Intel teases 'Odyssey' graphics events
Hype building for 2020 dGPU launch.
Promises a 'direct pipeline' for modders.
Looking for a mid-priced, capacious case for a media PC? We check out the Grandia GD03, another box of brushed aluminium chique from the chaps at SilverStone, which features handy touches such hot-swappable hard disk bays and removable dust filters.
Intel's latest 32nm processors, codenamed Clarkdale, are the first to integrate a GPU. We take the new budget-sensitive Core i3-530 and Core i5-661 for a spin to see how they compare to previous CPUs - will a Core 2 Quad Q6600 still cut it, and has AMD got anything to fight back with? Read on to find out...
ViewSonic has launched the second Nvidia 3D Vision screen, capable of a 120Hz refresh rate to let you game in 3D. That is, stereoscopic 3D like what you get in the cinema - we've been 3D gaming since Wolfenstein 3D (or 3D Monser Maze, if you're pedantic). Read on to see whether the 3D revolution starts now!
Intel recently launched a new range of quad-core, Hyper-Threaded Core i7 processors for laptops. Kobalt Computers was first to get us a laptop to test for this preview of what Core i7 in a laptop can do. Read on to see whether a 1.6GHz CPU and a GeForce GTX 280M GPU can cut it.
Alienware has introduced its new chassis design with the M17x - it's all choppy angles and aluminium outer shell. The result is one of the most attractive gaming laptops we've seen yet. With a powerful dual-core CPU and GeForce GTX 260M graphics, is this the best gaming laptop ever?
Got a CPU cooler with a small fan? Is it noisy? If so, read our group test of 80mm and 92mm fans to see which is the best to mod onto your cooler. Or maybe you've got some small case fan mounts that could do with filling? Read on to see what with!
We've collected six supersized case fans (180mm to 225mm) to see which is best for that all-important side panel fan. Read on to see how Akasa, Antec and others fared in our rigorous airflow and noise testing!
We've collected 22 120mm fans and put them through rigorous noise and airflow tests to see which is the best. Read on to see how to keep your hardware cool while keeping the noise your PC makes to a minimum.
Eizo usually caters for image professionals, but the new Foris range is the company's first foray into entertainment screens. Expect high quality images, more features than you could possibly want, excellent build quality and probably a price to match!