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King of the hill.
21 percent full-year growth.
Could finally replace lithium-ion.
15 times faster machine learning performance.
Enermax has launched a replacement for the ageing Liberty and Noisetaker II - say hello to the 82+ series. The non-modular Pro 82+ claims a consistent power efficiency of... wait for it... more than 82 percent. Let's find out how it gets on.
HIS is a company that is renowned for its innovative take on ATI's graphics cards - the company has often taken an average card and made it into a good card. Today we have a look at its Radeon HD 3850 IceQ 3 TurboX 512MB to see if it can turn a great card into a must-buy.
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.
UPDATED: Corsair has announced new additions to its power supply, DDR2 and DDR3 product lines ahead of CeBIT next week.
Thermaltake introduces a new QFan to its Toughpower range, adding this new 14cm "silent" performer to modular connectivity and a five year warranty. Is it enough to tempt you away from everyone else in the busy mainstream market?
Energy Efficiency seems to be the industry buzzword for 2008 and Gigabyte has completely relaunched its P35 motherboard range with that in mind. We look at its mainstream GA-EP35-DS4 model to see if it's a fuss worth making.
Nvidia has announced the GeForce 9600 GT today. Based on the G94 GPU, it's designed to hit a mainstream pricepoint of around £120 - will the retailers meet that price and, more importantly, will it perform well enough against some stiff competition? Read on to find out.
Corsair has expanded its popular PSU range with a high-end 750W model that fits into the new TX-series. It's made by a different OEM to the HX-series' everyone is so fond of, so has Corsair managed to eke out the same level of quality? Let's find out...
Fuel-cell start-up Angstrom Power has demoed a modified Motorola handset running on a hydrogen-based fuel cell that is charged using standard tap water.
PowerColor decided to throw the Radeon HD 3850's reference design out of the window when it came up with its HD 3850 Xtreme PCS 512MB graphics card. Is a decent factory overclock, a new cooler and an interesting display output choice enough to win us over? Let's find out...
AMD has launched its first high-end graphics card since the Radeon X1950 XTX. We put the Radeon HD 3870 X2 through its paces in six of today's hottest games to find out if AMD is once again competitive at the high end.
In the run up to Christmas, we treated you with several chances to win some kit for your PCs - one of which was sponsored by the guys at Corsair...
After spending most of Friday afternoon talking with several Nvidia representatives about its Hybrid SLI technology, we're back again today to add some more insight into it. We've got more information on display support, the mGPU and some future considerations.
On the morning of CES, Nvidia announced its Hybrid SLI technology. Rather than rushing out a quick article, we decided to spend time doing some real analysis of what was discussed. Read on to find out how this exciting technology is shaping up.
CES 2008: Sapphire showed us how it plans to keep those of you on the trailing edge of the graphics industry as close to the bleeding edge as possible.
Things are still rolling along nicely for our Mod of the Year competition, and for our sixth winner we've got some more kit from OCZ Technology to give away.
CES 2008: Cyberlink is due to expand its online services and launch new features in 2008. We've got the details inside...
Give away number five today for our voters - and on the cards is a power supply we've previously recommended - The PC Power and Cooling 750W. Click to see who's won!
We have teamed up with Corsair to give away five TX750W power supplies over the festive period. Check inside for details on how to enter... and before you ask, this one is worldwide!
Stanford University researchers unveil a new nanotechnology that could herald the dawn of twenty-hour laptop batteries.
Solar power specialists Nanosolar have announced mass-production of cheap-ish panels, and if you're desperate you can even get one on eBay.
In the second part of this series on PC memory technology, Ryan investigates the secrets behind mobile DDR and self-refreshing technologies, power down modes and chip packaging technologies.
We looked at the Enermax Infiniti 720W a while back and loved it, but perhaps you don't want that much power and don't want to spend quite as much? Does the Infiniti 650W make for a better purchase? Read on find out.
Jumping on Nvidia's "monitor everything" bandwagon, Tagan has launched its BZ range of PSUs that are ESA compatible.
Zalman reinvents the fan controller - transforming it from something boring and unappealing into a sleek, multifunctional panel with a cool looking LCD display. But what if it's all bling and no follow through?
Ultra X3s are shiny, totally modular and ooze coolness factor. We take a look at the mainstream 600W and enthusiast 1,000W models to see if the insides are as good as the outsides.
The Australian national science agency have displayed preliminary plans for a jacket capable of generating and storing power to run mobile devices from the body’s movement.
Sony has confirmed that its new 40GB PlayStation 3 model still uses a 90nm Cell processor after rumours suggested that it might be using a 65nm chip.
Today, Nvidia and several big names in the PC industry have announced Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA), an open and royalty-free standard for real-time monitoring and control for power supplies, cases and water cooling systems.
IDF FALL 07: Pat Gelsinger announces the formation of the USB 3.0 promoters' group. Specification will be finalised in 1H08.
Renowned as one of the best Power Supply manufacturers on the planet, PC Power & Cooling (or PCPC) sent us some 750W CrossFire and SLI models to test and confirm if they really do deserve this status.
HKEPC has managed to get its hands on a low-end 45nm Wolfdale processor and has revealed some interesting info on the upcoming Penryn processor family.
So you want a PSU that can run a high end system, but your case overheats, is too small or you want something really, really quiet? We may have finally found what you're looking for.
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.
AMD's upcoming Barcelona processors will launch at 2.0GHz and, more interestingly, will compete with Intel’s 2.33GHz Xeon 5345 CPU.
Sources close to AMD have suggested that the company's future 45nm socket AM3 CPUs will work in current socket AM2 motherboards.
Those with mighty power requirements need an equally mighty power supply. After spending thousands of your hard earned cash on some high end components, surely you want to top it of with a PSU that'll stand up to the task? We check out six units rated between 900W and 1100W.
XFX is another Nvidia graphics board partner that has joined the motherboard market with an enthusiast-orientated nForce 680i SLI motherboard. We check it out to see if it's worth buying instead of the Inno3D and EVGA boards already on the market.
Apparently it's the fans that use up most of the power, not the 200W graphics cards. We've been barking up the wrong tree, so to speak.