Pro CPU waterblock. Today, the company revealed nine preconfigured watercooling kits featuring the new block.

PC Games Of E3 2016

PC gaming continues to grow and is slowly taking up more and more of E3, which is traditionally known as a more console-oriented event.

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