Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
We take a look at Raijintek's latest generation of water-cooling hardware.
Sub-ambient cooling for beginners.
Standalone or pump-bundle options.
Doubles up on bundled fans.
Swiftech has officially unveiled the Maelstrom, a new full-height 5.25-inch reservoir.
Following corrosion issues with some of its waterblocks, EK has improved its nickel-plating process.
Xigmatek's Elysium features USB 3 ports and a cavernous interior for water-cooling.
EKWaterBlocks has halted production of some of its waterblocks due to corrosion.
We take a look at six of the best new modding projects, and you can vote for your favourite.
Swiftech re-enters the air-cooling market with its Polaris 120 CPU cooler.
Pyramids have ancient and futuristic auras about them thanks to the Pharaohs and films such as Stargate. Henk Hamers, bit-tech's very own 'Gup' Pyramid-shaped mod was one of the best projects of 2009. Check out the in-depth write up, pictures and video!
Neptune was the Roman god of the sea and forum user Boddaker - otherwise known as Brian Carter - has taken this theme to the limit with one of the best Lian Li V2000 mods we've ever seen.
MSI kicks off CeBIT 2008 early with a new energy efficient innovation. It's called the ECOlution.
Scientists have made water roll uphill, leading to the possibility of an entirely pump-less watercooling system. Could watercooling soon replace heatpipes in laptops?
New to watercooling? Alphacool has assembled a solid Starter Kit that provides all the basics: 120mm radiator with quiet fan, Eheim pump, reservoir and copper waterblock. Can it do the business for just £100?
Fancy a watercooling pump with a USB control panel to monitor pump speed, fan speed and give you a LCD readout? Asetek are already on it...