Review Razer Abyssus Essential Review
A rip-off, essentially.
The first X470 chipset board to go through its paces in our lab - is Gigabyte's X470 Aorus Gaming 7 WiFi worth the cash?
This PC-exclusive top-down shooter well worth your time and £11.
With a mirrored 570X, 5GHz 8700K, and a plethora of RGB hardware, the Narcissus is a real showstopper.
AMD has launched two new mid-range graphics cards today, the Radeon HD 5770 and Radeon HD 5750. We review the Radeon HD 5770 from Asus and look to see whether the game has changed at this hugely important price point. Read on to find out.
We've got yet another article full of modding to show you this month. Six new nominees are up as contenders for your votes, all hoping to win September's edition of Mod of the Month.
From Tale of Tales, the makers of The Path, comes a new arthouse game, Fatale. Exploring the biblical figure of Salome, who performed an erotic dance for Herod in return for John The Baptist's head as payment, Fatale definitely has a unique premise. We take a ponder.
It's lewd, crude and starring Eliza Dushku! We take a look at Wet, the grindhouse-themed shooter from Bethesda about a girl with a pair of big ol' guns and a penchant for jumping over things while shooting at baddies with samurai swords. Check out our thoughts within!
We've collected six supersized case fans (180mm to 225mm) to see which is best for that all-important side panel fan. Read on to see how Akasa, Antec and others fared in our rigorous airflow and noise testing!
With Bohemia no longer at the helm, can Codemasters still deliver a multiplatform mil-sim that will keep PC gamers happy, or is Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising worthy of little more than a court martial and a firing squad? We ask; War, eh? What's it good for?
With a spindle speed of 7,200RPM, two 500GB platters and 32MB of cache, the Spinpoint F3 is the latest performance hard disk drive from Samsung, replacing the much loved Spinpoint F1. You guys demanded the review, so finally, here it is!
The Samsung Spinpoint F1 1TB has been our favourite hard disk for almost a year, and now Samsung brings us a higher capacity follow up in the form of the EcoGreen 1.5TB. Fitted with three 500GB platters but with a spindle speed of only 5,400RPM, we find out how it measures up to the competition.
We take a rare look at the Nintendo DS to try to crack the latest Layton game - a series of riddle-based adventure games that are worthy of even the most hardcore gamers. Can Pandora's Box match the enormous success of The Curious Village? We set out to find the answer!
While SSDs might be the hot topic in storage this year, Western Digital remains focussed on HDDs, with the new 2TB Caviar Black it's new top end model. With four 500GB platters and a spindle speed of 7,200RPM, does the Caviar Black show there's life in HDDs yet? We find out.
The first salvos of the this years graphics card showdown have been fired, but where does your graphics card stand? We've retested every major card from the last eighteen months and beyond to help you decide if now is the time to upgrade.
Cypress, the GPU behind the Radeon HD 5870, is the world's first DirectX 11 compliant graphics processor and it's also the world's fastest single GPU graphics card. We go in depth to examine the architecture behind Cypress and draw comparisons to generations passed.
This month marks ten years since the Dreamcast was first released in Europe, so we look back at the technology behind Sega's last console and some of the best games for it too. This is way more than an excuse to play old games, honest!
We've collected 22 120mm fans and put them through rigorous noise and airflow tests to see which is the best. Read on to see how to keep your hardware cool while keeping the noise your PC makes to a minimum.
We sit down with Frank Dolmans, one of the designers for Ship Simulator Extremes. We ask him about the challenges of building a realistic weather generator and how the sim genre is holding up lately. Also, a picture of Harry - just because we can.
We simply couldn't resist! Sorry, Asus, but your super-expensive Mars card was just too tempting not to take apart. After digging out the right screwdrivers, we pull apart this thousand pound card AND manage to put it back together again!
Dadi Perlmutter took to the stage for Intel's Mobility keynote, where he unveiled three new Core i7 Mobile quad-core processors and an interesting new connectivity standard.
Beautiful Game Studios has made a lot of noise about completely overhauling it's football management franchise this year and bit-tech is here to decide whether the refreshed Champ Man 2010 is sitting top of the table or stuck in a relegation battle.
Sean Maloney took to the stage for the first of the two afternoon keynotes on IDF Day One. He showed the first demo of a working Larrabee chip and, frankly, the outcome wasn't as we'd hoped...
Following his absence last year, Paul Otellini returned to the limelight with the opening keynote at this year's Intel Developer Forum. We take a look at what was announced.
Batmobile? Oh that. Yes, we can see why you might think that but it's actually ATI's new Radeon HD 5870 1GB graphics card. The new model is based on the company's next generation Cypress GPU, but is it worth snapping one up right way? To the Batmobile!
Gigabyte squeezes in the goods into this micro-ATX P55 motherboard. It's not all that cheap but it still squeezes in CrossFire and SLI support, as well as plenty of features. We check if it trade blows with the big boys to decide whether it's worth pairing with the popular Core i5-750.
Is Halo: ODST really just Halo without the Master Chief or can it rise above the obvious and become a notable expansion to Bungie's beloved shooter franchise? We take a look to find out if there's more to Orbital Drop Shock Trooper than meets the eye.
We dive through a variety of motherboards to investigate what BIOS settings are best over a range of motherboards to overclock the only Lynnfield that UK customers should buy: the Intel Core i5 750.
There's a common perception that free online MMOs are garbage. Taking on the development of game that might not net you enough cash to buy a tuna sandwich is something few companies are keen on doing. We find out if there's any that are worth investing time in.
We take a look at the PC version of Resident Evil 5 to see what Capcom has added in for the PC version of the game and why it's taken five months to put it all together - which is especially confusing considering there isn't that much actually new content on show.