Alex is going to bring the Toreador clan from Bloodlines 2 to life - in case mod form!
Sleek and solid, the £190 Sekira 500G is taking on the big boys.
Iiyama ProLite XUB3493WQSU-B1 up for grabs!
IDF FALL 06: The American satellite provider will ship a digital media adaptor with its new high definition DVR.
IDF FALL 06: Pat Gelsinger states that Intel plans to ship one million quad-core chips before AMD ships its first.
IDF FALL 06: Think you can design the sexiest PC on the planet? Intel has some money waiting for you if you can put your modding where your mouth is.
Seeing all that news run by on the right? Hop in here for your handy index to our comprehensive Intel Developer Forum coverage.
IDF FALL 06: Eric Kim, manager of the Digital Home group at Intel, blasts DRM then praises Apple's approach with its iTV streaming box, and throws in some YouTube criticism for good measure.
IDF FALL 06: Flash memory technology integrated on to the motherboard, combined with Windows Vista, should mean faster disk performance.
IDF FALL 06: We have the details on the power usage, socket compatibility, performance bottlenecks and processor architecture.
IDF FALL 06: Gesher, Nehalem, Woodcrest, Woodcrest, Santa Rosa, 65nm, 45nm, 32nm... the list goes on.
IDF FALL 06: Kentsfield gets a name, and we get a demo of the stunning new game from Remedy. Quad core goodness!
IDF FALL 06: Phil Schiller shares the stage with Otellini and explains Apple's new Intel line-up.
IDF FALL 06: Otellini gets a bit over-enthusiastic about this year's most overused buzz word. Bandwidth costs? We've heard of them.
IDF FALL 06: Market expectations and rights holders dominate the policy view at Intel's regulatory dept.
IDF FALL 06: Chip giant stuns journalists with most punnable project name in technical history.
MSI has released its new P965 Platinum board, the first board to support ATI Crossfire setups on Intel's 965 chipset.
The guys from the popular laptop firm are rallying across Europe in a bid to reach Budapest. Check out their progress live on GPS!
DFI is a company that makes some of the best enthusiast motherboards in the industry and is renowned for throwing the kitchen sink at its boards. We have a look at the more budget-orientated Infinity 975X/G and find out whether it's any good.
Internet Reports™ suggest that the quad-core uber-chip will be available in November. Yum.
AMD has punted out a new variant in its dual-core line of chips. World at large is underwhelmed.
Intel announced that it intends to pare its work force back by 10% in a restructuring plan.
Asus is the first out of the gate with an nForce 500-series mobo supporting Core 2 Duo. The P5NSLI is based on NVIDIA's nForce 570 SLI Intel Edition chipset and has a very attractive price. Does budget always mean bad?
When we decided to put together a gaming server, we wanted it to be something a little special. Take a look at the chronicle of our server build then come and game against us and prove your skills!
In this world exclusive review, we take a look at the Dell XPS 700 - Dell's first machine designed for hardcore gamers. We examine the radical new chassis, check out the ludicrous cooling design, rag on the components then rip the whole thing apart to see how it's all put together. Do not miss this.
We have a quick look at one of the first Abit AW9D-MAX mobos let out in the wild. It has all of the right ingredients to become the next IC7-MAX3 - it just needs some time to mature.
October 18 2019 | 17:00
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