Tag: hardware

Netgear Nighthawk RS700S review

Netgear Nighthawk RS700S review

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You can almost hear Also Sprach Zarathustra playing as you unbox the latest Nighthawk. It may be named after…
Razer Fujin Pro review

Razer Fujin Pro review

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Not every gaming chair is a gilded throne with outspoken styling. Take the Razer Fujin Pro, it's a mesh…
Secretlab is asking the question: Can you be a true Warhammer 40k fan if you don’t have a purity seal on your gaming chair?

Secretlab is asking the…

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Games Workshop collaborations have been common fare since the Dark Ages, but this one is a bit unique as…
Alleged harassment and bullying at Linus Tech Tips ‘not substantiated’ and ‘false’ according to third-party investigation organised by tech channel

Alleged harassment and bullying…

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Linus Tech Tips has published a brief summary of a third-party investigation into allegations against the hardware review channel.…
Apple reportedly seeks to lock out its competitors from TSMC’s 2nm process, by booking all of its manufacturing capacity

Apple reportedly seeks to…

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Apple has long been cozy with TSMC, the manufacturer of the chips that end up in ever-popular iPhone, iPad…
DDR6 looks set to double data speeds over DDR5, with DDR6-21000 being the ultimate target

DDR6 looks set to…

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Every processor is limited in some way by the speed of memory, and DRAM manufacturers are pushing ahead with…
Glorious Model D 2 gaming mouse review

Glorious Model D 2…

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A good wireless gaming mouse needs a good many things. It needs to feel comfortable after hours of play,…
Microsoft’s auto AI upscaler will only be available on Snapdragon-powered Copilot+ AI PCs to begin with

Microsoft’s auto AI upscaler…

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Earlier this year, it came to light that Microsoft had been developing an AI upscaler for Windows, called Automatic…
3DMark Steel Nomad is now available to give your GPU an inferiority complex

3DMark Steel Nomad is…

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I'd wager that nearly every enthusiast gamer has run 3DMark at some point. For years it's been the go-to…
The world’s largest chipmaker could flip a kill switch and remotely disable its machines in the event of an invasion

The world’s largest chipmaker…

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TSMC is the world's largest chipmaker, and it produces a massive percentage of the world's advanced computer chips—by some…