Asus issues first environmental report
Finds its laptops a little dirty.
Prices not falling any time soon.
This PC-exclusive top-down shooter well worth your time and £11.
This month we've got Intel's new CPUs and other nifty bits of hardware weighing in from CES. Has it made a change to our recommendations? Read on to find out!
With 2009 in its last days, it's time to round up the best mods we've featured and mod of the month winners. 21 mods compete and require your votes to decide the ultimate in modding glory: who will be the Mod of the Year winner, 2009?
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.
Thermaltake has expanded its range of gaming cases with the Element V: a towering steel chassis with support for E-ATX hardware and then some. With adjustable fan speeds and multi-colour LED lighting too, does the Element V have what it takes to be your next upgrade?
All too often we take for granted how long it takes to make something very personal. Mike Krysztofiak forges his acrylic cube over two years as he manually cuts, sands, drills his masterpiece of LEDs, watercooling and classic style.
Another month and another set of hardware recommendations fresh from our labs. Has AMD's latest CPUs or Kingston's SSDs made a difference? What about memory price increases? Read on to find out!
Check out some of the latest modding content from our community!
Got a CPU cooler with a small fan? Is it noisy? If so, read our group test of 80mm and 92mm fans to see which is the best to mod onto your cooler. Or maybe you've got some small case fan mounts that could do with filling? Read on to see what with!
We've collected six supersized case fans (180mm to 225mm) to see which is best for that all-important side panel fan. Read on to see how Akasa, Antec and others fared in our rigorous airflow and noise testing!
Another month and another set of hardware recommendations fresh from our labs. Has the Radeon HD 5870 scored a solid place and what about the latest motherboards and hard drives? Take a look to find out!
We've collected 22 120mm fans and put them through rigorous noise and airflow tests to see which is the best. Read on to see how to keep your hardware cool while keeping the noise your PC makes to a minimum.
Enter this easy competition to win some cool stuff, including PSUs, cases and some super-funky fans!
What difference will the new Core i5 processor and LGA1156 motherboards make to our hardware recommendations this month? Find out the answers to this, and all other hardware upgrade questions in this month's Hardware Buyer's Guide!
At the request of our readers, we take a look at In-Win's cute and elegant mini-ITX chassis to see whether we have finally found the right mix of design and build quality to make a great ultra-SFF case.
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.
Zalman's original GS1000 case didn't quite have what it takes to justify its price tag or compete with models from Antec, Cooler Master and SilverStone. We take a look at Zalman's second effort, the GS1000 Plus to see if it's more worthy of your cash.
SSDs are fast becoming the must have new storage medium but installing them in PCs can be tricky. We've taken a look at three ways you can connect 2.5in SSDs and indeed hard disks to your PC.
Packed with four PCs and a new Folding rig, this month's PC hardware buyer's guide is leaner, meaner and gets straight to the point! Check out our recommendations and be sure to tell us what you think are currently the best buys in our forums.
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.
Corsair's first foray into the chassis market drives a stake into the heart of the usual contenders and rips the market wide open. Is this our next upgrade, or has Corsair over-thought this matt black behemoth?
It's that time again! We've got six new mods in the line up this month and as the summer hots up, so does the modding it seems! From scratch builds to great looking mods on existing cases, it's all here in May's edition of Mod of the Month.
A leaked memo from Microsoft has revealed that the software giant plans to ship Windows 7 without a browser in Europe.
While we're in Taipei for Computex, we've dropped in to PC case manufacturer In-Win to have a nose around its latest manufacturing facility and see how this ISO certified, all-Taiwanese company makes its products.
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.
Summer is here and the heat is on, but some cases just aren't up to keeping your PC cool when the mercury starts to rise. Today we look at the new Cooler Master HAF 922, a case designed for maximum airflow to keep your hardware happy. Is it up to the task? We find out.
Nvidia's own insurance company has filed suit against it for not disclosing information about the defective chips it found in notebooks last year.
Cooler Master is back with its latest case, the Scout. With unusual features like an in-built reinforced carry handle and peripheral security, it's built for LAN parties, but is it a quality case into the bargain? We find out.
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!
The argument about IE's inclusion in Windows continues, as ECIS shows its support for the AC's antitrust case against Microsoft.
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!
It's now April and we haven’t heard from Wolvie so far in 2009! Fear not though, the legendary modder is back with an Asus Rampage II Gene sponsored build. We've got all the pictures and details for this MicroATX Core i7 scratch built acrylic mod so we hope you enjoy!
Nvidia has announced that it has filed a countersuit in the Court of Chancery, Delaware, against Intel for breach of contract.
Built on a slim $120 budget, this little R2D2 build goes back to the roots of modding and does things the old fashioned way - you won't find a CNC machine or any precut pieces in sight. Read on to see how an old garbage can is transformed into our favourite Star Wars droid! Awesome!
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 09: Taking a few leaves out of the Antec 902 book, Lian Li tweaks the Lancool range to appeal more to the gaming audience.
CeBIT 09: Created by BMW Group in the US, Thermaltake's new Level 10 is an awesome design, but will it be king of quality?
CeBIT 09: And the award for successfully butchering a product line goes to Antec for the P183 and P193. URGH!