Hardware

Review: PlayStation Virtual Reality (PSVR)

A well-made piece of kit with too many wires and a whole new method of control and stamina to learn, are you ready for the PSVR?

MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon review

A new motherboard, a not so new CPU to power it. Can MSI interest you?

Review: MSI Nvidia GTX 1080 GAMING Z graphics card

Do you have R15,000 to spend on a GPU?

Review: MSI Nvidia GTX 1070 Gaming X graphics card

MSI has armored up a pretty solid champion here.

1 million Xbox Elite controllers have now been manufactured

There is very little debate that the Xbox One Elite controller is possibly one of the best controllers available in the market right now. We reviewed the beast last year and walked away very impressed with everything it delivered. Many people wrote it off as a product that would be dead on arival, but here we are with the official tweet from Phil Spencer that 1 Million Xbox Elite controllers have ...

PS4 Neo will not be at E3, but Sony confirms it’s very real

There’s been so many rumours about the more powerful PS4 that will make its first appearance at the E3 conference that Sony has now come out to say that it is indeed the truth, but that the console will not be at their E3 conference in 2016. According to this report, that just broke, Andrew House, president and global chief executive of Sony Interactive Entertainment, had this to say to the ...

Review: Gigabyte P57W gaming notebook

This slim 17" is cool and quiet, while still grunting in games.

Review: Asus ROG Z170 Maximus 8 Formula motherboard

Asus brings the lights for the Formula, but what about the critical parts?

Review: Gigabyte P37X v5 notebook

Gigabyte's P37X is back, this time with a Skylake CPU and better cooling.

Review: MSI GS40 notebook

This Skylake machine might be small, but it packs quite the punch.

Astro Gaming A40 wired headset review

Tournament Ready? Is that code for a device that performs well in several categories?

Review: Asus ROG Matrix Platinum 980 Ti

I got some time to play around with the Asus ROG Matrix Platinum 980 Ti while reviewing a 4K monitor. The card certainly looks the part, arriving in a large box with the card sitting snugly in a cut-out bed of foam. It is a massive dual-fan, dual slot monster, sitting at 30cm long. Fitting a 30cm card into a chassis can be a challenge, so make sure you have enough room. Even larger cases might nee...

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