Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Despite a shaky beginning, Turtle Rock's cooperative shooter is a worthy successor to Left4Dead.
After years trapped in licensing hell, the classic action-RPG is back. But does it still hold up in the days of Dark Souls?
So you want a 4GB DDR2 kit, but you also want some extreme speeds? OCZ has the answer.
An inexpensive, well featured P35 board with Asus' energy efficient EPU and a full eight phase power regulation? The Asus P5K Pro seems to have it right - we find out if it's as good as the spec sheet implies.
OCZ DDR2 Memory comes in quite a range: from classic XTC to the watercooling capable FlexXLC to the latest Reaper HPC modules. We tested one of each to find out how they all stack up.
COMPUTEX 2007: OCZ shows bit-tech its low latency DDR3 Z3 modules, and also gets a lesson in DDR3 from one of the industry's top memory gurus.
CEBIT 2007: OCZ showed us what is believed to be the world’s fastest DDR2 memory yesterday, rated at a lofty PC11200 or 1400MHz.
We take at look at Kingston HyperX & OCZ FlexXLC DDR2-800MHz memory and compared them head to head, to see what budget conscious enthusiast would buy.
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.
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