Broadband gaming
Broadband gaming

Broadband Gaming - it's the future of games, and is set to take off in a big way during the next few years. We'll be adding to this section over the months, and have the following content ready to view...

Compare: Not sure which console has the best online gaming service? Compare the Xbox, PlayStation 2 and Gamecube online networks to see which is best for you.

Get Broadband: Find out how to get a broadband internet connection, and how to register your interest in broadband to help bring the service to your town if you're not in an enabled area.

Play Online Games: Enemy Territory, Counter Strike and other popular PC games, on fast UK-based game servers in association with our friends at PlayZen.net.

Download game videos and demos: If you've already got a Broadband connection then you might as well make the most of it and download the latest demos and videos, totally free of charge.

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Inspiring new desktops from Dell

Mass market PC manufacturer Dell have launched a series of new Inspiron desktop machines to compliment their existing Dimension and XPS ranges, with a choice of Intel Core2Duo and AMD 64 X2 processors, 4GB of RAM, 1TB of storage and new Nvidia Direct X 10 graphics cards, making them an ideal choice for gamers.

Gamers made aware of memory importance

The amount of memory in your computer could be crucial to enjoyment of the latest games titles, which can benefit from new high-performance Ballistix RAM.

It's suggested that most PC owners could at least double their computers memory, in many cases giving even old PC's a new lease of life or new powerful PC's their true full potential. Find out here how much and which RAM your computer needs.

Speed boost for British gamers

Internet service providers across the UK have been increasing connection speeds rapidly over the past few months, with new higher speed 8Mbps products from BT Total Broadband and PlusNet with packages starting at 9.99.

The new faster speeds are already being offered in some parts of the country, where operator UK Online are providing a Home 22Mbps service over selected BT telephone lines in major urban areas.

Meanwhile gamers living in Telewest and NTL cabled areas can now receive up to 10Mbps download speeds on the top consumer package.


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