Review Aerocool P7-C1 Pro Review
With an eye-catching design, a bundled RGB control hub, and a tempered glass panel, is the £110 P7-C1 Pro a solid purchase?
Capable of beating human champions in just three days.
Full desktop Linux on your S8 via Dex.
Includes 0dB Silent profile, too.
SteelSeries has announced the Sensei mouse, which uses a 32-bit ARM processor.
Large and brimming with customisation options, but it doesn't support all your fingers.
Will peripherals specifically made for Stacraft II help change your gameplay from suck to success?
Wolvie makes us a classic case mod featuring the Cooler Master ATCS 840 along with some blue angular inspiration to complement a lot of killer hardware.
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?
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.
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!
Asus has hit the sound card market with all guns blazing, but should the mighty Creative start sweating as another computing behemoth lands the heavyweight Xonar D2 into the PC audio market?
COMPUTEX 2007: The Asus Xonar D2 now features a few more lights, and a lot more product details. We grabbed some pics of the final product, its box and the low down of what goes on inside.
CeBIT 2007 wasn't just full of all the latest and greatest hardware, as there were also some great mods on display at the show. We caught some of the hottest modded cases on camera --sit back and enjoy the show!
Vadim's Cepheus Q80 is the ultimate customised rig that you can buy off the shelf. It's looks, build quality and personalisation comes at an eye watering price, but does it offer enough to hold its value?