Rick takes a bite out of Tripwire Interactive's "Shark RPG."
How does Asus' £300 Z490 ROG Strix board stack up against the competition?
Rick looks back at a 20th Century classic.
Dell starts a corporate blog to prove that it is listening. Is it? It is. High jinks ensue.
Dell has a rather wacky case design up its sleeves, known as the XCS. It's believed to be designed by Matthew Ritter of Alienware, although it has not been confirmed by either Dell or Alienware... yet.
If you're looking for a new monitor, why not step up to something bigger, and wider? We check out the Dell's 2407WFP flat panel, which promises faster response time and full HDCP compliancy.
A new Intel presentation suggests that 24% of Intel PCs shipped so far this year are BTX, and there are plans to up this number.
We head down to London to get down and dirty with the new, gorgeous-looking Dell XPS 700. If you think it looks good, just wait until you see what's inside.
Dell is to begin shipping machines with AMD inside. First up - Opterons. To those who said it would never happen, we say - we agreed with you. Oops.
Remember the concept machine Dell showed off at E3? Well, it's now officially announced and it's called Heavy Ordnance.
E3 2006: The design team at the world's biggest system integrator has clearly been working overtime, coming up with not one, but two concept designs for the XPS line.
The 2407WFP hits Dell's website. The improvements - HDCP support for playing next-generation movies. That's it.
ATI's soon to be launched Radeon X1900GT is already for sale at online retailers in the USA - retailers list specifications.
Dell's latest release is an uprated version of its previous gaming portable. With NVIDIA's latest and greatest inside, as well as Intel's Core Duo, is this the new uber-notebook of choice?
It seems like all stories come true in the end. Alienware is snapped up for an undisclosed fee by PC giant Dell.
Tagan was showing off it's TurboJet 900W unit at CeBIT. It's the only PSU certified for NVIDIA's Quad-SLI architecture.
GDC 2006: Alienware has begun taking orders for system featuring the AGEIA PhysX PPU physics card from today. Over 100 games said to be in development; Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter amongst first to support PPU.
Or maybe they don't. Conflicting reports are appearing this morning about whether or not the two companies have done the Shareholder Shuffle.
Reports suggest that NVIDIA's Quad-SLI graphics platform will shipping in systems from the 22nd March. Availability of the dual-GPU cards for end users is unconfirmed at the moment, but sources suggest that they'll be available in March.
Gateway announces a series of PCs set to rival Dell's XPS lineup. The FX510-series doesn't have the same kind of ring, but the specs look pretty impressive on paper.
According to reports, Microsoft has lost another deal in the ongoing battle for PC real estate with search giants Google and Yahoo!.
Announced today, NVIDIA have launched a new SLI chipset for Intel, the XE. It's set to bring SLI performance to mid-range Intel motherboards.
World of Warcraft is soon to work with Core Duo; crazy Japanese types disassemble the new iMac; the MacBook has only four hours battery life; Apple bigger than Dell.
Acer has expanded their successful partnership with Ferrari and have launched a range of high-performance LCD monitors. We look at the flagship F20 widescreen. It's red, so does it go any faster?
Seeing all those CES 2006 news items zoom by on the right hand side? Stay up to date with the latest happenings from Las Vegas with our handy index.
CES 2006: We have some spy shots of the internals of the Dell XPS 600 Renegade system that showcases NVIDIA's Quad SLI.
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