Under the Spotlight: WING X99 by Andreas Fredholm
We sit down with Andreas Fredholm to learn a bit more about his Mod of the Year winning rig, WING X99.
Aims for better feedback.
Still no quicksave feature, though.
AMD teased us the other day with some details about its forthcoming Fusion CPUs Bulldozer and Bobcat, but was coy about Llano
We've some early info about overclocking AMDs upcoming 6-core desktop CPUs: with a Black Edition, you'll get serious MHz.
Photography student Brian Baugh has written an app to automatically re-post details on arrests made by the Denton Police Department to Twitter - to the police's dismay.
HIS is back with its take on the excellent Radeon HD 4870 1GB graphics card. We take a closer look at what spice HIS has added to its HD 4870 1GB IceQ4+ Turbo and find out if there's room for some innovation in the high-end GPU market. Read on to find out how it gets on...
CES 2009: This morning, Leadtek has pre-announced Nvidia's GeForce GTX 285, ahead of its official unveiling next week.
After spending most of Friday afternoon talking with several Nvidia representatives about its Hybrid SLI technology, we're back again today to add some more insight into it. We've got more information on display support, the mGPU and some future considerations.
On the morning of CES, Nvidia announced its Hybrid SLI technology. Rather than rushing out a quick article, we decided to spend time doing some real analysis of what was discussed. Read on to find out how this exciting technology is shaping up.
In the second part of this series on PC memory technology, Ryan investigates the secrets behind mobile DDR and self-refreshing technologies, power down modes and chip packaging technologies.
A Canadian ISP is trialling a new invasive service that currently lets users know about their current bandwidth use, however the possibilities this service could provide are a little more sinister.
This morning we received information on another addition to AMD's ATI Radeon graphics card portfolio - the Radeon HD 2900 GT. Details within.
If you thought Windows Genuine Advantage was your biggest concern after installing Windows Vista, you might want to think again after reading this.
MySpace has agreed to hand over the details of known convicted sex offenders that have signed up to the service.
Completed Company of Heroes? We take a look at one of the alternatives released around the same time. Can you handle any more World War 2 RTS action? More to the point, can you convince your soldiers not to engage in hand-to-hand combat with grenades?
We don our scarves, gloves and balaclava and head off to the Lost Planet where, apparently, they have some Extreme Conditions and a nasty case of bug infestation. Time for some Capcom sponsored death and destruction.
We take a look at the online portion of the spiritual successor to Total Anhilation - Supreme Commander, by Gas Powered Games. Is this going to be the ultimate RTS? And will we have a heart-attack at the dual-monitor DirectX 10 support?
We've just got word that PowerColor is preparing to launch a couple of passively cooled Radeon X1950 cards in the first quarter of next year and we've managed to get hold of some info on them. Pictures enclosed...
The makers of Neverwinter Nights 2 and Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic will soon be making an Alien RPG. Can they pull it off?
The dynamic price scheme in Counter-Strike isn't working. Valve is hoping to tackle the problem by making the pistols more balanced.
There have a been a few Roman city builders in recent months but the King (well Emperor) is finally back in town. Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears (and keyboards) - I present Caesar IV.