Intel launches Gemini Lake Pentium Silver, Celeron parts
Continues with the metallic theme.
Continues with the metallic theme.
Base game content removed, added to DLC.
Self-test tool due early next year.
Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
Shift will come in around six months.
Bohemia Interactive has announced ARMA 3, confirming DX10 graphics as minimum.
Ubisoft has revealed that Far Cry 2 uses DX10.1 to improve AA by reading the multi sampled depth buffer. But there's more to it than that...
NVISION 2008: We've had a sneak peek at the final Age of Conan DirectX 10 content and it looks like it's going to be worth the delay.
Ever since the release of Assassin's Creed on the PC, there has been a controversy brewing over its support for DX10.1.
CeBIT 2008: Intel talks to bit-tech and details its next generation 4-series, Eagle Lake chipsets which should arrive in May.
AMD has launched its new 780G integrated graphics chipset today which sees the beginning of a revolution. We take a closer look to see if it's any better than the already awesome AMD 690G.
Shortly after our hands-on preview, we got a chance to catch up with Thomas Vu, producer for Will Wright's Spore, to put all sorts of questions to him. Find out what Thomas thinks of DirectX 10, creationism, the girl market and, um...probing.
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.
Following on from our BioShock review, we dive deep into Rapture for a look at the gameplay differences between the PC and X360 versions. We then look at the game's graphics under DX9 and DX10 before evaluating performance on a range of graphics cards and CPUs.
Gabe Newell, President of Valve Software, has said that Microsoft’s choice to limit DirectX 10 to Windows Vista was “a terrible mistake”.
XFX gets all pornographic on us with its pre-overclocked GeForce 8600 GT 620M XXX Edition. Is this an XXX worth looking at, or is it just another B-grade Blue movie to avoid? Read on as we find out...
Sierra Entertainment has announced that World in Conflict, the highly anticipated real-time strategy game from Massive Entertainment, has gone gold.
Mark Rein, VP of Epic, reckons that DX10 won't see major adoption thanks to the thriving console market and that Crysis will be the pinnacle of gaming for years to come.
Microsoft announces that Gears of War and Viva Pinata will be coming to PC, along with a whole load of other Games For Windows games. Check out the details within.
2K games has released the hardware requirements for the upcoming Bioshock. Handy for gamers who want to be ready for what is surely going to be this year's biggest game.
Lost Planet is a port of the successful, snow filled 360 game from Capcom which is available in DX9 and DX10 flavours. We grab a copy and see what we can find.
Last week, we had the chance to sit down with Roy Taylor, Nvidia's Vice President of Content Relations. We talked about the The Way It's Meant To Be Played developer relations programme, DirectX 10 and some of the games coming out very soon.
COMPUTEX 2007: HIS is showing off what it claims to be the world's first DirectX 10 compliant AGP graphics card.
Capcom makes a move to trademark a possible Lost Planet follow-up, lending weight to rumours of a sequel.
If you've been wondering what the difference really is between DirectX 9.0c and Vista's DX10, the guys making Crysis are here to help. Check out the videos...
After months of speculation, the complete saga of Lego Star Wars is announced, with details of the additional content.
We take a look at the DirectX 9 and DirectX 10 versions of the Lost Planet: Extreme Condition demo and compare the two. Will DX10 live up to the hype?
Today, Nvidia extends its lead on the giant graphics mountain with the announcement of GeForce 8800 Ultra. We find out how the company's new part performs across eight games and three resolutions.
In the wake of Nvidia's GeForce 8600-series launch, the talk of the town in old Taipei has now switched to AMD's mid-range products...
Today, Nvidia has announced five new mid-range DirectX 10 graphics cards based around its G84 and G86 graphics processing units. We have a look at GeForce 8600 GTS to find out if it is this year's must-have mainstream graphics card.
IDF SPRING 2007: Dileep Bhandarker, Director of Advanced Architectures tells bit-tech more juicy details about Nehlaem.
According to a report on The Inquirer, Company of Heroes will be getting its eagerly anticipated DirectX 10 update in March.
NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 is already here, Vista hits today, and the first DirectX 10 games aren't far away. We take an in-depth look at what DX10 adds to the gaming and graphical experience, from geometry shaders to resources to render targets. Can DX9 continue to cut it? We find out.
A software analyst has predicted that the adoption rate of Microsoft's Windows Vista OS will be the fastest ever. The rate of adoption for Office 2007 isn't quite so clear though.
Pictures of what is believed to be AMD's next-generation R600 graphics processor have shown up on a Taiwanese bulletin board.
Rumours are flying about G80's little brothers making a debut soon. Could we see them in January?
Today we have a look at Inno3D's GeForce 7950 GT. It comes complete with a factory fitted Zalman cooler and everything else you'd expect to get from a GeForce 7950 GT. However, is it enough to tempt away from waiting for the first DirectX 10 hardware?