Valve lets slip Steam.TV streaming site
"Internal test" goes live by mistake.
Could be ready for Nvidia's GeForce RTX.
Heading to Sony's machines next year.
With the interior gutted, it's time to start making the custom panels, starting with the back!
AMD could be set to leave behind high-end CPUs as it chases the APU market.
AMD has finally released Bulldozer – find out how well the new FX range performs.
Next-gen Bulldozer CPU sets new Guinness world record for overclock.
AMD's forthcoming Bulldozer-architecture, FX-branded CPUs based on the Zambezi design will ship soon.
AMD has announced the reintroduction of the FX brand for high-performance processors at E3.
Nvidia reveals that shifting PhysX to OpenCL is a possibility in the future, enabling owners of ATI cards to use PhysX too.
Designed by distinguished modder Ben Heck, the Audio FX is a USB headset that boasts 5.1 channel surround sound, bass boasting force feedback and TeamSpeak certification. Now, we find out if that translates into a decent headset or just a fleet of empty promises.
Phenom may not be here quite yet, but MSI is already lining up its 790FX board: the K9A2 Platinum. It supports QuadFire and AM2+.
Last week, we had the chance to sit down with Roy Taylor, Nvidia's Vice President of Content Relations. We talked about the The Way It's Meant To Be Played developer relations programme, DirectX 10 and some of the games coming out very soon.
Sources at Taiwanese motherboard manufacturers suggest that AMD's long-awaited Phenom processors may launch as early as November. There will be four models initially, with another seven following in 1Q08. Details inside.
At an event in California, AMD has demonstrated its upcoming Barcelona CPUs and R600 GPUs, as well as 45nm wafers for the first time.
Keyboards, headphones, joysticks, steering wheels and flight rudder pedals will go under the bit-tech microscope today as we take a look at Saitek, Everglide, Logitech and Microsoft's gaming peripheral offerings.
Today, Intel has announced its first quad-core desktop processor, based on the Kentsfield core. We put the all-new Core 2 Extreme QX6700 to the test to find out whether four is better than two.
Sapphire is normally known for its awesome ATI video cards, but it has expanded into making enthusiast-class motherboards. We have a look at the company's latest board, the PURE CrossFire PC-AM2RD580 and find out whether it's worth your money. Read on to find out how we got on with it.
AMD has slashed the prices on its processors today in a move to remain competitive with Intel's recently-released Core 2 Duo processors.
Rumours about AMD's upcoming price drops appear to be true, as documents sent to distributors detailing the price drops pop up on the web.
Today, we have a look at the ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe WiFi Edition motherboard. It's another fantastic looking board from ASUS, but looks aren't everything - does it perform as well as it looks? We have the answers right here...
AMD's Damon Muzny has confirmed that the chip maker is set to simplify its product lineup over the next couple of months by removing all 1MB L2 cache chips from its product stack.
AMD's 4x4 platform puts two Athlon FX processors in a motherboard, rather than just one. Is this the pre-emptive reply to the imminent launch of Conroe?
Tom's Hardware has taken Intel's entry-level dual core Pentium D 805 chip past the performance of both the AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 and the Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 965 with a more-than-affordable cooling solution...
This morning, AMD announces its latest FX-series processor: the Athlon 64 FX-60. Unlike previous Athlon 64 FXs, this one is a dual core processor based on the excellent Athlon 64 X2. Read on to find out how it performs...
This morning, AMD announce the fourth generation Athlon 64 FX: the FX-57. The chip is manufactured on a new 90nm process, using the San Diego core - Tim Smalley evaluates what the Athlon 64 FX-57 brings to bleeding edge gaming enthusiasts. Is the latest generation Athlon 64 FX worth buying? Read on to find out...
We collect our thoughts, together with NVIDIA and its partner's thoughts, in an editorial that looks at the raw deal that some buyers might be getting if they choose to buy one card now, and another later. We also sum up our conclusions from the week of SLI coverage.
We look at how far SLI is limited by your CPU speed. We match up a pair of 6800GTs with bleeding-edge, mid-range and low-end processors to see how real-world gaming performance scales.