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Tom's Hardware SSD review. If you're looking for SSD recommendations, then this article is a must read.

Here are the best PCIe and SATA SSDs on the market, ranging from to These drives offer the best performance per dollar.

GTX TITAN-X Linux Benchmark

GTX TITAN-X Linux Benchmark

Philips 40-inch 4K monitor review - PC Gamer

MONITOR - It's huge, it looks great, and it's shockingly affordable.

Samsung Announces the Galaxy S 6 and S 6 Edge

Samsung Announces the Galaxy S 6 and S 6 Edge

Project Tango. Already more promising than Google Glass

Project Tango review

Project Tango. Already more promising than Google Glass

SONY's project morpheus.

This is Sony's new Project Morpheus, launching in the first half of 2016

Sony has announced the latest version of Morpheus, which is very close to the consumer model.

Acer's $500 AMD FreeSync monitor drastically undercuts Nvidia G-Sync pricing

going to be a big year for FreeSync and G-Sync gaming monitors.

ASUS Zenboox UX305 review

ASUS Zenboox UX305 review

Kingston HyperX Predator PCIe SSD

Kingston is launchching the HyperX Predator PCIe SSD, a product based on a PCIe generation slot that delivers SSD performance levels up to read and writes.

FreeSync monitor review on Anandtech.

AMD is now competing against NVIDIA and its G-Sync tech with its own Adaptive-Sync technology known as FreeSync. We take it for a quick spin.

LightEater malware that attacks uEFI Bioses

LightEater malware that attacks uEFI Bioses

The great TITAN X

Sneak peek at performanceWhen Nvidia unveiled its GeForce Titan X graphics card at the 2015 Game Developers Conference (GDC) last week, company CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed almost nothing about the par

Philips adds BDM3470UP 34 -Inch Wide-screen Display

Philips added in its line of wide-screen monitor

Hands on: Project Morpheus review

PlayStation VR review

Sony's VR headset promises a whole new world, and it's coming next year

Microsoft: DirectX 12 to deliver 20 percent overall performance boost

Microsoft: DirectX 12 to deliver 20 percent overall performance boost

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