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Game, Stream & Automate Your Home From A Set-top Box: A Look At NVIDIA’s SHIELD (2017)

by Greg King on March 21, 2017 in Gaming, Peripherals, Systems

NVIDIA’s first generation SHIELD Android TV released only a couple of years ago, but a lot has changed in that short amount of time. Home automation and streaming technologies have taken off, and NVIDIA looks to address them with this second iteration. As an added bonus, everything else gets a good polish, making this a crazy attractive set-top streamer.

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Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB Gaming Mouse Review

by Ryan Perry on February 6, 2017 in Gaming, Peripherals

Corsair is no stranger to the world of gaming peripherals, and 2015’s Scimitar RGB mouse is no stranger to MMO and MOBA games. However, the lack of onboard profile storage hurt its flexibility somewhat. With that corrected, and with a powerful new sensor and updated profile creation software, the newly released Scimitar Pro RGB is poised to stand at the top of the gaming hill.


Tesoro Zone Balance Gaming Chair Review

by Ryan Perry on January 23, 2017 in Gaming, Peripherals

If your butt is left hurting as a result of your chair instead of getting pwn3d by n00bs, then today’s look at the Tesoro Zone Balance gaming chair is for you. We take an in depth look at each of the components and features of Tesoro’s first offering in this market segment, then run it through several weeks of testing that we can really get behind. Our review is better than our humour, so read on!

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Mid-Range Gaming PC Build Guide 2016

by Jamie Fletcher on December 9, 2016 in Gaming, Systems

Looking to put together a decent gaming rig? This build guide will help you get started, and throw some advice on how to plan for future upgrades. While the focus here is on 1080p in modern titles, this rig will handle 1440p with a large number of titles, plus 100 FPS+ with popular eSports titles like Overwatch and CS: GO.

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Chill With Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition

by Jamie Fletcher on December 8, 2016 in Gaming, Graphics & Displays, Software

A year on from the initial Radeon Crimson software release, AMD is pushing out a huge update today for all you Radeon fans. Dubbed Radeon Crimson ReLive Edition, the updated software stack introduces a whole mass of new features, such as frame limiting with Chill, game recording and streaming with ReLive, plus a unification of the driver stack for all Radeon graphics cards.

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