We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
How cool is the Corsair Hydro X Series?
Antec's affordable, minimalist water-cooling-friendly new case
COMPUTEX 2008: Funtoro, an MSI subsidiary, offers just about everything you'd ever need in a car - except the kitchen sink.
Eurocomm has launched the D901C Phantom-X laptop, which features up to 8GB of RAM, a RAID 5 storage system, and an Intel Xeon Quad Core 2.83GHz CPU. In a laptop.
Microsoft has released a security advisory alerting customers to the possibility for a privilege escalation attack against all current Windows releases - including Vista.
This is just a heads up to say that bit-tech.net will be moving to some shiny new servers this weekend. Here's how to get your fix in the meantime...
A fix for a critical data-guzzling bug in Windows Home Server won't be made available until June 2008, a full six months after the problem was brought to Microsoft's attention.
Apple's new NAS-cum-WAP Time Capsule has been dismantled by early adopters and it appears that the drive isn't as 'server-grade' as Apple claimed.
In a Los Angeles event hosted by Tom Brokaw, Microsoft officially launched its trio of new server products: Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008, and Visual Studio 2008.
Using a Windows Home Server-based appliance to store your precious data? Better make sure those backups work, as Microsoft has spotted a rather critical glitch.
TVersity has released the latest update of its free software and will now stream a greater variety of video and music from your PC to your 360 or PS3 without the need for transcoding.
Enjoy some TF2 action from Valve's latest Orange box? Thanks to Intel, we've joined up to host an uber octo-core server, so join bit-tech for some online FPS action!
AMD is going for a modular system when making its CPUs in the future, with new cores named "Bulldozer" and "Bobcat".
Sandtiger is the new core name for the Opteron AMD intends to arrive in 2009. We also get some more details on the 45nm Shanghai core as well.
You asked for it, you've got it. Ken Gypen is back with another Linux tutorial that builds on the last one, securing your ports and stripping out the bloat of your Ubuntu server.
Microsoft has announced that Windows Home Server has been released to manufacturing. Systems will ship with the OS installed by October.
On Friday, Nvidia pulled the 162.15 driver from its nZone portal after a number of complaints from end users.
UPDATED: Microsoft has released a critical update for Windows machines running processors from Intel's Core 2 and Xeon 3000/5000 families. Intel's Nick Knupffer dropped into bit-tech's forums to offer more insight.
Microsoft has moved Windows Home Server into Release Candidate stage. Will it be coming soon to a computer near you?
COMPUTEX 2007: Cyberlink has updates to most of its software at Computex. Everything is HD driven, naturally, but there's also further developments of the free CyberlinkLive.
Have you wanted a full-functionality web-server, media host, bit-torrent client and NAS box, all fully remote-controlled? Want to build it out of spare parts? Well then...
According to a report that sites Taiwanese server manufacturers, AMD's Barcelona launch schedule may be pushed back.
A UK PC manufacturer has announced that the oil-based cooling systems will be on the market within a year...
IBM has released a news briefing that the Cell processor just got a die shrink.
A virtual bubonic plague is spreading through the Second Life servers. It's name? The Grey Goo.
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