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PLE and the PC gaming community
PLE and the PC gaming community
Sponsored You saw them at Upgrade Australia, but PLE has a range of events all its own!
 
The best Raspberry Pi alternatives
The best Raspberry Pi alternatives
The best single-board computers for makers and hobbyists.
 
How to: Understand PC game graphics settings
How to: Understand PC game graphics settings
Don’t know your ambient occlusion from your chromatic aberration? Rick Lane takes you through the complicated world of graphics options menus.
System News: Memory of things to come 

System News: Memory of things to come

Mark Williams thinks about the future of the PC memory landscape and how it could all change.
Hands-on Preview: Asus ROG Zephyru gaming laptop 

Hands-on Preview: Asus ROG Zephyru gaming laptop

Space rocket-inspired cooling helps Asus squeeze a GeForce GTX 1080 where no GPU has gone before.
Hands-on Preview: OSVR 

Hands-on Preview: OSVR

Ben Mansill sticks his head in the ‘other’ VR HMD.
The Gaming Edge: Gigabyte and Aorus 

The Gaming Edge: Gigabyte and Aorus

Sponsored: Aorus, a premium gaming brand powered by Gigabyte, delivers a full spectrum of gaming products ranging from gaming laptops, motherboards, graphics cards, and mechanical gaming keyboards.
Friday Links Links: May The Fifth?  

Friday Links Links: May The Fifth?

Your round-up of essential pop-culture news, just in time for the weekend.
Razer - Seriously cool gaming gear 

Razer - Seriously cool gaming gear

Sponsored: Razer delivers the best in gaming hardware.
Hands-on Preview: Acer Predator Triton 700 

Hands-on Preview: Acer Predator Triton 700

This super-slim gaming laptop has a heart of glass.
Stop the clocks: has Intel run dry on the desktop? 

Stop the clocks: has Intel run dry on the desktop?

Intel’s latest desktop processors have failed to move the performance needle. Stewart Mitchell investigates whether this is indicative of a longer-term slump.
Friday Linky Links: Now with brains AND brawn 

Friday Linky Links: Now with brains AND brawn

A week of pop-culture news not dominated by comic book movies? Sure, why not!
How to: Silence a noisy PC 

How to: Silence a noisy PC

Is your computer making too much noise? Here are some handy tips to keep noise levels down.
Friday Linky Links: Superheroic edition 

Friday Linky Links: Superheroic edition

A whole mess of superheroes, a super hero from your not-so-recent past, and a super heroic weekend project in this weeks pop-culture round-up.
Hands-on Preview: Star Trek: Bridge Crew 

Hands-on Preview: Star Trek: Bridge Crew

Ubisoft is boldly going where no virtual reality developer has gone before.
Interview: Frank Soqui, Intel's General Manager of Virtual Reality 

Interview: Frank Soqui, Intel's General Manager of Virtual Reality

Intel is doubling down on VR. We talk about games, the lack of AAA content, and how the technology can change... everything.
How to: Build a silent PC 

How to: Build a silent PC

Antony Leather shows you how to build a completely silent PC from scratch, and also shares some tips and tricks for reducing the racket from your current system.
Essential software tools for superior overclocking 

Essential software tools for superior overclocking

Overclocking can be tricky. Fortunately, there’s many tools out there that will help you find the limits, if you use them correctly. Mark Williams skims over some of the tools in the overclockers toolbelt.
System News: The PC case lights up 

System News: The PC case lights up

Mark Williams looks at how PC lighting has become fancy.
System News: The hard drive is 60 years old!  

System News: The hard drive is 60 years old!

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the magnetic hard drive - but it also marks the beginning of the hard drive’s demise. This month Mark Williams looks at why hard disk drives are finally getting the boot.
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