Asus shows off ROG Strix RTX 2080
Amazon pushes users to Twitch Turbo.
Studios add ray tracing, deep learning tech.
Shuttle is back with a new look chassis that has a host of new components under the hood. The SN27P2 supports AMD's new AM2 processors and has an NVIDIA nForce 570 chipset to boot. Is it as good as the company's previous designs?
Hitachi thinks that we're going to hit or surpass the 1TB barrier before the end of the year thanks to perpendicular storage, and Seagate talks about the future of the drive itself.
MSI is stepping up with a thin and light notebook that has Radeon integrated graphics and features AMD's dual core mobile processor, the Turion X2. Can it stand up to Intel notebooks from bigger brands?
NVIDIA's CEO told financial analysts that he can 'see the market' for an integrated CPU and GPU. However, he says NVIDIA will more or less go where the market is for the GPU, instead of pushing a hybrid product.
We check out two new releases from enthusiast suppliers - a new revision of the Hiper Type-R and a booster PSU designed to help you out with SLI and CrossFire.
Cooler Master has released its all-new Mystique 632 Black into the wild. The sleek black finish and all aluminium construction make the Mystique 632 a nice addition to the current Cooler Master product line up. Does this mean it's another great case though? Read on to find out...
NVIDIA has released info on its new low-end IGP chipset - the MCP61 family.
Intel has decided to make its graphics drivers open-source, rather than proprietary code.
We take a look at Razer's latest mouse: the Krait. Aimed specifically at those who want pro-level performance in RTS and MMORPG games, does this mouse provide a boost over the competition?
Motherboard manufacturers ASUS and Gigabyte have formed a new offspring, hoping to play off each other's strengths.
Seagate has done some modifications to its 7200.9 Barracuda drives, improving both their acoustics and their thermal properties.
Today, NVIDIA has announced official support for Quad SLI in the build-it-yourself market using a pair of GeForce 7950 GX2's. We have spent a couple of weeks using the new drivers - read on find out how far we got this time...
The Mac Pro has been unveiled and looks very tasty indeed. On top of that bombshell is news regarding Apple's next operating system, named Leopard.
AMD has declared its intent to discontinue the ATI brand name entirely.
Windows Vista has promised to be the ultimate Media Center. But now they're pulling the rug from under HD cable add-ins.
Maxell and InPhase have announced that holographic storage will be available by the end of the year, starting at 300GB.
Take 2 minutes, answer a few questions about your memory-buying habits and win some really cool prizes: Ballistix memory, Gizmo USB drives, CF and SD cards... what more could you want?
Asus has designed its P5B Deluxe WiFi-AP Edition motherboard around Intel's recently-released P965/ICH8R chipset combination. It incorporates a mamouth feature set, but do these features make a great motherboard? We have the answers for you here.
The FTC has found Rambus guilty of staging itself for a monopoly with patents, lies, and more than a couple lawsuits.
Intel has announced that it is now going inside cell phones with new NOR flash memory, in flavors from 32MB to 1GB.
The Origen case has a 7" LCD touch screen in the front and sports a number of neat touches that make this a well thought out product. But is it just too expensive to justify?
IBM is set to make an announcement today on five new business servers with AMD processors.
With the outrageous performance of Conroe, we thought we'd round up some of the best heatsinks on the market for the LGA 775 socket. If you're looking to get a Core 2 Duo, check out our opinions on the best cooling options.
Last quarter, AMD achieved its highest ever market share in the CPU market, according to data released by Mercury Research.
It looks like NVIDIA is getting ready to unlock its SLI technology so that it will run on motherboards based on Intel's 975X chipset.
Do you want a 7900 that's majorly overclocked out of the box? EVGA has this 'superclocked' version, but do the enhanced speeds make a difference?