Phanteks releases Eclipse P350X RGB chassis
New £65 mid-tower.
'Virtual Fences' not enough for Variant 4, sources say.
NVIDIA is expected to unveil its new graphics processor at Computex. Is it fed up of waiting for R520?
OCZ and ASUS join forces to deliver ultra-fast PC2-8000 rated DDR2 memory modules.
Board partners are already introducing 512MB in to the performance mainstream sector, is it really required?
It appears that the 'on again', 'off again', 'no really - they're on again' talks between the two NG DVD Camps is leaning toward Sony's format
Pictures of the Asus board which incorporates two 6800GT cores onto a single board, for SLI, have appeared on the net.
AMD will be Technology Sponsor for Star Wars: Episode III "Celebration Day" event due to take place in London's Leicester Square this Monday (16th May)
According to several Taiwanese motherboard manufacturers, NVIDIA is preparing the launch of its integrated graphics chipset, codenamed C51, in the third quarter of this year.
AMD's new Athlon 64 X2 is pitted against Intel's EE 840 with dramatic results
The Land of the Rising Sun slaps Chipzilla with a two month ban
New information suggests that ATI will release its MVP architecture at Computex, ahead of its next-generation R520 GPU, which is expected to support Shader Model 3.0. Could this also mean more delays for Half-Life 2's Lost Coast level?
Reports suggest that the G70, Nvidia's next graphics part, runs cooler than its current GeForce 6800 Ultra.
ABIT Engineered and built to kill... 512MB Fatal1ty Radeon X800 XL announced - g0t frags...?!?!11
Intel's Pat Gelsinger reveals his thoughts on Sony's Cell processor and on the nightmare of working with former CEO Andy Grove
Rumours of ATI's MVP architecture have appeared on the web... will it be a viable solution, or is it just a quick fix?
£76 million losses uncertified, Taiwan Stock Exchange demands thatABIT update reports to fully reflect its financial situation.
The Homeplug Powerline Alliance, the group that has been touting Ethernet over the mains has gotten into bed with the Big S
The latest "Top 20" of applications with security holes / exploits has been published by Sans
Computex is set to be video card announcements galore, the GPU wars begin, and we wonder who'll win this time around...
A picture of the new-style controller for the Xbox 360 hits the web, whilst Bill Gates is making the press tour talking about the capacilities of the console.
The iMac line gets a speedbump, with faster processors and graphics cards.
It would appear that NVIDIA also has problems with widescreen resolutions and SLI too, as well as interlaced High-Definition resolutions across its entire range.
May 2nd saw AMD release new prices for the Socket 754 Semprons. Prices are down in the region of 5-10% across the Socket 754 range, Socket A prices remain relatively unchanged.
AverMedia send out a news shot hoping to clear up the TV Licensing laws for TV tuners. The whole thing is a bit of a muddle.
With the latest figures in from Mercury Research, ATI are left with just 30% of the current-generation.
New revisions to the BIOS' of popular Gigabyte boards support the dual-core X2 Athlon 64 processor.
Users spot strange objects appearing all over the screen when using HDTV. US military denies that objects ever existed.