Aims for better feedback.
Still no quicksave feature, though.
Has to pay a $15 refund to customers.
Intel has a lot on its plate, including the addition of a new chipset and the subtraction of many chips.
The latest chipset from the fabless wonder sports integrated Unichrome graphics and support for the latest Intel processors.
Somehow, Epox has managed to marry NVIDIA's NForce 4 SLI chipset with the seemingly redundant Socket 754 Athlon 64 CPU's with its new EP-8NPA SLI motherboard. We didn't see this one coming...
The Lubic Jules surfaced in Japan this week - a funky perspex case by all accounts. We can't help but feel it is strangely similar to our own Project 3G Clear from 2002.
Continuing this week's theme, we've had a pair of Intel's processors in the test labs this week: The 3.8GHz Pentium 4 670 and the 2.8GHz dual cored Pentium D 820. Which is best? High clock speed single core with HyperThreading, or the lower clock speed, two cores and no HyperThreading? We have the answers inside...
Richard Swinburne has been busy with two NForce 4 SLI Intel Edition motherboards from MSI and Gigabyte. Are either boards worth considering over Intel's well-established chipset line up, or instead of an AMD-based SLI motherboard? We have the answers for you right here.
Developers who've gotten their Intel Transition kit are impressed with the frank-n-mac's speed
Will the latest third-party chipsets for Pentium 4 give it the boost it desperately needs?
Are Intel’s latest LGA775 processors a stepping in the wrong direction for hardware enthusiasts? James Morris investigates
In his first column for bit-tech.net, former PC Pro editor James Morris asks whether we can get away from the marketing hype back to being interested in technology.
Intel asked us to create a show case to celebrate the launch of the Pentium 4 3GHz processor. Macroman had the job of creating Project 3G Clear