Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Nvidia has quietly introduced a new GeForce GTX 260 with an increased stream processor count that is destined to confuse customers. We take a look at BFG Tech's new GeForce GTX 260 OCX Maxcore to find out whether the additional stream processors help improve performance.
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...
It's been a little while, but crazy Mad Max Erlandsson (aka Sleepstreamer) is back on our front page again. This time, he's taking things back to his Cold Fusion style as he brings us his take on a Media Center to be proud of.
CeBIT 2008: Abit shows us the new MAX and Pro range of mobos. But we discovered that UK RMA's now go to the Netherlands.
We drop in on Sam and Max once more to test the water and see if the episodically adventurous duo are still going strong, or if they've ended up on in the bargain bin. Season Two is well under way now and this time, it's all about thinking with portals...
As part of our continuing feature on game design, we chat to Dave Grossman and David Cage about how adventure games are written. Whether you're a budding game designer or just a fan with a passion for puzzles, you'll be sure to find this interesting.
It's been six years since we've had to suffer the high pitched whines from Gorbs and Blorbs, but now we have two huge new coolers from Thermaltake: the MaxOrb and V1 to make up for past illnesses.
Joe Martin talks about episodic distribution and how to use it to revive the adventure game genre. Can episodic gaming be a success?
COMPUTEX 2007: If you thought Abit's IN9-32X MAX was good, the IX38-MAX and IX38 QuadGT come with a whole host of new features.
Sam and Max made its stunning return to the adventure game world a few months ago and, now that the first season is coming to a close, we check out another episode to see if the game's high quality still stands.
The man who gave us Cold Fusion is back again with another awesome mod. This one is inspired by sci-fi, and it's a mash-up of aluminium and acylic, with some funky design features throw in. Enjoy!
Some of Abit's top engineers have been tweaking the company's latest IN9 32X-MAX motherboard, which is based on NVIDIA's nForce 680i SLI chipset. They managed to get the board up to a pretty lofty 557MHz FSB...
Hailing from Sweden, Max Erlandsson has pulled off a stunning creation for what is, unbelievably, his first attempt at case modding. Join us for a look at the stunning worklog of this work of art.
Thinking this was a 'bull-killing simulator' animal rights protesters enlisted the help of Jack Thompson to try and get it banned. It wasn't until they discovered it was actually a poorly made Max Payne clone, tasking you in the role of a rugged Spanish policeman did they finally call off legal proceedings.
We have a quick look at one of the first Abit AW9D-MAX mobos let out in the wild. It has all of the right ingredients to become the next IC7-MAX3 - it just needs some time to mature.