TPG Daily Links: Suffering From Clickaphobia

Wednesday, so close, yet so far away from the weekend.  To help those mid-week struggles, why not take a tour of the happenings in the world personal computing and games.  Today we have a case modders toolkit guide, the best Chrome extensions, the Rezzed UK PC games festival, a HTPC builders guide, a choose your interview adventure plus much more.

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Play PC Games In Flawless Widescreen

Thanks to Widescreen Gaming Forum contributor, Hayden, you can now play games with proper UltraWide/Surround/Eyefinity resolutions.  You can grab version 1.0.5 of the application from his website, Flawless Widescreen.  Some of the games currently supported are: Diablo III, Starcraft II, RAGE, Ridge Racer Unbound, Skyrim, The Witcher 2 along wither older games like Bioshock 2 and Mass Effect.

TPG Daily Links: Click In Peace

Friday is just a reminder that Monday is only three days away.  In this edition, you can read about low-end laptop graphics, an interview with Paradox about the new Crusader Kings II DLC, another interview with the head of Origin and disappointingly low system requirements for Dark Souls.  Also available is a tech demo trailer for 3D Mark 2012 and a speech given by Linus Torvalds.

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TPG Daily Links: Click Like An Egyptian

Today we have a load of hardware reviews from around this crazy thing we call the internet.  You can read up on the technical aspects of Max Payne 3, learn more about Arma 3, how Raspberry Pi got into a TRS-80 and much more.  Yes, we still call this series, Daily Links, and will do so for the foreseeable future.

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TPG Daily Links: Where’s The Click?

For some lucky Americans, the long weekend of Memorial Day is here.  Before you get the grill heated up, take a look at what the PC gaming world has to offer.  Links below include: a Max Payne PC interview, an XCOM interview, video impressions of Faerie Solitaire and Master of the Arcane, thoughts on Facebook buying Opera, and Windows 8 multi-monitor   support.

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A Community For PC Gamers With Low-End Hardware

Just because you cannot run PC games at their maximum quality settings, or have an underpowered system, does not mean have to miss out on what PC gaming can offer.  reddit user, phrizek, has created a new gathering place for those PC gamers with low-end hardware.  /r/lowendgaming looks to offer information, tricks and tips to get the most out of your computer and the games you want to play.  It is highly recommenced you check out this corner of the web.

TPG Daily Links: Did I Click That?

Saturday is upon us.  Time to relax.  Time to pop open a nice cold can of soda and watch your favorite television program.  It is also time catch up on news from around the world of computing and PC gaming.   Today we have a pair of GTX 670 reviews, a multi-monitor de-bezel guide, thoughts on the new Ubuntu distro, a performance review of The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition, a video peek at the disastrous launch of Dino Beatdown and much more.

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TPG Daily Links: Gonna Make You Click

Once again, Monday comes along to rear its ugly head.  The awfulness is magnified if you have been battling a nasty flu bug which took over your weekend.  We have a 690 GTX review, an official statement about the functionality of Media Player in Windows 8, Steam offering remote game management, Diablo III AMD issues, the trailer for TES Online and more.

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TPG Daily Links: To Click Or Not To Click

Today the world of the internet brings you various happenings within the personal computing industry.  Some of the stories include: the fanless PSU, a rundown on the new GeForce 690, the latest Ubuntu distro, Binary Domain performance analysis, and a spectacular trailer from the upcoming indie title, Reset.

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Gaming Rig Being Auctioned Off For Charity

Tiger Direct, Corsair and eVga have come together to donate a custom rig with 100% of the auction final sale price going to help the National Multiple Sclerosis Society research a cure for MS.  The PC is housed by a Corsair Graphite 600T which includes an eVga 680, 16GB of Corsair RAM along with other high-end components.  You can watch a video presentation from Tiger Direct here.  Please pass this along to help get the word out.