To celebrate the Year of the Sheep, you have two choices: count them while trying to sleep or buy one of these sales items to improve your gaming and ignore the sheep all night long. This weekend's sales round-up features a HyperX SSD for $95, an Intel i5-4690K at $239, the NZXT Kraken G10 CLC bracket for only $15, and an ASUS gaming monitor for $140.
This weekend is President’s Day, but instead of accepting our invitation to build PCs with the POTUS, we decided to find you a bunch of deals instead. This weekend's sales round-up features the TT Level 10 case for $150, a Z97 motherboard at $150, 8GB G.Skill RAM for only $65, a Corsair HX 850W PSU down to $100, and a PNY GTX 780 GPU for $310. Keep posted to our YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter accounts for more sales, build tips, and articles as they happen.
Anyone who pays attention to computing knows that Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has been struggling for some time. They are in the unfortunate position of being #2 (of two) for CPUs, second to Intel. AMD primarily focuses on the budget-market with APUs and CPUs that outperform Intel’s directly-competing options in that range. In the GPU market, AMD is again #2 (of two) to NVIDIA for discrete GPUs, and this is a vicious and close marketing battle.
AMD has exhibited a steady downward spiral in their stock prices for the past 4 years.
This weekend's sales roundup is featuring a mid-sized case for $63, a 140mm LED case fan for $13, and an R9 270X at $160. Keep posted to our Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter accounts for articles and additional sales as they go live.
We recently had the opportunity to speak with Richard Garriott de Cayeux, known to his fans as "Lord British," and Starr Long about the current designs for Shroud of the Avatar: Forsaken Virtues. One of the design aspects I found truly fascinating was their player-driven economy model. This shouldn't sound that strange, as almost everyone MMO appears to hype such ambitions, but few actually manage to produce an economy that doesn't self-destruct.
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