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Thermaltake Core V51 Mid-Tower Chassis

Surprise, Surprise – Thermaltake Core V51 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

Posted on December 17, 2014 in Full-Tower

Surprises, for the most part, are a good thing. I’ve never owned a Thermaltake chassis before, so I didn’t know what to expect from the Core V51. So, one way or the other, I was sure to be surprised with it. And, it did surprise me in many ways. Read on to see whether or not the surprises were the good kind, or the not-so-good.

Ubisoft's The Crew

The Crew Review: Life In The Not so Fast Lane

Posted on December 15, 2014 in Gaming

The Crew is Ubisoft’s newest franchise, and it’s been touting it hard as being the ultimate racer. As it puts gamers squarely in the driver’s seat with a license to go fast either solo or with friends, we have some questions: Does it have what it takes to overtake the competition? Or does it use too much NOS and burn itself out?

ASUSTOR AS-204TE NAS

ASUSTOR AS-204TE 4-bay NAS Review

Posted on December 8, 2014 in Network-Attached Storage

We have taken a look at many NAS solutions over the years, but it’s not often that we get to check out a model from a vendor we’ve never had the chance to look at before. So, it’s with great intrigue that we check out ASUSTOR’s AS-204TE, a four-bay NAS solution designed for home use.

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Far Cry 4 Review: Can You Take Me Higher?

Posted on December 4, 2014 in Gaming

Things have changed in the Far Cry series. We are no longer on a sunny tropical island. Instead, we’re now being taken to new heights in a fictional country called Kyrat, which resides in the Himalayan region. Let’s find out if this change of scenery breathes new life into the series, or if it suffocates from reaching too high.

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Dragon Age Inquisition Review: Roaring Back To Life

Posted on December 1, 2014 in Gaming

Dragon Age Origins took many RPG fans by immense surprise, with its lengthy story, fascinating characters, brilliant control scheme and et cetera. Unfortunately, its second installment was the exact opposite. But now, we have Dragon Age Inquisition: Did BioWare learn from its mistakes or did it just roll another critical number one?

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ASUS’ Poseidon GTX 980 Merges Air & Liquid Cooling To Achieve 27ºC Drop Over Reference Design

by Rob Williams on December 17, 2014 9:00 AM EST
ASUS Poseidon Platinum GTX 980 - Packaging

When you’re looking to eke as much performance out of a piece of hardware as possible, especially while trying to keep temperatures modest, nothing beats liquid cooling. But as attractive as liquid cooling is, it often introduces a number of harsh caveats. One example is with the fact that most GPU waterblocks are not effective […]

Surprise, Surprise – Thermaltake Core V51 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

by Techgage Staff on December 17, 2014 7:00 AM EST
Thermaltake Core V51 Mid-Tower Chassis

Surprises, for the most part, are a good thing. I’ve never owned a Thermaltake chassis before, so I didn’t know what to expect from the Core V51. So, one way or the other, I was sure to be surprised with it. And, it did surprise me in many ways. Read on to see whether or […]

NVIDIA Adds 8 Great Titles To GRID In First Month Of Service’s Launch

by Rob Williams on December 16, 2014 3:00 PM EST
NVIDIA GRID on NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet

In mid-November, NVIDIA made a number of cool announcements, with arguably the biggest being that its GRID cloud service was becoming official. As the service had been in beta for quite some time prior to that, it was a bit of a relief to finally see the company pulling the trigger – it meant that some tasty […]

Total Charity Donations Through Humble Bundle Top $50,000,000

by Rob Williams on December 16, 2014 2:00 PM EST
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Believe it or not, Humble Bundle will be turning five this coming May – and what a five years it’s been. When the first bundle released way back in 2010, Humble Bundle as a whole became an instant hit. The ability to buy great games at your own price had serious appeal, and while some […]

The Crew Review: Life In The Not so Fast Lane

by Techgage Staff on December 15, 2014 7:00 AM EST
Ubisoft's The Crew

The Crew is Ubisoft’s newest franchise, and it’s been touting it hard as being the ultimate racer. As it puts gamers squarely in the driver’s seat with a license to go fast either solo or with friends, we have some questions: Does it have what it takes to overtake the competition? Or does it use […]

Here’s Something Entirely New: A Wireless CHERRY Keyboard, by CHERRY

by J.D. Kane on December 11, 2014 12:43 PM EST
CHERRY JD-0700 Wireless Keyboard

Now, everyone who hasn’t been living under a rock knows that the German company CHERRY is the world’s biggest and most popular supplier of mechanical keyboard switches. With the ongoing proliferation of mechanical keyboards, the CHERRY name keeps getting spread ever farther, ever wider. Most of the big hitters of the PC peripheral market space […]

Samsung Debuts Impressive 850 EVO Line of SSDs

by Robert Tanner on December 10, 2014 5:00 PM EST
Samsung 850 EVO SSD - Angled

Samsung has unveiled its latest creation, the 850 EVO solid-state drive family. The 850 EVO is slated to be the successor to the incredibly popular 840 EVO line of SSDs. While the 850 Pro retains the flagship performance and endurance spotlight, the EVO slots in as the more budget-friendly alternative. The 840 EVO was the […]

Contest: NVIDIA and Techgage Team Up To Give You Far Cry 4

by Techgage Staff on December 8, 2014 9:00 AM EST
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It might be a little hard to believe, but the Far Cry series is well into its tenth year, and as its name suggests, Far Cry 4 is its fourth major release. While sometimes a long-running series runs the chance of growing stale, Ubisoft defied that from being the case here: Simply put, Far Cry […]

ASUSTOR AS-204TE 4-bay NAS Review

by Techgage Staff on December 8, 2014 7:00 AM EST
ASUSTOR AS-204TE NAS

We have taken a look at many NAS solutions over the years, but it’s not often that we get to check out a model from a vendor we’ve never had the chance to look at before. So, it’s with great intrigue that we check out ASUSTOR’s AS-204TE, a four-bay NAS solution designed for home use. […]

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel’s Season Pass Delivers More Frustration Than Content

by Rob Williams on December 5, 2014 9:00 AM EST
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When Gearbox released Borderlands in 2009, I’m not sure many people would have accurately predicted what the series would become. It wouldn’t even surprise me if Gearbox had no intentions of a sequel at that point. But, the company did want to make a massive impression with its new IP, and helped that by releasing four high-quality […]

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