Numerous ReLive upgrades, in-game overlay, and new mobile app.
Continues with the metallic theme.
Base game content removed, added to DLC.
We've not just one mod to feature today, but several! The Planet Express Klan from Madrid teamed up with Intel to speed build the four elements into some very unique cases.
We review Akasa's PowerMax kilowatt "Gaming" PSU to find out what makes it so gamer-worthy. Is its attractive price a boon, making it a great bargain, or is it cheap and not-so cheerful? Read on to find out...
Asus Xonar DX is the inexpensive version of the full fat PCI-Express Xonar D2X. Now featuring an extended emulated EAX in addition to Dolby features and high quality components, does this make the Xonar DX the ultimate soundcard?
Yes, that's an X3 - three Radeon HD 3850s on a single PCB with watercooling as standard. We've got plenty of pics inside too!
The original Striker was arguably the most popular motherboard in the Asus RoG series and now it gets a brother - the Striker II. It's based on the new Nvidia nForce 780i SLI chipset and has many tweaked features - we check it out to see what's changed.
Finally, an enthusiast's soundcard that supports PCI-Express is available, some four years after the interconnect's inception! We throw on some cans and take the latest Asus Xonar D2X with its funky lights and black EMI shield for a spin.
Remember Splashtop? The embedded Linux OS that allowed you to boot up and get on the net in just 10 seconds? Well Asus are expanding its use with more motherboards.
With increasing broadband access and speeds, Adobe plans to make all of its products available through the web in the next decade.
Get your wallets ready as details and pictures of Gigabyte's Intel X38 and AMD RD790 DQ6 boards arise.
Winner of the Dream-Build-Play competition, The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai is going to be heading to Xbox Live soon. Check out the trailer within.
We grab Abit's Airpace WiFi card and take it through the motions to see if it can make wireless networking any less of a headache.
COMPUTEX 2007: It turns out that there's yet another 'hidden' feature in Intel's P35 chipset, as Intel has now revealed that it supports PCI-Express 2.0.
COMPUTEX 2007: With AMD's RD790 chipset closer than you think, Gigabyte (among others) expects it to launch soon with quad CrossFire not far behind.
PCI-SIG has said that PCI-Express 2.0 compliant products are on schedule to appear on the market in December.
CEBIT 2007: How about a PCI-Express x1 sound card? We've certainly been waiting for one ever since the first PCI-Express mobos came out back in 2004. Asus' soundcard could be what the doctor ordered...
The PCI consortium has ratified the next installment of PCIe. "More Power" and "Ludicrous Speed" are the words of the day.
The release of the XNA Game Studio Express allows home users to devleop and run code for Windows and the Xbox 360. Homebrew here we come?
Reports suggest that there will be a new interface for the card coming in October, making it easier to squeeze into a new system.
ATI board partner HIS has released the first Radeon X1000-series card that sports a PCI-Express x1 interface.
COMPUTEX 2006: Intel announces its 965-series chipsets and claims to 'Reach New Heights' on the 84th floor of Taipei 101 - the world's tallest building.
CeBIT 2006: Many of NVIDIA's motherboard partners were showing nForce 500-series mobos on their stands. All of the dual full bandwidth PCIe x16 boards had dual chip solutions.
Report suggests that ATI's CrossFire will launch some time in August - 2 months after its unveiling at Computex.