PC Gaming

Western Digital’s WD_BLACK NVMe Solid-State Drives will be crucial to gamers as titles get more demanding

November 10, 2020

With gaming only getting more demanding, and titles only larger, it’s time to think long and hard about storage expansion. That’s the most widely discussed issue surrounding the next-gen gaming right now, and will likely be the main concern for gamers as we move into a world where Microsoft and PlayStation have both levelled up, […]

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Logitech G915 Lightspeed Keyboard review: Simply the best money can buy

August 24, 2020

Logitech’s design team knows that they created something special, and they sure are charging accordingly. At a whopping $399, the high-end G915 Lightspeed Keyboard demands a hefty investment, but returns with superior quality and offers a full sized, remarkably thin and low-profile wireless mechanical gaming keyboard that is built to last for a very long […]

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ADSL internet makes PC Gaming almost unbearable in modern Australia (and other first world problems)

December 18, 2018

In 2018, most new releases across the board from AAA video game titles are around 40 gigabytes in size. This is huge when you consider that games were much lower not too long ago. Skyrim was only 6GB when it was released in 2011. Assassins Creed II was 8GB in 2010, and Crysis was 7GB […]

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Is PC Gaming affordable in Australia?

November 25, 2018

There’s been a debate for years (among those for whom these things are a concern) regarding the apparent superiority of PC gaming over console gaming — desires for higher frame rates, better graphics and wider variety of titles drive the debate, but something that’s prevalent within each argument is cost, from peripherals to internal hardware. […]

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Tech Review: Logitech G512 Carbon Mechanical Keyboard: Good manners

July 19, 2018

The Logitech G512 Carbon Mechanical Keyboard is very well mannered. It has the rapid fire response times you’re looking for in a gaming keyboard, but the click from its switches as you type is minimal. This makes it a board that can do it all — you can use this as a day-to-day office board […]

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