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New ROG and TUF boards, plus a look at the new EFI BIOS of the forthcoming boards
Gigabyte ditches its traditional colours for Intel's new Sandy Bridge CPU - see what you think!
We explain why iSCSI might be the ideal way to add network storage to your PC.
Our first (of many) P55 motherboard reviews starts, as ever, with Asus' Deluxe. It's expensive and bridges an awkward middle ground between Republic of Gamers and lesser featured boards, but does it still command excellent Asus quality and must have features that makes it a must buy?
The first LGA1156 motherboards are just starting to trickle into the bit-tech labs. As we're still being held at bay with the performance numbers, we take a look at Asus' particularly striking P7P55 Deluxe to see what kind of features we can expect from the pending range.
Having a hard disk full of MP3s is all well and good if you only ever want to listen to your music when you're sat at your computer. Logitech's Squeezebox Boom is a 21st century stereo that can stream music from your PC and from the web. We crank it up to 11 to see how it sounds.
Nvidia's latest ForceWare drivers add Ambient Occlusion to the control panel, enabling you to see extra soft shadows in games such as Half-Life 2.
Intel's new, revolutionary CPU architecture has arrived and inevitably we take a deep dive into its workings and design to find what makes this tock, tick.
Intel continues its yearly launch of new chipsets with the P35, formerly named Bearlake. We take a first look at the Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi AP, and see if this chipset is a worthy evolution from the fantastic P965.
With Spider-Man 3 hitting cinemas worldwide this weekend, we take a look at the tie-in game on the PC and Wii. Is this another movie-game tie-in that's worth forgetting about, or is either version worth some serious play time? We have the answers here...
A legend before it even hits the shelves, GCS's S.T.A.L.K.E.R. goes on sale this week. Can it possibly live up to the hype and the myth behind its oft-delayed release? Can it take the FPS/RPG genre and do something worth playing?
The first of nine in the series, SiN Episodes: Emergence is a new breed of episodic content. Think Half-Life 2 but with large breasts and swearing. We test it on eight different graphics cards to test high-end and mid-range performance.