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CyberPower Trinity gaming PC offers distinctive "blade" design
The Trinity gaming PC offers some distinctive looks CyberPower's latest gaming rig, known as the Trinity, is one of the most unusual systems we've seen, offering a design that wouldn't look out of place in a sci-fi blockbuster. The system features three "blades", placing the processor, graphics card and storage components in their own separate sections of the enclosure. The first segment of the high-end machine can be fitted with a mini ITX motherboard, allowing for compatibility with both Intel and AMD processors. There's room for up to 16 GB of DDR3 RAM and support for 120-mm (4.7-in) liquid cooling solutions. Meanwhile, the second blade has space for a high-output power supply, two HHDs, up to three SSDs and an optical drive.
Unified Weapons Master: Bloodless, high tech, full contact weapons fighting to debut in 2016
Ultimate Weapons Master, or UWM, Two expert martial artists, clad head to toe in high-tech articulated armor, going at each other full force with ancient and modern weapons. Staff against nunchuk, Kendo against Kali – the flag drops, the bullshit stops. An all-out, to-the-virtual-death contest to decide who is the greatest weapons martial artist in the world, and which fighting styles are more flash and form than function. That's the concept behind Unified Weapons Master, a futuristic new gladiator sport being developed out of Sydney, Australia. It's the first fighting sport that will be able to give its fighters a virtual health bar to show how much damage they'd be taking if they weren't in armor.
The US gets its first professional gaming arena
Competitive gaming is practically an institution in countries like South Korea, but it hasn't really had a permanent home in the US. That's going to change pretty shortly, though; Major League Gaming has revealed that it's opening its first dedicated eSports location, MLG.tv Arena, in Columbus, Ohio.