We check out Alphacool's monstrous new liquid-cooler.
How does this GTX 1660 Ti stack up at £260?
AMD pushing the envelope of its x86 licence.
Investors positive, though.
Earnings hit by slowing PC sales.
The internet is currently awash with rumours that Sandy Bridge-E processors will ship without coolers
GlobalFoundries discusses its roadmap, including a move to 3D transistors and gate-last production.
Llano looks set to offer competitive graphics performance and power consumption figures.
COMPUTEX 09: AMD launches the new Phenom II 550 Black Edition and 45nm Athlon X2 for very little money.
Jon Peddie Research predicts that motherboards chipsets with integrated graphics will have a market share of just one percent by 2013
Intel has demonstrated the world's first 32nm processors and announed massive plans for its latest process technology.
AMD is still rating its CPUs with ACP "average" power consumption, instead of a "total" power limit and claims its own TDP values can't be compared to Intel's - but why?
Within hours of Intel cutting its processor prices, AMD has responded by trimming the prices for its new 45nm Phenom II CPUs.
Instead of the four number naming we have now, AMD might go to three numbers with Deneb instead of the originally proposed five.
Zotac's GeForce GTX 260 AMP²! Edition is a pumped up version of Nvidia's GeForce GTX 260+, which features 216 stream processors. We have a look at how the card performs against the competition to find out where the best value lies.
Intel has quietly introduced three new processors to its lineup that are designed to target different segments of the market.
IDF FALL 2008: Dadi Perlmutter announces imminent availability of mobile quad-core processors based on the Penryn architecture.
IDF FALL 2008: We've got the skinnies on the various Nehalem derivatives that'll be released over the next six-or-so months.
Comments by AMD CEO Dirk Meyer and CFO Bob Rivet lead to rumours that the company is planning to spin-off its manufacturing ability into a wholly separate company.
IDF SPRING 08: We're out in Shanghai, where Intel will spend a lot of this week's Developer Forum talking about its Atom processors.
Dell has decided to make most of its AMD-powered machines only available in Dell's retail partner stores - no more online love for AMD?
South Carolina-based start-up Nextreme Incorporated is trialling a technology that uses on-chip micro-miniaturised Peltier coolers to target hotspots and, amazingly, generate electricity.
Nvidia is gearing up to launch another GeForce 8800 graphics card—the GeForce 8800 GS 384MB—in the very near future if rumours are true.
IBM is developing a technology that will use light to replace some of the electrical circuits in CPUs.
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