Agent 47's adventures come to a close in this (mostly) excellent finale.
Rick runs down the highlights of the coming year.
Despite huge ambition, Medal of Honor's VR adventure fails to go beyond the Call of Duty.
Mobile only again.
9W-28W mobile parts only.
Ice Lake feat. Sunny Cove gets closer.
The successor to the popular Core i3-8350K has landed without integrated graphics, but is it a match for AMD?
Six new laptop chips total, plus some desktop ones.
Another stopgap before 10nm.
A mobile-targeted Core i3, oddly.
Intel doubled its Core i3 core counts, and the Core i3-8350K costs just £160, but is it still a bargain compared to AMD's Ryzen 5 quad-cores?
Low-power now, enthusiast in January.
Offers a boost to Intel's entry-level chips.
Starts with i3, i5 variants.
Two drive bays, RAID 0 and 1 support.
Core-M gets mainstream brethren.
Better specs, new features, Q4 launch.
We take a look at Intel's beefed-up NUC board - the DC53427RKE which sports a Core i5 CPU and USB 3.0.
Fills in the top and bottom nicely.
We take a look at AMD's new Richland range of desktop APUs. Perfect for budget builders?
Like the idea of a Core i3-powered motherboard 60 per cent smaller than mini-ITX? So do we.
Ivy Bridge is now available for less than £100 - we check out whether the Core i3-3220 is worth the cash
Dual-core 1.8GHz Core-i3 in a 100mm-square box.
Compares favourably to equivalent Intel chips.
ASRock and Gigabyte are the first to announce Ivy Bridge-ready products based on Intel's Z77 and H77 chipsets.
December 11 2020 | 17:30
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