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AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 1920X Review

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After much speculation and an official unveiling last week, it's finally time to see if Threadripper can bring competition to the high-end desktop segment while delivering the value and efficiency we've come to expect from other Ryzen processors.

Before we jump into the benchmarks, here's how we've set up the comparison. For this review,...

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FreeSync vs. G-Sync

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Adaptive sync display technologies from Nvidia and AMD have been on the market for a few years now, however it's just recently that it's become more mainstream with gamers taking the plunge thanks to generous selection, a wide variety of options, and monitor budgets. Initially, Nvidia’s G-Sync and AMD’s FreeSync significantly differed in t...

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Asus ROG Zephyrus Gaming Laptop Review

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Gaming laptops are more popular than ever, and that’s explained by the fact that today you can get a laptop that provides a desktop-like experience in a highly portable form factor.

Gone are the days of ridiculously bulky laptops. Consumers never loved them, but it was a necessary trade-off on many ocassions. We're not yet down to...

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How Blizzard Saved Diablo III From Disaster

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On May 15, 2012, hundreds of thousands of people across the world...

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Ryzen 3: The Ultimate Gaming Benchmark Guide

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AMD took the covers of Ryzen 3 by releasing its affordable quad-core R3 1300X and R3 1200 chips last month. Our day one review covered overclocking, thermals, power consumption as well as productivity and gaming benchmarks, but we only had time to throughly test three titles. More concerning to many of you was that we only benchmarked...

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Productivity on a $200 Chromebook, Coming From an Enthusiast Desktop

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There's no denying that a desktop PC is the ideal place to handle a heavy productivity session. That said, no matter how limited a touchpad and tiny display might be, at least the standard laptop offers full software functionality. So, what are the odds that a cheap Chromebook would suffice as a workhorse?

The idea of getting work done...

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