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The Old King of Gaming: Intel Core i7-8700K Revisited

It’s time we revisited the good old Core i7-8700K, an Intel CPU we’re rather fond of after it remained at the top of the game for quite some time, and maybe even today. But not everyone may have the same kind of feeling towards it. If you were building a gaming PC around four years…

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Save 33% on a gaming Dream on this 43-inch curved monitor

Lenovo Ultrawide curved monitors are still rare enough that they turn heads. Literally, because at 40 inches or more, you have to turn your head to take it all in. But ultrawide displays are increasingly popular alternatives to standard monitors and side-by-side dual monitors. The Lenovo Legion Y44w-10 is a real beast at 43.4 inches,…

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4K gaming eh? Right When it starts, we’ll see videos and articles…

It has been a few months since Sony launched its XH90 series of 4K TVs. Available from May in four screen sizes, the XH90 series costs between £1,299 and £3,299 in the UK and €1,549 and €3,949 in Europe. All XH90 models are based on Sony’s 4K HDR Processor X1 and run Android TV out…

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Zephyr Gaming Mouse: First Impressions of the gaming mouse with a built-in fan

The Zephyr Gaming Mouse is an interesting experiment, but our prototype has many shortcomings. (Image source: Notebookcheck)The Zephyr Gaming Mouse resembles many other gaming mice with its RGB lighting and over the top design. However, it also includes a built-in fan that Zephyr Gaming claims can cool your hand. We have been using a prototype…

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The best cheap gaming laptop deals for August 2020

A lot has changed in the world of laptops over the last decade. Touchscreens, 2-in-1 designs, and featherweight ultrabooks proliferate now, but some of the greatest advancements have been made in the gaming laptop market. Once seen as a questionable value that lagged well behind their desktop counterparts, today’s gaming laptops can easily stand toe-to-toe…

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Xbox gaming, Windows drive Microsoft’s sales as the world works from home

Microsoft has subscription religion, and the Xbox Game Pass is the latest example of that. Microsoft Today’s Best Tech Deals Picked by PCWorld’s Editors Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect’s Editors As consumers worked on Windows PCs during the pandemic and played games on their Xbox in the evening, Microsoft benefited from both…

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The best CPUs for gaming

Updated Game on with these picks for every budget. Rob Schultz/IDG Today’s Best Tech Deals Picked by PCWorld’s Editors Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect’s Editors Table of Contents Show More Buying a processor for a gaming rig isn’t as hard as it used to be. Now that Ryzen 3000-series and Intel’s 10th-gen…

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Forget PS5: AMD Big Navi for gaming PCs could launch in November

Home News (Image credit: AMD) AMD BIg Navi is set to bring its Nvidia GeForce killing-power to the gaming PCs just as the PS5 and Xbox Series X make their debut around November time. According to YouTube channel Moore’s Law is Dead, a source familiar with AMD’s next-generation graphics card plans said: “AMD has its sights…

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Best gaming computers to build or buy for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020

Microsoft’s Flight Simulator 2020 comes out next month, and it’s going to be awesome. I’m stoked to play it. Many think this gorgeous game needs high-end specs to run, and while PC games always prefer expensive hardware, due to extra processing power, you won’t need a $3,000 desktop to enjoy Flight Simulator 2020. Head below…

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Dell G5 15 SE (2020) review: the best gaming laptop under $1,000

Dell’s G5 15 SE is focused. It’s not the best-looking gaming laptop or the fastest out there, but starting at $879.99, its AMD Ryzen processor and RX 5600M graphics chip make for a great tag team. Along with other speedy components like fast RAM, an NVMe SSD, and a 144Hz refresh rate display, this Dell…