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ASUSTOR Launches Powerful High-Capacity AS6208T and AS6210T

ASUSTOR launched two new high-capacity enterprise-class NAS units, the AS6208T and the AS6210T. The only difference between the two units is that one has 8 drive bays and the other one has 10 drive bays. They…

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Sapphire Nitro OC R9 Fury Graphics Card Review

Introduction The initial unveiling of AMD’s Fury X was eagerly anticipated due to the advent of high bandwidth memory, and potential to revolutionize the size to performance ratio of modern graphics cards. This new form of…

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QNAP Releases TS-x53A IoT-Centric QTS-Linux Combo NAS Series

Network attached storage devices have evolved a lot in the last 10 years from somewhat underpowered systems with the single purpose of serving your files across your network to what they are today. We first saw…

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AMD R9 380X 4GB Graphics Card CrossFire Review

Introduction Here at eTeknix, we strive to give the consumer the best possible advice in every aspect of technology. Today is no different and we are excited to bring you the CrossFireX review of the newly released…

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Sapphire Nitro R9 380X 4GB Graphics Card Review with Back Plate!

Introduction If you’ve been reading up on the latest R9 380X range, you may have seen stories and possibly even reviews that the performance wasn’t as high as many expected. I one of those who was…

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AMD R9 Nano 4GB (HBMv1) CrossFire Review

Introduction Here at eTeknix, we strive to give the consumer the best possible advice in every aspect of technology. Today is no different and we are excited to bring you the CrossFireX review of the highly anticipated…

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Club3D R9 Nano 4GB HBMv1 Graphics Card Review

Introduction eTeknix has fought hard over the last few months to be able to bring you the Fiji articles that we have, some may have been a little late, but we have managed to get them…

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Nvidia May Drop 2GB Model of GTX 960

Originally launching in both a 2GB and 4GB variant, Nvidia is reportedly planning to discontinue the lower capacity model. By offering only a 4GB tier, Nvidia is hoping to make the card more attractive to buyers…

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Gainward Phoenix GTX 970 4GB Graphics Card Review

Introduction The GTX 970 has been with us for around a year now and in that time it has cemented itself as possibly one of the best Maxwell-based cards available. Obviously the Titan X is the…

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G.Skill Demonstrates 4266MHz DDR4 Memory Kits

Breaching the 4GHz memory speed wasn’t enough for G.Skill, so they put two on top of that and showcased two new kits running at 4133MHz and 4266MHz. These speeds are something that we’d only get close…

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EVGA Offers Cashback on Nvidia GTX 960 In July

What’s better than getting a relative good graphics cards cheap? Easy, getting some of the money back after you purchased it. That is exactly what you can do now as EVGA offers European customers a €25…

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Sapphire Tri-X R9 Fury 4GB Graphics Card Review

Introduction Something that we don’t really get much of a buzz from is the ‘second best’ graphics card, Okay the R9 390 is good, but we all want to know about the R9 390X; so why…

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AMD Catalyst 15.7 WHQL Driver Adds Cross Generation Crossfire Support

Something that AMD have been falling behind on lately is the WHQL drivers, well drivers in general. Beta drivers are released every few months, but a certified WHQL driver has taken over 200 days to reach…

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AMD R9 Fury X CrossfireX 12K Eyefinity Review

Introduction Triple monitor configurations were massively useful a few years ago when the ‘new’ standard was 1080p and everyone wanted to have huge workspaces to process more information at once. While this was good back then,…

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Gigabyte Launches Tiny GeForce GTX 960 ITX Windforce

Gigabyte has just announced its low-end GTX 960 model, the GeForce GTX 960 ITX, boasting a Windforce 2x cooling solution. This looks to be dedicated to people who use their PCs mostly for office and multimedia…

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AMD Radeon R9 370 and M390X Become Standard at Alienware

Alienware announced on their twitter feed that they now have the R9 370 and the M390X GPUs as standard earlier this week. The R9 M390X is a mobile, High-end graphics card for laptops. It will most likely…

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GALAX Hall Of Fame DDR3 Memory Modules Officially Released

GALAX is well-known for their graphics cards and recently they also ventured into the space of storage with their new Gamer SSDs. This time GALAX is reaching into the memory department and release a new set…

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GTA V – The Way It’s Meant to Be Played – 4K and Nvidia Shield

Introduction In September 2013, Grand Theft Auto V finally hit our screens, albeit via the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, consoles that I loved playing on, but which were kept as a lead platform for far…

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Sony Xperia Z4 Photos Leaked

With LG and Sony yet to reveal their 2015 flagship phones many have been eager to get some information on them. Today photos of a Sony Xperia Z4 have emerged and do look authentic, though with…

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Thecus Announced RAM Upgraded WSS NAS

It isn’t that long time ago that we had a closer look at Thecus’ amazing W4000 Windows Storage Server 2012 r2 Essentials NAS and it did really great in our review, but the 2GB RAM they…

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Microsoft Is Planning to Release $149 Laptops Running Windows 10

Microsoft is said to be working on delivering record low-priced laptops running Windows 10 which are due to launch this summer. The company is aiming for a $149 price tag for the cheap laptops, which are…

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AMD Fiji Comes with Two GPUs

AMD’s latest GPU, AMD Fiji, has been announced a while back that it will come with High Bandwidth Memory. Shortly after CES in Las Vegas, Oculus was said to be toying around with the latest AMD…

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Palit Announces GeForce GTX 960 JetStream 4GB Graphics Card

Palit seems to be a little late with its GTX 960 offering, though better late than never as it goes. The company is now offering its GeForce GTX 960 JetStream Edition featuring 4GB of graphics memory.…

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GIGABYTE Gives Their GTX 960 the 4GB Treatment

GIGABYTE has given two of their GeForce GTX 960 graphics cards an upgrade to 4GB of memory, the WindForce 2X and the G1.Gaming. The two GIGABYTE cards feature better cooling solutions and are factory overclocked. The WindForce…

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EVGA Introduces 4GB GeForce GTX 960 SSC Graphics Card

EVGAs graphics cards are well-known for their impressive specs and efficient coolers, and now you can also get their GeForce GTX 960 SSC with 4GB GDDR5 memory instead of the previous 2GB reference. EVGA also added…

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“We’ll Do a Better Job Next Time”, NVIDIA Admitting Defeat

  Over the last few weeks we’ve all heard of the scandal relating to the 3.5GB VRAM buffer on the GTX 970 graphics cards. Yes, the card comes with 4GB, but the last 512mb is extremely…

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Nvidia Reporting Less than 5% Returns on GTX 970s after VRAM Controversy

Amid all the controversy that has been surrounding NVidia, the aftermath seems much less severe than was to be expected. So how bad is it actually? President of Jon Peddie Research, Jon Peddie, has stated not…