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Oculus Rift CV1 Unboxing

2016 is the year of VR and KitGuru has published many articles on the topic already – we have discussed the technology, presented an AMD technical analysis (with an Nvidia analysis coming soon) and showcased an unboxing of the HTC Vive. News Editor Jon Martindale has had a pre-release version …

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KitGuru updates test rigs with Overclockers UK

KitGuru reviews thousands of products every year and having high performance, up to date test systems at hand to partner with the latest components is critical. This is particularly true when we are reviewing the latest graphics cards. In the last week several of our older 4770K and 4790K systems …

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ASUS UK hiring: polling KitGuru readers!

ASUS UK wanted to let KitGuru readers know that they are hunting for a new team member to be positioned in their Hemel Hempstead offices in the United Kingdom. Are you looking for a new job and feel you have a lot to offer one of the world’s biggest computer …

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Sennheiser HD800 S Review

In the world of extreme headphone hifi, the Sennheiser HD800 have earned legendary status. Since their launch seven years ago the HD800 have not only managed to hold their own against cutting edge planar phones but in relative terms they have proved somewhat of a bargain. Sennheiser have released a …

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HTC Vive Pre Unboxing

Ahead of the official release in April, KitGuru news editor Jon Martindale has been playing with the HTC Vive Pre to show you what you can expect to get inside all those boxes. This unboxing is the first in a series of articles featuring the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. …

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Seasonic showcase – which PSU do you need?

One of the biggest mistakes that a relatively inexperienced system builder will make is to place all the component focus on the most powerful processor, motherboard and graphics card while trying to save money on the power supply – to be invested elsewhere. When I am building a new rig …

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Sapphire Nitro R9 Fury OC+ Recap & Nitro R9 390 Competition

Sapphire recently released their latest Nitro R9 Fury OC+ graphics card. I reviewed this GPU a couple of weeks ago and it won our coveted WORTH BUYING award. Sapphire have tweaked, overclocked and enhanced the AMD reference solution to deliver whisper quiet, coil whine free, super smooth frame rates. This …

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Kitguru TV Tech News recap 1st February 16

Today KitGuru TV’s Leo Waldock talks about some of the more interesting news stories posted on Kitguru.net in the last week. Watch on our Vimeo channel HERE. Asus shows off two new MG-Series 4k Monitors – read HERE. Facebook makes its first billion dollar quarter profit – read HERE Intel …

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DeepCool DQ750 ST PSU Review

Today we analyse one of the new power supplies from Deep Cool – the DQ750ST. This non modular unit is 80 Plus Gold Certified and they have also incorporated a quiet 120mm speed adjustable fan into the chassis. Deepcool claim this power supply offers ‘outstanding and stable performance’. Deepcool are …

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FSP Hydro G 750W Power Supply Review

FSP have been manufacturing power supplies now since 1993 and are one of the world’s leading OEM suppliers. Companies such as Zalman, OCZ, Antec, Silverstone, Super Talent and AOpen have adopted their power supplies in various ranges throughout the years. It would be fair to say that over the years …

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Sapphire Radeon R9 Nitro 380X Review

Last week AMD released their mid range R9 380X and today we supplement our launch review by taking a look at the Sapphire Radeon R9 Nitro 380X. Right now NVIDIA have no solution at the same price (£200) so partners are able to offer up some competitive deals to tempt …

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Gigabyte GTX980Ti XTREME Gaming Windforce Review

If you have £600 burning a hole in your pocket then perhaps today’s review product may interest you. The Gigabyte GTX980 Ti XTREME Gaming is a custom, heavily overclocked graphics card which features a semi passive three fan ‘Windforce’ cooler. With a 12+2 Phase Power implementation and proprietary backplate, the …

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PowerColor Radeon R9 390 PCS+ Review

If you are in the market for a powerful sub £300 graphics card AMD’s R9 390 still bears serious consideration. Right now there are some partner cards available at very competitive price points – the PowerColor R9 390 PCS+ that we look at today for instance, is currently available at …

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