AMD confirms CTS-Labs vulns, promises fixes
Downplays their severity.
We take a peak at some of the essential hand tools used for smoothing surfaces.
Huge concept case from Silverstone takes a ridiculous number of expansion cards.
We take a look at six of the best new modding projects, and you can vote for your favourite.
The PC-90 and PC-100 both feature a number of innovative touches
SilverStone has finally made a successor to the legendary TJ07.
Lian Li's PC-V2120 luxury case costs more than some full PCs; can it possibly be worth the price?
SilverStone reinvents the wheel with its upside down and back-to-front case.
Impeccable build quality and great cooling makes for a brilliant, if pricey, case.
We look at the most amazing mods and scratch-built PCs that we've seen over the last year.
The Mod of the Year 2009 winner is back with a new scratch-built PC.
A tiny, brushed aluminium case for a mini-ITX gaming PC - but can it handle the heat?
We get hands-on with Lian Li's SR-2-compatible PC-V2120 and Mac Pro-a-like V1020 cases.
We head East out of Taipei, Taiwan to nose around Lian Li's factory! Laser cutting and LN2 FTW!
The PC-Q08 can house a powerful graphics and keep it cool; it's easy to use and looks great too
Has Fractal Designed the perfect NAS box case for mini-ITX? Is that all there is to it? We find out.
Sleepstreamer's ARES packs an Asus Ares graphics card, six Intel SSDs and and Corsair water cooling
Is Sharkoon's new black box more rebel without a cause than rebel alliance?
It's alive! And dances, waves and jiggles about too.
Asus' latest Eee PC netbook, the 1018P comes with USB 3 and an tempting aluminium shell.
Looking for a mid-priced, capacious case for a media PC? We check out the Grandia GD03, another box of brushed aluminium chique from the chaps at SilverStone, which features handy touches such hot-swappable hard disk bays and removable dust filters.
We finally get some hands on time with perhaps the most radical PC case ever designed - Thermaltake's Level 10. Co-designed with BMW, the Level 10 certainly looks futuristic - but is it actually any good?
It's all over. Here are the winners of the 2009 Mod of the Year competition and also the final four winners who will be receiving reader prizes
This truly beautiful mod is crafted out of aluminium and real wooden panels. With the PC hardware cunningly hidden behind panels that fit the build perfectly, we experience yet another moment of modding masterclass with the Cygnus X1.
Looking to add an HTPC to your living room but struggling to find a decent case for the happy side of £150? The Lian Li PC-C32 might be the answer, offering support for full size ATX components and plenty of noise reduction features. We find out if it's worth sitting below your TV.
It's that time again. We've got six new mods to show you plucked straight from our thriving modding forums. Read, drool then vote on the one you'd like to win October's Mod of the Month
He's one of bit-tech's most prolific modders and Lumière Noire clocked up over 70,000 views on our project log forum. Lumière Noire is now complete and E.L.L Ambiense is here to take us through the build from start to finish.
The PC-X1000 is the latest high end chassis from Lian Li, competing at the very top end of the market with an array of desirable features such as all aluminium construction, variable speed fans and a modular design. Does it live up to its premium billing? We find out.
Thinking of going to town on a top end home theatre PC? Then check out the Moncaso 972 case. With an all black anodised aluminium chassis, integrated 7 inch touch screen and space for full size ATX components we find out if this is the ultimate HTPC case.
Gigabyte is back with its latest chassis, the Sumo 4112. With smooth looks, solid steel construction and a garnish of aluminium plating, is this heavyweight Sumo worthy of being you're next upgrade? We strap in the bit-tech testing gear and find out.
Not only do we have six new mods this month but we've teamed up with a new sponsor too! Check out this month's nominees and get cracking with your own mod to get your chance at winning some of the great new prizes on offer.
As the warm weather and holidays draw near, it's a great time to get that mod underway. However if you're lacking inspiration, we've got more fantastic examples lined up again for June 2009's Mod of the Month.
COMPUTEX 09: Lian Li's X1000 is a work of beauty, and fixes many of the problems of the older X2000.
COMPTUEX 09: It's not cheap, but it is beautiful: Origen-ae makes mini-ITX HTPCs to die for.
We're looking at another aluminium entry from the Taiwanese chassis builders of excellence, Lian Li. With two 140mm fans in the roof and an entirely tooless installation system, the PC-P50 has potential, but how does it compare with the likes of the Antec's Nine Hundred Two?
Asus has announced an upgraded version of its Eee PC 1002HA featuring an aluminium body and an Intel Atom N280 processor.
April's collection of Mod of the Month nominees are here and we've found some amazingly awesome skill on show once again in our Project Log forum. We've joined up again with AC Ryan so check out this month's six nominees, vote and let us know what you think of them!
2009's next installment of Mod of the Month is here and along with it, some of the best upcoming mods from our community. We've joined up again with AC Ryan so read, vote and tell us your thoughts on this month's nominees!
Stealth Computer has launched a fanless mini-desktop capable of full-HD playback via DVI or HDMI - but the silent design comes with a hefty price tag.
Today we take a look at new start-up manufacturer Ikonik's flagship case, the RA X10. With a premium price tag and packing an insane 13 separate cooling fans powered by an innovative fan control system, can this aluminium colossus deliver? We find out.
CeBIT 2009: With a brushed aluminium design, 8" touchscreen LCD and Atom hardware built in - Asus' Eee keyboard is a sexy bit of hardware.
CeBIT 09: Corsair cases? TEC cooled memory? Crazy but cool comes to mind.
Mod of the Month is back for 2009 to bring you the best of upcoming projects from our community. We've joined up again with AC Ryan so read, vote and tell us your thoughts on this month's contenders!
Usually a company more associated with heatsinks than chassis, Scythe has just released the ultra silent Fenris Wolf. With all aluminium construction and a whisper quiet cooling system, can the Fenris Wolf prove a worthy entry into the enthusiast case market? Read on to find out!