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Review: HP Omen 880-062a desktop gaming PC

Ryzen hits the pre-made market. HP is best known for its reliable range of office and productivity PCs. It’s lesser known for is its gaming range, but over the last few years the company has really been pushing to get into the gaming market. The Omen desktop we’re reviewing here …

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Review: MSI Vortex G65 Gaming Desktop GTX980 SLI

Amazingly built, somewhat expensive… I’m absolutely torn when it comes to this amazing gaming machine from MSI. On the one hand, I’ve never seen so much gaming prowess jammed into such a tiny package – this is truly an incredible feat of engineering. On the other hand, there’s that rather …

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Review: Lenovo Y710 Cube gaming PC

Small, sexy, and super-fast… but no SSD as standard? Lenovo might be better known for its office and productivity PCs, but it’s being making a go of the gaming market in recent times. Their latest shot at gaming greatness is the Y710 Cube, an almost-mini-PC that packs some decent hardware …

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Review: Corsair One Pro gaming PC

It’s a trim, taut, and rather terrific second go at PC building from Corsair. Corsair’s no stranger to PC building. Apart from having a wide range of components under its belt, from cases to power supplies, it’s also had a go with the Bulldog kit PC. It was an odd …

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Review: TI Power 7700K desktop PC

5GHz and 700fps? Yes please! With Intel’s 7th generation CPUs and accompanying Z270 motherboard chipsets making their way onto the market, this new offering from TI Computers is indicative of the new standard for gaming PCs. Before we talk about the innards let’s briefly look at the outside. The chassis …

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Review: Asus ROG GR8 II gaming PC

Mini-PCs are all the rage. We’ve been inundated with mini-PCs of late, with tiny towers packing SLI systems, shoeboxes that are VR ready, and now this relatively affordable PS4-sized package. We can thank both Intel and Nvidia for dropping the energy requirements – and resulting thermal output – of its …

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