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With PC gaming on the rise, a new study has found gaming computers are using $10 billion or 75 terawatt hours' worth of electricity a year, worldwide, 10 times more than consoles.
Microsoft will hold a keynote at this year's IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin, at which it promises to show off a range of new devices "that will light up the Windows 10 experience".
Valve is finally ready to launch its first Steam Machine. The gaming PC will be built by Alienware and will arrive in November. Those that pre-order will have the chance to get it on October 16th.
Valve has revealed that it is no longer involved with PC maker Xi3 and its upcoming PISTON gaming PC, despite an announcement at CES 2013 that Valve had made a financial investment in Xi3.
The MSI GX60 is the latest entry in the company's Gaming Series of notebooks. The unit we tested arrived with a quad-core AMD A10-4600M CPU clocked at 2.3GHz alongside AMD Radeon HD 7970M...
Digital Storm has refreshed the specifications of the Bolt, small form factor, gaming PC. It may be little, but it packs quite a punch in the face of competition from Alienware and Falcon Northwest.
Dell's Alienware division has launched a new gaming desktop PC, the X51, that looks like a gaming console and has a price starting at just $699, along with a new Alienware Gaming Service.
Origin PC is offering to overclock its new gaming PC rigs with the Intel Core i7 2700k processor, which normally runs at 3.5 Ghz, from 4.7 GHz all the way up to a huge 5.2 Ghz.
Here's the scenario: You're bored one night surfing the Internet and you decide to do a mock build of your dream PC. Whether through your favorite e-tailer or a boutique system builder, you find yourself...