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MathMilitary MARPAT Corsair 760T Mod

Corsair 760T MARPAT Mod

There are many military themed mods out there but French modder Mathieu “MathMilitary” Delsuc is unique in that he intends to bridge the gap between the rugged military aesthetic with sleek modernity and clean functionality. Using a Corsair 760T full-tower case, Mathieu has built a water-cooled system that is steeped in style inspired by US marine digital camo patterns. Modder ... Read More »

AMD Appoints Dr. Lisa Su as Chief Executive Officer


Replacing Rory Read, former Chief Operating Officer Dr. Lisa Su is now appointed as AMD’s Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Su is an engineer with extensive semi-conductor experience so it is an interesting move on AMD’s part and can be viewed as a step forward in advancing their technology once again after Read’s appointment in 2011 whose primary focus was stabilizing ... Read More »

Noctua Adds 92, 80 and 40mm Fan Models to their A-series

Noctua NF-A9 PWM 92mm

Distinctly tan and brown Noctua fans get three new additions to the family: 92, 80 and 40mm A-series fans. Noctua’s A-series fans are their flagship series designed for heatsink use (high static pressure) and features their Advanced Acoustic Optimization (AAO) technology. According to Noctua CEO Roland Messig, it took three years to develop this design so that it meets their ... Read More »

ASUS to Lower Motherboard Prices


ASUS, the world’s current leading motherboard manufacturer known for their cutting edge Republic of Gamer series is slashing prices on their motherboard line to maintain market lead, according to Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) reports. The prices are to be dropped by 5-10% to reach ASUS’ targeted aim of 22.1 million units sold by the end of 2014, current ASUS motherboards ... Read More »

Cooler Master Mizar Mouse Now Available


Cooler Master initially showed off their Mizar with the Alcor gaming mouse at CES 2014 earlier this year in Las Vegas. Now, the right-handed contoured Mizar is finally available in the North American market.  Equipped with an Avago 9800 laser sensor, the Mizar is capable of up to 8200 DPI and can be switched up and down live through butDPI ... Read More »

RAZER announces that Tencent comes on board to the NABU


Razer announced that Tencent, one of the world’s largest gaming companies will be integrating their mobile games with the Nabu, the world’s first truly social smartband with smartwatch and fitness band capabilities. The integration between the Nabu and Timi Run Everyday is a world’s first for a mobile game and a wearable. It allows Timi Run Everyday players to utilize ... Read More »

Nvidia introduces the SHIELD tablet and the SHIELD wireless controller

Shield Tablet

Nvidia introduced the newest additions to the SHIELD family, the SHIELD tablet and the SHIELD wireless controller. The SHIELD tablet is first and foremost an awesome tablet – it has an 8″ Full HD display, booming front facing speakers, and a GPU accelerated stylus. Powered by the worlds most advanced mobile processor, Tegra K1, and paired with the SHIELD wireless ... Read More »

18 tickets to the MOA Finals Available during MSI MOA 2014 Qualifiers

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18 tickets to the MOA Finals up for grabs during MSI MOA 2014 Qualifiers MOA Qualifiers and ‘Xtreme’ photo sharing event kick off MSI, the leading motherboard and graphics cards brand, officially kicks off the qualifying rounds of this year’s MSI Master Overclocking Arena (MOA), the global overclocking competition reaching its seventh annual event that has set a class of ... Read More »

Oculus Responds To ZeniMax With ‘John Carmack Did Not Take Any IP’

Facebook Inc. is blasting legal claims of intellectual property theft against Oculus, which it agreed to acquire in March. Oculus, maker of the popular virtual reality (VR) headset known as the Rift, is being sued by ZeniMax Media over its claims that John Carmack used stolen intellectual property to develop the Rift. Oculus used software made by Carmack while he ... Read More »