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Say Hello to Windows 10 (Because 7 Ate 9)


I guess we should have known. Microsoft has always had a rather shifty sense of basic arithmetic, as we had assumed that they were following their own formula with 7 + 8 = 9. As it turns out Windows 9 isn’t the combination of Windows 7 and Windows 8 that we had anticipated. Instead, Microsoft decided to leapfrog Windows …

SteelSeries Comes Out Swinging With NEW Siberia Elite Prism Headset and More


SteelSeries is probably one of the most recognized names in PC gaming, and are well known for their headsets, mice, and keyboards. I’ve been a fan of many of the company’s products, especially their mice and keyboards. I’ve had some experience with their headsets as well, and most recently, their SteelSeries 9H, which continues to be one of my favourite …

The NewEgg Supreme Combo Features Superb NVIDIA GPU Flaw


When retailers bundle components together, there’s a chance you can save some money, and take the guesswork out of your latest build. Sometimes, retailers have fun and put out some insane builds that you might never buy. But they do get us dreaming/thinking about what our own “supreme builds” might end up looking like. Although I’m sure retailers create these …

Cougar Biting Into Mechanical Keyboards with 700K


It is hard to find something truly unique in the aftermarket of PC gaming peripherals. This is especially true of mechanical keyboards which often comes down to the software interface and Cherry MX key switches to help you decide which one to pick. Cougar is attacking this market with something old, something new, and something blue in the Cougar 700k. …

Backblaze’s Hard Drive Reliability Report Puts Hitachi in First Place (and Seagate in Last)

Seagate Barracuda XT 2TB SATA3 Hard Drive_12

Backblaze, an online backup service provider, has revealed the results of their continuous hard drive reliability report which features data collected over 34,881 drives from manufacturers such as Seagate, Western Digital and Hitachi. We originally covered their first report in February of 2014, where the company revealed that certain Seagate drives had a significantly higher failure rate than other …