Rick returns to the best stealth game in existence.
Half-Life is back! But how does the switch to VR stack up?
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Triples maximum current to 3A per channel.
COMPUTEX 2007: Vacuum tubes are back, as Shuttle pairs up with ESTI to make a HTPC that'll beat those drums right out your ears.
Want a HTPC but don't want to shell out for a new m-ATX motherboard? We test the SilverStone LC20M - a sexy black HTPC that takes a full-size ATX motherboard and regular desktop-sized PSU and other components.
Matrix Orbital have got a new display which uses PLED rather than VFD. The technology gives a brighter and clearer display. But has Matrix Orbital kept pace with changing times in the modding world?
Three and a half years ago, Dave Williams stunned the modding world with the unveiling of Macro Black - a case mod truly ahead of its time. Today, we revisit this classic project in a modding Blast From The Past.
Following Shuttle's announcement this week of a Media Center-ready barebones XPC, Naser at TBreak.com decided he could go one better and mod a standard XPC with a 5-inch LCD screen.
When VIA asked us to produce a case mod for ECTS 2004, we jumped at the chance. Using Polygfx Caseskin designs, we produced a mean, green K8T800 powered machine.
The final installment in the Orac³ modyssey...
More shiny, happy, modding madness as the Orac³ project continues...
Climbing a modding mountain - The Orac³ project continues...
The second article in the Orac³ project takes things a whole lot further...
"this intellectually snobbish, difficult and incredibly brilliant computer, hand built by an eccentric scientist." Check it out you know you want to...
Intel asked us to create a show case to celebrate the launch of the Pentium 4 3GHz processor. Macroman had the job of creating Project 3G Clear
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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