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PowerColor sent over a second 2.5-slot Hawaii-based card. The first was MSI's R9 290X Lightning. This one, the PCS+ R9 290X is both lighter and less expensive. Does PowerColor out-engineer MSI and score an...
You can now stream your games from one PC to the other.
Now might be a good time to upgrade a few PC components.
The white Razer Taipan gaming mouse has arrived.
The Elder Scrolls Online has been out for a little over three weeks, which is a safe enough distance from the initial faltering and failings of traditionally rocky MMO launches to provide a genuine review of...
A PC version has not been ruled out.
Gamers can get a free copy of Watch Dogs by purchasing a qualified GPU card from Nvidia.
The oh-so-shiny Elemental tech demo of the Unreal Engine 4 can now be run on your PC.
Kingston's HyperX gaming headset finally hits shelves.
Someone has a lot of time on their hands.
Mojang's subscription service is now available here in the States.
Three new models were added to the XL-Z series.
BioWare and EA have set the street date for the latest Dragon Age title.
Nvidia is in the process of rolling out its GeForce GTX 800M-series graphics modules. Despite the new name, we're still looking at GK104-based GPUs. One thing is for sure, though: the processor is running...
The Nvidia Shield 2 will likely have the Tegra K1 processor.
According to Stoic and Albert Ransom, King's settled its trademark disputes with both of them.
AMD is now offering the Never Settle Forever bundle to a wider range of cards.
Virtual World Web is collaborating with Oculus VR and Virtuix.
Don't expect Beyond Earth to be VR friendly.
Just in case you needed further proof that Oculus Rift will change the world.
VisionTek's CryoVenom R9 290LE has pretty packaging.
Ars Technica compiled 172 Steam profiles-worth of data to make the call that 36 percent of registered games remain unplayed.
It's only temporary.
A PC classic has arrived on Google Play.
Nvidia's KitKat update for Shield allows you to run GameStream from far, far away.
Sources say it may not be until November before we see the final product.