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CPU & Mainboard | 8th March 2008
Asus gives their popular P5* series a makeover with a spangly new X48 chipset, but how does it hold up against its predecessors?
Memory | 27th February 2008
A new kid in the DDR3 market shows us what it's made of.
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Tom Logan | 15th April 2014
We bring you yet another epic custom prize competition and this time around you could get your hands on a one of Corsair 760T!
James Riley | 8th April 2014
We show your our latest custom system, which also has a spot on the Asus stand at iSeries!
James Riley | 1st April 2014
We give you a look at our latest office and show rig, the MSI Dragon Gaming Build!
GPU & Displays | 25th February 2008
Take 3 x XFX 8800 Ultra's, 1 x XFX 780i SLI motherboard, some 3D benchmarks and add a load of games....Tri SLI hits Overclock3D
Cases & Cooling | 24th February 2008
We take a look at Cooler Master's all-aluminium (well nearly) Cosmos S case
GPU & Displays | 21st February 2008
Will the 9600 GT be "The One" to dominate the mid range market, or are ATI going to be happy on an Nvidia launch day, for once?
CPU & Mainboard | 18th February 2008
Another 7 series board, this time the MSI P7N Platinum. Will it turn out to be just the budget SLI solution you've been waiting for? Take a look
Memory | 16th February 2008
Having been impessed with several of Cellshock's DDR2 based kits, it's finally time to put their latest DDR3 kit through its paces.
Tom Logan | 12th March 2014
Avexir are well known for their highly customised RAM sticks. We take a gander at some tailored to the MSI Gaming Dragon range.
Tom Logan | 11th March 2014
The latest line of Corsair peripherals is aimed at the more affordable end of the market, we take a look.
James Riley | 6th March 2014
MSI have released a new bare bones gaming system that is small but can pack an almighty punch, we show you whats what!
James Riley | 3rd March 2014
We have an exclusive look around the new MSI R9 290X Lightning Edition
James Riley | 28th February 2014
We take a quick look at MSI's take on the GTX 750 Ti. Powerful card that requires no extra power connections.
James Riley | 27th February 2014
We take a quick look at Asus' version of the ultra power efficient and high clocking GTX 750 Ti.