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Steam hardware survey sees rise in lower-end PCs

Steam hardware survey sees rise in lower-end PCs

You would think that, as time goes on, more and more Steam users would be adopting better hardware for their PCs. The Steam hardware survey for June 2012 tells us that may not necessarily be the case, as the company actually saw an increase in lower-end PC use over past hardware surveys. Take, for instance, the number of computers that use Intel Integrated Graphics - while NVIDIA and ATI GPUs are still by far the most common, in June Steam saw the use of Intel Integrated Graphics rise to 11%.

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PowerColor dual Barts/HD6870 video card surfaces and it looks awesome

PowerColor dual Barts/HD6870 video card surfaces and it looks awesome

I really like it when video card makers take what would normally be a decent video card with a single GPU and make it much more than that by adding a second of the same GPU to the mix. Dual GPU video cards are nothing new and have been around for a long time, we just don't see them as often as the single GPU offerings. The only downside to a dual GPU video cards is that they tend to run hotter and take up more space and power than your average single GPU card.

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Checking Out the Samsung MD23 Three Screen LCD Monitor

Checking Out the Samsung MD23 Three Screen LCD Monitor

Behold the Samsung MD23 Three Screen LCD Monitor, aka MD230X3. You're about to see this beast showcased tethered with an ATI video card and in the three monitor configuration showcasing EyeFinity (not sure which version) format. What Eyefinity format is is a driver format through ATI Catalyst that allows your computer to work with a three-screen monitor setup. Wait, how big is that, you ask? 5760 x 1080 resolution. As Vince says - "monstrous."

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Club 3D unveils overclocked Radeon HD 6850 video card

Club 3D unveils overclocked Radeon HD 6850 video card

For many years there were no factory overclocked video cards from ATI partners. If you wanted an ATI card with more performance, you had to do the overclocking yourself. Over the last, few years there have started to be a number of factory overclocked ATI cards on the market for the folks that don’t have the time or inclination to overclock themselves.

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Acer Aspire 8943G Review

Acer Aspire 8943G Review

Acer's Aspire 8943G notebook is about as far from the company's budget netbooks as you could get in a computer and yet still have a battery. A sizeable desktop replacement, with slick, minimalist design and high quality materials, the Aspire 8943G doesn't stint on specifications, either, with an Intel Core i7 CPU and lashings of RAM. Can an Acer PC really compete, not just on performance but aesthetics too, with Apple's well-esteemed MacBook Pro line? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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