Mobile only again.
A run-of-the-mill ambidextrous rodent outshone by its competition.
Is the Ryzen 5 3600 a cheaper, better Ryzen 5 3600X, or should you go for the X-edition chip?
400,000 cores, 18GB of SRAM.
Available to all.
Better, faster, PVRIC4ier.
Up to 512 TOPS, it claims.
75 times more powerful than Intel's version.
Not only battery-free but electronics-free.
Promises passive cooling.
Suitable for even the slimmest smartphone.
Borrows tricks from its bigger brothers.
Tweaked heatsink with shiny black finish.
Zalman's new AIO cooler is expensive, but features dual copper radiators and a nanoparticle coolant.
Upgrades its X-Structure design.
Seven heatpipes, three fans - it's a beast.
Just 27mm tall, the PH-TC90LS is claimed to cope with 130W TDP.
A new material, inspired by graphene, promises light-speed mass-free electron movement.
Bell Labs has announced a new broadband technology called DSL Phantom Mode, which can push 300Mb/s.
Digging through our archives we found the original, first custom-made GeForceFX watercooling setup in the world: FXFlow. And we're letting you guys get a piece of it once again.
COMPUTEX 09: We cunningly got a shot of the latest single PCB GeForce GTX 295 at EVGA.
Researchers at IFAM in Germany create a new thermal material for cooling silicon by adding diamond powder to copper.
Scythe is a company with a massive reputation in the enthusiast community and it recently released its Ninja Copper cooler. We test the Ninja Copper out to find if it lives up to the company's reputation for making great low-noise coolers.
It's lawsuit time again and this time Nintendo and Sony are being sued by a company which claims the patent to the controller software.
COMPUTEX 2007: Scythe and Thermaltake have a few more, even larger coolers to make even the hottest silicon reach for a jumper.
OCZ has unveiled its PC2-9200 FlexXLC memory modules, clocked at an impressive 1150MHz. They come complete with a new copper and aluminum hybrid cooling solution.
August 13 2019 | 08:30
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