A hyper-stylish FPS, Severed Steel has a great core but lacks the coherence of a great shooter.
Assembling the structure.
Making Crescent Moons.
We first reported Commodore's re-entry into the market back at CeBit 2007. Finally, a retail sample has reached the bit-tech labs - we take it for a grilling to see if it really is worthy of the Commodore name.
The Spotswood Drum case mod finally goes on sale, boasting better cooling, elimination of hot-spots and a custom finished wooden exterior.
The Zalman GT1000 may look gorgeous, feel gorgeous and have more doors than that hallway of infinite doors in The Matrix (you know the one), but how will it fare in our rigorous testing? Find out within.
Just in time for the summer heat, our friend Butterkneter is back with another awesome FIFA themed mod. Game sequels may be a bit drab, but the mod sure isn't!
Is the Gigabyte Poseidon a little fish in a big ol' ocean of PC cases, or is it a diminutive sea god in disguise? Grab your tackle, we're about to find out!
This week's polls are centred not so much around hardware, but modding: are cases with windows and lights still acceptable?
Also, we want to know how you listen to music on your PC.
Built for multiple graphics cards and packed with multiple PSUs, the P190 is a case built for a heavy-weight, high-end system. But can it possibly hold its own in our testing? Let's find out.
Apparently it's the fans that use up most of the power, not the 200W graphics cards. We've been barking up the wrong tree, so to speak.
Things have been quiet on Microsoft’s anti-trust case for a while now, but that looks like it is about to change after Google filed a complaint with the Department of Justice.
COMPUTEX 2007: Cooler Master's Cosmos chassis is almost ready to ship to customers.
COMPUTEX 2007: Zalman makes yet another stunning case, but instead of crazy heatpipes and passive cooling we get integrated watercooling.
We have a look at the Revoltec Zirconium case to see if it can possibly become the case of choice for system builders everywhere, or if it's just another disappointment waiting to happen.
COMPUTEX 2007: Antec shows us two new cases, including an new P180 with all the great features the old one had, but this one got shrunk in the wash.
COMPUTEX 2007: ThermalRight has quite possibly won the award for the biggest heatsink at this year's show...
COMPUTEX 2007: In a sort of lovechild between Lian Li and Cooler Master, Foxconn makes a concept case to die for. Well, maybe not fatally injured for.
The month of May is drawing to a close, and so it's time to take a peek into the forums for another look at the project logs.
The Enermax Pandora may not look like much, and it sure doesn't cost the earth, but it may just be our favourite budget case yet. Let's open Pandora's Box.
Intel came to us for some top modders for a big kick-off in China, and we were happy to help. What followed is a story of epic intrigue, $750 bar tabs and four of bit-tech’s finest…and the eternal question: “Have you seen Beckham?”
Only a short while after Antec delivered the amazing P182, it announces another addition to the P100-series; the Antec P190.
Bubble cars, rodents, and one of the most beautiful paint jobs in a long time. Modder Pieter Bijleveld includes a little bit of everything and a lot of slick design in his latest creation, BaDassumption.
The original Antec P180 may have looked like a fridge, but it was also one of the coolest and quietest cases we've ever seen. Is the new and improved P182 any better? Let's find out.
French modder Kotomi has just unveiled his new modern/retro system mod, the Wii-SNES. You guessed it - a Super Nintendo inside a Wii chassis. One suspects he's rather missed the point of the latest Ninty console.
The Cooler Master Stacker 830 is one of our all-time favourite cases. We review its new stablemate, the Stacker 832, as well as an exclusive look at the Smooth Creations 830 with custom paintjob.
September 23 2021 | 09:05
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