Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Need a custom tray for a project? We guide you through the process of making one at home
EVGA has posted an image of an LGA2011 board on its forums, revealing a right-angled ATX connector.
The Raven RV03 combines aspects of SilverSone's excellent Raven RV02 and brilliant Fortress FT03.
We take a sneaky first look at Fractal Design's new high-performance Arc case
Palit took the AMD ATI Radeon HD 4850 reference design and threw it out of the window before it started working on the Radeon HD 4850 Sonic. We check out Palit's completely redesigned card to see if it can stand up against the fierce competition on the market.
We've been working with Asus over the last couple of weeks, testing its upcoming addition to the Republic Of Gamers product line. Meet the Striker Extreme; it's based on NVIDIA's all-new nForce 680i SLI chipset and it comes with a kitchen sink. Join us as we have a look at what to expect from Asus' next gem...
DFI is a company that makes some of the best enthusiast motherboards in the industry and is renowned for throwing the kitchen sink at its boards. We have a look at the more budget-orientated Infinity 975X/G and find out whether it's any good.
The Abit KN9 SLI is based on NVIDIA's nForce 570 SLI chipset for AMD's AM2 processors. There are a lot of good AM2 motherboards out there, does this one join the elite ranks? We dive in to find out...
Asus has designed its P5B Deluxe WiFi-AP Edition motherboard around Intel's recently-released P965/ICH8R chipset combination. It incorporates a mamouth feature set, but do these features make a great motherboard? We have the answers for you here.
Google's number one rival is rolling out a new funky page layout based around customisation and a new clean design. Can it bump up Yahoo to become first-choice searching destination again?
Following last week's launch of AGEIA's PhysX PPU, ASUS has announced they will be manufacturing a 256MB version. No one yet knows of the difference over BFG's 128MB PPU card.
Readers woke up to a new world and a new bit-tech design this week. Wil Harris discusses the changes