Monthly Archives: June 2017

MSI Announces Two New Clutch Gaming Mice

By | June 29, 2017

MSI announced two new additions to its Clutch line of gaming mice, the Clutch GM60 and GM70, both of which feature RGB functionality and interchangeable thumb rests.    These new gaming mice share many features, such as size, shape, color, braided cables, Omron Gaming switches, a sturdy aluminum frame, a pouch to carry the mouse… Read More »

Microsoft Details GPU Monitoring in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

By | June 28, 2017

Microsoft’s upcoming GPU monitoring option as shown in Task Manager Small changes like this may not seem like major upgrades. But they’re useful particularly when monitoring how workloads are being handled by the operating system. The current Task Manager tells me a great deal of information in its Performance Tab, including explicit CPU identification, thread… Read More »

Cougar Showed Off A New Panzer Evo Chassis At Computex

By | June 28, 2017

We spent some quality time with Cougar’s new lines of power supplies, the recently announced Cougar Conquer chassis, and the Cougar Panzer Evo at Computex 2017. The first two items have already been covered–here’s what you need to know about Cougar’s followup to the Panzer Max. The Cougar Panzer Evo on display at the show… Read More »

More Details Emerge As GoldenEye Ransomware Campaign Spreads

By | June 28, 2017

New information continues to emerge about how the GoldenEye ransomware campaign operates, who it’s affected, and why it was conducted. The campaign revolves around a member of the GoldenEye ransomware family called Petya. Bitdefender, the Romanian security company that discovered the attack, said yesterday that it didn’t know how the ransomware spread. Now the company… Read More »