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Wouldn't it be great if you had a caddy of some sort to keep your mobile devices charged and ready? That's exactly what PrimeCables' C05132 purports to be. But is it well-built? We tear it apart to find out.

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AMD is launching new 2nd Gen Ryzen processors, but the unsung hero is the X470 chipset. Does this Gigabyte board stand out among many competing mobos?

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Pagefile in Windows 10 is a hidden system file with the .SYS extension that is stored on your computer’s system drive (usually C:\). The Pagefile allows the computer to perform smoothly by reducing the workload of the physical memory, or RAM.

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In which we recap the week's news.

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Google puts an end to domain fronting on its cloud platform after Russia blocked millions of its IP addresses in the country in an attempt to block Telegram.

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Water cooling expert EK announced its entrance into the boutique PC market with its new Fluid Gaming pre-built systems, which feature AMD Ryzen 2000-series processors and Nvidia GTX 1000-series graphics cards.

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Given the choice, which of these leading high-speed display interfaces should you be using for PC gaming? The Tom's team explains.

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Oculus slipped in a mention of AR in its blog post about it's new Terms of Service even though the company doesn’t currently offer AR hardware. Does that mean Oculus has a surprise coming?

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The ThinkPad-maker topped Laptop Mag's Best and Worst Brand ratings--and for good reason.

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Thermaltake launched a new gaming mouse at CES 2018, the Tt eSports Iris Optical RGB gaming mouse. It’s an entry level product that aims to provide great bang for buck performance.

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posted 2 days ago on tom's hardware
Adata adds to the RGB-lighted memory race with its Spectrix D40 line. We check out the performance and tuneability of its AX4U300038G16-QRS to answer the question of value.

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Now’s your chance to top up your VR content library. Valve is running a VR sale from now through Monday, April 23.

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Barely a week after announcing its 5GHz overclocking achievement, Adata officially released the Spectrix D41 RGB memory.

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Is the Zen+ CPU architecture worth the premium over Zen? We put this survey together to find out!

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G.Skill announced the availability of new, higher-speed memory kits in its AMD-version Trident Z and Sniper X product lines.

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Oculus announced some changes to its privacy policy and terms of service, as well as a new My Privacy Center, ahead of the GDPR rules going into effect in May.

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Stay up to date with all of Tom’s Hardware’s latest coverage on AMD’s latest motherboard chipset (X470).

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Although there’s no shortage of AMD talk here on Tom’s Hardware, we’d like to take this moment, on the dawn of 2nd-gen Ryzen’s release, to discuss how the red team might just be at a major crossroad.

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posted 3 days ago on tom's hardware
Up to 1.5 billion Facebook users will no longer legally benefit from the upcoming GDPR rules in the European Union, as the company moves them to its U.S. HQ, where privacy rules are much more relaxed.

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TaskRabbit, a company that connects "Taskers" willing to do odd jobs with "Clients" who need those jobs done, brought its app and website back online after an unspecified "cybersecurity incident."

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AMD claims the Ryzen 7 2700X brings up to a 20% productivity boost, and is near-equivalent in gaming to Intel's Coffee Lake chips. Does it live up to the hype?

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EVGA's G2 line-up established the company as a force in PSUs. Its new G3 units promise even better performance and more compact dimensions. The SuperNOVA 650 G3 we're reviewing today is a worthy successor, with a few caveats.

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Here are the best performing RAM kits we’ve tested: computer memory that’s ideal for gaming, video editing and graphics-heavy applications.

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Intel announced some new innovations in anti-virus technology that leverage GPUs and AI to enhance malware protection.

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Chrome 66 improved its protection against Spectre/Meltdown bugs with Site Isolation, while Microsoft promised further anti-phishing protection with its own Windows Defender Protection for Chrome.

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