Review Cryorig Taku Review
Has Cryorig drawn a winner, or is it back to the drawing board?
Has Cryorig drawn a winner, or is it back to the drawing board?
Heads back to WW2, too.
If you are looking for a wireless headset with great quality audio and a rather clear microphone, make sure the Corsair Void Pro RGB is on your watchlist.
Microsoft has confirmed its Windows-running tablet will soon be hitting Blighty's shores.
ASRock showed off a bevy of boards last week, and filled in a few blanks about PCI-E 3.0 too.
Promises to lower your ping and maintain your high frame rates when you're gaming online.
Microsoft has confirmed a UK price cut for the Xbox 360 Elite and will phase out the 60Gb Pro model.
Apple updated its MacBook line with several new versions and slashed prices on many existing models at its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote last night.
The new Tony Hawks game, Tony Hawk: Ride, will have a special skateboard peripheral for players to stand on.
We constantly recommend the 650W Be Quiet! Dark Power Pro, but does the 850W afford the same awesome efficiency and virtual silence? With the same style of modular cables, shiny box, and a very similar build it be just as good or it might suffer from being just too hot.
500W, modular, not too expensive - an ideal partner to a cost efficient system? We put OCZ's revamped ModXStream Pro to the reviewers block to see if it'll hold up to our barrage of tests in order to evaluate noise, efficiency and power quality.
Another Core i7 motherboard creeps in the price bracket of affordability along with the MSI X58 Pro at £160. Not only is the Gigabyte UD3R a damned sight better looking, this time the overclocking and cooling performance is one thing that has not been trimmed off to keep the costs down.
As the months roll on, Core i7 motherboards are coming closer to what most people would consider affordable. We take a look at MSI's X58 Pro to find out if taking the cheaper option will leave you short-changed in the way of performance and features.
Apple's last MacWorld keynote was frankly full of disappointments and no shows - the most interesting news came from outside the keynote arena.
Apple has announced its new range of MacBooks and its first LED backlit Cinema Display in a keynote at its Cupertino headquarters.
Looking for something central to reliably store all your data? We check out QNAP's latest four disk professional NAS with more RAID and more features then you can shake a CAT 5 cable at.
We test the modular, rubber lipped Cooler Master Silent Pro 700W power supply to its limits to see if it really is silent and professional. More importantly, is it worth your money? Let's find out.
The name might be a relative unknown in the PSU industry but the people behind it sure aren't - in a whisper we discover if this German brand makes a power supply to rival the best of them.
An inexpensive, well featured P35 board with Asus' energy efficient EPU and a full eight phase power regulation? The Asus P5K Pro seems to have it right - we find out if it's as good as the spec sheet implies.
The Championship Gaming Series has officially opened a new training centre for pro gamers in China.
Enermax has launched a replacement for the ageing Liberty and Noisetaker II - say hello to the 82+ series. The non-modular Pro 82+ claims a consistent power efficiency of... wait for it... more than 82 percent. Let's find out how it gets on.
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.
Designed by distinguished modder Ben Heck, the Audio FX is a USB headset that boasts 5.1 channel surround sound, bass boasting force feedback and TeamSpeak certification. Now, we find out if that translates into a decent headset or just a fleet of empty promises.
Not everything has to be built around a huge ATX case, and Shuttle's XPC range gets another revision to include yet more features: Oasis cooling, solid aluminium capacitors our favourite P35 chipset to make a potential teeny performance monster.
Microsoft has suddenly moved back into the PC gaming input market by bringing the Sidewinder line back to life. Has the company learnt any new tricks in the last few years then, or is the Sidewinder more useless than a dead viper? There's only one way to find out for sure...
Abit suggests that the IP35 Pro as an overclocker's wet dream with an attractive price. Thus, it follows in the footsteps of the cult classic AB9 QuadGT and promises to overclock just as well. Let's find out how it gets on...
AMD has announced the arrival of the ATI Radeon HD 2600 and Radeon HD 2400 series graphics cards today.
The superior display that Apple promised may not be all that superior. At least that's what a lawsuit targeted at Apple is saying.
Rumours over at AppleInsider and ThinkSecret are telling the tales of a traveller's dream - a new, thin MacBook Pro.
PSUs are one of the most essential but least understood components of any computer system. We thoroughly tested six 700W to 850W PSUs to discover exactly what you should let near your expensive components and the results proved somewhat surprising.
In the wake of Nvidia's GeForce 8600-series launch, the talk of the town in old Taipei has now switched to AMD's mid-range products...
IDF SPRING 2007: Intel technical Guru, Mooly Eden, tells all in the tales of next generation mobile computing.
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.
These days, there's often a lack of differentiation between the various graphics card partners. However, there's recently been a lease of life blown into the market with a slew of 'different' products. Today, we're pointing the spotlight at PowerColor, as it has managed to passively cool a X1950 Pro...
We round up a selection of heatsinks that will set you back around £30-40. The current platform of choice is Core 2, so we've tested them all in an LGA775 motherboard. However, most will also work on AM2 boards too. Let's find out what's on offer...
CEBIT 2007: Corsair has issued a statement to us that clarifies the situation with its XMS2 Pro-series memory modules.
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.
We take a look at some software designed to change your voice. Ever wanted to convince someone you're actually a girl... actually I'm not sure we want to know.
According to a report on HKEPC, AMD is readying another new DirectX 9-based Radeon X1950-series card, known as Radeon X1950GT.
We've just got word that PowerColor is preparing to launch a couple of passively cooled Radeon X1950 cards in the first quarter of next year and we've managed to get hold of some info on them. Pictures enclosed...
Professional gaming organisation, the CPL, has decided that competitors will now have to take drug tests when taking part in the competion. A necessary precaution or is the CPL taking itself too seriously?
Today, we have a look at PowerColor’s Radeon X1950 Pro, which comes fitted with an Arctic Cooling Accelero X2 cooler. PowerColor also ships the card with higher-than-reference clock frequencies – is the price premium worth it though? We find out...
Bethesda's latest addition to the Elder Scrolls franchise went home from this year's Golden Joystick awards with three awards, including the top award - Ultimate Game of the Year.