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King of the hill.
21 percent full-year growth.
Could finally replace lithium-ion.
15 times faster machine learning performance.
The problem has been identified and verified, but it's really nothing to get worked up about.
After a brief chat with VIA and its tablet, the company claims ARM is superior to X86.
How green are green products? We evaluate the benefits, or lack of them, in new "low power" and "energy efficient" hardware to see what makes the biggest difference to the power drawn from your wall socket.
Oops! Kingston leaks that a recent demo at IDF ran the Clarksdale CPU with DDR3 at just 1.35V to achieve its low wattage.
Corsair has achieved the holy grail and made a low cost liquid cooler, the Hydro H50, that actually does what it should: it provides very good cooling for your CPU, it doesn't sound like a hurricane and isn't ridiculously expensive. Does this spell the end of air cooling as we know it?
We've got one of the first ever mini-ITX Nvidia Ion motherboards direct from Zotac's Macau office. To our surprise, it's far more than just a dual core Atom N330 with Nvidia 9400M mGPU...
Are you after a multi-tasking mini-ITX board, but something that's low power and pretty cheap? Jetway's dual-core Atom is light on features but the Atom N330 doesn't cost much on this basic board. We see how it stacks up against the competition!
Interested in expanding your TV, film or media consumption to an all capable home theatre PC? Check out our latest buyer's guide to see what the bit-tech team recommends - from ultra tiny mini-ITX, to gaming HD behemoth!
Shuttle, the industry's renowned small form factor barebones specialist, has taken Intel's latest dual-core Atom CPU and used the mini-ITX form factor to create what seems like a match made in heaven. We put this teeny beast through the paces to see if it makes the perfect mini-PC.
This cute little 17cm square motherboard is absolutely jam-packed with features from PCI-Express to HDMI and High-Definition to 65W full AMD CPU support. Could this be the ultimate low power, ultra small form factor home theatre motherboard?
VIA has launches the new Nano processor, formerly codenamed Isaiah, as part of the new VIA EPIA-SN platform.
Nvidia's latest GeForce 8200 IGP is (finally) here and we take a look at a special little mini-ITX motherboard from Jetway to see if High-Definition capable things can really come in small packages.
With the demand for low-cost, fully web capable machines set to soar massively this year, could Windows XP be given another reprieve?
We've all heard of green PCs - but what about a green case? Claiming excellent noise reduction and an innovative thermal management system, the Silentium T2 Eco 80 is a case which seems to have it all - but appearances can be deceiving...
AMD has launched its new 780G integrated graphics chipset today which sees the beginning of a revolution. We take a closer look to see if it's any better than the already awesome AMD 690G.
Is your PC too noisy? Tried everything from low noise fans to silent PSUs and quiet hard drives and it's still not good enough? How about a foam kit to cover the inside of your case as well!
VIA's EPIA range goes from strength to strength and the latest upgrade to the EX provides a 1.5GHz CPU, DDR2, DVI and component output on-board, with frugal power requirements compared to anything else on the market. How does it stand up to the mighty AMD 690G chipset? We find out.
COMPUTEX 2007: OCZ shows bit-tech its low latency DDR3 Z3 modules, and also gets a lesson in DDR3 from one of the industry's top memory gurus.
Kingston has today announced that it is first to market with a new ultra low-latency kit that reaches the holy grail of DDR2-800 with 3-3-3 timings.
Hot on the heels of the Phenom announcement, AMD has just revealed a new mobile platform and CPU - currently known as Puma and Griffin. We delve into architectural detail to see what's new in these animals.
IDF SPRING 2007: Continuing Richard's slight obsession with everything DDR3, bit-tech grabbed a word with Corsair Co-founder, John Beekley about his thoughts on the upcoming product.