A compact, console-sized gaming PC with the power to drive the latest games at high quality and play 4K video with ease? Forget the compromises of the past – packing the latest Intel Core i7 and an NVIDIA GTX1060, the ASUS ROG GR8 II is ready to earn its place under that big screen TV.
In the second part of our series on building an Extreme Gaming PC, we take a look at graphics cards – the most expensive component of the build.
World’s first AMD 970 motherboard ships next month, supporting quad-GPU graphics, USB 3.1 & NVMe SSDs.
NVIDIA out Intel in as Boxee prepare to open pre-ordering of their media receiver, to be priced at $199.
Vying for your attention in the Mini-HTPC category is Shuttle’s X350, a fan-less, 1.5” thin PC powered by our favourite CPU/GPU combo, the Intel Atom D510 processor and NVIDIA ION2. With HDMI out and 1080P video support, the X350 looks like it’ll do a great job for high definition media in the living room.
Engadget is reporting that nVidia’s latest chipset, the Ion 2 is now official. There are a lot of words I like hearing together: netbooks; HDMI; 1080p Blu-ray and Flash playback; Windows 7 Home Premium; mainstream gaming; 10 hours of battery life.