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  • In Win 707 Full-tower Chassis

    Sleek, Stylish, If Slightly Strange – A Review Of The In Win 707 Full-Tower Chassis

    In Win may not be as well-known as many of its competitors in the PC chassis market, but it makes some eye-catching products. Its 707 is certainly one of those. Styling-wise, it’s a knockout. But the beauty of a PC chassis is more than just skin-deep. Join us as we get inside the In Win 707 and put it through the Techgage wringer.

    May 18, 2015 | J.D. Kane | Cases & PSUs
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    Fractal Design Define R5 Dual Loop Water Cooling Build Log

    After we posted our look at Fractal Design’s Define R5 a couple of months ago, it didn’t take long before Matt was craving not just a chassis upgrade, but a water cooling one, as well. With the chassis in hand, join him as he takes you through the process of setting up a dual loop setup, and tells you what he thinks of working with the Define R5.

    May 11, 2015 | Matthew Harris | Cases & PSUs, Cooling
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    COUGAR 500K Gaming Keyboard Review

    While the PC peripheral market has been obsessed with mechanical keyboards the last couple of years, not everyone has the budget nor desire for such devices. Rubber-dome may be a dirty word when it comes to high-end peripherals, but they are still relevant and a proven key switch type. COUGAR’s budget orientated 500K shows what a classic mix of rubber and a burning passion for games can produce.

    May 6, 2015 | Jamie Fletcher | Peripherals
  • GIGABYTE X99-UD4 Motherboard

    GIGABYTE X99-UD4 Motherboard Review

    Building an X99-based machine and want a great “sweet-spot” motherboard? GIGABYTE’s X99-UD4 is well worth the consideration, as it delivers a lot of functionality for its <$250 price-tag, tosses in a couple of extras we might not “need” but do appreciate, and sports a solid design. Let’s check it out.

    May 4, 2015 | Rob Williams | Motherboards
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    A Look At Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC

    The latest revision to Photoshop Lightroom, called CC (or 6), is a typical Adobe release. That’s to say, there are some real steps forward, as well as some exciting features, but it seems we can never be without a frustrating misfire or two. The latest release is a definite improvement, but there’s still a lot of room to grow.

    May 1, 2015 | Brett Thomas | Software
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    Grand Theft Auto V Review

    GTA has taken us from a 2D top-down simulator to a 3D third-person shooter. We’ve been taken back to the 80’s in Vice City and brought back with GTA V. The series has always strived to be innovative, push the bounds of propriety, and focus on a singular theme. Does GTA V’s eclectic multi-person story live up to its predecessors?

    April 29, 2015 | Brandon Mietzner | Gaming

Tech News

GPU Hotness Right Around The Corner: AMD’s Rx 300 Series & NVIDIA’s GTX 980 Ti

Published on May 25, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (0)
AMD Radeon R9 290

It’s beginning to look like some graphics cards are going to help usher in our western summer, as both AMD’s Radeon Rx 300 series and NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 980 Ti are both rumored to launch within the next month. Of these, the most notable release revolves around AMD, for two reasons. For…..

YouTube Has Just Rolled Out 60 FPS Streaming

Published on May 21, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (0)
YouTube 60 FPS Streaming

Following up on its launch of 60 FPS playback last November, YouTube has just announced that it’s extending the capability to streaming. This move proves that while Google lost out to Amazon in the hunt for Twitch.tv, the company hasn’t given up on the streaming market. As with regular 60 FPS playback, gamers…..

Rockstar Games Sues BBC Over ‘Game Changer’ Drama

Published on May 21, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (0)
Grand Theft Auto III

When I first learned that the BBC was producing a drama that depicted the earliest days of Rockstar Games and its Grand Theft Auto series, it took nothing more for me to get excited about it. However, a major flaw has just been exposed with the production: Rockstar Games itself had nothing…..

Dell Updates Its Backup Business Lineup With DL4300, DL1000 1TB Appliances

Published on May 19, 2015 by Greg King | Comment (0)
Dell DL4300 Disk Appliance

Expanding upon its already established backup appliance lineup, Dell introduces brand-new DL4300 and DL1000 devices. Powered by the company’s PowerEdge server hardware and AppAssure software, both backup appliances are available as of today. The DL4300 is an entirely new offering from Dell and ships with the latest version of the award-winning AppAssure backup, replication and…..

Techgage – Responding to Changes On The Internet

Published on May 19, 2015 by Jamie Fletcher | Comment (3)
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Not too long ago, Google made an announcement that mobile should be at the forefront of webpage design. Gone are the days of squeezing desktop based Internet browsing onto a 3-inch screen. To further this point, Google decided to make the rather controversial decision to effectively penalize sites that do not scale…..

NVIDIA Releases The Witcher 3 Game Ready GeForce Driver, In-depth Tweaking Guide

Published on May 18, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (0)
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We wrote just earlier that NVIDIA released its first WHQL driver for Windows 10 over the weekend, and now, just in time for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the company’s rolled out another one, this time for Windows 8 and earlier. GeForce 352.86’s main focus is The Witcher 3, so if you’re not going…..

NVIDIA Releases WHQL GeForce Driver For Windows 10 Preview

Published on May 18, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (0)
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NVIDIA sure doesn’t mess around. I wouldn’t have even thought that it’d be possible to release a WHQL driver for an unreleased OS, but it is, and NVIDIA decided to capitalize on it. GeForce 352.84 becomes the first official stable driver from NVIDIA for Windows 10, and as such, there are no…..

Sleek, Stylish, If Slightly Strange – A Review Of The In Win 707 Full-Tower Chassis

Published on May 18, 2015 by Techgage Staff | Comment (0)
In Win 707 Full-tower Chassis

In Win may not be as well-known as many of its competitors in the PC chassis market, but it makes some eye-catching products. Its 707 is certainly one of those. Styling-wise, it’s a knockout. But the beauty of a PC chassis is more than just skin-deep. Join us as we get inside…..

NVIDIA’s GRID Service Reaches 50 Titles, Introduces 60 FPS 1080p Streaming

Published on May 12, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (0)
NVIDIA GRID - Dirt 3 Complete Edition

NVIDIA’s GRID service has just reached a big milestone: it now features 50 titles. 2009’s Bionic Commando became the 50th, and as we covered last month, Dirt 3: Complete Edition, LEGO Movie the Videogame and Strider helped lead up to that. To celebrate the occasion, NVIDIA has just rolled out a much-requested…..

Kingston Bests G.SKILL, Shows Off DDR4-3000 128GB Kit Of Memory

Published on May 11, 2015 by Rob Williams | Comment (1)
Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4 - Kit of 8

A couple of weeks ago, G.SKILL came out of nowhere with a mammoth 128GB kit of DDR4 memory. Perhaps the most impressive thing about it was the fact that no current X99-based motherboard (that I’m aware of) supports more than 64GB officially, so even if 128GB is overkill for almost everyone, it’s…..