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At Computex, we learned that Nvidia and its partners were planning to lower the GeForce 8800 Ultra's price. We have a look at XFX's 8800 Ultra 650M Extreme, which comes complete with a price drop, to find out if the GeForce 8800 Ultra can actually represent good value for money...
COMPUTEX 2007: HIS is about to enter the power supply market with three different types of unit.
COMPUTEX 2007: 1000W, 2000W? When will we have enough? We talked to Thermaltake, Silverstone and BeQuiet about their latest products for power hungry boxes.
Today, we have a look at the first of a couple of pre-overclocked GeForce 8800 Ultras to grace our labs. There's no question that EVGA's e-GeForce 8800 Ultra Superclocked is one of the fastest cards we've ever tested, but is it worth buying?
Many manufacturers have started to use the term "Performance per Watt" in an effort to draw attention away from increasing power requirements. Tim Smalley thinks it's time these manufacturers started focusing on lower power consumption before this obsession gets out of hand.
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.
PSUs are one of the most essential but least understood components of any computer system. We thoroughly tested six 700W to 850W PSUs to discover exactly what you should let near your expensive components and the results proved somewhat surprising.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company has announced that its 55nm process technology is ready for use in large scale production runs.
Technology progression, particularly for graphics cards, is getting faster and faster - and the power supply outputs needed to run them are getting higher and higher. Brett Thomas is getting a little fed up with this computerised version of the space race - how about we make earth a little prettier?
We have a look at one of AMD's first 65 nanometre Brisbane processors. Does AMD's move to more advanced process technology change the landscape in the processor marketplace, or will Intel's Core 2 processors continue to rule the roost? Read on to find out...
Fed up of forgetting to recharge your phone before heading out? iPod always out of battery? MIT researchers say that a future of wireless power could be closer than we think.
David Dyak of Silicon Knights has made some interesting comments about the next-generation console war. Namely: will the PS3 actually be more powerful than the 360? He thinks not.
Gigabyte has announced quad-core support for its entire line of P965/G965 motherboards, including the incredible GA-965P-DQ6 we reviewed last week.
Walls too thick for wireless signal? Don't want to tear apart your house to install Cat5? Using these kits, you can run a network over your home power lines. Does it work, and how fast is it? We find out.
This week we check out a wireless streaming audio box, a USB TV tuner, graphics coolers and battery packs.
An industry analyst believes that Apple has chosen NVIDIA to be the new graphic chip provider for its next-generation iPod Video.
Happy to jive with Viiv? Or would you rather say hells-no to Centrino? Intel is launching another platform, this one intended for business users. Say hello to VPro.
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.
CES 2006: the MSI Geminium-Go! features two Go6600 MXM cards on one desktop PCI-E board in SLI. Even crazier is the idea that SLI is coming to a notebook near you.
IGN has been talking to developers about the new Nintendo console. They're cautiously optimistic, despite some underwhelming hardware.
LG Chem have completed development of a portable, methanol-powered fuel cell that can run a 25W notebook computer for over 10 hours.