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The card with the four fans

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Consoles

Test: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (0)

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The Galaxy S in spring, the Galaxy Note in autumn: every six months, Samsung release revised versions of their two flagship series. This release rhythm is not always beneficial, as the criticism of the Galaxy S5 shows, a device which was not quite up to date. Correspondingly, expectations for the Galaxy Note 4 are very high. Unlike six months ago, the Note... [more]

VGACards

Galax presents GeForce GTX 970 EXOC Black Edition (0)

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Two weeks after NVIDIA board partner Galax presented its own custom design GeForce GTX 980 card, the company has now launched a card for the smaller "Maxwell" GPU just in time for the Halloween, featuring a separate cooling system and higher clock speeds. While NVIDIA sees chip and memory clock rates of 1,050 and 1,753 MHz, Galax has bestowed its GeForce... [more]

Games

Gaming platform GOG.com revives many LucasArts classics (0)

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Since Tuesday, games platform GOG.com features numerous classics from the 1990s, which have all been optimized for a modern operating system - DOS computers are no longer necessary. The new retro games include numerous classics from LucasArts. They include famous "Star Wars" titles such as "X-Wing" and "TIE Fighter", which were first published in 1993 and... [more]

Applications

PC software: only 50% of germans willing to spend money on it (0)

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Only 49 percent of consumers in Germany are willing to pay for computer software. This is the conclusion of IT industry association Bitkom. In a representative survey in September 2014, they interviewed a total of 1,309 persons aged 14 years and above. According to this information, only approx. 34 million Germans would spend money for office software,... [more]

Gadgets

Microsoft Band fitness tracker available tomorrow (0)

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Microsoft has now also entered the health and fitness market, following in the footsteps of Google and Apple. Last night, the company based in Redmond presented its first, long-awaited fitness tracker. It is simply called Microsoft Band and is part of Microsoft's larger plan, bearing the title Health. Health itself is a cross-platform foundation for all... [more]

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Test: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (0)

samsung-galaxy-note-4-17-950x633The Galaxy S in spring, the Galaxy Note in autumn: every six months, Samsung release revised versions of their two flagship series. This release rhythm is not always beneficial, as... [more]

Playstation 4 firmware update making problems (0)

sony playstation logoOn Wednesday, the long awaited Sony fficially released firmware update version... [more]

Galax presents GeForce GTX 970 EXOC Black Edition (0)

galaxTwo weeks after NVIDIA board partner Galax presented its own custom design GeForce GTX 980 card, the company has now launched a card for the smaller... [more]