AMD announces Epyc, Ryzen embedded families
Boasts multiple customer wins.
Cheaper than the original Eisbaer range.
We get to play with Siege's new content drop, and the limited edition Outbreak PvE mode.
With anticipation mounting higher than Everest, MSI and Lucid have big, bold performance statements to fill. With the ability to run a mix of different graphics cards together in multi-GPU setups, and promising performance better than what Nvidia and ATI offer - we put these claims to the test.
COMPUTEX 09: Microsoft has changed the way the kernel handles multi-core CPUs in Windows 7.
Over the past few days, we've been playing around with Nvidia's next high-end graphics card, the GeForce GTX 295. We have an early look at how it performs ahead of its launch at CES in January.
NVISION 2008: No need for a hot and expensive NF200 chip, apparently "certified" X58 Nehalem boards will offer SLI as well.
We've already taken a first look at the nForce 780i SLI reference design, but how does it perform? Does PCI-Express 2.0 add much and is it an improvement over the nForce 680i SLI? We test single card and SLI to find out.
Zalman reinvents the fan controller - transforming it from something boring and unappealing into a sleek, multifunctional panel with a cool looking LCD display. But what if it's all bling and no follow through?
Now we take the story-driven part of The Orange Box out for a spin - but will the game leave us in a whirl, or just dizzy and mildly sick? Could it be the best game in series or even the best game ever? Find out everything you can without ruining the game in our spoiler-free review.
COMPUTEX 2007: Sapphire was showing off its next generation dual-GPU graphics card based on a pair of ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT graphics processors.
IDF SPRING 2007: bit-tech joins a European round table discussion with VP of Digital Enterprise Group Operations, Steve Smith, to discuss several hot topics.
IDF SPRING 2007: Configurable Antennas look set to be a big part of the future of wireless networking technology.
World in Conflict is based in the middle of the Cold War where the Americans and Russians are at each other's necks. However, this time the battle is on US soil. That's not all that is different about Massive's latest RTS game though, and it's definitely one to look out for later this year when it's released...
Today, we have a look at MSI's K9A Platinum based on AMD's 580X CrossFire chipset. Could this turn out to be a great bargain for budget gamers? Let's find out...
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?
One of the most anticipated games of next year is RTS extravaganza, Supreme Commander. By answering a simple question you could win one of our 50 beta keys and be playing the game months before it's released.
The fifth stop of nine on the Multi-GPU World Tour 2006 has been posted over at Neoseeker. This part covers the most played games from the Xfire list.
The fourth stop of nine on the Multi-GPU World Tour 2006 has been posted over at HARDiNFO. This part covers the common benchmarks used across the web.
Two sources close to AMD have claimed that information about the company's reverse multi-threading technology was dreamed up and does not exist.
The third part of the Multi-GPU World Tour 2006 has been published on Bjorn3D today.