Google patches Chrome '20 Questions' privacy flaw
A good idea to update now.
This £250 headset and DAC combo brings high-fidelity audio to gaming in a superb way.
The High Current Pro looks good on paper, but can it come through our tests unscathed?
We take a look at the few scarce details just emerged of what DDR4 might come to offer.
In an extension of our recent investigation into energy efficiency, Kingston dropped in some of its latest LoVo DDR3 memory that can run at just 1.2-1.25V. How much power does it save and is it a significant difference? We check to find out.
Made by popular graphics card company BFG, the MX550 might provide some modular competition to the OCZ ModXStream Pro, Corsair VX550W and HX520W power supplies. We dive in to find out if it's any good.
Enermax's premium PSU, the Revolution, claims 85+ percent efficiency. With an enthusiastic and unique design, housing DC-DC innards, Enermax has designed something quite special.
We constantly recommend the 650W Be Quiet! Dark Power Pro, but does the 850W afford the same awesome efficiency and virtual silence? With the same style of modular cables, shiny box, and a very similar build it be just as good or it might suffer from being just too hot.
Seasonic breaks its own mould with the highest power unit it has ever launched. That's not what's special though - the ultra high quality fan and 80Plus Silver efficiency rating could very well raise the PSU bar again.
Lian Li is famed for its high quality cases but not yet for its PSUs - is that about to change? Will the company instil the same level of design and build quality into powering a PC like it does housing one? We jacked up the voltage to find out.
Are you looking for a power supply and you're on a budget? Corsair's VX550W might be just what you're looking for. We check to see if the quality of Corsair's range continues down to the low end... or are corners cut along the way? Read on to find out.
Enermax has launched a replacement for the ageing Liberty and Noisetaker II - say hello to the 82+ series. The non-modular Pro 82+ claims a consistent power efficiency of... wait for it... more than 82 percent. Let's find out how it gets on.
Renowned as one of the best Power Supply manufacturers on the planet, PC Power & Cooling (or PCPC) sent us some 750W CrossFire and SLI models to test and confirm if they really do deserve this status.