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Nvidia reasserts its performance crown yet again, but should premium buyers invest in unproven tech?
E3 2006: We have the details of pricing, launch titles, UK dates and the new controller. Things are ramping up...
ATI's soon to be launched Radeon X1900GT is already for sale at online retailers in the USA - retailers list specifications.
Sources inside Taiwanese motherboard makers have confirmed that AMD has moved its Socket AM2 launch date forwards by two weeks.
Asetek has announced its all new WaterChill Xternal water cooling system. It features a software based control panel, allowing users to control the unit from the Windows desktop.
It's April 18 - and HD-DVD players and films have finally hit the shelves (virtual and physical) of stores in the States. Have you got yours yet?
Following last week's launch of AGEIA's PhysX PPU, ASUS has announced they will be manufacturing a 256MB version. No one yet knows of the difference over BFG's 128MB PPU card.
Korean memory giant Samsung has unveiled the world's first 32GB flash hard drive in Taipei. It is faster, lighter, more durable and uses less power than existing mini hard drives. The only catch is the price.
NVIDIA appears to have done the same with the 7900 as it did with the 7800 GTX 512MB - put a few units into stock at launch, then have an utter lack of products for the following weeks. Tut tut.
CeBIT 2006: Sources inside motherboard makers suggest that ATI's next-generation South Bridge will be ready in time for the Socket AM2 launch in June.
NVIDIA has responded to ATI's X1900XTX by releasing the GeForce 7900 GTX today, sporting 512MB of memory and clock speeds up to 700 / 1800MHz. Also new today are the 7900 GT and mid-range 7600 GT. Details inside.
Watch out GeForce Go 7800 GTX! There's a new mobile GPU in town: the Mobility Radeon X1800 XT, and it means business. We take a peek under the hood of the latest rock gaming notebook to find out.
Reports suggest that NVIDIA's Quad-SLI graphics platform will shipping in systems from the 22nd March. Availability of the dual-GPU cards for end users is unconfirmed at the moment, but sources suggest that they'll be available in March.
Industry rumours suggest that Sony will be launching PlayStation 3 in September along with an online games service known as PlayStation HUB.
Word is that Sony might be showing PlayStation 3 at the Taipei Games Show next week. They're dedicating 20% of their booth to PS3, apparently.
Are you fed up of vapourware? Brett Thomas is distinctly cheesed off with products being launched and previewed, then failing to appear in the material realm. We like to call them 'Phantom' products. Geddit?
Is your AGP gaming rig struggling under the strain of recent games like F.E.A.R. and Quake 4? NVIDIA have today launched the fastest GPU available for AGP: the GeForce 7800 GS AGP.
The first Blu-Ray drives are coming into the UK - but only in PCs. Sony have plans to start adoption early - but will they get the rest of the machine appropriately decked out?
Finally they're here: iMacs and laptops launch with Intel Yonah processors. And lo, they were good.
CES 2006: Intel wheels out the Hollywood big guns, as Tom Hanks, Danny DeVito and Morgan Freeman pitch up to support the new PC initiative.
Toshiba says HD DVD copy protection isn't ready yet, and delays the launch of their players. Will this hand Blu-ray the advantage?
The Xbox 360 is finally here in the UK. We've spent some quality time with the console over the last week - here are our thoughts on the hardware, the games, the connectivity and the Xbox Live experience.
With the US launch of the Xbox 360 tomorrow, we've had a chance to go hands-on and get to grips with some of the platform's launch titles. We give you our initial impressions.
The Dreamcast nails it as the greatest console launch of all time, but Xbox 360 is on course to be almost as good, they suggest. Some great nostalgia...
Microsoft are taking the Xbox 360 to Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds and London, ahead of the console's worldwide launch.
Wednesday 12th October could be the day Apple unveil their latest must-have, rumoured to be called the iPod Video. Is it all smoke & mirrors by Apple CEO, Steve Jobs?
The X1800 XL, X1800 XT, X1600 XT and X1300 all launch today. Reviews are mixed, and availability is poor.
Microsoft has been talking about the games that are due for release in December, out at its showcase event in Amsterdam.
Chairman and CEO of Sony America, Sir Howard Stringer, has confirmed that the company plans to launch PlayStation 3 in Spring 2006, as expected. But will it be Japan-only or worldwide?
The PSP has launched in the UK and has had record sales in its first week in stores. We have the details.
As expected, Microsoft have just revealed launch pricing for Xbox 360, and we are pleasantly surprised to be able to bring good news, to UK gamers at least. Click for full details
As widely expected, today NVIDIA have unveiled the next card in the GeForce 7 series, the GeForce 7800 GT. Clocked at 400MHz / 1000MHz, is it capable of SLI, and has proved to be pretty quick.
In a move dumbfounding many, Sony are suing Hong Kong specialist exporter Lik-Sang.com for selling PSP handhelds to countries like the UK, where the official launch has been delayed by six months.
Trigger happy Walmart employees have hinted that Xbox 360 will launch at US$299.99, as widely expected. But what of UK pricing? And will Xbox 360 games cost more than Xbox titles?
Sony are hatching plans to foil Microsoft's launch of Xbox 360 this November by slashing the price of the slim, second generation PlayStation 2 to as little as £60 / $100.