Cooler Master begins PUBG mod contest
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The boss rush game comes to Nintendo's Switch. Is it any good?
Hardware translation just that efficient.
AMD is set to launch a range of new low-power dual-, tri-, and quad-core Athlon II CPUs.
AMD has confirmed that its next-generation Thuban processors will feature a dynamic overclocking technology dubbed Turbo Core, similar to rival Intel's Turbo Boost.
The follow up to the Akasa Nero, the Nero S fancies itself as a premium cooler ready to take on the best. With four fat direct-contact heatpipes and a nifty S-blade fan it certainly looks up to the task. We see if it'll triumph or go up in flames in the bit-tech thermal test rigs.
The NH-C12P is a lower profile version of the fantastic NH-U12P from the Austrian company that oozes quality and great performance in its products. We've put it through its paces on LGA775 and Socket AM2+ to see if it can keep up with the strong competition it faces.
DFI's 'dark' 790FX motherboard features the latest SB750 southbridge from AMD and promises the usual crazy DFI overclocking and shenanigans. We drop the new Phenom II X4 940 CPU in to see what it's truly capable of.
AMD CPUs finally get support for DDR3, but does it make a difference? We put the latest Phenom II X4 810 and 805, as well as the X3 720 and 710 through their paces on DDR2 and DDR3 platforms to see how they stack up against the competition.
Thermaltake's latest CPU cooler is so hot off the production line you can't even buy it yet, and it's stacked to the nines with over 1.5m of copper heatpipe and two monster arrays of copper cooling fins - but how does it compare when faced with the toasty bit-tech testing system? Read on to find out.
This cute little 17cm square motherboard is absolutely jam-packed with features from PCI-Express to HDMI and High-Definition to 65W full AMD CPU support. Could this be the ultimate low power, ultra small form factor home theatre motherboard?
Foxconn's new DigitaLife branded A79A-S hails the relaunch of 790FX alongside the new SB750 southbridge that sports better overclocking. We put it through its paces to understand whether Foxconn made the board all AMD enthusiasts need, or an overly-expensive dud.
We test AMD's latest IGP, the 790GX, on Gigabyte's new board to see if the new integrated graphics and Hybrid CrossFire are a performance hit, and if the new chipset pair can really makes a difference.
We've got the low down on exactly what AMD's new "performance-leading" integrated graphics northbridge offers, in addition to its latest southbridge which is apparently primed for some super-overclocking. Has the AMD platform finally come good again?
Everyone wants the same things from a new heatsink; silent operation and high thermal performance, but the combination of both is notoriously hard to strike. We take a look at the Asus Triton 85, which claims to run at just 16 dBa, and find out if it can deliver the goods.
We pit the Abit AX78 against the Sapphire Am2RX780 in a battle of the budget AM2 Crossfire motherboards! Who will emerge victorious from the bit-tech Benchmark Arena? Click on to find out!
After previous calls from bit-tech for MSI to change its support for 125W Athlons and 125W Phenoms - MSI's lineup has changed.
The highly anticipated Phenom B3 stepping processors are here with slightly faster clocks and no TLB erratum. How does the new stepping overclock? How does it compare to other CPUs around the same price? We dive in to find out.
Mesh has announced that it has released two PCs featuring tri-core Phenom 8400 and 8600 processors on its website.
While previous Sapphire boards have been considerably, well... naff, the latest Pure CrossFireX 790FX has been backed by DFI - and just like other DFI boards, it's kitted to the teeth for enthusiasts!
We have a look at three mATX motherboards from Asus, Gigabyte and MSI based on three of the latest integrated graphics chipsets from Intel, AMD and Nvidia to see which is the best solution for a Home Theatre PC.
While we usually wait for full reviews, we just had to show you what arrived today: AMD's new RS780 IGP and SB700 south bridge.
Noctua has not just changed the F to a P when it updated its popular NH-U12 heatsink, as there are other design tweaks from improved materials and elevation, along with a new fan which apparently makes it perform even better. Inevitably, we had to put these claims to the test.
We test AMD's new Phenom 9600 Black Edition to see what kind of performance it offers at stock speed, and also what it gives away for free. Will this have the Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 quaking in its boots?
We're not sure why OCZ named this heatsink the Vendetta, but we're guessing it's so offended by heat, that it's out to avenge the cold. What we can say for sure is that the Vendetta is reasonably priced and has a few novel features, as you'd expect from OCZ.
We loved the Zerotherm BTF90 so much we awarded it cooler of the year, so as soon as its new bigger brother, the Nirvana NV120, became available, we had to know about it.
With the AMD Phenom processors dropping in price hand over fist, some great deals on AMD ATI Radeon HD 3800-series graphics cards to be found... could MSI's K9A2 CF make now a good time to invest in that Spidery thing?
Four PCI-Express x16 lanes, AM2+ Phenom support and triple, quad phase power management are all key features from the latest Gigabyte DQ6 board built around the AMD 790FX chipset. But... does it make us want to switch back to AMD?
Just a year after its inception, AMD has canned the Quad FX platform to divert engineering resources elsewhere.
Cooler Master cracks out a couple of new heatsinks to wade in an sweep existing kings off their feet: First, there's a Freezer Pro 7 contender, the Hyper TX2, and a new alternative to the Noctua NF-U12, the Hyper 212. How do they stack up? We find out.
The cool and wavey design of the Tuniq Tower 120 has been around for a little while now, but at readers request we strapped it to a CPU and tried to burn it to a crisp anyway. We're nice like that.
Phenom may not be here quite yet, but MSI is already lining up its 790FX board: the K9A2 Platinum. It supports QuadFire and AM2+.
It's the best Gigabyte cooler you can currently buy, but will the blue heatsink Rocket II shoot for the stars or fall to earth with a pop and a whistle?
Get your wallets ready as details and pictures of Gigabyte's Intel X38 and AMD RD790 DQ6 boards arise.
It's been six years since we've had to suffer the high pitched whines from Gorbs and Blorbs, but now we have two huge new coolers from Thermaltake: the MaxOrb and V1 to make up for past illnesses.
Biostar has one of the first Nvidia GeForce 7050 integrated graphics motherboards with HDMI and HDCP on-board. Does it give AMD's 690G chipset a run for its money?
Sources close to AMD have suggested that the company's future 45nm socket AM3 CPUs will work in current socket AM2 motherboards.
AMD today announced that its "native" quad core CPU, codenamed Barcelona, will start arriving on shelves in August.
AMD CPUs on a 45nm process are set to arrive as soon as 12 months away, but by then will it be too little, too late?
COMPUTEX 2007: Asus shows off its new M3A32-MVP with integrated memory heatpipes that will keep your memory extra cool, you'd hope...
CPU Heatsinks are getting bigger and bigger and the Cooler Master GeminII is no exception. With two 120mm fans this thing will cool your entire system, and probably vacuum the carpet as well.
Slightly larger than the XPC range, the Shuttle SS21T is an extremely cheap barebones system. However, has Shuttle cut too many corners?
AMD has shared some details with us on its upcoming native quad core "Barcelona" processor. With it comes a new name: Phenom. We delve into the depths of the new architecture to see what improvements have been shoehorned into the new silicon.
AMD launched its RS690 chipset today, with more motherboard manufacturers shipping the hardware than ever before