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18th October 2021 by Milyana Spence
Google Stadia might have set out to disrupt the gaming industry, but Xbox Cloud gaming has set out to disrupt Stadia's mission.
12th October 2021 by Mark Byrne
There are a couple of surprise entries on our big list, but there are also some shoe-ins that we knew would appear there as well. When we asked "What was the last game you upgraded your PC for?", we expected AAA titles that were GPU and processor hungry epics - but we didn't expect such a eclectic mix!
11th October 2021 by Milyana Spence
It can't be denied that the consoles are becoming a lot more PC like in their gaming capabilities, but there are still a few things gaming PCs can do that consoles cannot.
30th September 2021 by Milyana Spence
Windows 11 has been touted by Microsoft as the best Windows for gaming yet, and with the features and improvements they unveiled we believe it just might be.
27th September 2021 by Milyana Spence
The RTX 3080 Ti lands very nicely in between the RTX 3080 and the RTX 3090, but is it worth the higher price tag?
22nd September 2021 by Mark Byrne
We take a look at some of the PC games coming out over the next few months and beyond that you just can't miss!
20th September 2021 by Milyana Spence
Is the console vs PC war still relevant? Maybe not as much anymore, but if you're looking to buy one platform, it can be difficult to decide where to invest the money.
17th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
Deathloop: the latest AAA game with mixed public reviews after receiving 10/10 ratings by industry giants IGN. Shill reviews or difference of opinion?
16th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
What is FiveM? How did FiveM get more players than Rockstar's GTA Online on Steam? We take a look back at FiveM's humble beginnings and its future.
14th September 2021 by Milyana Spence
One of the staples of Bioware studios is being handed over to Aspyr for a remake, and it's not really a surprise.
13th September 2021 by Milyana Spence
Just a small selection of some of the titles from the Game Pass that are a significantly better experience on your gaming PC.
6th September 2021 by Mark Byrne
What is haptic feedback? What haptic VR suits and haptic VR vests are available? We take a look at the past, present and future of haptic gaming
3rd September 2021 by Mark Byrne
Although the title might suggest that this is one of those Channel 5 compilation shows you'll find close to Christmas, we just couldn't help but cover some of the awesome PC case mods we've seen in the last eight months.
26th July 2021 by CCL Tech
If there's one thing that never seems to go away in the world of computers, it's the AMD versus Intel debate. With the upcoming launch of Intel's 12th-generation of processors, it looks like this debate won't be going anywhere soon. So, what exactly are Intel's Alder Lake Hybrid CPUs and will they live up to the hype?
12th July 2021 by Kyle G
As you may have heard, Microsoft has a neat little service called Xbox Game Pass. Have you looked at this and thought "what on earth is this?". In this article we're going to break down what makes Xbox Game Pass so good and which version you should go for.
7th July 2021 by CCL Tech
If you want the best possible PC for gaming and at the best possible price (who doesn't?!), then should you buy a pre-built gaming PC or build a custom one from scratch? It's a question that we receive a lot here at CCL, and there are many different answers depending on what you want.
7th June 2021 by CCL Tech
Introducing Nazare, the new range of gaming PCs featuring RTX 3080 Ti graphics cards, built to the highest specifications and powered by Corsair iCUE.
22nd September 2020 by CCL Tech
NVIDIA's official response regarding the stock issues at launch.
23rd March 2020 by CCL Tech
Service information during the COVID-19 pandemic
2nd January 2020 by CCL Tech
We take a look at the most popular PC components you have bought in 2019 and specced up a PC with the results.
13th December 2019 by Matt Rees
Final dates for delivery this Christmas at CCL.
14th November 2019 by CCL Technical
NAS helps keep your most precious moments in a safe and secure location. It is the ultimate media centre, allowing you to stream all of your favourite videos to any TV or mobile device.
1st November 2019 by Kirsten van Terheyden
Computer Shopper is launching its 2019 awards and CCL Computers have been nominated for two categories!
20th February 2019 by Kirsten van Terheyden
Play faster, work smarter. Combining the latest NAND flash technology with a traditional hard drive for a compact blend of speed and capacity.
27th November 2018 by Rudolph T Reindeer
We are giving away a limited edition NZXT H700 case together with a Z370 motherboard and 650w power supply.
1st May 2018 by Kirsten van Terheyden
A firm favourite amongst gamers, the Gigabyte Force K83 is a keyboard that's minimalistic to the eye, but dynamic in its ability.
27th April 2018 by Kirsten van Terheyden
Introducing the new Pinnacle Ridge AMD RYZEN desktop processors with improved performance and exclusive features.
9th June 2017 by Elliot Carver
GeForce GTX Battlebox systems give you everything you need to step up your gaming experience.
26th May 2017 by Elliot Carver
This is The Beast. Intel Xeon E5 CPU and FOUR graphics cards because why not?
19th May 2017 by Elliot Carver
A high-end gaming system with an Intel Core i7-7700K processor and two GeForce GTX 1080s in SLI housed in a stylish Corsair Crystal 570X case.
12th May 2017 by Elliot Carver
Following on from last week's X99 build, we have yet another X99 custom build. This time however featuring the Haswell-E Intel i7 5820K overclocked to 4.0GHz.
3rd May 2017 by Elliot Carver
This build is in a whole different league when it comes to PC performance. Featuring an Intel Extreme i7 6950X with 10 cores and 20 threads coupled with a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.
23rd March 2017 by Kirsten van Terheyden
We have partnered with GIGABYTE to give you a chance to win this GIGABYTE Z270-GAMING K3 motherboard!
7th March 2017 by Kirsten van Terheyden
We attended the launch of VR Arts in Manchester last month. Here's what went down!
23rd February 2017 by Mark Relton
Mark has a look at what it takes to make an entry level gaming PC in 2017
21st February 2017 by Mark Relton
Mark ponders the possible overuse of RGB lighting in modern components and builds.
15th February 2017 by Kirsten van Terheyden
Our first look at the brand new ASUS ROG Strix Impact Gaming Mouse
27th October 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan has a look back at this year's PLAY Expo
7th October 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan takes a look at the problems larger graphics cards can face.
30th September 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan returns to the NEC for this year's EGX show.
18th August 2016 by Elliot Carver
Tired of Wi-Fi dead spots in your home? The RE350 range extender expands your Wi-Fi to rooms your router can't reach.
22nd July 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Still on the fence about upgrading to Windows 10? The free upgrade offer ends July 29th
3rd June 2016 by Elliot Carver
Here is a quick summary of all the new stock, deals and offers at CCL to kick off the summer spending spree!
26th May 2016 by Elliot Carver
The TL-PA9020P provides superior network performance that supports all of your online needs such as 4K HDTV.
6th May 2016 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan's back with a report on Replay Events' latest show in Blackpool
3rd May 2016 by Elliot Carver
Kirsten is unboxing the TP-Link VR900 AC1900 Dual-Band Gigabit Modem Router which we are also giving away to one of our YouTube subscribers!
15th April 2016 by Mark Relton
With SSD prices dropping constantly and larger capacity SSDs becoming more affordable, is it worth switching to an SSD in your console?
13th November 2015 by Elliot Carver
Fallout 4 is tested on an OCZ ARC 100 SSD to improve performance on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
19th October 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Dan and the CCL team attend this year's PLAY Expo for another round of fun and games.
4th October 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
The CCL team travel to Birmingham for the yearly EGX show to see some of this year's biggest upcoming games.
29th June 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Ahead of his upcoming review, Dan takes a look at the widely reported issues with the new Batman: Arkham Knight game.
5th June 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Fun and games at a gaming event in our home town of Bradford
11th May 2015 by Dan Le Vannais
Fun and games at the Blackpool PLAY exhibition
17th October 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
The CCL team return to the annual PLAY Expo
31st August 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
The CCL team return from another iSeries event
23rd April 2014 by Dan Le Vannais
CCL attend the first Multiplay event at the Ricoh Arena
13th December 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Better late than never, here is Dan's look back at the last Insomnia event in Telford
14th October 2013 by Dan Le Vannais
Dans thoughts on the PLAY Expo
23rd July 2013 by Dave Hall
Just another entry, listing the features of Fraps
17th July 2013 by Dave Hall
Video has garnered over 1.7B views
A quick look at a program that makes your games look less like a game
5th July 2013 by Dave Hall
Another entry in our series about benchmarking programs
4th July 2013 by Dave Hall
Another entry, showcasing programs that are available to test and benchmark your PC
3rd July 2013 by Dave Hall
2nd July 2013 by Mark Relton
Mark asks the question
1st July 2013 by Dave Hall
A New series showcasing some of the programs available that you can use to benchmark and test PC's
26th June 2013 by Dave Hall
In a new series of articles we hope to lift the lid on some of the stuff that comes into CCL, by offering product reviews and presenting arguments on why it did or didn't make the grade.
24th June 2013 by Mark Relton
Can a game be too long ?
24th June 2013 by Kyle G2
BLOG 2: Tom continues his adventures in the world of The Cloud. For those who have not come across the Transporter before, it is quite simply an ingenious NAS device that emulates services such as Microsoft's SkyDrive and the ever popular Dropbox.
12th June 2013 by Kyle G2
BLOG 1: Tom takes a look at the new Transporter from Connected Data that allows anyone, anywhere to setup their own cloud storage system.
18th February 2013 by Adrian Wood
This could potentially rewrite the rules of manufacturing
Some people live in a different world to rest of us!
1st February 2013 by Adrian Wood
You might have more money than you think.
24th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Martin continues building the mITX HyperV server with lots of images!
22nd January 2013 by Peter Thomson
Taking a look at some of the finest RPG games ever created.
21st January 2013 by Martin Robson
This blog will be a kind of mini-walkthrough/review, I'll start this post by giving an introduction to the walking dead series, and aspects of the game, so in my other blog posts, I can get straight to the action.
17th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Martin's motto is plan, plan, plan and then plan your build some more!
11th January 2013 by Sarah Connally
Are EA having a laugh with the reproduction of old Sims expansion packs? They could well be, but fans will need to vote with their wallets to get EA to take notice!
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.
27th December 2012 by Richard Lumb
Christmas went ahead as usual this year thanks to our reindeer hunters helping Santa get them all back in-time to set off on Christmas Eve.
13th December 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Ponderings of a 30 year old gamer..
12th December 2012 by Peter Thomson
The best games of our lifetime that deserve your attention.
10th December 2012 by Connell Parr
While I will do my best to avoid spoilers in my discussions of games it's not always possible to do so when conveying why and where a game excels or falls short.
6th December 2012 by Martin Castaldo
The gaming world according to Guba.
3rd December 2012 by Stephen Simmons
Ready, Steady. GO HOME!
2nd December 2012 by Stephen Simmons
Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?
1st December 2012 by Stephen Simmons
30th November 2012 by Stephen Simmons
29th November 2012 by Stephen Simmons
Setup, stay up and work till it's done.
29th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
The meet, greet and drinks in the pub....
28th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
26th November 2012 by Mathew Wade
Grand theft pockets. Your money and your life.
22nd November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
My views on gaming, gaming, and well, I guess, gaming.
21st November 2012 by Peter Thomson
19th November 2012 by Mathew Wade
A Syndicate Lottery... Not a winner
14th November 2012 by Stephen Simmons
*singing* The CCL team are packing their bags and are off to LAN for the servers.
14th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
12th November 2012 by Mathew Wade
Long lost, found and lost again Civilization.
7th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
29th August 2012 by Kyle G2
Tom expresses CCL's thanks to those who attended ths years i46
17th July 2012 by Stephen Simmons
Time to get to know the editor of CCL Tech
3rd July 2012 by Stephen Simmons
13th April 2012 by Richard Lumb
Our weekly blog bringing you the latest products to arrive on our website.
12th April 2012 by Kyle G2
After years of dominance 1024x768 finally gives up its dominance of PC resolutions
5th April 2012 by Kyle G2
Arguably the greatest graphics card of all time is set to finally fall behind the pace of game development, after almost 6 years...
3rd April 2012 by Stephen Simmons
Uh-oh, Steve has heard that he might not be able to play and trade new titles for the next-gen consoles and has a bitter aftertaste.
30th March 2012 by Richard Lumb
29th March 2012 by Kyle G2
Tom (CCL Purchaser) muses over the success of Nvidia's GTX 680 and AMD's failings on product launches.
23rd March 2012 by Richard Lumb
10th March 2012 by Richard Lumb
Welcome to a new weekly blog on CCL Tech bringing you the latest products to arrive on our website.
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