Preview: Featuring 4GB memory and backplate
Nvidia launched GTX 960 series back in January, making it the first mainstream graphics card based on the company's new Maxwell architecture. Until now, all GTX 960 graphics card were equipped with 2GB memory.
Coming in November with Steam OS, GTX 970M and M.2 SSD drive
Valve showed off 13 different Steam Machine from various manufacturers at its CES 2014 Press Conference, but as we know now, after a long wait it emerged that the devices would be delayed.
Review: Silence all the time and decent gaming performance
Gigabyte’s GTX 960 G1 Gaming is one of the best, if not the best GTX 960 graphics card on the market, although it does not shine in terms of value.
Intel-based mini-PC runs Windows 8.1 or Android
MINIX showed the MINIX NEP Z64 back in September, but the new device was not available until today. MINIX is well known for its Android small form factor PCs such as the Minix Neo X8 H, however, the NEO Z64 is different because it is based on Intel’s Android Bay Trail 22nm silicon.
Preview: Mid-range Maxwell with GPU and memory overclock
The memory overclock really does much to increase gaming results, and GLH is faster that many GTX 960 competitors cards which have higher GPU clock, but no memory overclock. This was a good call on Gainward’s part.
Review: High factory overclock and silent cooler
Nvidia’s Geforce GTX 980 and GTX 970 are extremely powerful and successful graphics cards, and now with the GTX 960 the power efficient Maxwell architecture is available to mainstream consumers.
Preview: Great overal design and high overclock
The G1 Gaming card looks more like high end graphics card, and we really like the looks.
Review: Microsoft branded Lumia
On paper, the Lumia 535 looks like a very good deal, and it would be – had we not run into a number of serious input issues that were not successfully addressed by the latest software update.
Review: Intel Z97 Express chipset in Black Edition
The Gigabyte Z97X-UD5H-BK Black Edition delivers an excellent out-of-the box user experience which comes as no surprise.