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This 165Hz 1440p screen sports G-Sync, a 1800R curve, and a wallet-busting price.
We travelled to Istanbul to see the cream of European overclockers in action.
The GTX 580 is the fastest GPU out there, but what happens if we push it even further?
We take a look at the few scarce details just emerged of what DDR4 might come to offer.
Oops! Kingston leaks that a recent demo at IDF ran the Clarksdale CPU with DDR3 at just 1.35V to achieve its low wattage.
MSI has a new feature on its upcoming P55 boards: the V-Kit allows the end user to check the real voltages while the board is running.
A CPU-Z screenshot showing AMD's Athlon II CPU emerges, suggesting that the new "Rana" core will have no Level 3 cache.
LCD monitor manufacturers have constantly pushed response times down with overdrive technology, which increases the voltage to force the liquid crystals to change colour states faster. Sadly, there are some side effects associated with this - we explain the cause and detail how to spot the problems yourself.
Antec's Signature is its definitive power supply, built on a idea of quality it's not cheap but it sports an 80 Plus Bronze efficiency, a semi-modular design and "hand certification." Are these the ingredients required to earn the bit-tech stamp of approval?
We take Intel's Core 2 Quad Q6600 for a spin on two motherboards to find out if it could be the next Athlon XP 2500+. Read on to find out how we got on...
Asetek has announced its all new WaterChill Xternal water cooling system. It features a software based control panel, allowing users to control the unit from the Windows desktop.
CeBIT 2006: Foxconn has reworked the circuitry that regulates the voltage supplied to the CPU - they're now using a digital PWM that is said to be more efficient, produce less heat and provide a cleaner current to the processor.
CES 2006: the MSI Geminium-Go! features two Go6600 MXM cards on one desktop PCI-E board in SLI. Even crazier is the idea that SLI is coming to a notebook near you.
This morning, AMD announce the fourth generation Athlon 64 FX: the FX-57. The chip is manufactured on a new 90nm process, using the San Diego core - Tim Smalley evaluates what the Athlon 64 FX-57 brings to bleeding edge gaming enthusiasts. Is the latest generation Athlon 64 FX worth buying? Read on to find out...
In the first part of our new series, we take you through the basics of electronics, starting the building block of PCs - electricity. We look at the basic formulae that govern voltage, current and resistence, and introduce you to our first project.