Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part 2 Review
id Software give the Slayer a hellishly good sendoff.
This Swiss folktale drawn entirely in pencil is a must-play for any horror fan.
Ten Years On: Crysis 2
A decade on, how does it feel to Be The Weapon?
We pit a pair of air cooled heatsinks from Cooler Master against a new offering from Gigabyte
From 400 square foot to 2500 square foot, lots of new products, and the chance to win US$2500.
The popular MMPORPG "City of Heroes" today introduced Player vs Player contests.
A roundup of today's most exciting threads on our forums
The World Cyber Games at Cebit included a European Casemodding Exhibition this year. Hypercube creator Gert Swolfs reports on all the modding action
Computex is set to be video card announcements galore, the GPU wars begin, and we wonder who'll win this time around...
Today, ATI release their first consumer product with 512MB of video memory. We have already highly praised the Radeon X800 XL, and we discuss what this video card brings to the table.
A picture of the new-style controller for the Xbox 360 hits the web, whilst Bill Gates is making the press tour talking about the capacilities of the console.
Think you've got mad etching skillz? PuzzleBox creator Wolverine is back with another lesson in case etching.
The iMac line gets a speedbump, with faster processors and graphics cards.
It would appear that NVIDIA also has problems with widescreen resolutions and SLI too, as well as interlaced High-Definition resolutions across its entire range.
Technical details behind the new Lost Coast level surface on 3D technology forum. Two quality levels of HDR are expected, depending on the capabilities of your video card.
May 2nd saw AMD release new prices for the Socket 754 Semprons. Prices are down in the region of 5-10% across the Socket 754 range, Socket A prices remain relatively unchanged.
AverMedia send out a news shot hoping to clear up the TV Licensing laws for TV tuners. The whole thing is a bit of a muddle.
With the latest figures in from Mercury Research, ATI are left with just 30% of the current-generation.
Tim Smalley has a look at a budget video card from Club3D, based on XGI's XG42 GPU. This card is not one for the gamers, but could be the ideal video card for a Home Theatre PC system?
New revisions to the BIOS' of popular Gigabyte boards support the dual-core X2 Athlon 64 processor.
The new website for the latest Lara Croft title goes live, with new information about the technology behind the game. Screens and breakdown inside.
The folks at Ars Technica give the latest OS release the most thorough going over we've ever, ever seen. Simply incredible work.
With our forums now back up, we've found this little gem hidden away. If ever there was an example of lighting done right, this is it.
Users spot strange objects appearing all over the screen when using HDTV. US military denies that objects ever existed.
ATI confirm that R2xx cards won't be supported under Catalyst drivers for Windows XP x64.
Nvidia and ATI have been talking about their plans to kit out their high-end, and not-so-high-end graphics cards with an outrageous 512MB of memory.
March 26 2021 | 18:30
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