Browse Site by Tags

Showing related tags and posts across the entire site.
  • RE: Tests Show Limiting Frame Rate Dramatically Improves Laptop Battery Life

    Hi Joel, great article! We've been aware of this for some time now - and we have developed a tool which can bring you benefits from both worlds - save power AND keep the gameplay performance. In essence it is a "smart" framerate limiter - it limits the framerate selectively, and gives you...
    Posted to Notebooks by EugeneFainstain on Thu, Apr 3 2014
  • What is your opinion on this build?

    I came up with this build mainly to play heavily modded games (GTA IV, Skyrim) my overall goal is to run pretty much any game on High/Ultra for about $1200 so what do you guys think of this? P.S I know a 4GB GPU can be overkill for single monitor but some of those mods go well over 2GB VRAM. PCPartPicker...
    Posted to My Rig! by Toksyn on Sun, Mar 9 2014
  • how to kizi-2.net of interesting surprises

    interesting surprises of kizi-2.net, vist enjoy
    Posted to The Lounge - General Discussion - Off Topic by mariakave on Fri, Dec 6 2013
  • RE: Microsoft Moves in to Patent Augmented Reality Glasses for Gaming

    Isn't the above a perfect illustration of just about everything that is wrong with the USPTO and the whole patenting process in the USA ? Microsoft is here attempting to patent an idea, which is simply absurd, without having anything like a workable device to show patent officers. This means of course...
    Posted to Gaming by mhenriday on Sun, Aug 4 2013
  • RE: Australian Government Slams Adobe, Microsoft, Apple For Sky-High Prices, Recommends Citizens Circumvent Such Measures

    Good to see the Australian government taking these so-called «geo-blocking» practices on ! One of the few things that the European Commission does that is worthwhile is keeping an eye on such practices within the EU, which, with a population of over 500 millions, is a market too large for...
    Posted to Operating Systems and Software by mhenriday on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • The Psyko Carbon 5.1 Channel PC Gaming Headset

    A few months back, we took a look at a true-5.1 channel headset from Psyko. We started that post off with this opening, “Aside from a powerful graphics card and large monitor, one of the best ways to increase the realism and immersiveness of PC games is with a high-quality, multi-channel speaker...
    Posted to Marco's RTG by Marco C on Thu, Apr 7 2011
    Filed under: gaming, Psyko, audio, Sound, Carbon, Headset, 5.1
  • Evaluating The Phantom Lapboard

    In an attempt to squelch my insatiable--and sometimes unhealthy--need to experiment with all kinds of keyboards and other input devices, I recently acquired three more 'boards for the collection, the latest Das Keyboard Pro Silent, the Microsoft Sidewinder X4, and the unique Phantom Lapboard. Although...
    Posted to Marco's RTG by Marco C on Tue, Jul 6 2010
    Filed under: gaming, keyboard, board, keyswitch, wireless, Phantom
  • Psyko 5.1 PC Gaming Headset Impressions

    Aside from a powerful graphics card and large monitor, one of the best ways to increase the realism and immersiveness of PC games is with a high-quality, multi-channel speaker setup. Hearing sounds that seemingly wiz by your head and being able to pick up on subtle tones coming from different directions...
    Posted to Marco's RTG by Marco C on Sun, Apr 25 2010
    Filed under: gaming, Psyko, audio, surround sound, music
  • The Best Gaming Notebook Money Can't Buy

    I'm a bit of a Left 4 Dead addict. I have been a PC gamer for close to 27 years now, if you count those myriad hours spent banging away on my first Commodore 64, and I've come to the decision that Left 4 Dead ranks in my top three all-time guilty pleasures. I can't even fathom how much time...
    Posted to Marco's RTG by Marco C on Fri, May 29 2009
    Filed under: gaming, Notebook, l4d, left 4 dead
  • Build Guide: $500 & $400 Gaming Rigs

    In this post, I'll show you a few select options for putting together an affordable computer for under $500 that can handle just about every game currently available for PC while maintaining a decent screen resolution and image quality. Here are the goals I wanted to hit with this particular computer...
    Posted to Technically Ambiguous by MikeL_HH on Tue, Dec 30 2008
    Filed under: gaming, hardware, build guide, cheap
Page 1 of 12 (240 items) 1 2 3 4 5 Next > ... Last »