Intel's Brian Krzanich resigns over fraternisation
Brought low by a relationship.
Brought low by a relationship.
Vulkan, OpenGL, and OpenGL ES supported.
Looks to capture the creative market.
We list the winner and runners up for the 2010 Mod of the Year competition.
We announce five lucky winners who voted in 2010's Mod of the Year competition.
We look at the most amazing mods and scratch-built PCs that we've seen over the last year.
We build our own all-in-one multi-touch PC, but everything doesn't go quite as planned...
Andy decided that forking out tens of thousands for an expensive 'Kaleidoscape' server was simply crackers. So, like any good modder, he built one himself, for less. In this article, he guides us through how you can make your own: from hardware to software.
Can Dawn of War II take a chainsword to Football Manager? We take a look at the retail PC games chart in the UK, as well as the Steam download chart.
Cooler Master didn't have much to show us out in Taipei, but it's working on a project that looks to give case design a new edge.
The change of seasons is upon us! So now that everyone's back in school or cleaning up the yard a couple last times, has the modding slowed down? Naaah - and to prove it to you, we have another top five entries in September's Mod of the Month. Look, Admire, Choose, Vote!
We've all been there - a great mod, great ideas...and no posts. What's missing? Well, mod-god Pete Dickison of Orac fame is here to tell you: ideas are only as good as how you present them. And he's here to teach you about how to write the project log of your dreams.
After the successes of Sangaku and Yuugou, Nick Falzone (aka Greensabbath) is back with his latest wood and acrylic fusion - Project Nakamura.
PGR4 won't fit on a DVD and the developers have had to remove day/night cycles to make room. Meanwhile, Sony boasts about how great Blu-ray is.
Project Offset, the upcoming FPS/RPG from Team Offset, has just had its first gameplay trailer released. It. Looks. Gorgeous. Updated!
Do you like the idea of engraving, but have been scared to get your hands dirty? Not sure what you need to get started? Wolverine, one of our two engraving mod-gods, takes you through the basics.
Forza Motorsport was the first driving simulator to provide any kind of challenge to Gran Turismo's dominance, but it ultimately fell a little short of the mark. Can Forza Motorsport 2 up the ante and provide some serious competition?
Microsoft drop a load of details for PGR 4 on our doorstep and we promptly deliver them to you.
The month of May is drawing to a close, and so it's time to take a peek into the forums for another look at the project logs.
Hot on the heels of Nick's awesome Yuugou mod, it's time to see what some of the others in our forum have come up with. Has spring fever kept our modders down? No way...
Not every modding project has to be a scratch build to have that wow factor. We present this fantastic Cooler Master Stacker mod created by the dynamic Dutch duo: Ediejo and Snakez.
Here we are wrapping up February 2007, so it's time for another project log update. Let"s take a look at some of what our talented modders have been doing over the past month...
The holidays are over and it's time to get back in the modding groove. To round up some of January's most promising mods from the scene, we've chosen four top-notch projects. Take a look!
The creators of Skype and Kazzaa are now turning their hand towards online video distribution.
A spiffing 355 days of terrific gaming action awaits us in 2007, with great games being churned out left right and centre. We do our upmost to pick out the most wanted games of 2007- some choices you'd expect and others may leave you pondering thoughtfully about how great this year is going to be.
We take a look at another selection of some of the hottest mods from the bit-tech Forums. This month we've got a custom-built widescreen projector, three Cooler Master Stackers and a Shuttle XPC.
Sony appear to be skating on thin ice as Tony Hawk's developer, Neversoft, pulls plug on PS3 multiplayer.
We check out the progress of some of the hottest mods in the Project Logs forum right now. A return from Modsquad, a Ferrari paintjob, a custom Cooler Master and a hand-built CNC machine in this edition!
Debian.org's Gluck server was hacked yesterday and has since been taken offline. Many of the services provided by Gluck are currently not functioning.
Wolverine is back with his latest mod project - a 'Biomech' case inspired by the art work of H.R. Giger. Check out the full worklog and the superb finished result!
The first screens and videos from the next-gen Tony Hawk game have hit the net. Prepare for some awesome graphics and great animation - as well as plenty of painful bails!
A team of ex-World of Warcraft developers has set up a new studio to develop a next-generation MMO. They've now licensed one of the hottest graphics engines on the scene.
Earlier this month, we opened a competition giving away an ECS nForce 4 motherboard to the best Project Log in our new-style forums. We've rounded up a shortlist of contenders, you guys pick the winner!
Aussie enthusiast mag, Atomic, are holding a Hotbox of the Year competition to see which case mod is voted the best from the past 12 months. Our very own G-gnome made the finals - Orac³ for the win!