Review Wreckfest Review
Only Fools and Horsepower.
Mechanical, RGB, and low-profile? Tesoro thinks you really can have it all.
May make Spectre exploitation easier.
All future ECS boards to be Durathon-based.
We attempt to break this triple-slot behemoth to see what's under the new DirectCU II cooler
Gigabyte ditches its traditional colours for Intel's new Sandy Bridge CPU - see what you think!
We've let Richard's 7 year old inner child out again and the little monster has taken apart a very expensive piece of equipment: the ATI Radeon HD 5970. What's inside? We've plenty of pics to satisfy any curiosity!
Nvidia has redesigned the GeForce GTX 295, squeezing both GT200b GPUs onto a single PCB and completely replacing the card's cooler. We find out if the the GTX 295 directors cut is any faster or cooler than it's dual PCB predecessor, and whether it's more worthy of it's top end price tag.
COMPUTEX 09: We cunningly got a shot of the latest single PCB GeForce GTX 295 at EVGA.
COMPUTEX 09: We've got a better explanation as to why AMD’s Radeon HD 4770 reference card was so different to those that hit shelves.
Not to be outdone by DFI and Asus, MSI has also got a mATX X58 in the works - click for a picture inside!
Nvidia is rumoured to be working on a new version of its dual-GPU GeForce GTX 295 card, which will feature a single PCB, rather than two.
Nvidia shrinks the PCB used by the GeForce 9800 GTX+ and calls it a new graphics card.
A clever hacker has developed a full IRC client in a tiny hardware device that lets you idle with a fraction of the power usage of a desktop PC.
ATI's forthcoming RV790 GPU will reportedly be called the Radeon HD 4890, and could be out in April.
Palit took the AMD ATI Radeon HD 4850 reference design and threw it out of the window before it started working on the Radeon HD 4850 Sonic. We check out Palit's completely redesigned card to see if it can stand up against the fierce competition on the market.
We can't get a sub-notebook in for review without taking it apart - this time we break the new Asus Eee PC 901 into lots of little bits to find out what's changed between old and new!
Gigabyte recently invited bit-tech and a few other international journalists to visit one of its factories in Nan-Ping. Read on to find out exactly where that Gigabyte P45 board you want to buy comes from.
IDF SPRING 08: Anand Chandrasehker showed off a Moorestown PCB at the end of his keynote. It's smaller than a credit card!
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.
Gone are the days of just turd-yellow/brown or leaf green motherboards - we've seen many colours of PCB come and go. With such a vast choice available now, we're interested in what floats your boat when it comes to the colour of hardware.
The Sapphire X1950 Pro Dual is a massive card with two X1950 Pro cores in CrossFire on one PCB. We snapped a load of detailed photos for our bit-tech readers.
CEBIT 2007: Corsair has decided to disband its popular “flashy LED” XMS2 Pro-series modules in favour of moving to the newer, and more efficient, DHX cooling solution used on its high-end Dominator modules.
Abit releases the Fatal1ty FP-IN9 SLI gaming motherboard based on the NVIDIA nForce 650i chipset.
Following last week's launch of AGEIA's PhysX PPU, ASUS has announced they will be manufacturing a 256MB version. No one yet knows of the difference over BFG's 128MB PPU card.
Three and a half years ago, Dave Williams stunned the modding world with the unveiling of Macro Black - a case mod truly ahead of its time. Today, we revisit this classic project in a modding Blast From The Past.
Ryan McFarland has a habit of turning junkyard trash into useful stuff. His latest creation is the NES gamepad optical mouse mod.
By popular demand, an LED meter to display just how hard your hard drive is working: Dave Williams provides all the circuit diagrams and know-how
Knight Rider style eye candy for your PC. This one is different, it can actually do more than just look pretty!
Does your cooling give you headaches? Here is a simple step-by-step guide to controlling the speed of a case fan through some simple electronics you can make at home