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  • Entry-level PC - August 2014

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Saturday 30-08-2014 - 14:00

    Entry-level PC - August 2014 Our guidelines for the Entry-level PC category are as follows. The entire computer system, excluding OS, should not exceed £420. Its primary, but not only, function is to provide a smooth and enjoyable online experience. This means that the cheapest processors won’t be enough, as modern web pages and internet applications do demand some processing power. Additionally, the system has to be able to efficiently perform internet-related tasks. This includes basic photo editing (cropping and r... Read more
  • Workshop XPEnology: Build your own "Synology"

    Review Review - Friday 29-08-2014 - 16:14

    Workshop XPEnology: Build your own "Synology"

    Here at Hardware.Info, we regularly discuss the choice between a NAS and a custom built home server. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. But what if you could have the best of both worlds? The hobbyists behind XPEnology, that allows Synology's Disk Station Manager software to operate on a standard x86 system, have exactly that in mind. We got started with XPEnology and will explain how you can do so yourself.

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  • All-round Deluxe PC - August 2014

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Tuesday 26-08-2014 - 14:00

    All-round Deluxe PC - August 2014 The all-round Deluxe PC will last you a few years without requiring any upgrades. It is a bit more expensive, but is very complete as well. Using the internet, gaming, business applications, photo and video editing - all of these are possible on a good all-round PC, and you should never feel that you are lacking in performance for any of those activities. This means a good processor and graphics card from the upper mid-range segment. Fast, yet affordable. You also need enough RAM and storage ... Read more
  • Gaming PC - August 2014

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Sunday 24-08-2014 - 14:00

    Gaming PC - August 2014 This computer system is specifically geared towards gaming. That means a PC with a high-end graphics card and a processor that is fast enough to support the GPU. The rest of the configuration needs to be balanced as well. Since many gamers also enjoy overclocking their PC to improve performance, it is also important to choose a motherboard and memory that is suitable for this. Keep in mind that you will pay extra for that overclocking potential. Having the right accessories is also importa... Read more
  • 15 AMD Radeon R7 260(X)/265 and Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 (Ti) cards review

    Review Review - Friday 22-08-2014 - 09:00

    15 AMD Radeon R7 260(X)/265 and Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 (Ti) cards review

    Nvidia recently introduced the GeForce GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti. AMD responded by lowering it's prices for the R7 260 and the 260x and introducing the R7 265. As a result you can now buy more performance than ever for under £140. 

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  • Gamepads review: 7 models for PC

    Review Review - Monday 18-08-2014 - 10:00

    Gamepads review: 7 models for PC

    It's been a while since we last covered gamepads for the computer. It's high time for an update! We tested and compared 7 gamepads for PC.

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  • Crucial MX100 256GB/512GB SSD review: SSD for 32 cents per GB!

    Review Review - Thursday 14-08-2014 - 05:00

    Crucial MX100 256GB/512GB SSD review: SSD for 32 cents per GB!

    At the start of June, Crucial introduced their new MX100 series SSDs. Due to a transition to flash memory that has been produced on a 16nm process node, Crucial is able to take their next step in the ever lowering prices of SSDs. The MX100s are most certainly cheap. But, are they any good?

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  • Mini-ITX Game PC - August 2014

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Wednesday 13-08-2014 - 04:59

    Mini-ITX Game PC - August 2014 The Mini-ITX Game PC is a desktop computer that is small enough to be portable, but has better performance than a gaming notebook. Please note: the PC Buyer’s Guide is compiled based on independent component tests performed by Hardware.Info. If no new, superior products are released that should replace one or more of the components, then the component(s) will remain the same as the previous month. If you want to know more about how we compile our PC Buying guides, have a look at this art... Read more
  • Wolfenstein: The New Order review: tested on 32 GPUs

    Review Review - Monday 11-08-2014 - 09:00

    Wolfenstein: The New Order review: tested on  32 GPUs

    Wolfenstein is a game title with a long and infamous reputation. The series has come a long way since its first iteration on 2D in 1981. We have tested The New Order on a wide range of current graphics cards to establish the ideal configuration for different resolution setting. The game is not one of the most graphically demanding titles, making it a perfect candidate to play on Ultra HD resolutions without sacrificing too many details.

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  • Step by step: How to assemble a custom watercooling set in your pc

    Review Review - Friday 08-08-2014 - 08:00

    Step by step: How to assemble a custom watercooling set in your pc

    Some time ago we published an article on assembling a watercooling set yourself. How to get this into your PC build is explained in this workshop step by step.

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  • Home Server Deluxe - August 2014

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Thursday 07-08-2014 - 14:00

    Home Server Deluxe - August 2014 The Deluxe edition of the Home Server distinguishes itself from the standard home server by its smaller size and more powerful hardware. This server is more versatile and takes up less space, and is a lot more expensive. Please note: the PC Buyer’s Guide is compiled based on independent component tests performed by Hardware.Info. If no new, superior products are released that should replace one or more of the components, then the component(s) will remain the same as the previous month. I... Read more
  • Custom water cooling: what do you need and what can you expect?

    Review Review - Wednesday 06-08-2014 - 08:36

    All in one water cooling sets are nice, but for a lot of hardware enthusiasts creating your own custom water cooling is very tempting. You will achieve better cooling, or a quieter machine, and usually the looks of a custom made set are a factor as well. In this article we explain everything you need to consider when assembling your own cooling and what you can expect from custom cooling by running some benchmarks with an example configuration.

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  • All-round PC - August 2014

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Tuesday 05-08-2014 - 14:00

    All-round PC - August 2014 The all-round PC is a PC with comprehensive features for around £650 - £750 that can do a little bit of everything. It should have enough speed and capacity to meet your needs for some time. Currently it can run all applications, and you're able to upgrade it with small future investments when you need more power or storage capacity. Surfing, gaming, business applications, photo and video editing should all be possible on the all-round PC without giving you the feeling that it's lacking in... Read more
  • 16 1000-1250 watt power supplies tested

    Review Review - Monday 04-08-2014 - 04:59

    16 1000-1250 watt power supplies tested

    If you are going to run three or even four graphics cards then you will have to invest into a power supply of 1000 watts or more. Hardware.info tested 16 models between 1000 and 1250 watts.

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  • Zotac Zbox EN760 Plus review: game console for Windows?

    Review Review - Friday 01-08-2014 - 08:51

    Zotac Zbox EN760 Plus review: game console for Windows?

    The folks at Zotac often have fun ideas, one of the more recent ones being the Zbox Sphere, which we recently subjected to a large number of tests. Shortly afterwards we received the Zotac Zbox EN760 Plus, a mini PC that offers literally huge performance. In addition to a Core i5, Zotac also managed to incorporate an actual Nvidia GeForce GTX860M.

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  • ASUS PB287Q review: ASUS goes Ultra HD

    Review Review - Monday 28-07-2014 - 09:50

    ASUS PB287Q review: ASUS goes Ultra HD

    In march we had our first look at an Ultra HD monitor, the Samsung U28D590D, which combined surprisingly good performance with a rather affordable price tag. Today we will have a look at one of Samsung's competitors, the ASUS PB287Q. 

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  • [Pro] Symantec Backup Exec 3600: A more serious back up solution

    Review Review - Wednesday 23-07-2014 - 07:32

    [Pro] Symantec Backup Exec 3600: A more serious back up solution

    From time to time we take a look at hardware products more intended for business solutions, next to all other hardware that we review on this site. Remarkable servers, enterprise level NAS devices, laptops aimed more towards business use, etc are reviewed or described under the Hardware.Info Pro name. This time we look at a completely different product, the Symantec Backup Exec 3600. The Symantec name might not come at a surprise, however this is not a software review as we look at a complete back up solution, the software is only is a part in this,

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  • Samsung 850 Pro 256GB/512GB/1TB review: back at the top!

    Review Review - Tuesday 22-07-2014 - 07:57

    Samsung recently introduced their 850 Pro SSDs, which are the first consumer-oriented SSDs based on 3D V-NAND, or stacked flash memory. And for those of you who don't really care about this innovation in the domain of flash memory, we also have good news, seeing as how both the performance and the endurance of these SSDs has increased significantly. Do they allow Samsung to reclaim the performance crown?

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  • CM Storm Mech, Reaper en Pulse-R desktopset review

    Review Review - Wednesday 16-07-2014 - 11:02

    CM Storm Mech, Reaper en Pulse-R desktopset review CM Storm sent us a complete gaming kit from the Aluminium Gaming Series. The Mech, Reaper and Pulse-R are a keyboard, mouse and headset respectively. They are all aimed at gaming and share a similar design. All three products feature an aluminium front which can be customized with your own design. This is also the prominent feature for the Aluminium Gaming Series. On all three products you can unscrew the aluminium plates after which you can personalize them with the logo of your gaming team or... Read more
  • Watch Dogs review: tested with 32 GPUs

    Review Review - Wednesday 09-07-2014 - 09:55

    Watch Dogs review: tested with 32 GPUs

    Watch Dogs is a recently released Ubisoft title for which expectations were high. An open world game in a similar vein to Grand Theft Auto, featuring next-gen graphics and the innovative ability to accomplish your goals by means of hacking – in addition to the default arsenal of more conventional violence, of course. We tested it using 32 different GPUs.

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