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ASUS Republic of Gamers Rampage IV Extreme Black Spotted

With motherboard manufacturers producing colour schemes of motherboards that they have never before, and being generally more experimental than in the past, it should come as no surprise that ASUS is planning a release of a…

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Mushkin Announce 1.8-inch Chronos GO Deluxe SATA III SSDs

Mushkin are a company who make a lot of SSDs and memory kits for the PC hardware market. Their Chronos range of SSDs are renowned across the industry for the excellent value for money that they…

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Battlefield 4 Will Be In Next AMD Game Bundle and No Direct X 12 Coming

In an interview with the German Magazine and website Heise Online AMD’s Vice President of Global Channel Sales, Roy Taylor, has been sharing some interesting information about AMD and future developments with the company. The first…

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MSI Unveil Gaming Series Motherboards

MSI has today announced the latest and quite exciting addition to its range of motherboards. The new gaming series of motherboards from MSI covers Intel’s LGA 1155 socket with three motherboards for Z77 and one for…

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AMD To Bundle SimCity With Select A10 and A8 APUs From April 18th

AMD’s Never Settle and Never Settle Reloaded gaming bundle deals have been incredibly successful, helping increase the value for money consumers get when purchasing select AMD products. AMD knows it has been successful and is looking…

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New High-End Cooling, Case and PSU Brand “Raijintek” Coming Soon

It isn’t very often that we see any new brands hit the market. Reeven were the most recent new brand I can remember, a company involved in making cooling components such as fans and CPU coolers.…

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EVGA announces GeForce GTX 680 Mac Edition

For those of you who follow our news updates here at eTeknix you may remember the Sapphire HD 7950 Mac Edition Graphics card that was recently released. Well now it appears Nvidia have done a similar…

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Aerocool Shark 120mm Evil Black Edition Orange LED Fan Review

For most people choosing a fan is often a very hit-and-miss decision. However, there is so much to consider when choosing a fan that people miss out on: price, performance, noise, looks and features. So today…

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AMD Says Nvidia Are Salty Over PS4 Deal

Neal Robison, director of ISV relations at AMD, said last week during GDC 2013 that they’ve been waiting a long time to show off the APU powering the PlayStation 4. AMD has been working on the…

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ASRock Fatal1ty X79 Champion (X79) Motherboard Review

When in the market for a motherboard, most users who have decided on Intel for their processor are left with a big choice, do they go X79 or Z77? Well it comes down really to your…

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ASUS GTX 660Ti Dragon Graphics Card Spotted

ASUS graphics cards are always some of the best and most exciting on the market. Typically we are used to seeing Direct CU or the Republic of Gamers branded ASUS graphics cards but Dragon variants are…

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ASUS launch GTX 670 Direct CU Mini Graphics Card

Today ASUS have released the newest addition to their range of compact graphics cards. The aptly named GTX 670 Direct CU mini is a small version of Nvidia’s GTX 670 video card. The mini-variant from ASUS…

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EK Launches World’s First Water Cooling Solution for AMD FirePro

EK are renowned throughout the industry for making an incredibly diverse range of water blocks that tackle not just the “mainstream” segment of the water cooling market, which is quite niche in itself, but also the…

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Seagate 4TB Hard Drives With 1TB Platters Now Shipping

Seagate has reportedly begun shipping the hard drive industry’s first 4TB drives that use 1TB platters. These new 4TB drives from the hard drive giant Seagate will reportedly get slotted into the companies Barracuda series of…

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Steelseries Sensei Limited Edition Mouse Review

Steelseries have one of the most loyal followings in the gaming peripheral business, they’re one of the names that are synonymous with quality, performance and they’re well known to be a popular choice on and off…

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AMD’s Steamroller To Arrive A Year Early

In a recent presentation by AMD’s PR and Marketing department it showed off the technology behinds its new Steamroller core design. The new AMD micro-architecture is on track to be released this year in the form…

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Rasperry Pi Model A Arrives in the USA for $25

The ARM based mini computer, Rasperry Pi, had already arrived to Europe and the United Kingdom quite some time ago. However, as of a few days ago North America has finally gained access to the Rasperry…

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Nvidia Announce Five New GeForce 700M GPUs

We always seem to see a company’s range of mobile graphics processors arrive before the next generation of desktop graphics processors and this is indeed the case again with Nvidia’s latest range the GT 700M series.…

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Cooler Master Seidon 240M Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master’s Seidon 120M impressed us a while back with its solid price to performance ratio, offering similar performance to the competition at a price that was quite a bit lower. The Seidon 240M promises to do…

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Intel Prepares HD 4000 Driver Update, Gives 10% More Performance

Intel HD Graphics may not be the most exciting GPUs in the world to have, but for those who only do a bit of light gaming from time to time, or for those who simply cannot…

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Intel Ivy Bridge-E LGA 2011 Platform Detailed

Intel’s Haswell, LGA 1150, platform is expected to hit the market in June 2013 and by then the mainstream platform will be two generations ahead of Intel’s High End Desktop (HEDT) platform which is still stuck…

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Nexus 5 Concept Design Art Created by Fans

The Nexus 5 is unlikely to be coming to market anytime soon and if you missed our article on the rumoured Nexus 5 specifications then be sure to check that here. However, the fact we don’t…

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Nvidia Tegra 5 To Be More Powerful Than Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3

Nvidia’s Senior Vice President of Content and Technology has been offering some potent statements to the media recently. Tony Tamasi has stated that Nvidia’s next generation Mobile Processor, Tegra 5, will outperform the current generation of…

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Evercool Venti (HPQ 12025) CPU Cooler Review

While our CPU cooler reviews of late have mainly be concerned with high performance heatsinks, it is still important for us to remember that it is the budget offerings which sell the most and get used…

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EK announce Water Blocks for De-Lidded Ivy Bridge CPUs

The Ivy Bridge saga with removing the lid, a.k.a. the IHS (Integrated Heat Sink), stuck around for quite a long time. People debated the benefits of changing out the stock Intel thermal paste and using (or…

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Apple Drop Samsung As Their iPad Mini Display Manufacturer

Apple and Samsung’s various feuds have been far from private and have mostly been played out in the public arena. Their latest disagreement comes with Apple phasing out their business relations with Samsung. As you may…

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Noctua NF-S12A FLX, ULN and PWM Case Fan Reviews

Noctua’s premium range of fans is vast and we have looked at many of their fans, you can see our reviews below. They produce fans that cater for cases, heatsinks and radiators in a variety of…