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A perfect base for a media centre, or simply a low power PC. (more)
Every generation there is an epic battle, SNES vs. Mega Drive, PlayStation vs. Nintendo 64, Xbox vs. PS2, Xbox 360 vs. PS3 and now we have Xbox One vs. PlayStation 4. The question is at this early stage who will be the winner of this generation. (more)
A detailed run down of what changes you can expect moving from Windows 7 to Windows 8. (more)
Martin walks us through checking compatibility when looking to build our own systems, it's not as scary as you may think. (more)
One easy change to make to Windows when optimising your install after upgrading to an SSD is changing the default location of the Windows User folders to your mechanical drive. This simple guide shows you how. (more)
CCL have launched a brand new range of Gem Business PCs, offering improvements in performance, value for money and operational costs over the previous generation. (more)
CCL Have got some small and shiny new systems featuring some shiny hardware from Nvidia (more)
Could the future of internet film & TV be in original content, not re-runs? (more)
Ever dreamt of having your very own cinema? Well we can't provide the darkened room, the smell of stale popcorn or the sound of chattering children but we can provide the technology - bring the cinema home! (more)
Barely a week after winning an Overclock3D.net Gold Award the Raven II has continued its unstoppable rise with a new award (more)
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Buying a computer can be a very confusing experience due to the huge number of different models available, technical heavy descriptions and specifications to get your head around making it increasingly difficult to find the computer that is right for you. Desktops as the name suggests are personal computers that are small enough to fit on or under a desk. They are not usually that portable unless you choose a small form factor machine and often consist of separate monitor, mouse and keyboard unlike a laptop where everything is built in. The major advantages of a desktop machine over a similarly priced laptop are the greater upgrade possibilities and an overall higher specification. This enables you to get the most out of PC games, professional applications such as CAD, image manipulation and audio editing. Obviously the drawbacks to any desktop machine; even a small form factor one, are not being as portable and taking up more space than notebooks, tablets and netbooks. With the increases in performance laptops have offered in recent years the desktop market has had to adapt to remain competitive. The specifications have increased greatly with quad core and above processors now being common in desktop machines. They offer a higher level of computing power than even the most expensive laptops. Gaming on a desktop is also a vastly superior experience for the same money due to more powerful graphics cards, better cooling enabling faster components and more space to fit complicated graphics cards and other components. You need to ask yourself what you want to use your computer to do. Computers vary in price according to power and functionality. For example there is little point in spending thousands on the latest gaming computer with the most advanced gaming graphics card if you only use it for internet browsing and word processing, your money would be better spent on dual monitors or a silent computer. There are broadly four main types of computer user who all require slightly different components to get the...
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