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Benchmarked: Rise of the Tomb Raider (0)

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For lovers of action-adventure games, the Tomb Raider series is no doubt one that comes to mind. While the latest installment, Rise of the Tomb Raider was an exclusive to Xbox One, that time is... [more]

Benchmarked: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (0)

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After GTA 5, the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was being highly anticipated by fans around the world. From a technical perspective, the title is very interesting, because even high-end hardware can be taken... [more]

Operating Systems

Benchmarked: Windows 7, 8.1 and 10 in Apps and Games (0)

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With Windows 10 well and truly here now, Microsoft hope that they can get users who skipped over Windows 8 and 8.1 to finally make the jump to the latest operating system. While the operating system... [more]

First look at Microsoft Windows 10 Technical Preview (0)

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The biggest surprise during the presentation of the new Windows OS came in at the very beginning - Microsoft will skip Windows 9, Windows 8.1 will be followed by Windows 10. A considerable version... [more]



Examined: AMDs Radeon Software Crimson Edition Driver (0)

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AMD officially announced the renaming of their Catalyst drivers at the start of November. The company’s new Crimson Edition software is more than just a performance improvement. It not only adds... [more]

Browsers and Internet


Benchmarked: Star Wars Battlefront Beta (Oct '15) (0)

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This week saw the launch of the highly anticipated Star Wars Battlefront Beta. With a number of newer and older graphics cards on hand, we’ve seen just what kind of performance people can expect to... [more]

Benchmarked: Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA V) Part Two (0)

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Rockstar Games seems to have learned from its past mistakes: While Grand Theft Auto 4 was looked at as a lousy console port, with even the most expensive systems had trouble playing the games.... [more]