Windows 10 October 2018 Update finally fixed
So says Microsoft, anyway.
Gains found in only one very specific workload.
Faster, but not quite ready for commercialisation.
To be showcased at Computex 2017.
For our final day at Computex, we returned to Nangang to see Asus, Cooler Master and more
Day 2 of Computex was spent at the Hyatt hotel, where there were plenty more goodies on show
3D printed case, pumpless AIO coolers and plenty more on show during day 1 of Computex
Our summary of all the goings on during our last day in Taipei at Computex 2015
Day 2 at Computex 2015, and we've the latest from Asus, In Win, Thermaltake and more
Shows off future products at Computex.
We summarise everything we saw during our first day at Taipei's Computex 2015 event
Our summary of all the goings on during our last day in Taipei at Computex 2014
Day 2 at Computex 2014, and we've the latest from MSI, ASRock, Cooler Master and more
We summarise everything we saw during our first day at Taipei's Computex 2014 event
We headed out to Computex 2013 last week; here's an index of everything we saw.
be quiet! took the wraps off its next PSU range, as well as a new CPU cooler at Computex 2013
NFC printer pairing and Miracast support included.
MSI launches its Computex campaign with focus on Z87 and GeForce products
Computex OC Main Event takes place on Monday.
First fourth-generation chips to be unveiled in June.
Our journey around Computex continues, as we hit the Nangang exhibition centre.
Last week we headed out to Taipei for Computex 2012. Day 1 and 2 were dominated by Asus.
Intel has announced the ultrabook. Smaller and cheaper than a netbook, what’s so ultra about it?
Updated with new pictures and information.
We gather all the news, gossip, previews and rumours from the most important PC tech show.
We're at Computex in Taiwan, the PC hardware world's biggest trade show.
Some early specs of the new card that's to be announced at Computex on 1 June.
We've heard some of the latest mobile Fermi parts will be arriving soon
We were out in Taipei, Taiwan for the 2009 Computex trade show for the past two weeks. Now that we're back in more familiar territory in London, we take a look back at the big trends during the show, from Netbooks, to DX11 and Windows 7.
COMPUTEX 09: Foxconn has its Flaming Katana on show and reconis it can make P55s for under $100!
COMPUTEX 09: New P55 motherboards from Gigabyte allow you to use your Bluetooth phone to hide your sensitive files.
COMPTUEX 09: It's not cheap, but it is beautiful: Origen-ae makes mini-ITX HTPCs to die for.
COMPUTEX 09: Sources at Taiwanese motherboard manufacturers say initial overclocking tests have been somewhat surprising.
COMPUTEX 09: Intel makes the claim that the popular Core i7 920 won't be discontinued and what Lynnfield WON'T be called.
COMPUTEX 09: Akasa's new Nero S is bigger, cooler and wavier than the original.
COMPUTEX 09: Nvidia shows off hardware using its new Tegra system-on-a-chip, promising astonishing battery life for tiny computers.
COMPUTEX 09: Microsoft's Murray Vince revealed one of Windows 7's hidden features: native GPU accelerated video transcoding.
COMPUTEX 09: GPU accelerated Flash is coming, but it's not here yet. Both Intel and Nvidia confirmed that Adobe is working on it.