Review AWD-IT Narcissus Review
With a mirrored 570X, 5GHz 8700K, and a plethora of RGB hardware, the Narcissus is a real showstopper.
The bit-tech modding workshop gets a seriously cool upgrade - check it out!
Rick speaks to the designer of UFO: Enemy Unknown and Chaos Reborn about his new tactical strategy game.
More specifically, the 'no refunds' policy.
Begins testing second content process.
13.1W, 1.78GHz average peak clock.
Ubisoft is recommending eight CPU cores for its upcoming hacker-FPS, Watch Dogs.
MIT has released details of Hornet, a new processor simulator accurate to individual clock cycles.
Nvidia has released a white paper making the claim that dual-core CPUs can save power.
Intel has confirmed that "limited quantities" of an experimental processor featuring 48 physical cores will be shipping to academia this year, courtesy of its Tera-scale project.
In a race dubbed 'the core wars', manufactures are stuffing more and more cores into CPUs. While more can only be a good thing, there's little point if the software they are running can't use them. Microsoft shares with us a possible piece of the puzzle to making full use of multi-core CPUs.
In order to boost development of multi-core aware applications, Intel has bought two software companies in the last month: parallelism specialists Rapidmind and Cilk.
Passively cooling a Radeon HD 4850 is no mean feat and that's exactly what Gigabyte has done with the GV-R485MC-1GH graphics card. We have a look at the card and subject it to the Crysis Crunch to find out if the Multi-Core cooling solution is up to the task.
Chip manufacturer Intel is advising developers to concentrate on coding for scalability, believing the future of computing lies in hundreds and thousands of processing cores.
John Carmack has spoken out on the subject of dedicated physics cards and it's not good news for Ageia.
Critics of quad-core and multi-core have been out in force this week. Is this new hardware overkill - too much, too soon? Wil Harris doesn't think so, and explains why the move to multi-core is crucial for the future of the industry.
Valve is adding multi-core processor support to Half-Life 2's Source engine in time for the release of Kentsfield. We travelled to Seattle to talk to Gabe Newell and his team about what this will mean for gamers and hardware geeks, as well as examining a new benchmark tool created to show off what can be done.
IDF SPRING 06: With teraflops of processor power and terabytes of data storage, Intel's Chief Technology Officer believes that some interesting times are ahead.
The creator of Half Life 2 has been talking about how difficult it is to write software that uses multi-core technology, as seen in next-gen processors.