Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Despite a shaky beginning, Turtle Rock's cooperative shooter is a worthy successor to Left4Dead.
After years trapped in licensing hell, the classic action-RPG is back. But does it still hold up in the days of Dark Souls?
OCZ has bought the UK-based wing of SoC design company PLX.
ASRock showed off a bevy of boards last week, and filled in a few blanks about PCI-E 3.0 too.
PCI-E 3.0 and a bunch of other goodies in store for next-gen LGA1155 CPUs.
Two SandForce controllers and 1GB/sec of bandwidth should make for quick storage
We test Promise's budget Fastrak TX4650 PCI-Express four port SATA RAID card.
We review ECS' own cheap and cheerful mini-ITX H55 motherboard for Intel LGA1156 CPUs.
Promises to lower your ping and maintain your high frame rates when you're gaming online.
Can MSI's latest Socket AM3 motherboard live up to its excellent GD70 predecessor?
An image purporting to be a shot of an as-yet unannounced Gigabyte motherboard featuring seven PCI-E x16 slots has found its way onto the Internet.
Gigabyte is about to dip its toe into the SFF market and make its first serious mini-ITX board using the Intel H55 chipset.
Intel's next generation high-end workstation to replace the current X58 systems will have 4-channel DDR3, more PCI-E and arrives in Q3 2011.
COMPUTEX 09: EVGA claims it'll continue testing SATA 6Gbps and won't use it until it knows it's worthwhile.
OCZ announces that its PCI-E Z-Card SSDs have gone into production, with capacities of up to 1TB, although the 1TB model costs £2,640.34.
The Kworld PlusTV card could be the one stop solution for all our TV viewing needs, but first it has to survive our comprehensive reviewing course. Beware - Judge Judy within!
We grab Abit's Airpace WiFi card and take it through the motions to see if it can make wireless networking any less of a headache.
There is a suggestion that AMD are going to integrate the PCI Express controller on to their next generation processors.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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