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PC

This is almost the sci-fi gaming desk of my dreams

gaming desks, and even PCs within desks, we haven't really had smart desks. Which is kind of what Lumina is promising with the first programmable desk and it looks as sleek and shiny as it does largely impractical for my own personal work style. But with an inlaid OLED panel in the desktop I can't […]Read More

PC

You knew the first recorded computer bug was a literal

Nvidia's next generation of professional graphics hardware, and the H[opper]100 Tensor Core GPU.  It's datacentre stuff, and won't mean a lot to PC gamers, but we owe a lot to Dr. Hopper herself. She was one of the first computer programmers, and helped develop COBOL, a language for data processors that pioneered the use of […]Read More

Xbox

Outbreak: Shades of Horror Demo Available Now!

Summary 2000s-era cinematic online co-op survival horror lives in Outbreak: Shades of Horror, just announced for Xbox Series X|S. Experience the undead nightmare with immersive bleeding edge graphics and classic survival horror gameplay Your choice of first-person, third-person or retro fixed camera angles Play the single-player atmospheric teaser demo now on Xbox Series X|S for […]Read More

Xbox

For Honor’s Medjay Hero Arrives July 28

For Honor’s newest Hero, the Medjay, will arrive in Heathmoor July 28 on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One. Neferkha is an Outlander, the last descendant of Pharaohs, who has traveled to Heathmoor to remove the powers of the Scarab Bracelet relic stolen by the Viking Jarl Bolthorn at the beginning of Year 6 Season […]Read More

PC

Corsair Xeneon 32UHD144

$999 | £899 As for the Xeneon’s broader physical attributes, as tested it comes with Corsair’s familiar stand. It’s a hefty affair with an elaborate metal base. We don’t doubt the quality, but it’s not the most ergonomic solution and uses up a lot of desk space. As it happens, the stand is actually optional. […]Read More

PC

Raptor Lake appears to enjoy a 20% performance boost from

Cinebench R23 result and plenty of gaming benchmarks is news that DDR5 could well make a significant difference for Intel's 13th Gen chips. It's not a small difference either, with one benchmark showing a 20% uplift from making the switch to DDR5 over DDR4. It's early days, and there's no way to verify these claims […]Read More