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Intel, AMD, ARM, Google, and Microsoft Issue Statements on Discovered Security Flaws

Google researchers who were the ones that discovered the vulnerabilities in basically every Intel processor that's been released in the past 10 years, have named them Meltdown and Spectre. There is now a dedicated website for them. With the findings being made public, many companies have issued statement regarding the issue, we have those below.

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Ultimate Travel Tech Guide

The Holiday's have just passed and I know many of you are traveling. We get asked all of the time, "What is in your bag?", or "What tech do you travel with?". Well since we are heading to CES next week we thought we would put together a big Ultimate Travel Tech article going over all of the tech we travel with! Let's get started!

Gaming News

Steam Reveals To Selling Games of 2017

Steam has just released a special page revealing the top selling games on their platform, measured by gross revenue this year. They have organized games into "Platinum", "Gold", "Silver", and "Bronze" tiers. Taking a look at the Platinum tier you can see many games you expected to be there like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Counter-Strike: GO, and Rocket League.

Hardware News

Design Flaw In Intel CPUs Found, Reduces Performance

A massive design flaw and security vulnerability has been found in Intel CPUs. This design flaw not only effects security, but performance as well. The affected processors require an update to the OS on both the Windows and Linux side. Once you apply this fix a performance drop of 5-30% can be observed.

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Samsung Unveils First Thunderbolt 3 QLED Curved Monitor

Samsung Electronics will expand the connectivity and performance capabilities of its signature curved display line-up with the debut of its new CJ791 monitor, the first curved monitor to feature Intel's Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. Designed for entertainment and business audiences, the 34-inch CJ791 model aligns single-source power and processing speed with an exceptional picture quality for a comfortable and productive user experience.

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NZXT H700i Case Review

NZXT is a company which has always innovated when it came to their cases. I've always felt like their cases were made for builders as they've always had features that builders and modders wanted. It has been a while since we've seen a new high-end case from NZXT. Well they have recently released their new H-Series cases, which are made up of the H700i, H400i, and H200i. These are ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX cases respectively. NZXT tells us these are "Smart" cases with built-in RGB lighting and fans which you can control via NZXT's very popular CAM software. Of course this is all connected for you from the get go, and you have adaptive noise reduction which should help your system stay quiet, even during intense gaming sessions. Of course you have a nice tempered glass side panel to show off your hardware, and some very interesting cable management features. Is this the next case for you? Read on as we find out!

Hardware News

Plextor Debuts Their Latest M9Pe Gaming PCIe SSDs

PLEXTOR, a leading manufacturer of award-winning solid-state drives (SSDs) and other high-performance digital storage devices for consumers, today announced the launch of its newest NVMe PCIe SSD the M9Pe Series. The new M9Pe SSD Series has adopted advanced 64-layer 3D NAND and flagship controller along with exclusive PlexNitro, smart cache technology, delivering unprecedented sequential read/write up to 3,200/2,100 MB/s and random read/write up to 400,000/300,000 IOPS.

GeIL Super Luce RGB SYNC DDR4
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GeIL Super Luce RGB SYNC DDR4-3000 32GB Memory Kit Review

Earlier this year we took a look at GeIL's Super Luce DDR4 memory. This memory turned out to be really good and we even rewarded it with our Recommended Award. The original Super Luce memory had a single-color light bar at the top. Well we know RGB is all the rage now, so GeIL has released their Super Luce RGB SYNC DDR4 memory. This new memory has an RGB light bar at the top and is compatible with ASUS's AURA Sync, so you can easily control it with ASUS's software. Today we will be checking out the GALS432GB3000C16AQC kit which is a 32GB kit running at 3000 MHz with timings of 16.18.18.36 at 1.35V. This kit is also part of the GeIL's AMD Edition, so these are specifically designed for Ryzen builds. Let's take a look and see what they are about!

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