This new Micro ATX case is perfect for your small form factor Cyberpunk 2077 PC build

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This new Micro ATX case is perfect for your small form factor Cyberpunk 2077 PC build

Thermaltake just announced the new AH T200 Micro ATX case, and it honestly looks like my Cyberpunk 2077 modding dream. If you're looking for a small form factor case to build a gaming PC for Cyberpunk 2077, this is definitely worth a look. Hot off the Thermatake sizzle reel, it seems the AH T200 is essentially a smaller version of the Thermaltake AH T600 full tower, so it has many of the same features.

Firefox maker fears it will be collateral damage in antitrust lawsuit against Google

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Firefox maker fears it will be collateral damage in antitrust lawsuit against Google

The US Department of Justice and eleven state Attorneys General have jotted their names to an antitrust lawsuit against Google, accusing the search giant of "unlawfully maintaining monopolies through anticompetitive and exclusionary practices in the search and search advertising markets." And interestingly enough, Google has found an ally in Mozilla, which suggests it and other smaller outfits could ultimately be the ones harmed as a result of the lawsuit.

Fortnite just cut its install size by over 60GB

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Fortnite just cut its install size by over 60GB

Somehow, over the past few years, Fortnite has managed to bloat itself into taking up over 90GB of hard drive space. Thankfully, today's update for the oversized battle royale took an axe to that figure, cutting the game's footprint by over two-thirds.

Halo 4 begins closed testing on PC

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Halo 4 begins closed testing on PC

In the parlance of the big green man himself, The Master Chief Collection is almost ready to finish the fight. Testing (sorry, "flighting") for Halo 4 began this week—and like Halo 3 before it, 343 Industries is inviting every registered Halo Insider along for the ride.

Fallout 76 celebrates global nuclear annihilation with a free week for everyone

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Fallout 76 celebrates global nuclear annihilation with a free week for everyone

October 23, 2077, in Fallout lore, is the day that China brought the decade-long Sino-American War to a head by unleashing a nuclear strike against the US. That of course resulted in a retaliatory strike against China by the US, and a couple of hours later the world was a fried onion. To celebrate the big day, Bethesda is making the multiplayer post-nuclear playground Fallout 76 free to play until October 26.