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Vertagear S-Line SL4000 Gaming Chair Review

Introduction We all rant and rave about our components, who has the best keyboard or fastest graphics card, but we neglect what we use the most; the chair. Personally I have two, both costing well under…

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ECS Z170-Claymore (LGA 1151) Motherboard Review

Introduction It’s a relief to be able to talk about this, I first caught a very brief glimpse of this motherboard at Cebit 2015 as a bare unit without heat sinks; it was nice to have…

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Autonomous Car Accident Reports Finally Released

We love looking to the future of car technology, be it how the car is powered or how the car is controlled. We now have a pretty consistent means of powering the vehicles thanks to Tesla…

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Is SpecialTech Being Revived as PC Modders?

To the dismay of many enthusiasts, SpecialTech entered voluntary liquidation back in February. I bought many products from the online shop and they were always at an extremely competitive prices and ultra fast shipping. It seems…

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Volvo to Accept Blame in Event of an Accident

Well in the case of the autonomous cars anyway. Up until now, the only company to come forward with a fully working prototype is Google and the accidents that occurred were never blamed on the company,…

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Raijintek’s Latest Atlantis Range Now Available

Raijintek is the relatively new kid on the block when it comes to mainstream water cooling solutions, but it has shown many that All In One (AIO) water cooling solutions can also be customised. Back in the…

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SuperMicro C7Z170-SQ (LGA 1151) Motherboard Review

Introduction SuperMicro isn’t that much of a household name in today’s market, you get swamped by all of the advertisements from Gigabyte, ASUS and similar. But turn back the calendar and everyone and their friend at least…

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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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MSI Z170A XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM Edition (LGA 1151) Motherboard Review

Introduction Intel’s Skylake has been with us for a little over a month now and reports are coming back extremely positive, with retailers struggling to maintain stock and very few reviews having anything negative to say.…

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Crucial Ballistix Elite 32GB (4x8GB) Quad Channel DDR4 Memory Kit Review

Introduction In today’s market, memory, RAM, Random Access Memory, whichever you like to call it, plays a major factor in the way we determine our computers cost effectiveness. A general PC store will tout just the…

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PowerColor R9 390 PCS+ 8GB Graphics Card Review

Introduction We have all had mixed opinions on the R9 300 series upon release, the rebranded nature of the 200 series was seen as the fall of AMD and short-changing consumers. However, while they are in…

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Philips BDM4065UC 40″ 4K Monitor Review

Introduction The humble desktop monitor has come a long way since the early days of huge CRT and even the chunky first generation LCD screens. Nowadays we can pick up a new monitor that is thinner…

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Pokémon Go is Coming – For Free!

I’m so excited, I woke up this morning to a flood of links to the same video and I’m so glad I woke up and not just turned over. Pokémon Go is in the pipeline for…

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Crucial Ballistix Sport 2400MHz 32GB (4x8GB) Quad Channel Memory Kit Review

Introduction When purchasing a computer, RAM generally is the last component that you tend to think about and when you do come to think of it; quantity is the only real factor you tend to consider.…

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Why You Won’t Be Seeing Many Reviews of the AMD R9 Nano!

It’s that time of the year again folks, AMD is releasing another top end graphics card that is in seriously short supply and we at eTeknix won’t be getting hold of one, at least not from AMD.…

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Gigabyte Z170XP-SLI (LGA 1151) Motherboard Review

Introduction, Specifications and Packaging The Z170 chipset and Skylake CPU’s has been around for just over a week now and we have seen pretty much everything that each manufacturer has to offer. We now know that the huge…

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ASUS Announces the Poseidon Platinum GTX 980Ti

Something that we know about the GTX 980Ti range is the completely absurd performance that this one graphics card can deliver. When the sub-vendors were allowed to customise the card, the performance increased and the variations…

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MSI Introduces PRO Series Motherboards

With Intel opening up the CPU line up for all to see, motherboard manufacturers are now offering up the lower market motherboards to reside below the Z170 options. Following previous nomenclature for the Intel chipset, these…

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MSI Expanding the Gaming Series with H170 and B150

MSI has already shown us what it can do with the Z170 gaming motherboard series, but like every other manufacturer, the features comes at a price; especially on a premium chipset. We have all been waiting…

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Gigabyte Z170X-Gaming 7 (LGA 1151) Motherboard Review

Introduction We’ve had the Skylake-S processors and Z170 chipset for a little while now and in that time, we haven’t really seen much from our friends at Gigabyte. The Z170 chipset is one of the best…

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Fancy In-App Purchases Without the Purchase? Introducing Amazon Underground!

Something that gets me about almost all mobile games nowadays is the fact that they’re either loaded with ad’s or to progress beyond level 1; you need to spend money. While spending 5p/ 5c on progressing…