Nvidia misses revenue targets, stock slides
Joins AMD in the doldrums.
Network drive failures, audio issues abound.
ATI are back with a new version of their All-In-Wonder card, based on the X800GT chipset. This card has one added bonus however - digital tuner! All you lucky folk with DVB-T reception can rejoice - read more inside...
Have you got the Media Center bug? We've spent some time investigating the best components with which to build a home theatre PC for use with Microsoft Media Center. In the first of a new series on home theatre, we talk you through the component choices you need to make to build your own box.
In brief: colour screens, flash storage, smaller size, new capacity. More details inside.
Looking for a memory stick that's a little durable than most? These chaps put a Corsair stick in ice, boiling water and a goldfish tank before running it over with a BMW. Results inside.
Looking for a card in the £100 / $150 range? ATI's new X800 GT part is a fantastic new 'performance mainstream' video card delivering some great image quality at awesome frame rates. We look at solutions from PowerColor, HIS and Sapphire and find out which one is worthy of your money.
Intel has sent a document to the court that counters the claims AMD has made about it so far. The gist - we don't need to cheat, we rock!
After our report on Friday evening, NVIDIA were quick to respond to our story with a new driver that fixes the majority of the shimmering that was seen in Forceware 77.77
Just as DVD-R has replaced the CD-R, the 25GB Blu-ray BD-R is set to replace the DVD. We have details of Pioneer's first PC-based drive, the BRD-101A.
Fancy a VOIP-in-a-box system? The new Epia-based servers from ArenaTalk could be just what you're looking for.
Creative have won a patent covering MP3 player interfaces for their Zen models which may also cover Apple's iPod. Microsoft also hold a patent that the iPod infringes on. Dark days for Cupertino Legal.
John Bruno is the man responsible for the latest motherboard chipsets at ATI. We punched over a few questions to him about ATI's strategy for CrossFire, as well as its general plans for motherboard chipsets.
It was surely inevitable - following on from 17" laptops, we now have 19" laptops. See inside for what makes this a little bit special...
BenQ have a new 17" monitor designed for gamers who want the fastest response available. With a 5ms panel and a glossy coating to add extra imagine intensity, it seems interesting on paper. How does it rate? We take a look.
After the successful launch of NVIDIA's GeForce 7-series, a number of consumers complained about the poor texture filtering quality. Is this a driver bug, or is this another degradation in Anisotropic Filtering quality?
IDF FALL 05: Intel has given a number of demonstrations of WiMax working in the real world. It seems like the wireless broadband tech is finally starting to kick off.
Continuing this week's theme, we've had a pair of Intel's processors in the test labs this week: The 3.8GHz Pentium 4 670 and the 2.8GHz dual cored Pentium D 820. Which is best? High clock speed single core with HyperThreading, or the lower clock speed, two cores and no HyperThreading? We have the answers inside...
IDF FALL 05: Intel's CEO has shown off a new type of pocket device that he thinks will have the power to run the new version of Windows.
IDF FALL 05: Moles out at IDF have hinted at new Intel releases for the high-end before the year is out. We have a few details inside.
IDF FALL 05: Intel's new relationship with Apple means that the fruity firm has suddenly become all acceptable at the Intel event. We track down those Apple asides...
IDF FALL 05: Corsair are showing off their 8000UL memory, and have a spectacular kaleidoscope case on their stand promoting their Xpert modules.
IDF FALL 05: Intel's new Centrino platform will support Matrix RAID. Can you say 'Ultimate LAN notebook'?
IDF FALL 05: CrossFire graphics cards are supported on 955X chipsets, officially, according to ATI today. We have details of the lane configuration and the like inside.
IDF FALL 05: Intel's new brand, VIIV, already has its first poster child. 'Golden Gate' is a Pentium M system for the desktop and living room. It's tiny, and pretty funky too.
IDF FALL 05: Intel has a new brand, designed to replicate the success of Centrino on the desktop. In a Matrix-style twist, however, they're being very tight-lipped about what's actually in it. We're following the white rabbit...
IDF FALL 05: The new next-generation chip from Intel should sport great gaming performance, according to one of its architects.
IDF FALL 05: Sean Maloney, Intel's mobile honcho, has officially introduced the next Centrino platform, Napa. It includes not only dual core chips, but also improved graphics and video support too.