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URL :http://www.gamespot.com/hardware/blogs/hardware-insider/909185655/index.html
Filed Under:Technology / Hardware
Posts on Regator:26
Posts / Week:0.1
Archived Since:January 22, 2010

Blog Post Archive

Greatest Gaming Rig Part Three - Boot Test

With all of our gear ready to go, and the processors and RAM already slotted in place, we decided it was time to boot up our epic rig. Before we could fire it up, though, we needed to attach some cooling, a power supply, and some storage. Show More Summary

Plantronics GameCom 777 7.1 Surround Headset

While headsets might not be the most exciting piece of hardware to shop for, being able to accurately hear where guns shots of your opponents are coming from is invaluable in shooters like Modern Warfare and Counter Strike. With those...Show More Summary

Greatest Gaming Rig Part Two - EVGA SR-2, Intel X5680, Crucial Ballistix

In part one of Greatest Gaming Rig, we took a look at what components we?d be featuring in the machine, as well as the accessories we?d be pairing with it. Now that we?ve got our grubby mitts on all the different bits and pieces, we?re ready to start building our behemoth. Show More Summary

Greatest Gaming Rig Part One - We Had a Dream

Like many gamers, we?ve often fantasized about owning a superpowerful gaming rig, so we wondered: If money were no object, what would be the most powerful PC we could build? Our criteria was simple; it had to contain the fastest parts...Show More Summary

iPod Touch 4G and Game Center Hands-On

While Apple's bold proclamation that the iPod Touch is the "number one gaming platform in the world" may be a bit of a stretch--particularly as not everyone who buys an iPod Touch plays games on it--there's no denying that it's becoming more popular for gaming. Show More Summary

ATI Radeon HD 5670 - Budget Graphics for All

The Radeon HD 5670 Guess what? ATI has yet another Radeon 5000 GPU up its sleeve, albeit on the budget end of the spectrum: the Radeon HD 5670. $100 buys you an almost completely silent, triple-monitor-capable budget gaming card. The basic specs: 775MHz core clock, 400 Stream processors, and 512MB of memory clocked at 1GHz. Show More Summary

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