Despite huge ambition, Medal of Honor's VR adventure fails to go beyond the Call of Duty.
Bustin' makes me feel good.
Bigger and more feature-rich than last year's 4000 Series.
One LGA1366 and one LGA2011 socket allows a perfect upgrade path, according to Asus
Gigabyte's new G1-branded board attempts to storm the top end of the X58 motherboard market.
Can Intel's new top-end CPU put Sandy Bridge in its place?
X58 never stopped being fast - we test Sapphire's new LGA1366 board for overclockers.
We get some hands-on time with Thermaltake's latest high-performance CPU cooler, the FrioOCK.
Asus looks to raise the LGA1366 stakes by revising its top-end offering.
We test and compare memory performance, scaling from 1,333MHz to 2,133MHz, to find the sweet spot.
Motherboard maker's website leaks details of upcoming LGA1366 CPU.
The cheapest X58 board we could find, at just £135, and it overclocks well too!
Military-grade components, a fancy paint job and a keen price make for a great board.
The i7-950 has crashed in price over the last month. Is this enough to make the i7-930 obsolete?
A great board for an affordable yet lightning fast Core i7 PC, but can it match the Gigabyte UD3R?
We see if the slightly tweaked second revision of the UD3R is still worth buying
Build your own supercomputer with two overclocked CPUs and up to seven graphics cards.
We get our hands on the update to our favourite micro-ATX motherboard
Want a 6-core CPU but can’t afford the i7-980X? How about an i7-970?
Intel is set to shake up its CPU line-up with new CPUs and price cuts
We get deeply techy and quiz Asus PMs about its new Ares graphics card and Immensity motherboard.
Scan manages to tame a GeForce GTX 480, and find room for a 4GHz Core i7-920 too
A Core i7 and Radeon HD 5870 gaming powerhouse, if you can handle the noise.
We take a look at a new micro-ATX board, a return to quad-SLI and a £1,000 graphics card.
Core i7-920s are still available, and are £50 cheaper than the i7-930 - which is the better buy?
December 11 2020 | 17:30
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