NEWS

January 22nd, 2013, 6:55 PM

EVGA Launches Free Game Bundle w/ Primal Carnage

EVGA adds Primal Carnage to the purchase of any GTX 690, GTX 680 or GTX 670 graphics card.  With NVIDIA’s previous offer coming to an end, EVGA is stepping up to the plate by offering a free downloadable copy of Primal Carnage with their GTX 690, GTX 680 and GTX 670 products.  While Primal Carnage [...]

January 22nd, 2013, 6:33 PM

Func Industries Introduces MS-3 Gaming Mouse

After 18 months of development, Func has entered the gaming mouse market with a sleek, ergonomic mouse called the MS-3.  You have to respect companies like Func which lay low, ensuring their products meet the needs of consumers instead of flooding the market with junk designs.  Their MS-3 may not look like the flashy gaming [...]

January 22nd, 2013, 5:02 PM

Intel Announces Gradual Discontinuation of Desktop Motherboards

In an announcement that will likely come as a shock for some, Intel has announced they will be ramping down their desktop motherboard business over the next three years. In another sign that the desktop market as we know it is facing obsolescence, just minutes ago, Intel announced they will gradually cease production of their [...]

January 22nd, 2013, 11:29 AM

Next-Generation Xbox Specs Apparently Leaked Online

The reported specs of Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox console have leaked online. VGLeaks, who has previously had a semi-accurate track record with leaks claims to have obtained a block diagram the system specs of Durango — the current code name for the new console. According to the leaked specs, Durango will be powered by an eight-core [...]

January 17th, 2013, 5:42 PM

Ontario Court Says No to Request for Megaupload Servers

Almost a year after the Megaupload raid, a court in Ontario has refused a request by U.S authorities to hand over 32 servers located in the province. Attorneys for Megaupload argued that the servers contained information that was irrelevant to the case. Ira Rothken, lead attorney for the company, asked the court to deny the [...]

January 17th, 2013, 12:49 AM

BitFenix Introduces Alchemy Mixed Cable Series

As an expansion to the well received Alchemy Cable Series, BitFenix is now offering some of its individually sleeved cables in an alternating colour pattern. Anyone who has tried to individually custom sleeve their cables would know that it’s a time consuming and tedious effort. BitFenix solved that problem some time ago by launching the Alchemy Multisleeved [...]

January 15th, 2013, 10:11 AM

PowerColor Launches PowerUp Tuner, A Custom Overclocking Tool for GPUs

PowerUp Tuner looks to fit the needs of overclockers and gamers by offering complete control over a graphics card’s clock speeds and voltage. After spending the last few years watching the competition introduce overclocking software, PowerColor is now trying their hand at designing a solution of their own.  But does their new PowerUp Tuner have [...]

January 15th, 2013, 9:43 AM

ASRock Updates AM3+ Lineup With Flagship 990FX Extreme9

Instead of being content to retain the status quo, ASRock is forging ahead with a flagship 990FX motherboard for AMD’s newest generation of Vishera processors.  Much like the Z77 and X79 versions before it, the new 990FX Extreme 9 is packed to the brim with features and includes plenty of options for both gamers and [...]

January 14th, 2013, 7:40 PM

With AMD’s Game Bundle Expired, What’s Next?

Having quickly gone through its allotment of free titles, AMD’s aggressive game bundle promo has ended but have we seen the last of the free game inclusion?   Back in late October, AMD unveiled a promotion which shook the graphics card market to its core.  By offering up to three free games with the purchase [...]

January 11th, 2013, 12:32 AM

Samsung Expresses Doubts About Windows RT

Microsoft’s efforts to put its Windows ecosystem on ARM has hit another roadblock with a major OEM claiming it was planning on skipping the U.S market in its launch of Windows RT devices. According to CNET, Samsung won’t be launching its Qualcomm-powered Windows RT Ativ Tab in the United States and does currently not have [...]