Review Resident Evil 2 Remake Review
This 165Hz 1440p screen sports G-Sync, a 1800R curve, and a wallet-busting price.
Aims to create free open results database.
Ultra HD benchmarking for paying users.
Advanced and Basic Editions later.
Removes a false advantage for Ryzen.
No launch date yet available.
Minimum score required for consideration.
New tests mean no direct comparison possible.
Adobe and Microsoft lend a hand.
Six teams of readers joined bit-tech and Asus for a day of overclocking.
Smartphones are the next big battleground - but how should we test them?
Zotac launches another teeny motherboard - the H55ITX-A-E includes 802.11n WiFi and a full 16x PCI-E slot. We take it for a spin with a Core i5-750 and Core i5-661 to see what this little tiger can do (clue: a lot).
Cooler Master cases are enormously popular in the world of case modding, and today we take a look at the newest offering from the case supremo, the HAF 932. Can this high airflow beast impress, or is it full of hot air? Read on to find out!
We dive into the world of pre-overclocked cards and check out BFG's OCX and Asus' TOP GeForce GTX 280s and an AMP!'d GeForce GTX 260 from Zotac. Are they worth the extra cash for a bit more umpf? We found out.
We first reported Commodore's re-entry into the market back at CeBit 2007. Finally, a retail sample has reached the bit-tech labs - we take it for a grilling to see if it really is worthy of the Commodore name.
Don't want to spent £150 on the latest motherboard? Are cheap boards not worth the PCB they're made on, or is there occasionally a diamond in the rough? The Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3R may be light on features but does it still pack that Gigabyte punch? Read on to find out...
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Our guest today is Mr. Wendel, who brings us the latest iteration of Abit's Fatal1ty series motherboards. Does the Fatal1ty AN9 32X teach you kids how to pwn? We find out...
Shuttle is back with a new look chassis that has a host of new components under the hood. The SN27P2 supports AMD's new AM2 processors and has an NVIDIA nForce 570 chipset to boot. Is it as good as the company's previous designs?
The hardware and gaming markets are going to be turned on their heads in the coming months. Do you understand the issues involved in evaluating the technology progressions we're going to be making, and do you understand the ethos behind the editorial?