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Grey Goo Review: A Classic In A Modern Age

Grey Goo is the newest kid on the real-time strategy block. It was created by veteran RTS studio Petroglyph, and while this title may have the pedigree, does it mean that it will win our hearts and minds when going up against the crowd favorite MOBA? There’s only one way to find out.

March 27, 2015 | Brandon Mietzner | Gaming
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GTC 2015 In-depth Recap: Deep-learning, Quadro M6000, Autonomous Driving & More

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 items that are still worth highlighting.

March 26, 2015 | Rob Williams | Trade Shows
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DuOS Review: Bringing An Android Environment To Your Windows Device

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 one OS per device?

March 23, 2015 | Brandon Mietzner | Software
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The New Single GPU King Of The Hill: A Look At NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX TITAN X

Continuing its TITAN legacy, NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX TITAN X gives the gaming world its latest ‘ultimate’ offering. With sights set on 4K gaming, TITAN X gives us a sleek black card that boasts 3,072 CUDA cores and an absurd 12GB framebuffer on a 384-bit bus. Words are not needed – let’s dive in.

March 17, 2015 | Rob Williams | Graphics & Displays
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Fractal Design Define R5 Review: A Sleeper That Conquers With Features

Fractal Design is no stranger to the case market – it’s been in a well-deserved spot in the top-tier of case manufacturers. The company is well-known for its minimalistic aesthetics, versatility, quality, and above all, silence. The Define R4 was an incredible case – what is different in the Define R5? Follow me, I will show you!

March 16, 2015 | Tom Roeder | Cases & PSUs

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TG10: NVIDIA & Techgage Team Up To Give You Assassin’s Creed Unity!

Published on March 30, 2015 by Techgage Staff | Comment (24)
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During our 10th anniversary celebrations, we’ve offered up copies of Far Cry 4, Shadow of Mordor, Dying Light, and The Crew – all sponsored by our good friends at NVIDIA. Now, it’s time wrap-up our game offerings with a roof-leaping finish: Up for grabs are ten copies of Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Unity – an epic…..

Acronis Celebrates World Backup Day With Survey Results (Hint: You Need To Backup!)

Published on March 30, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (1)
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What would you do if you lost everything? That’s what the website behind the backup movement asks, and it’s a good question. All too often, those who have to deal with a hard drive failure don’t have the data on that drive backed up to another, or to the cloud. It’s just gone,…..

TG10: ASUS & Techgage Team Up To Give You Performance Gear!

Published on March 27, 2015 by Techgage Staff | Comment (301)
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We couldn’t imagine winding down our 10th anniversary celebration without ASUS – and so we won’t. ASUS is one of Techgage’s longest-running sponsors, and it also happens to hold the record for the number of articles we’ve done for a single company – 97 to date. So, what’s up for grabs? Everything…..

Average Internet Download Speed In US Rises 10Mbps Year Over Year

Published on March 27, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (4)
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It doesn’t seem like the Internet access situation in the US is getting much better, but those who are connected have a couple of reasons to smile. Via Cord Cutters News, Ookla’s Speedtest website has reported a 10Mbps boost to the average download speed in the US this month, compared to the same…..

EVGA Chills NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 980 With New HYBRID AIO Cooler

Published on March 27, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (1)
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The top-end temperature of NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 980 is about 80°C, and while that seems a bit high, it’s well within dangerous levels. Still, I wouldn’t blame anyone for wanting to see even lower temperatures (that goes for any piece of hardware, really), either for the piece-of-mind, reduction of overall system heat,…..

Grey Goo Review: A Classic In A Modern Age

Published on March 27, 2015 by Techgage Staff | Comment (0)
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Grey Goo is the newest kid on the real-time strategy block. It was created by veteran RTS studio Petroglyph, and while this title may have the pedigree, does it mean that it will win our hearts and minds when going up against the crowd favorite MOBA? There’s only one way to find…..

GTC 2015 In-depth Recap: Deep-learning, Quadro M6000, Autonomous Driving & More

Published on March 26, 2015 by Techgage Staff | Comment (0)
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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…..

A New First World Problem: Selling Your Home Due To A Lack Of Broadband Internet

Published on March 25, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (2)
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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 –…..

Thecus’s N5810PRO NAS Means Business: Includes Quad-core Processor, 5 LAN Ports

Published on March 25, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (0)
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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…..

Psychological Thriller ‘Spirits Of Xanadu’ Hits Steam On March 26th

Published on March 25, 2015 by R Healy-Blennerhassett | Comment (1)
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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…..