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ASUS launches "the fastest GTX 980 Ti on the planet"
20th Anniversary Gold Edition GTX 980 Ti boasts base/boost clocks of 1266/1367MHz.
LG Display to invest $8.7 billion in OLED manufacturing plant
Meanwhile we hear that Apple will shift to using OLED displays from 2018 onwards.
AMD will launch Radeon R9 Fury X2 at December event says report
And a clue to it already being in game developer hands was Tweeted by DICE yesterday.
Scan Computers launches Black Friday promotion
Been waiting to upgrade your PC? Now may be the opportune moment.
A full on remake of System Shock is in development
And you can grab earlier System Shock games cheap in the Steam Exploration Sale.
Nvidia SHIELD Tablet X1 spotted on benchmarks site
Meanwhile the Nvidia SHIELD Android TV gets the Black Friday treatment, at £119.99.
Samsung begins mass production of 128GB DDR4 modules
Industry first 128GB 'through silicon via' (TSV) memory modules are aimed at server use.
Raspberry Pi Zero available today, costs just £4 ($5)
Smallest Raspberry Pi yet is 40 per cent faster than the original.
Win an ASUS RoG Maximus VIII Hero motherboard
We have three waiting to be won!
Toshiba 3D metal printer is 10x faster than competitor products
It uses laser metal deposition (LMD) technology sped by a special nozzle design.
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 980 Ti Xtreme Gaming WaterForce
A liquid-cooled GTX 980 Ti begging to be overclocked.
Microsoft re-releases Windows 10 November Update ISOs
Redmond had removed the update as it was forgetting some user privacy settings.
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