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GIGABYTE Launches 5 New Greenlow-Based HEDT Motherboards

GIGABYTE launched a complete new series of High-End Desktop (HEDT) motherboards with the new X170 and X150 series motherboards that are based on Intel’s C236 and C232 chipsets and with support for Intel’s Xeon E3-1200 v5…

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Bank of China Releases a Laser Blasted “Monkey” Coin

Tech is always advancing in new and exciting ways. With the aim of developing and modernizing techniques for the 21st century, the coin production process at The People’s Bank of China placed into circulation a $10…

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Razer Core External GPU Enclosure Demoed by AMD @ CES 2016

CES 2016: Razer’s latest Stealth Blade ultrabook can be accompanied by an external graphics card enclosure which supports a maximum size of 5.98 in./152 mm (Height) x 1.73 in./44 mm (Width) x 12.20 in./310 mm. This is more than…

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Thermaltake Core P5 ATX Wall-Mounted Chassis Review

Introduction Before I started in this industry, I thought that most PC cases were created fairly equally. For the most part, you could get a lot of wildly varying designs, but for the most part, the…

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Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse Review

Introduction Logitech have a long history in the peripheral business, having created some of the most popular desktop and gaming mice around. With that in mind, we’re very happy to see their latest mouse, the G502…

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Recent PlayStation 4 SDK Update Unlocks 7th CPU Core For Gaming Purposes

The PlayStation 4 is evidently winning the current console market and outselling Microsoft’s Xbox One at around a two to one ratio. Part of its appeal is the better performance in multi-platform releases and enhanced power to…

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Thermaltake Core X9 Stackable E-ATX Chassis Review

Introduction Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX and heck, even ATX chassis are great, but they’re just too small, at least for some builds. What do you do when you need to fit an absolutely ridiculous amount of hardware into…

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Intel Skylake and Z170 Motherboard Release Date Revealed

Some people are waiting with high anticipation for Intel to release their newest platform, Skylake, while others don’t care as much as they’ve recently upgraded to the current platform. If you are a member of the…

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Gelid Launched Low Cost and Low Profile 1U Intel CPU cooler

Cooling is an important factor in compact builds such as SFF and 1U rack mounted systems, but it’s something that can be tricky at times. You either get something that isn’t very effective or you get…

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Gigabyte Motherboards at Computex 2015

Computex 2015 – Gigabyte didn’t just bring along their laptops at Computex, they also got their motherboards with them and we took a look at them. The highlights are with no doubt the new Z170 based motherboards…

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Latest Thermaltake Snow Edition Chassis’ @ Computex 2015

Computex 2015: We love Thermaltake chassis’ products, they’ve often proven a great choice for most system builds, especially gaming systems. Thermaltake have a lot of great looking products, but many of my favourites are from their Snow…

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Latest Thermaltake Core Series Chassis @ Computex 2015

Computex 2015: Here we are once again at the Thermaltake booth and as you can see, they’ve rolled out their latest and greatest Core series chassis. As you can see, these chassis offer superior water and air…

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More Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti Details Leaked

AMD’s new flagship graphics cards with HBM memory are just around the corner and it looks like Nvidia is trying to steal the show a bit. We’ve seen more and more leaks about the upcoming GeForce…

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Fractal Design Core 2300 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

Introduction Fractal Design is well-known for their high-end chassis products. They’ve won many awards for their clean designs, exceptional build quality, water cooling support and much more, which has made them a popular choice with the…

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Intel’s 14nm Broadwell Systems Are here but Might Be Shortlived

Intel’s Broadwell generation ran into some trouble last year and as a result of this, the launch got delayed. In return, this means that the new 5th generation Intel Core processors will have a short lifespan until the…

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Gigabyte Updates With Support for Upcoming 5th Gen Intel Core Processors

One of the real pains in building computers comes at the times where you need to upgrade several components in order to keep everything compatible to the one new component that you actually had the intention…

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Thermaltake Announces Core X9 Snow Edition Chassis

Thermaltake has launched a Snow White edition of their gorgeous Core X9 e-ATX cube case. The case is particular suited for liquid cooling setups, but that doesn’t stop you from using it for something else, a…

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Intel Skylake Will Support Ultra-Fast Face Recognition with RealSense 3D Technology

Intel’s 6th generation Core processors codenamed Skylake got some extra attention on the first day of the IDF15 in Shenzhen and it looks like everything is going as scheduled with the chips. One of the mentioned…

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MediaTek Wants to Get under the Hood of Chromebooks

MediaTek wants to take Intel’s place in Chromebooks and expand its reach beyond Android-powered smartphones and tablets. Up until now, MediaTek has been the leading chip manufacturer for Android devices. Kevin Jou, vice president and chief…

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Intel Announced 5th Gen Core vPro Processor Family Availability

Intel officially announced the availability of its 5th generation Intel Core vPro 14nm processor family that’s designed for the rapidly shifting workplace and create a more dynamic workflow. The new generation offers wireless innovations, built-in security, faster…

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Latest Intel Graphics Drivers Enhanced for 4th and 5th gen Core Processors

Timed for the release of the 5th generation of Intel Core processors, Intel released a new version of their graphics drivers that also brings along a long row of benefits for the current 4th generation. Benefits of…

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Thermaltake Core V21 Stackable Micro-ATX Chassis Review

Introduction Why have one chassis, when you can have two for twice the price! That’s the motto I’m sticking to for today’s review, because the new chassis from Thermaltake, the Core V21, has a funky trick…

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Thermaltake Core V1 mini-ITX Chassis Review

Introduction Thermaltake are easily one of the best chassis manufacturers around. This is especially true for those who want to utilize the latest and greatest technology in their system builds, even more so with those who…

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eTeknix 2014 Christmas Tech Buying Guide

Christmas time is almost here and as we wrap up warm over winter, we’re also wrapping up on a year of incredible products here at eTeknix HQ. We’ve had hundred of reviews this year, but no…

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Phone, Tablet Company Linshof Claims a ‘Clean Android’ Device Launch

We’ve recently reported on Linshof’s i8 smartphone offering, allowing users to utilize their 80GB of storage space through an interesting 64GB and 16GB memory module paring technology. Just now, news has come to light that this…

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ASUS Debut Windows Laptop for $179 US

Quite often University or High School students are looking for a simple solution to type up their reports and complete various simple processing tasks to get them through the day-to-day grind. ASUS have replied with their…

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Samsung Reveal Exynos7 Eight-Core Processors With 57% Performance Increase

Further advancing on the success of their Exynos54 processor, Samsung have snuck underneath the new Nexus launch release hype and announced their new heart – the Exynos7 Octa Core. Said to be featuring a 57% performance increase compared…