Samsung announces '10nm-class' LPDDR5
Aims at smartphones, AI.
Commissioned by AMD, naturally.
Partners with suppliers for 1GW of energy.
The ThermalTake Armour+ may not be everyones idea of a great-looking case, but it certainly has it where it counts. We take a look at the rather striking Armour+ to see if this LAN gamers case can withstand our testing of if it is more a case of -Armour. Ha!
Only a few more days to go in our mod of the year competition and for our eighth winner we have something a little different...
CES 2008 - We had an opportunity to sit down with our pals over at Arctic Cooling to see what the company has coming out for 2008. The answer? A little old, a little new, and one of the coolest case interiors we've seen...
Back from the depths of modding history, via the bit-tech.net wayback machine - we remember the first mod from our very own macroman. He shows us how he created a winning case - stealth mod heaven!
Not everything has to be built around a huge ATX case, and Shuttle's XPC range gets another revision to include yet more features: Oasis cooling, solid aluminium capacitors our favourite P35 chipset to make a potential teeny performance monster.
Christmas is over and, thanks to unimaginative but rich relatives, you've managed to scrape together a little bit of cash with which to treat yourself. Unfortunately, you're so stuffed with turkey that you can't think of what to buy! Never fear though - bit-tech is here!
A Detroit judge has ruled against The Romantics in their attempt to sue Activision for creating cover songs which were 'too good'.
Yesterday we gave you our views on the best games of the year and today we review what's happened in the technology industry over the last twelve months. Find out which products are the best of the year, and also which innovations have caught our eye during 2007.
You wanted it, you've got it - Design_Master has brought us the exclusive on his latest case project, LUMINA. The acrylic masterpiece has been given some huge props in our forums and in last month's Mod of the Month, and now you can see the project in its full glory.
Midway and bit-tech.net have joined forces to bring you a fantastic competition which gives you a chance to win a custom painted UT3 case mod and one of ten copies of the full game. All you have to do is answer a simple question!
The Department of Justice has sided with the RIAA in Jammie Thomas' appeal against her copyright infringement ruling.
We take a look at one of the new mid-sized cases from Cooler Master, the CM 690. With a sleek exterior and a reasonable price point, the CM 690 could be the new benchmark in no-fuss cases, but there's only one way to find out for sure...
A new case mod has been unveiled on the interwebs, this one packing a massive 66 case fans which litter the exterior to provide the maximum in air cooling.
Apparently, the cover of the song used in the game is 'too similar' to the original version and The Romantics aren't happy about that at all...
The Enthusiast System Architecture is now upon us with the release of the Cosmos ESA from Cooler Master.
We love all cases great and small, so it's only fair that we have a look at the new MicroATX case from Lian-Li. But is the V350 a new miniature champ or just a very small shrimp in a very big ocean? We find out in our comprehensive review of this brand new case.
The Hiper Anubis chassis is an interesting design that has proven controversial in our offices already. Will the case pass the Martin Test? Will it get covered with fingerprints in the photos? Will Rich figure out how to add a front fan to the case? Answers within!
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...
Is your PC too noisy? Tried everything from low noise fans to silent PSUs and quiet hard drives and it's still not good enough? How about a foam kit to cover the inside of your case as well!
There's nothing quite like the strong, sleek and sensuous feel of a Lian-Li case - having one is like falling in love would be if you ever fell in love with an aluminium PC case. Or is it? We found out.
After the successes of Sangaku and Yuugou, Nick Falzone (aka Greensabbath) is back with his latest wood and acrylic fusion - Project Nakamura.
So you want a PSU that can run a high end system, but your case overheats, is too small or you want something really, really quiet? We may have finally found what you're looking for.
The Revoltec Rhodium may not be the most nicely named case in recent memory, but it certainly looks sleek enough to please. Check out our comprehensive review to see how Revoltec's latest offering holds up in our battery of tests.
We first reported Commodore's re-entry into the market back at CeBit 2007. Finally, a retail sample has reached the bit-tech labs - we take it for a grilling to see if it really is worthy of the Commodore name.
The Spotswood Drum case mod finally goes on sale, boasting better cooling, elimination of hot-spots and a custom finished wooden exterior.
The Zalman GT1000 may look gorgeous, feel gorgeous and have more doors than that hallway of infinite doors in The Matrix (you know the one), but how will it fare in our rigorous testing? Find out within.
Just in time for the summer heat, our friend Butterkneter is back with another awesome FIFA themed mod. Game sequels may be a bit drab, but the mod sure isn't!
Is the Gigabyte Poseidon a little fish in a big ol' ocean of PC cases, or is it a diminutive sea god in disguise? Grab your tackle, we're about to find out!
This week's polls are centred not so much around hardware, but modding: are cases with windows and lights still acceptable? Also, we want to know how you listen to music on your PC.
Built for multiple graphics cards and packed with multiple PSUs, the P190 is a case built for a heavy-weight, high-end system. But can it possibly hold its own in our testing? Let's find out.
Apparently it's the fans that use up most of the power, not the 200W graphics cards. We've been barking up the wrong tree, so to speak.
Things have been quiet on Microsoft’s anti-trust case for a while now, but that looks like it is about to change after Google filed a complaint with the Department of Justice.
COMPUTEX 2007: Cooler Master's Cosmos chassis is almost ready to ship to customers.
COMPUTEX 2007: Zalman makes yet another stunning case, but instead of crazy heatpipes and passive cooling we get integrated watercooling.
We have a look at the Revoltec Zirconium case to see if it can possibly become the case of choice for system builders everywhere, or if it's just another disappointment waiting to happen.
COMPUTEX 2007: Antec shows us two new cases, including an new P180 with all the great features the old one had, but this one got shrunk in the wash.
COMPUTEX 2007: ThermalRight has quite possibly won the award for the biggest heatsink at this year's show...
COMPUTEX 2007: In a sort of lovechild between Lian Li and Cooler Master, Foxconn makes a concept case to die for. Well, maybe not fatally injured for.
The month of May is drawing to a close, and so it's time to take a peek into the forums for another look at the project logs.