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Bioware's lead designer on the game revealed a few more tidbits about what we can expect from the new crafting mechanic in "Mass Effect: Andromeda."

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The products are based on the consumer-focused Raspberry Pi 3 released in February 2016, with modifications for business customers.

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Today we see a more humble case offering from be quiet!, the Pure Base 600.

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Id-Cooling believes its inch-thick 120mm closed-loop cooler can handle a mildly overclocked six-core LGA 2011-v3 processor. But should it? We take a closer look!

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Perhaps it’s somewhat ludicrous to offer to let people hear what something “silent” sounds like, but here we are.

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posted 7 days ago on tom's hardware
At CES, there are often a couple of intriguing bits of new tech we see that fly under the radar. Such was the case this year with the Lenovo Multimedia Controller.

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If nothing else, Gamdias seems to like consistency with its product names. Just as it previously announced its Hermes P1, E1, and M1 keyboards, it’s now introduced its Zeus P1, E1, and M1 gaming mice.

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Don't let the smaller size and new controller fool you. Even with its new features, owners of the previous Shield will still have access to all of the new content via a software update.

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How inexpensive can a motherboard be without giving up any of the Z270’s advanced features? How does MSI’s low cost Z270 SLI Plus address these? And how long will we continue using “Kaby Lake” headlines? We answer at least two of these questions!

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Even with summer gone, cooling remains a hot topic. How can the cooling performance of a graphics card be improved without replacing the cooler, or switching to liquid cooling? We'll cover some causes of poor cooling performance.

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
The small but growing contingent of mechanical keyboards sporting Cherry’s MX Speed (Silver) switches got another member at CES with Cooler Master’s MasterKeys S keyboard.

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When SilverStone caught wind of my automotive USB adapter round-up, it volunteered one of its own along with assorted other samples. Over time, the extras snowballed to the point of being worthy of a stash tour.

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At CES 2017, Roccat debuted not only a trio of mice (not to mention an analog gaming keyboard), but its own mouse sensor, which is the result of a venture with PixArt.

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The new mode will pit two teams of six players against each other in a mode that's a mix of Team Deathmatch and Capture the Flag.

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Razer's projector prototype is still in its early stages, but is it something you really need for your gaming setup?

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With declining subscription revenues and waning consumer interest, App.net's co-founders announced plans to completely shut down the platform on March 14.

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Last week when Kaby Lake launched, Biostar announced its Racing Z270GT9 motherboard as the company’s lone Z270 board. Now, the company has announced three additional boards to fill out its Z270 product line.

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WhatsApp has a "retransmission vulnerability" that would allow interception of end-to-end encrypted messages. The company has known about this for eight months but has so far refused to fix it, saying it's actually needed to send undelivered messages.

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Community Roundup is here to let you know the best of what's going on in the Tom's Hardware forums on a regular basis.

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How many more Cherry-switch keyboards does the world need? At least one more, apparently, as Thermaltake announced the Meka Pro, a keyboard that comes with Cherry MX Red, Brown, or Blue switches. For Thermaltake, at least, this is a variation on a theme,

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Borrowing most of its design from its Raven RVZ02, is Silverstone's Milo ML08 an optimal slim chassis choice for mini-ITX builders?

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It's a fifth "Ventus" mouse for Thermaltake; this one has an optical sensor and, of course, RGB lighting. Two zones.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
At its press event in Tokyo, Nintendo gave us new details on pricing, games, and various modes of play for its upcoming Nintendo Switch. Although the console is certainly unique, its $299 price tag may be a hard sell.

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Valve recently acquired Impulsonic, a little-known audio technology company that created physics-based audio spatialization software for game developers.

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Sony put out a call for beta testers to help squeeze out the final bugs from the next major PlayStation system software overhaul, which we expect to see later this year.

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