Samsung opens Cambridge AI Centre
Outlines semi roadmap to 3nm, too.
Picks up Israel-based subsidiary.
It's less than £130, but is it worth buying or have too many features been cut?
Weighing in at over 20kg and with a whopping 12 fan mounts, the Deep Silence 6 is a mammoth case.
This case brings the Deep Silence design and ethos to the micro-ATX form factor. Does it hold up?
BitFenix had aesthetics as priority with its new tower case, but can it walk the walk when it comes to cooling?
Corsair's latest Carbide Series chassis is focussed on low noise, but does cooling suffer?
Cooltek's Antiphon claims to be silent but costs just £60 - too good to be true? We find out.
The NZXT H630 'Ultra-Tower' is designed to be quiet and a water-cooler's best friend.
Nanoxia is back with its second chassis, a cheaper addition to the Deep Silence range.
Thermalright's Archon SB-E X2 is here to show us that there's still life in air coolers yet.
We take a look at the new revision of Fractal's big yet stealthy Define XL chassis.
Shrouded in black and whisper quiet. We put the ninja like debut case from Nanoxia through its paces.
The P180's spiritual successor sees the light of day for the first time.
New PSU case design helps to lower noise even further
Can NZXT's new low-noise midi tower usurp the Fractal R3 as the best low-noise case?
We loved Fractal's Define R3 case but will the super-sized XL version be a class act?
The update to the Define R2 is officially our favourite quiet case, read on to see why!
Our first look at JMicron's latest JMF616 controller chip reveals it strengths and weaknesses
This dual-channel fan controller can keep your PC cool and quiet via temperature-controlled magic!
Seasonic's new version of its highly efficient X-Series PSU does away with the fan altogether.
Incredible, but not practically designed sound proof case concept shown by In-Win.
We put 11 third-party graphics card coolers to the test to see which, if any, is worth buying.
Corsair's latest Nova Series SSDs are based on the Indilinx Barefoot Eco drive controller and Intel 32nm NAND flash. We've seen that combination perform strongly for a great price, so we wanted to find if Corsair's drive could hit the SSD sweet spot. Read on to find out.
The follow up to the Akasa Nero, the Nero S fancies itself as a premium cooler ready to take on the best. With four fat direct-contact heatpipes and a nifty S-blade fan it certainly looks up to the task. We see if it'll triumph or go up in flames in the bit-tech thermal test rigs.
G.Skill has taken a new version of the Indilinx Barefoot drive controller and paired it with Intel 32nm NAND flash to make the Falcon 2. Boasting claimed speeds of 220/110MB/s read/write, we've found its performance is surprising!
They might take our lives, but they will never take our Freedom Tower! Well, we'd rather they didn't take either, truth be told - we're rather fond of our lives, and also of this excellent and well priced cooler. Read on to see why (and we promise no more Braveheart references).
Kingston's latest SSD features a brand new drive controller from Toshiba and as a result boasts some very impressive sequential read and write speeds. Does it have what it takes to compete with the competition currently on the market?
A £40 graphics card? Surely that's as useful as a chocolate teapot? We take a look at AMD's latest and cheapest Radeon from the HD 5000 series, the HD5450, see how it stacks up against integrated graphics and find out in what situations it might be a great buy.
SSDs promise blazing fast access times and data transfer speeds - but many SSDs suffer from horrendous performance degradation over time. The answer is TRIM: we take a look at SSD performance to find out why the latest, TRIM-enabled drive firmwares are crucial updates.
We get inside Kingston's latest "value" V+ SSD featuring a Toshiba controller and 128GB capacity. Kingston bundles this along with disk cloning software and an external case as part of its "Performance Upgrade Kit". Click in to see more!
The unending drone of your CPU cooler driving you mad? Then perhaps the Gelid Tranquillo can help. With an ultra low-noise PWM fan, but still packing four copper heatpipes and a big stack of cooling fins, check out this terrific low-noise HSF.
Relative newcomer to the case market, Fractal Design, is out to impress with it's latest chassis: the R2. With key noise reduction features, removable vent covers and extremely clean, angular styling, does it have what it takes to compete?
Could turkey, fir trees and rubbish telly be joined by overclocking this Christmas? That's certainly what Titan is hoping for with its updated xmas edition of the superb Fenrir CPU cooler, rebadged for the festive season. Seriously.