Asus shows off ROG Strix RTX 2080
Amazon pushes users to Twitch Turbo.
Power drain fix due early 2016.
We've learnt Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge CPUs might have some serious OC issues.
In the first of a regular series of articles looking at the giants of the tech industry, we focus on Nvidia - it's had a torrid time over the past 18 months, but in the past, it's always come back stronger when under pressure, so what does the future hold this time for Nvidia?
COMPUTEX 09: Sources close to AMD and Nvidia have revealed that TSMC has 'fixed' the horrendous yield issues it has with its 40nm process technology.
COMPUTEX 09: RV740 yields are apparently down the toilet and it’s causing headaches for all parties involved.
LCD monitor manufacturers have constantly pushed response times down with overdrive technology, which increases the voltage to force the liquid crystals to change colour states faster. Sadly, there are some side effects associated with this - we explain the cause and detail how to spot the problems yourself.
Google surprised just about all of us in the bit-tech office when it announced Chrome - its first foray into the browser market. Tim Smalley has been playing around with the first beta for a few days and has some thoughts on the browser's direction.
Sometimes, things seem like such a good idea - like the HFX Mini HTPC case (and kit). But are they? Resident modder Robin Paijmans gives his first-hand account of whether this case is dream or disaster.
Research firm Gartner has said that Microsoft's Windows operating system will collapse under its own weight if changes aren't made. This is bound to be controversial.
IDF SPRING 08: Intel's 45nm Yorkfield desktop processors are still not as widely available as they should be. We have some answers... kinda.
Nvidia has launched its GeForce 9800 GX2 graphics card today - we have a look at XFX's model to see whether Nvidia can make a dual-GPU card that everyone wants to own. Read on to find out whether it delivers...
MSI appears to have problems with its K9A2 CF - it is now not supported with 125W CPUs like the AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ and 6400+.
CES 2008: Lian Li is looking for ways to branch out this year and it could have hit gold with this Xbox 360 replacement enclosure.
It looks like Microsoft will compensate Xbox Live Gold members after the network issues that many members had over the festive period.
Owners of the PS3 version of Assassin's Creed are finding bugs galore, according to reports.
On Friday, Nvidia pulled the 162.15 driver from its nZone portal after a number of complaints from end users.
Police have issued a warning to UK retailers that there may be trouble at Friday's PS3 launch
AMD's upcoming and eagerly anticipated R600 graphics processor has been delayed until the second quarter.
A week after Vista's release, there's no stable driver for gamers looking to run an 8800 on the new OS. There's no sign of one forthcoming either - we look at the 8800 / Vista gaming problems.
The University of South Carolina is one of the worst colleges for piracy in the US, as the RIAA sent the institution over 900 copyright infringement notices last year.
The latest round of leaked emails from Microsoft has revealed that the software giant has put Windows Vista Service Pack 1 on fast track.
There have been some well-documented and widely experienced problems with NVIDIA's nForce 680i SLI reference motherboard. The company claims that the latest BIOS revision fixes the problems that many end users have had. Hopefully it fixes ours, too...
It appears that Zune isn't compatible with Microsoft at the moment. Is this really as big a blunder as everyone thinks it is?
The Abit KN9 SLI is based on NVIDIA's nForce 570 SLI chipset for AMD's AM2 processors. There are a lot of good AM2 motherboards out there, does this one join the elite ranks? We dive in to find out...
Availability isn't quite as good as it could be, but it's not as bad as we first thought. The situation tells us that NVIDIA's partners are selling the cards by the bucket load, or NVIDIA is having yield issues with G71...
At IDF today, Intel has been talking about how DTCP-IP, a standard it is promoting, will enable the next generation of digital content in the home. In this analysis piece, Wil Harris explains why Intel's strategy for content protection is flawed, and why DRM will result in a bad experience for people like us.
First-generation DVD drives required the operating system to enforce region coding, which caused a number of problems with newer DVD drives. Microsoft will remove these problems in Windows Vista by dropping support for the older drives.