Archive | April, 2015

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How to set up RAID 10 in Windows 8 and Linux

RAID 1 and 0: Together, forever When you’re trying to get the best performance out of multiple drives, a redundant array of independent disks (RAID) is your best bet. There are plenty of RAID modes levels (modes) to choose from, but many favor RAID 10 for its reliability and speed. RAID 10 is an example […]

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PC Gamer Creates the E3 for PCs

No gaming system beats the PC E3, or the Electronic Entertainment Expo, is a show held in downtown Los Angeles that focuses on pretty much all things games. But, if you’ve ever been to E3 or followed E3 coverage, you’ll quickly realize that E3 is all about consoles. Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft, all push games […]

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PlayStation Blogcast 163: The Rohde to Battlefront

Hello and welcome to a genuine megashow! Today, we talk with the Senior Producer on Star Wars Battlefront, chat with our good friend (and Sound Shapes buff) Scott Rohde, and we even discuss a few movies for good measure. There’s almost too much content for one episode, but we did it anyway! Tune in, and […]

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Unreal Engine 4 Adds Support for SteamVR

Let’s get virtual The value proposition of using Epic Games’ Unreal Engine keeps getting better. Just under two months ago, Epic ditched the $19 per month subscription free, opting instead to give budding developers free and unfettered access to its complete C++ source code hosted in GitHub while continuing to collect a 5 percent royalty […]

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Razer Seiren Digital Microphone Goes Pro, Now Available to Pre-Order

Now with XLR recording and a high-pass filter Razer’s best known for its line of PC gaming peripherals, especially mice, though it’s been branching out into several different directions through the years, including audio recording. The company tossed its hat into the audio recording ring last December with its Seiren digital microphone. Now here we […]

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Ascendance Out Today on PS4, PS3

In February, you wreaked Havoc, now get ready for Ascendance, the next DLC pack for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Available today on PS4 and PS3, Ascendance introduces four new multiplayer maps, a new directed energy weapon, and Infection, the next chapter in Exo Zombies. Click here to see the full gallery For the competitive […]

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Falcon Northwest's Tiny Tiki PC Feasts on 18-Core Xeon E5-2699 V3 CPU

Small form factor PC gets new 6-core and 8-core CPU options There was a day when the size of your desktop was a pretty good indicator of the performance inside, or at least potential performance. That’s all gone out the window lately with the emergence of high performance small form factor (SFF) PCs, some of […]

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The Escapists Launches on PS4 June 2nd

Hello again, PlayStation.Blog readers! Along with independent developer Mouldy Toof, we’re thrilled to let you know that The Escapists will be heading to PS4 on June 2nd! The award-winning, sandbox, prison-escape game features 6 uniquely themed prisons to escape from. Escaping won’t be easy, though. You’ll have to work around the strict prison schedule and […]

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Microsoft Lays Groundwork for Android and iOS Apps to Run on Windows 10

One big ‘appy family Even though Microsoft’s been giving us a glimpse of Windows 10 by way of Technical Previews and a spattering of blog posts, the Redmond outfit kept more than a few tricks up its sleeve. One of those tricks is getting Android and iOS apps to run on Windows 10 without tasking […]

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