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The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990X leaks out as a 32-core, 64-thread processor

AMD teased and benchmarked their forthcoming 32-core Ryzen Threadripper 2nd Generation processor and now it seems the chip has leaked out in full.HKEPC claims to have gotten an exclusive look at AMD’s flagship Ryzen Threadripper 2990X processor - which, according to the Chinese publication, co...

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How Corsair brought innovation to the world’s biggest PC case

The Corsair Obsidian 1000D is, hands down, one of the biggest and baddest PC cases to come out in recent years. With room for two complete systems, up to five graphics cards, two 480mm radiators in front and another 420mm up top, there’s no other chassis on the market that can hold more compon...

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Intel Skylake-X release date, news and features

Over the last couple years, competition in the CPU market has skyrocketed – reigniting the spirit of competition that has been missing for a long time. Enter Skylake-X, Intel’s answer to AMD’s massively successful Ryzen and Threadripper CPUs. First, a bit of backstory. Back in...

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HPE unveils world's largest supercomputer

HPE has revealed the world's largest Arm-powered supercomputer as part of a major HPC project.The computing giant has teamed up with the US Department of Energy (DOE) and Sandia National Laboratories to create the new Astra system as part of the DOE's Vanguard project.Astra, which is built of over 1...

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World of Warcraft Classic turns back time – but keeps contemporary bells and whistles

Blizzard has revealed more details on exactly how World of Warcraft Classic will pan out, with the nostalgic spin on the MMO set to be based on the game as it was during Patch 1.12 (known as Drums of War).Drums of War went live in August 2006 and was the last patch before the first big expansion for...

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SteelSeries’ relentless pursuit of the best gaming accessories

If you don’t know SteelSeries, you’re either not a gamer or you haven’t been paying very close attention. The company is consistently behind some of our top-rated gaming accessories. The company started out in Denmark with gaming mouse pads, with a glass pad called the Icemat...

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Inside SteelSeries: where gaming accessory concepts turn into reality

During this year’s PC Gaming Week, we had the chance to hop over to the US office of one of the companies behind some of our favorite PC gaming accessories: SteelSeries. Walk around Chicago’s West Loop, where the scent of freshly made chocolate frequently fills the air, not a twenty...

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PC cooling mythbusting with Corsair's fan and PC case experts

PC cooling: there’s a right way and a wrong way. But, no matter who you ask, someone is bound to tell you something different. Whether its positive pressure versus negative pressure or air cooling versus liquid cooling, there are all too many PC cooling debates out there.Luckily, we got a chan...

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The best Raspberry Pi distros in 2018

Believe it or not, the Raspberry Pi is now six years old. In its relatively short life the Pi has ushered in a new revolution in computing that stretches far beyond its original remit which was to promote basic computer science education in schools. There have been several fresh Pi developments...

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Boutique PC builders' best work: the experts' top custom case builds

When it comes to the best gaming PCs, there are two approaches you can take. You can either pick up the best processor, best graphics card and others, and piece them together like high-tech Legos – or, you can buy a pre-built computer. While we generally prefer the former option, we can totall...


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