Review PowerColor Radeon RX 590 Red Devil Review
Is this the best sub-£300 card now?
Is this the best sub-£300 card now?
Xeon and Core products coming in 2019.
Xe to be used for discrete parts in 2020.
CeBIT 2006: Our intrepid reporters have been trekking around the massive show floor to find some of the weird and wonderful gadgets that are on display. Inside: flashy speakers and USB earrings.
CeBIT 2006: ABIT showed us several new motherboards that are coming to market soon. The AM2 based KN9 SLI stood out above the rest. Read on to find out why...
Enlight has named this the Extreme Gamers PC Case. We put it under the microscope to find out what is so extreme about it and whether it really does appeal to gamers.
Quick 'n' dirty: this Lego mod is one of the simplest (and most cunning) that we've seen in quite a while. Breathtaking? No. Incredibly funky? Hell yeah.
Proving that big can also be beautiful, the Silverstone LC16M is a fully featured HTPC case capable of storing up to three terabytes of data. It takes a standard ATX motherboard, so you can use existing desktop hardware.
Cooler Master have a long heritage in making premium aluminium cases to die for. We examine their latest Stacker, the CMStacker 830, to find out whether the magic is still there. To give you a hint, it's a corker!
This week, a pint-sized edition: lots of teeny tiny gizmos for you to lust after. Including, but not limited to, a Swiss Army knife MP3 player, a USB digital TV receiver and a funky USB drive with built-in Firefox.
Looking for a headset and mic combo to suit your gaming needs? This Plantronics headset operates over USB for easy configuration and has a very high quality microphone for in-game communication and VoIP applications. How does it measure up? We sit through hours of Counter-Strike to tell you. It's a hard life.
Looking for a stylish, silent case with shedloads of storage? The Antec P180 might just be up your alley: 11 drive bays, noise damping panels and a trio of low-noise 120mm fans. Perfect for a home media server.
CES 2006: We take a look at a 500GB hard drive that connects to the computer wirelessly, at full USB 2.0 speeds. Awesome!
CES 2006: We go hunting for the coolest innovations in media at the show. Lightscribe, Blu-Ray and flash inside.
CES 2006: C-Media are showing off a cool wireless streaming audio device, as well as a voice-chat aggregator and USB phone.
A report in a Taiwanese newspaper suggests that Intel has signed a licensing agreement with Taiwanese audio codec specialist C-Media. Details of the agreement are light at the moment.
Bored with the sexy, classic, brushed-aluminium looks of your Shuttle? Drag it into the gutter for an entirely different kind of sexiness with an adult-anime cover we call the XXXPC.
Desperate to turn your telephone pad scrawls into a stunning desktop wallpaper, but think a graphics tablet is out of your budget? Maybe the Genius MousePen is for you.
Weeks before it hits the shelves, a bunch of llamas have modded the Xbox 360 controller to change the colour of the LED inside. Is there nothing this iconic animal can't do?
Matrix Orbital have got a new display which uses PLED rather than VFD. The technology gives a brighter and clearer display. But has Matrix Orbital kept pace with changing times in the modding world?
Shuttle has created a fully loaded HTPC called the XPC Media Center. Dual TV tuners, FM radio, 250GB hard drive, wireless networking, 7.1 surround sound... it has everything you could want. Details & photos inside.
Not content with creating a dedicated remote control for Media Center, Microsoft have a new keyboard that also integrates a mouse and remote control functions, designed for use in your living room. Is it any good? We find out.
Peripheral makers for the Xbox 360 will have to pay a levy to Microsoft to allow console compatibility. How will this affect gamers?
Given technology is designed to make our lives easier, how often do you sit there pleading for something inanimate to work?
Want to colour-coordinate your memory with the rest of your rig? We've got just the thing for you.
Only in Japan: Sun Alliance have launched a range of Thumb Drives that are shaped literally like thumbs. Various sushi-shaped models are also available.
Promoters group declares that the wireless USB spec has been completed; Now in the hands of the Implementers.
Not all mods have to be expensive: MetkuMods shows you how to make a stylish USB pen drive with their FlashPEZ project
The Icy Box USB 2.0 External Drive is more than just a portable hard drive enclosure... it's got blue LEDs too!
Chris Newman checked out the Logitech Premium USB 300 headset and tests if it is any good for gaming