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MSI Afterburner comes to Android

  MSI has shown us a rather interesting Android application for their Afterburner GPU overclocking tool. Of course, Gigabyte and ASUS have similar tool for their motherboards before but this time round, it is for graphics cards. Anyway, this app allows overclockers using Android based smartphones or tablets to overclock their

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ASUS ROG Full Line-up at COMPUTEX 2011

ASUS unveils a number of ROG products at COMPUTEX 2011 and they are : G74Sx gaming notebook powered by NVIDIA GTX 560M, CG8565 Gaming System watercooled, Maximus IV GENE-Z, Maximus IV Extreme-Z, Crosshair V Formula, MATRIX GTX580, MARS II, Vulcan ANC gaming headset with active noise-cancelling technology and lastly, VG278H 3D 27-inch display.

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ASUS Unveils Water-Cooled ROG Gaming PC

Another interesting concept from the ASUS ROG press conference is the ROG CG8565 Gaming System, a watercooled gaming desktop PC that poses a challenge to the Alienware PCs as well as other customed gaming PCs system builders. It has a stealth fighter-inspired design with its angular, matte black exterior. It is

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Motherboards

Foxconn Quantum Force is back with X79

  Lucky enough, we have spotted a great looking black and red themed board in one of the darkest rooms within COMPUTEX and this somehow rekindles our memories back to the days of first black and red board from Foxconn Quantum Force series : BloodRage. It is certainly pleasing to

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Computex Best Choice Awards 2011

Although we're still a week away from Computex, that doesn't mean things aren't already happening in Taipei. The Computex Best Choice Awards 2011 winners were announced on Tuesday and although most of the products are the kind of things you'd expect to win an award, there were some products we'd

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NVIDIA To Launch Desktop Optimus / Synergy at COMPUTEX

NVIDIA plans to launch their Desktop Optimus a.k.a Synergy at COMPUTEX Taipei this coming June and the best thing is that it is available freely and no license agreement is needed. This technology works pretty much similar to LucidLogix's Virtu where it allows dynamic swapping between iGPU and dGPU based

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