Misco UK shuts its doors, 300 jobs lost
Last-minute sale not enough to save it.
Last-minute sale not enough to save it.
Take your pick of X370 or B350.
May 2nd saw AMD release new prices for the Socket 754 Semprons. Prices are down in the region of 5-10% across the Socket 754 range, Socket A prices remain relatively unchanged.
AverMedia send out a news shot hoping to clear up the TV Licensing laws for TV tuners. The whole thing is a bit of a muddle.
With the latest figures in from Mercury Research, ATI are left with just 30% of the current-generation.
Tim Smalley has a look at a budget video card from Club3D, based on XGI's XG42 GPU. This card is not one for the gamers, but could be the ideal video card for a Home Theatre PC system?
New revisions to the BIOS' of popular Gigabyte boards support the dual-core X2 Athlon 64 processor.
Users spot strange objects appearing all over the screen when using HDTV. US military denies that objects ever existed.
ATI confirm that R2xx cards won't be supported under Catalyst drivers for Windows XP x64.
Nvidia and ATI have been talking about their plans to kit out their high-end, and not-so-high-end graphics cards with an outrageous 512MB of memory.
The End Of Life date for all Socket 754 Athlon 64 processors has emerged. Sempron processors will remain on Socket 754, for the time being...
ABIT silences Northbridge coolers forever with the introduction of Silent OTES: a chipset-mounted heatpipe cooler
Following on from the successes of the 3D1, Gigabyte are set to release an inexpensive version of the card. The 3D1-XL will be bundled with the GA-K8N Ultra-SLI motherboard.
Video card memory is on the increase, as Gainward sneak a 256MB GeForce 6600 GT in to its product lineup.
The industry's first DirectX 9.0 chipset for AMD platforms will drive HP's full-featured, PCI Express-enabled multimedia notebooks.
Apple is putting the finishing touches to its Bullring store in Birmingham, with OSX 10.4, aka Tiger, due to launch on Friday.
ExtremeTech suggest that the X2 processor caines Intel's offerings in performance benchmarks. Is dual core for gaming dead in the water?
Tim Smalley investigates the overclocking potential of the Radeon X800 XL, and whether an additional power connector is beneficial to the enthusiast who is looking to find the best bang for buck.
Richard Swinburne takes a look at a Micro ATX board from EQS based on the Radeon Xpress 200G chipset, which includes a DirectX 9.0 integrated graphics chipset.
The first in Coolermaster's 2005 update range is here, and we have the skinny. Have the Taiwanese case kings managed to put out another all-conquering model? Or is it just another silly-named pretender to the throne? We have the answers, inside.
Tim Smalley snagged some high resolution photos of MSI's digital SLI bridge solution
In need of a beefy power supply to feed your new SLI setup? Enermax steps up with its 600W Coolergiant Noisetaker PSU
Tim Smalley evaluates three ATI Radeon X800 XL cards from MSI, Club3D and Sapphire
Can Batterylife's Activator really boost your battery's performance by 30%?
We have pictures of AMD's dual core solution up and running!
We have a look at a world-first jumperless SLI solution from MSI
We get an exclusive look at the XFX 512MB GeForce 6800 Ultra SLI
We have evaluated a large selection of mainstream and high-end video cards recently, but the entry level has been relatively untouched. Today, we analyse the performance of ABIT's RX600 Pro-Guru 256MB along with a wide range of entry level competitors.
COOL is the aptly named watercooling kit from everyone's favourite enthusiast memory manufacturer, Corsair. We find out how it fares.
The mainstream sector is a very important area of the market for both ATI and NVIDIA - we evaluate three mainstream PCI-Express video cards from BFG Technologies, Club3D and HighTech to find out where our money lies.
After having an exclusive look at Hiper's entry in to the case market last week, Chris Newman has a look at another potential Home Theatre PC case from NMEDIA.
In an exclusive first look, we give Hiper's new Media Chassis a once over. This slimline silver wonder supports Micro-ATX motherboards and will look great underneath your TV. It looks the biz, but does it do the job?
A review of Ultra Products' 8-in-1 MP3 flash player.
NVIDIA have released their latest mid-range notebook GPU today - the GeForceGo 6600. We have a look at its features and what sort of gaming experience can be expected from a notebook with a GeForceGo 6600 graphics module.
We have a look at a limited edition video card in the form of MSI's RX800 SE-TD256 - does it deserve a spot on your short list?
The XFX GeForce 6600GT AGP goes under the microscope to see what kind of punch mid-range card offers
The Mobility Radeon X700 is ATI's new mainstream Performance Thin mobility part - here to replace the ageing Mobility Radeon 9700. We have a run down on its theoretical performance, and its comprehensive featureset.
We look at the new budget card from NVIDIA that utilises main system RAM for its graphics processing.
Beneath the clossy metallic paint lies a 100% aluminium thoroughbred case of the highest quality. The Wave Master series from Cooler Master really does prove that real beauty is more than just skin deep.
The most eagerly awaited game over the past two years is here - we evaluate the real-world performance over the current high-end and mainstream AGP video cards.
We have a look at the GeForce 6600GT's transportation back to AGP - this will please many users out there. Tim Smalley puts it through its paces with a selection of real world gaming scenarios.