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Triple video cards rocket Origin's Millennium from 'fast' to 'fastest ever tested'

What do you get when you combine an overclocked Intel Core i7-5960X, with three GTX 980 video cards? Record breaking performance, that's what.

  • Pros: Highly customizable , Easy to upgrade or repair , Plenty of…
  • Cons: Large and very heavy , Extremely loud at full load

Here’s what you can do if you’re having PS4 issues after the v2.0 update

If you're having trouble with your PlayStation 4 following Sony's version 2.0 update, you might try one of these fixes to keep you gaming while Sony works on an official fix.

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas HD appears to be a port of the game’s mobile release

The recently announced HD remastering of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for Xbox 360 appears to be a port of the iOS and Android edition, according to Digital Foundry.

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James Cameron, the man who brought us Avatar, isn’t impressed with virtual reality

Pioneering filmmaker James Cameron recently expressed his middling opinion of Oculus Rift and the state of virtual reality at a Wall Street Journal panel.

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The first laptop with clicky mechanical keys will make everyone at Starbucks hate you

Mechanical keyboards are often preferred by gamers for their increased accuracy, but they haven't been available on gaming laptops. MSI is changing that with the GT80 TItan.

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Hunt the fell beasts of Middle-earth in Shadow of Mordor’s ‘Lord of the Hunt’

The first DLC expansion for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Lord of the Hunt, will focus on Torvin the Dwarven Hunter and a deadly new class of mounted Beastmaster Warchiefs.

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Sony’s Shu Yoshida apologizes for ongoing Driveclub woes, postpones PS Plus Edition

The saga of Driveclub's fraught launch continues with an apologetic statement from the president of Sony's World Wide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida.

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Baffling new Assassin’s Creed Unity trailer sends Arno hurtling forward in time

A new trailer for Assassin's Creed Unity takes an unexpected turn from what we've seen so far of the game's murdery historical fiction when Arno is sent forward in time.

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Your old Dragon Age choices still matter in Inquisition, thanks to Dragon Age Keep

A new Dragon Age Keep web app lets players tweak the choices offered up in the previous two games, then import their saved world state into the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition.

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Play Ubisoft’s RPG-racer The Crew a month early in the November beta

Ubisoft's open-world driving game The Crew is set for a closed console beta on November 6-10. This will be the fourth and final beta test before its December 2 release.

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Nintendo is cooking up a device to measure fatigue and map your sleep patterns

Nintendo's previously stated plans to get into the "non-wearable" health monitoring space seem to be moving forward, with a device designed to measure fatigue and sleep patterns coming by or before March 2016.

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Noriega’s Call of Duty lawsuit dismissed, Black Ops II appearance deemed a ‘caricature’

A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge dismissed former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega's defamation lawsuit against Activision for his appearance in Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

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60 riveting movies you can watch on Netflix right now

Save yourself from hours of scrolling and searching through Netflix's massive library by checking out this list of our favorite movies you can stream right now.

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It’s not a trap! Star Wars: Battlefront slated for holiday 2015 release

Star Wars Battlefront, a revival of the beloved series announced at E3 earlier this year, has been given a Holiday 2015 release window, EA confirmed via Twitter.

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