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10th July 2013 by Martin Castaldo
In this review I will be looking at two 850w power supplies, one from the well-known company Be Quiet! and the other being the less well-known Power Cool. I will be comparing features to see how stable they are powering 2 x 680s in SLi and also just how quiet they are when under a heavy load.
28th June 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Martin takes a look at the Tesoro Shrike, testing it's size, weight and longevity when it comes to some mad gaming sessions.
8th March 2013 by Martin Castaldo
The Centria won awards at CeBIT and we were keen to see exactly what it has to offer.
24th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Martin continues building the mITX HyperV server with lots of images!
17th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
New search ability to steam the falling share prices
Martin's motto is plan, plan, plan and then plan your build some more!
16th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
In a move that can only be seen as a cost cutting exercise, but all stores stay open.
The games giant merges their handheld and console divisions in an effort to streamline development.
Judge orders tech giants to try and settle out of court.
15th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Redmond try to drum up apps by offering prime time US advert.
Most recognised high street music and film retailer finds it too hard in financial times.
It is for February only, but what are you waiting for!
The games studio turned down the chance to create Call of Duty game...
10th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Martin guides you through the picking of parts for his awesome mITX server build in this 5 part blog.
9th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
With all in one watercooling solutions becoming more widespread I decided to give the H80 a run for its money and see just how cool it really is.
8th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Publisher files for bankruptcy with buyers aplenty.
Intel debut their new 7 watt processors aimed at ultrabooks and tablets.
Networking giant takes a swing at the set-top market.
13th December 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Ponderings of a 30 year old gamer..
7th December 2012 by Martin Castaldo
To free up some capital but stay in the HQ for the time being.
6th December 2012 by Martin Castaldo
UKIE and TIGA welcome government tax breaks.
After almost a year of private beta Microsoft's social network goes live.
Eric Schmidt ponders why Apple has not taken their patent fight to Google's door step.
The gaming world according to Guba.
The large studio team up with Warhammer to create new Warhammer games! (exciting)
5th December 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Google owned Motorola fails to ban sale of xbox in US and Germany.
Pope Benedict XVI decides to start Tweeting!
The celebrity and gamer confirms Hotsauce Interactive.
Tax relief and skills investment offered to the industry.
With rumours that Intel are not doing swappable CPUs in the future AMD says no to the idea.
Martin requests to taxi his desk and take off with this immersive flight control system from Saitek.
29th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
The meet, greet and drinks in the pub....
27th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Martin gets technical with network attached storage as he takes a look at this one disk wonder from Synology.
Wii Mini, leak first, announce later....
with flagship store in London, but more to come!
26th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Having recently filed a patient for augmented reality glasses.
A year after its announcement Google's indoor maps seems to have taken off.
23rd November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
and leading analysts debate pros and cons of data protection.
as ordered by US Judge in patent trials.
Eurocom seems work force reduced to around 50 from 200 in restructure
The Oliver Twins hope to kick start the Dizzy franchise with new game in the classic series.
22nd November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
My views on gaming, gaming, and well, I guess, gaming.
Sega VP of digital distribution states some interesting Steam figures.
Fitch downgrades Sony's stock after worries on economic and a strong Yen.
and goes to Kickstarter to make their new god sim.
21st November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Microsoft's IE10 obliterates 9 in speed tests.
THQ enter forbearance as CFO leaves the company
20th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Star Citizen breaks the $6m barrier with cross funding.
19th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Cisco pay $1.2 billion for cloud company Merkai.
Facebook in talks in Yahoo for integrated search.
Google fined for illegally tracking users browsing trends.
Judge allows addition of iPhone 5 and Galaxy S3 to patent case.
THQ facing lawsuit over use of tattoo in UFC Undisputed 3.
Nintendo 'mock up' menu sparks hack fears.
16th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
and smashes through $500m in just 24 hours.
15th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Intel injects much needed cash into the electronic giant.
14th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Wii-U pre-order sales has Nintendo astonished.
13th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Guru Steven Sinofsky leaves Microsoft under rumours of feud...
12th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Martin takes a look at one of our best selling overclocked bundles the Zeus II.
Windows 8 only for DirectX 11.1 as Windows 7 gets no love.
THQ have missed a payment on their $50m loan from Wells Fargo
9th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Poor financials and the poor sales of Darksiders II put THQ in trouble.
Record revenue, with a little help from Tegra.
25th October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
NVIDIA squares up to AMD in driver war
24th October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Nintendo are erring on the side of caution with yearly projections
23rd October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
AMD will cut around 1,700 jobs
17th October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
CUDA 5 hits the market
Microsoft Surface RT UK Priced & Available To Pre-Order
16th October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
After a poor revenue posting by AMD jobs are now on the line.
15th October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Apple hire chip designer to help with their processors
11th October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
OCZ's newly appointed CEO warns of poor performance.
10th October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
OnLive is sold for a very surprising $4.8m
9th October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Gearbox announces the Mechromancer is available today!
The software giant is looking at creating a wrist worn senor for multiple applications.
by adding over 12,000 lines of code to F2FS
8th October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Workers strike on iPhone 5 line over work conditions.
Creator calls it a "accidental project", but standalone earmarked for November release.
5th October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Steam now dabbles in the software market as well as games.
With the launch of Windows 8 Microsoft looks to be refreshing their peripheral range as well.
3rd October 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Tax relief is only for games with 'Britishness'
Gigabyte's new 660Ti with a whopping 3GB
27th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Put down your snorkel and your wetsuit, Google have gotten wet so we don't have to.
26th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Toshiba's hybrid drives are aimed at laptop users looking for a performance boost.
Intel's Ivy Bridge will make it into desktop systems as it's the end of the line for many of their 32nm Sandy Bridge desktop processors
Introversion's Prison Architect does Alpha, but for a price!
Martin walks us through checking compatibility when looking to build our own systems, it's not as scary as you may think.
25th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Paradox pays homage to Dungeon Keeper like game in Impire
Revolution Software announces sequel to the age old classic Beneath a Steel Sky
Dutch prankster creates expensive iPhone gotcha!
24th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
EA creating employment opportunities at their existing site in Ireland
First seen at IFA 2012, the Samsung 840 SSD series delivers considerable levels of advancements to the notebook user environment
Borderlands 2 and Torchlight 2 released into the wild and available to play
21st September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
The truly demonic PowerColour Devil13 HD7990 breaking shelves this September
20th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
To celebrate Battlefields 10th Anniversary EA offer massive discounts!
19th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Torchlight, SPAZ, Rochard, Vessel, Shatter, BTA: DustForce
Martin takes a look at the indie Kickstarter game that started it all...
Zero-Day exploit found within Internet Explorer 9's code warning issued
18th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Obsidian Entertainment, a group of highly skilled and experienced developers on their way to creating Project Eternity.
Windows 2012 with RemoteFX running games across your network.
17th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
The fantastic crowd funded game by Subset Gamesl released and ready to download on Steam
Martin takes a look at the high end ADSL+ Router from Asus and gives us his input on its throughput
14th September 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Obviously they're not interested in hurting people with this replica Portal 2 turret but that doesn't stop us wanting one
21st June 2012 by Martin Castaldo
This week Martin takes a look at the mATX Z77 gaming board from Gigabyte
18th May 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Our newest writer Martin Castaldo gives our readers his view on future proofing
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