Published on March 26, 2015 by Techgage Staff | Comment (0)
The 2015 GPU Technology Conference proved to be an exciting event with a number of big announcements and a slew of other cool bits of information. In this article, we’re going to take an in-depth look at the biggest announcements made at the show, as well as some of the lesser talked-about…..
Published on March 25, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (2)
Years ago, Internet access felt more like a luxury than a necessity – but fast-forward to today, and the situation has certainly changed. Now, it seems more people than not would consider Internet access to be a necessity. We use it to pay our bills, to research, to keep in touch –…..
Published on March 25, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (0)
Thecus has just launched a brand-new N5000-series NAS, and it packs one hell of a punch. Like all other N5000 series NASes, the N5810PRO includes five drive bays. Where it largely differs is with what’s under the hood, and at the back. Powering the N5810PRO is a beefier CPU – Intel’s Celeron…..
Published on March 25, 2015 by R Healy-Blennerhassett | Comment (1)
Night Dive Studios, through a collaboration between the minds behind the popular browser game Good Morning, Commander and After the Comet (still in development), is finally releasing Spirits of Xanadu on Steam, available for $14.99 from the 26th of March 2015. I had the chance to get some hands-on time with this surprisingly enjoyable…..
Published on March 24, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (3)
It’s not often that Canada’s CRTC instills me with much confidence, but its latest move is without question a great one. For far too long, cable TV providers have taken advantage of consumers in a number of different ways – overcharging for basic cable, and requiring consumers to shell out for big…..
Published on March 24, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (13)
As we discovered last week (not that it was a surprise), NVIDIA’s new GeForce GTX TITAN X is a seriously powerful graphics card. At 4K, it actually allows you to max out the graphical detail in most games and get playable framerates, or let you decrease some of the more superfluous settings…..
Published on March 23, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (3)
The hottest thing in the SSD universe right now is PCIe-based drives, either those that plug right into a PCIe slot, or an M.2 slot. At CES, we learned that Kingston would be dipping its toes into such waters, with its HyperX Predator. What we knew of the drive at that time…..
Published on March 23, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (0)
It might have taken a little while, but the first NVIDIA G-SYNC competitor is here – and who else to be behind it than AMD? Leveraging adaptive sync abilities made possible by the DisplayPort 1.2a spec, AMD’s ‘FreeSync’ shares the same goals as NVIDIA’s G-SYNC: Reducing (or removing) tearing, freeing you from…..
Published on March 23, 2015 by Techgage Staff | Comment (251)
After a slight contest hiatus due to travel, we’re back with another offering. This time, we’re teaming up with our good friends at Corsair to give away some Corsair Gaming peripherals: K65 RGB mechanical keyboard, Sabre RGB optical mouse, and an H2100 gaming headset. One lucky winner will win the entire lot,…..
Published on March 23, 2015 by Techgage Staff | Comment (0)
With so many devices out there, on many different operating systems, deciding which one you should purchase can be difficult. DuOS helps lessen that burden by providing an Android tablet experience on your Windows computer. Does DuOS step beyond the barriers that currently divide these OS’s, or are we still locked into…..