Atari VCS crowdfunding to launch May 30th
With a mirrored 570X, 5GHz 8700K, and a plethora of RGB hardware, the Narcissus is a real showstopper.
First major diversification.
£1,500 for a Ryzen 7 2700X and GTX 1080? Not bad at all!
With the Radeon HD 4850 crowned the bang for buck king, Powercolor looks to improve upon its winning formula with the Radeon HD 4850 PCS+. Boasting an impressive aftermarket cooler from Zerotherm and an increased core clock, we take a look to see if it can compete in an increasingly crowded market.
The Asus G70 gaming laptop is one of the most spectacular looking laptops we've ever seen, boasting SLI graphics cards and all manner of cool features. But can it stand apart in the hardware and gaming performance tests as well though?
The new Asus Eee PC model is here and the 1000 is looking better than ever thanks to a redesigned keyboard, chassis-filling screen and new Atom processor. Is the new model really a step forward for the line though, or an incremental disappointment at best?
The guys at Kobalt Computers have been busy little boys creating this latest little gaming notebook, the Comanche SLI. With almost 1TB storage, a quad-core CPU and a powerful SLI config under the hood, this could be the first gaming laptop we've seen make even Crysis cry...
The Acer Aspire One is small, lightweight and gloriously linuxy - but can it make that extra jump from potential to realised greatness? It looks like it might, but the only way to be sure is to read our review of this latest and greatest 8.9 inch sub-notebook...
We take a look at not only OCZ's latest super-fast super-cool 4GB kit of Flex II, but also the watercooling kit designed for it from Aqua PCs. How does it fare under air and water? Does 1,150MHz make that much difference? We found out.
It's undoubtedly a tough time of year for the PC industry - we've seen Komplett go and now famous boutique PC maker Vadim bites the bullet.
Contrary to popular belief, PC gaming doesn't have to be expensive - you don't need the fastest graphics cards and processors in the world in order to enjoy games at decent resolutions. We challenged ourselves to building a PC for £400... and here's how it turned out.
COMPUTEX 2008: Funtoro, an MSI subsidiary, offers just about everything you'd ever need in a car - except the kitchen sink.
Acer has just launched a new series of gaming desktops, dubbed the Predator series. More importantly, Richard has just got back from Munich where he's had a first look at the machine - check out his thoughts within!
The communist island of Cuba has entered the 21st century by lifting a ban on the sale of personal computers - although Internet connectivity is still a privilege reserved for the ruling class.
Mesh has announced that it has released two PCs featuring tri-core Phenom 8400 and 8600 processors on its website.
PowerColor decided to throw the Radeon HD 3850's reference design out of the window when it came up with its HD 3850 Xtreme PCS 512MB graphics card. Is a decent factory overclock, a new cooler and an interesting display output choice enough to win us over? Let's find out...
Dell has decided to make most of its AMD-powered machines only available in Dell's retail partner stores - no more online love for AMD?
A new study from the Australasian Journal of Clinical Environmental Medicine has found a possible link between WiFi devices and childhood autism.
Dell Computers has announced plans to make the company carbon neutral in 2008 - a full year ahead of previous plans to make the company more eco-friendly.
Here's an eye opener for you. Obviously we're talking about the quality of the airbrushing, but if you're interested in further investigating the uh, aesthetics, then click away. We'll just pretend that you're reading about Vadim's Fusion LQX Intel-775G2...
AMD has issued a statement which reveals that it will not be working directly with the new Evesham.
Jersey based and hugely popular Play.com is now stocking the Commodore gaming PC's.
Surrounded by controversy, the National Science Foundation is set to award IBM a contract to build the world's fastest supercomputer.
Evesham Technology has gone into administration, citing the Home Computing Initiative being closed at short notice as a cause.
Asustek (or just, Asus) is to stop making barebones systems in favour of complete PCs.
The Spotswood Drum case mod finally goes on sale, boasting better cooling, elimination of hot-spots and a custom finished wooden exterior.
Microsoft has started its 'Vista Ready' certification programme, providing OEMs with a list of check boxes to give users the peace of mind that they'll be able to run Vista. It's not quite that simple, though...