posted 6 days ago on tom's hardware
In the few short months since Computex, Colorful has finished the work on its VR Backpack and launched it onto the Chinese market. While in Shenzhen, I was able to visit Colorful and test out the finished model first-hand.

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Fractal Design announced its new Dynamic X2 fan series with LLS bearings.

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posted 6 days ago on tom's hardware
Google announced that Chrome apps will be deprecated starting at the end of this year.

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Survios considers Raw Data an active VR game, but it’s the fear, not the cardio, that gets your heart racing. I didn’t think I’d ever be scared of the thought of encountering an android until I played Raw Data.

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Chinese OEM Colorful (aka Chaintech) recently announced that it will release a new Z170 motherboard in the US. Curious about the company’s plans for re-entering the U.S. Market, we went to meet with the company to find out more.

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Supporting DDR4-2400 in both XMP and SPD modes, Ballistix Sport LT promises to deliver both improved performance and increased capacity to notebook and certain compact desktop owners. We take a closer look.

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posted 7 days ago on tom's hardware
PCIe 4.0 will arrive in 2017 with double the bandwidth, but it will also boost the amount of power provided at the slot up to a minimum of 300W, which might eliminate the need for auxiliary power cables with some GPUs.

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Intel announced at IDF that it is now in volume production of its silicon photonics products, which blend a normal integrated circuit with semiconductor lasers to transport data at 100G speeds with existing Ethernet, InfiniBand and Omni-Path protocols.

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posted 7 days ago on tom's hardware
Did my BGE90M-CA tear-down make you at least a little curious about how much better or worse other small UPSes might be? Today is CyberPower’s EC350G’s turn.

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posted 8 days ago on tom's hardware
With a 3GB variant of the GTX 1060 now coming to light from Nvidia, it didn’t take long for board partners to capitalize on the new $200 GPU.

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
The different approaches to missions and levels are what make Eidos Montreal's latest game a success.

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
Intel’s product roadmap pointed to the release of the company’s optimized Kaby Lake products sometime in 2016, but so far they haven’t shown up. According to Colorful, however, Kaby Lake motherboards may arrive in October.

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Because shopping for bargains on new computer hardware can be a considerably time consuming endeavor, we regularly compile a list of the best deals.

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Gigabyte didn’t waste any time announcing its new Pascal-equipped laptops, and now the company is touting its GTX 1060 3 GB desktop GPUs, which come in three different flavors.

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
An NSA vulnerabilities trove published by the "Shadow Group" unveiled one exploit that could allow attackers to steal RSA private keys and other sensitive information from Cisco's PIX security appliances.

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AMDs stock is up another 11 percent today (as of the time of this writing), for a whopping total of 330 percent this year. AMD’s stock began skyrocketing earlier this year, but the rate of ascent is increasing after it unveiled its new Zen CPUs.

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G.Skill’s F4-3200C14Q-32GTZKW memory kit is black and white, but are the performance advantages of its DDR4-3200 C14 timings as stark as its appearance? We take a closer look.

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posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
Intel isn't sharing many details of its Project Alloy VR HMD, but we do have some close-up photos of it that give us enough information to wildly speculate about buttons, ports and sensors.

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Nvidia launched the 3GB version of its sub-$300 Pascal GPU, which brings Nvidia’s power efficient architecture closer to the $200 price point. Inno3D is offering three different graphics cards based on that GPU.

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posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
Every company, it seems, wants a piece of the mechanical keyboard market. Now, you can count Kingston among them.

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posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
I have to confess that I’ve never played any game in the "Witcher" series, and therefore I also haven’t played the Gwent minigame from the "Witcher 3: Wild Hunt." That changed this week: I had a hands-on demo of the new, standalone Gwent game at Gamescom.

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We saw a gameplay demo of Prey at Gamescom, and while we cannot show you that video, we can tell you what we saw.

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MSI’s lineup of Pascal graphics cards keeps getting bigger. Between the GeForce GTX 1080, GTX 1070 and GTX 1060, MSI has launched 25 of them so far this year, and with the release of the 3GB GTX 1060, the company has added six more.

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posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
There are a few days left until you get to play the next chapter of Adam Jensen's adventure.

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posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
The Ballistix-branded PCIe NVMe SSD is canceled as Micron prioritizes resources and investments during a sizeable workforce reduction.

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