Say no to sag, the bit-tech way.
Rick gets his hands dirty with Skydance's VR zombie game.
Is this charming puzzle game safe to cross, or is it jaywalking toward disaster?
ExtremeTech suggest that the X2 processor caines Intel's offerings in performance benchmarks. Is dual core for gaming dead in the water?
Richard Swinburne takes a look at a Micro ATX board from EQS based on the Radeon Xpress 200G chipset, which includes a DirectX 9.0 integrated graphics chipset.
We have pictures of AMD's dual core solution up and running!
And with his past experience of trade shows, Wil Harris isn't really looking forward to it.
When the mind goes blank and all you can see is computing hardware.
A quick discussion of what we expect for 2005.
Will the latest third-party chipsets for Pentium 4 give it the boost it desperately needs?
VIA are first to market with a PCI Express platform for Athlon 64. Richard Swinburne provides a technical overview on this latest chipset, the K8T890
Wil Harris wonders if Steam has overcome the initial drizzle of its creation.
Are we right to think that new technology is stagnant? Wil Harris takes a look at a darned cool real-world collaboration.
Cinemedia PC is Chris Newman's latest Home Theatre PC case mod, pushing his skills to the very limit
In his first column for bit-tech.net, former PC Pro editor James Morris asks whether we can get away from the marketing hype back to being interested in technology.
Featuring a unique layered technique inspired by the work of Kerry Vesper, Chris Newman's Vesperdeco sets new standards for HTPC case mods
February 17 2020 | 09:00
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