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King of the hill.
21 percent full-year growth.
Could finally replace lithium-ion.
15 times faster machine learning performance.
Xeon and Core products coming in 2019.
SMT again proving a security nightmare.
Not restricted to older parts.
2015 and older systems will take a big hit.
Continues with the metallic theme.
No sign of Bronze or Platinum, though.
Intel Optane memory claims to speed up HDD-only systems. Can this £700 PC prove it?
Intel- or AMD-powered, your choice.
Still no official announcement, though.
This £800 Ultrabook has a 1080p IPS display, Core i5 CPU, 16GB DDR4, and a 256GB SSD.
Won't be going to AMD, though.
Cuts a few corners, though.
This 15.6" laptop sports a GTX 1050 Ti 4GB and a Core i7-7700HQ for just over £1,000.
Disable now then check for UEFI updates.
Just don't call it a Surface Pro 5.
Gigabyte looks to undercut Asus in the premium mini-ITX motherboard space.
This slim 15.6" laptop has exceptionally thin bezels and some seriously nice hardware inside.
There's been plenty of new hardware in the last few months - how does it affect our recommendations?
Boosts battery life up to 11 percent.
Lock-out more marketing than tech.
If you're after a cheap, overclockable mini-ITX Z270 motherboard, this is essential reading.
MSI goes big on aesthetics and small on price with its latest additions to the Tomahawk range.
15 percent performance boost claimed.
The Formula has been a high-end favourite for a decade - how does the 9th version fare?
We put MSI's mini-ITX Z270 offering through its paces.
The budget-conscious Gigabyte Z270-Gaming-K3 is the cheapest Z270 board we've tested yet.
With a green case, green LEDs and green cables, The PC Customiser is nothing if not consistent.
We're standing by our reasoning for dishing out an award to the Core i3-7350K - here's why.
We take a look at what is now the cheapest ROG Maximus board.
MSI brings Titanium to Z270, but how much does it cost?
Drops ECC support, though.
Two years later than planned.
Intel has unlocked a Core i3, but can this £180 CPU pull its weight?
Overclockers UK has sent us its first Z270 system, sporting a Core i5-7600K and CrossFire RX 480s.