Makes no mention of the Rewind project.
This £250 headset and DAC combo brings high-fidelity audio to gaming in a superb way.
We chat with Cooler Master about its future and also get hands-on with the latest HAF
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.
AMD updates its Deneb core on its fastest Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition, and claims the C3 can overclock more, yield faster DDR3 memory and has even fixed the performance bug with its sleep states. Does it make a difference? We put the claims to the test.
One of AMD's cheapest quad cores to date is a further evolution of the Athlon brand: the Athlon II X4 630 and 620. Without cache we check to see how it performs against Intel alternatives for the same money, if cache makes a difference and if it overclocks better.
Asus latest BIOS' on all AMD motherboards featuring ACC now has better support for Phenom II X2 core unlocking
The cheapest quad core CPU to hit the market means potentially good sales for AMD, but is it selling itself short?
Because of its vastly different architecture, how does Lynnfield compare to its Core i7 and Core 2 Quad brothers when it comes to PCI-Express performance and gaming? We setup a scientific test and got our game on, to find out.
COMPUTEX 09: We've had multiple confirmations that Intel's next generation platform will be available to buy from Sept 1st.
Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 requires hardware virtualisation, which isn't supported by some Core 2 Duo and Quad CPUs.
AMD's bottom-end Phenom X3 710 can reportedly have it's fourth core unlocked to give you a dirt cheap quad-core CPU.
We're back with a full, unrestricted and in-depth review of the new Nvidia GeForce GTX 295. We also test Quad SLI for the third time, comparing it against quad CrossFire to see if the ultra-high end has a new performance leader. Read on to find out what happened next...
AMD's 45nm consumer CPUs are finally here: the Phenom II X4 940 and 920 are the latest quad cores with bigger cache, more MHz, more overclocking potential and yet, still AM2+ with inexpensive DDR2! Does Intel finally have some worthy competition?
Over the past few days, we've been playing around with Nvidia's next high-end graphics card, the GeForce GTX 295. We have an early look at how it performs ahead of its launch at CES in January.
Gigabyte has primed its GA-EP45-UD3R Ultra Durable 3 motherboard for some hefty overclocking and claims serious DDR2 memory performance. Naturally curiosity got the better of us so we had to check it out!
With everything else tested, we put our math cap on and cracked out the calculators to work out which platform is the best punt for your pound. Does the supreme Core i7 performance warrant the extra cost it demands? Read on to find out!
From top to bottom we review and compare the latest processors in Intel's performance line-up and stack all three up against the previous generation from both Intel and AMD to find out where exactly the improvements lie and if they are worth your money.
Intel's new, revolutionary CPU architecture has arrived and inevitably we take a deep dive into its workings and design to find what makes this tock, tick.
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.
Chip manufacturer Intel is advising developers to concentrate on coding for scalability, believing the future of computing lies in hundreds and thousands of processing cores.
Asus is a company that likes to innovate and its EAH3870 X2 1GB is a great example of innovation. We find out how the Radeon HD 3870 X2 has changed over the last few months - does it still have a place in the market now that Nvidia has released the GeForce 9800 series?
Intel has announced another slew of price cuts on its processors in order to keep the pressure on AMD. Quad-core processors are starting to look even more attractive than ever before.
"End of July" for the Q9450, says Scan, as general availability is dire for these new chips.
The highly anticipated Phenom B3 stepping processors are here with slightly faster clocks and no TLB erratum. How does the new stepping overclock? How does it compare to other CPUs around the same price? We dive in to find out.
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 ultra powerful, ultra expensive "enthusiast" DDR3 chipset - nForce 790i Ultra SLI is here! We dive into the technology behind it in this first look to see what all the fuss is about.
In a recent interview, Tim Sweeney has blasted the hardware industry on a number of fronts. He thinks gamers are being shortchanged.
CeBIT 2008: Intel talks to bit-tech and details its next generation 4-series, Eagle Lake chipsets which should arrive in May.
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.
When your name is Intel and you're already winning the performance race, why stop there? The QX9770 has faster... everything. It uses an updated 1,600MHz front side bus, four 3.2GHz cores, a total of 12MB of L2 cache and it's a 45nm monster!
On one hand Intel offers an ultra low power, ultra tiny 45nm single core processor, on the other a 2Bn transistor quad core behemoth with 30MB of on-die cache!
The original Striker was arguably the most popular motherboard in the Asus RoG series and now it gets a brother - the Striker II. It's based on the new Nvidia nForce 780i SLI chipset and has many tweaked features - we check it out to see what's changed.
Abit loads its IX38 QuadGT with digital power regulation, fancy looks and buttons and an awesome BIOS, but has the silicon enhancement worked out well? Let's find out...
A report on DailyTech has suggested that there is more to AMD's tri-core Phenom processors than you would have first thought...
Eight cores, tri-channel DDR3, lots of cache and an IGP - it's all happening for Nehalem it seems. But if you want SLI, Intel might make you pay more...
We've been digging for a little while now as rumours have been circling suggesting that existing Nvidia nForce 680i SLI boards likely won't support Intel's latest 45nm processors.
Intel's first 45nm desktop CPU from the Penryn family launches in the middle of next month. Today, we have a look at the new Core 2 Extreme QX9650 with side-by-side performance comparisons against a range of dual and quad-core CPUs in an x86-64 environment.
Phenom may not be here quite yet, but MSI is already lining up its 790FX board: the K9A2 Platinum. It supports QuadFire and AM2+.