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Last week, NVIDIA launched the GeForce 7900 GTX, GeForce 7900 GT and GeForce 7600 GT. We've managed to round up a selection of GeForce 7900 GTX's from some of NVIDIA's board partners. Does it live up to expectations? We have all of the answers inside...
As graphics become increasingly realistic, the line between the game world and the real world becomes blurred. We examine the ethics of sex and violence in games and their impact on today's society.
Looking for a RTS with a twist? This latest addition to the Star Wars galaxy sports some unique gameplay innovations and a kickass 3D engine with Bloom and heat haze. We give you our thoughts on the gameplay, then evaluate the graphics performance across a range of hardware.
Yes, it's a PS2 game. No, we haven't gone mad. Katamari is one of the best games of the year so far, and this is the first release for the series in Europe. Find out how much fun it is to be Prince of the Cosmos and roll worlds up into balls to replace stars. Bizzarely.
Want a Media Center? Don't want to buy a pre-built rig, but worried about MCE's notorious component compatibility woes? QuietPC has brought out a kit that pairs build-your-own flexibility with guaranteed component choices. Is this the quietest PC we've ever (not) heard?
When Bill Gates wrote his vision of the future back in 1995, he made a number of outrageous (at the time) predictions about what the digital world would be like in 2006. How have his predictions held up? We take a look back at the book and see what Gates got right and what he got wrong.
What's coming up this year? bit-tech contributor Ryan Garside takes a look at the 10 most anticipated games on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS2. It's a controversial, yet drool-worthy list.
Today, we're having a look at an Evesham Home Theatre PC with a difference. It's as small and as cool as a Mac Mini, but will it be able to handle Windows Media Center Edition while remaining as quiet as the Mini? Read on to find out...
Not content with bringing HDR to mainstream gaming, Valve are introducing a range of new cinematic effects to their Source Engine: Depth of Field, Motion Blur and more. Day of Defeat never looked so realistic.
The recent release of Quake 4 sees a return to the old days of arcade-style shooters, after a recent glut of war and tactical games. We examine the gameplay characteristics of both, and fathom some trends in multiplayer shooting.
The Xbox 360 is finally here in the UK. We've spent some quality time with the console over the last week - here are our thoughts on the hardware, the games, the connectivity and the Xbox Live experience.
Are you addicted to the latest puzzle craze? Or are you looking for a little something to stop the other half complaining about your saucy new Media Center rig? This big-screen version of the addictive puzzle game could be just the ticket.
id Software has brought the classic FPS to mobile phones, and has turned it into an action RPG in the process. Is this the first mobile phone game that real gamers will want to play? Hell yeah.
We have a bonanza of coverage for you from this weekend's i26 event in England. We play Xbox 360, find some of the coolest modded cases, interview chaps from Creative Labs and Ubisoft as well as investigating the growing number of girls getting involved in gaming.
Bethesda's next RPG, Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion, is simply gorgeous. We asked Brett Thomas to polish his suit of armour and find out more about this Xbox 360 and PC stunner in this exclusive interview with the game's Producer, Gavin Carter.
NVIDIA is retiring the 6800 GT and putting the GS in its place. It's cheaper and faster, or as fast, in most applications. What's not to like? We take a detailed look at the real-world performance of the GeForce 6800 GS.
Are you looking for the perfect gaming mouse? Razer think they have it, with the new Copherhead. It's a laser mouse, it's got 7 buttons, and onboard RAM. Will it deliver the fragging goods? We find out.
beblu are a new company with a fresh spin on home theatre PCs. Their latest creation mimics component Hi-Fi with a small form factor system designed to run Windows Media Center.
Microsoft held its X05 event in Amsterdam this week. We have the pictures - included modded Xbox 360s, as well as new screenshots from Gears of War, Project Gotham 3, Perfect Dark Zero and FIFA 06.
Leadtek have a new 7800 GT board which is dubbed 'Extreme'. It sports clocks speeds faster than the standard and a pretty good bundle. We take a look at the card, and see how it performs with the new 78.03 drivers that NVIDIA tell us will fix the texture shimmering issues we've seen previously.
Wondering how Valve's super-duper Lost Coast level is going to play on your system? We've run it through a range of different setups to find out what's playable and what's not. We also have an awesome preview video of the level to tide you over!
Dell has a system that sports SLI x16 as well as overclocked 7800s and a Pentium D. We've ripped it open and photographed the - novel - insides.
This Leadtek graphics card has two 6600GT chips on one board. How does it compare to the X800XL and the 6800GT? We rack it and rate it.
In the market for a notebook? This model from Fujitsu Siemens sports GeForce 6800 graphics and a Pentium M processor, not to mention at 17" screen. The team at TrustedReviews.com check it out.
We popped down to the latest Multiplay LAN event, i25, over the weekend. We've brought back a few pictures of mods, as well as the results of the big tournaments.
The whole idea of having a PC in your living room is really starting to take off and manufacturers see it as a market with huge growth potential. We have a look at AOpen's i915GMm-HFS Pentium M motherboard. It's packed with oodles of home theatre goodies - could it make the ideal HTPC?