We try out one of EK's more budget-conscious kits.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Lack of stock of AMD's high-end Ryzen CPUs could be their undoing.
No fire risk, thankfully.
Twice the Type Cs of Apple's new MacBook.
MSI has loaned us its USB 3.1 prototype setup with two Intel SSDs in RAID
This micro-ATX chassis comes in at just £32 - can SilverStone maintain quality for so low a price?
With the lowest price in the Corsair case family, is the Spec-01 the ideal budget chassis?
Simply guess how many lanyards and pens are in the pile to be in with a chance of winning.
Ignore the USB 2 hard disk bargains - go for USB 3 instead
32 cores of dual CPU awesomeness, but are they worth the upgrade for workstation owners?
PCI-E 3.0 and a bunch of other goodies in store for next-gen LGA1155 CPUs.
MSI reveals its latest Big Bang motherboard using Intel's P67 chipset - the Marshal.
It's cheap, smart and has front-panel USB 3 ports, but is the ML03 a decent case?
Kingston has officially unveiled the HyperX MAX 3.0 range of USB-connected SSDs.
Speed up your flash drives: USB 3 Kingston Data Traveller 3 and ADATA N005 are tried and tested.
Gigabyte ditches its traditional colours for Intel's new Sandy Bridge CPU - see what you think!
For those who want the quality of a Mac Mini, but don't like the taste of Apple.
A dinky £80 board with SATA 6Gbps and USB 3 - is it budget perfection or bargain rejection?
A recent report claims Intel will announce at IDF that its Sandy Bridge chipsets will include USB 3.
Build your own supercomputer with two overclocked CPUs and up to seven graphics cards.
AMD's up-coming Hudson D1 laptop-oriented southbridge could include USB 3.0 support.
Seagate sets a new capacity record for hard drives with its FreeAgent GoFlex featuring a single 3TB disk.
Mini marvel with USB 3 and and amazing overclockability
While poking around the Computex show floor, we spotted some 6-core compatible mini-ITX motherboards.
October 16 2019 | 13:00
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