Crucial Technology has added a high-performance memory lineup, called Ballistix, to their memory offerings.
At this years Ultimate LAN held at the Texas Gaming Festival in Dallas, February 25th to 27th, ATI will show off the world's first 512MB video card.
Velocity Micro has moved its NoteMagix L80x Ultra into select Best Buy stores, chock full of Core 2 Duo goodness and Nvidia graphics.
The normally sane folks at Dell have thrown price out the window to bring us the company's latest gaming rig.
They're back! Commodore Gaming has announced plans to launch four gaming PCs in the U.S., marking the return of one of computing's original brands.
Storage developer SanDisk has filed patent infringement lawsuits against 25 companies who make, import, and sell flash storage and portable music players.
The XPS 630 will serve as Dell's mid-range gaming PC, although a wealth of customizing options will gives builders plenty of flexibility in what it can perform.
Dell's latest gaming machine packs quad-core processors, multiple GPUs, and water-cooling systems into one flashy aluminum box.
The finest HP's gaming division has to offer will soon drop its Web exclusivity and show up at retail stores for in-person manhandling.
The new Pico D is the smallest drive in Suoer Talent's already micro-sized line at just 1.4 inches long, thanks to chip-on-board technology.
Crucial's announcment of new high-performance RAM sends a message that they realize the importance of gaming and overclocking in the marketplace - and their competitors better look out.
PC makers are coming on strong in the gaming community with compelling new products and the battle between the PC and game console is heating up.
The ABS E2 Media Center PC will fit in well with your existing home theater components.
Full of features and adaptable to almost all your video graphics, the ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon 9800 Pro pushes ATI to the top of the video card food chain.
- Pros: Excellent multimedia capabilities, great for gaming
- Cons: High price
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