Lenovo class-action could pay out $55 per user
Superfish to chip in.
Wants to concentrate on gamers.
Old fashioned applicances are rarely considered in modern design but Jeffrey Stephenson's Project: Ingraham is testament to the fact that they go great with modding! Jeffrey explains how it's done.
We've got our third winner for the Mod of the Year competition, to reward those of you who took the time to vote. Check out if you won inside!
4GB kits are swiftly becoming the choice of gamers and enthusiasts - and since prices have dropped considerably for DDR2, it makes upgrading all that much sweeter. We look at Crucial's new Ballistix Tracer modules, which are now available all in red.
Carrying on from DDR1 and DDR2 in Part 3, Ryan investigates what makes DDR3 so special, by looking in-depth at its unique features like the Fly-By topology, Read/Write levelling, Dynamic On-Die Termination & ZQ Driver Calibration.
Last weekend we popped over to i31 to have a look at see what's going on. Here's a run down of what we found: case mods, ghetto aircon, manufacturers, food and drink to keep you going and Cooler Master using Tim's vertical hacking skillz to great effect.
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?
Is tighter always better? Do you always get what you pay for? We investigate how much difference memory timings can make to a Core 2 Duo platform.
COMPUTEX 2006: NVIDIA's SLI Memory looks to be catching on, as memory manufacturers speak out.
Need some extra storage for your digicam, MP3 player or phone? We've teamed up with the folks at Crucial to offer five readers the chance to win 1GB of flash memory each. Get those entries in quick!