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4 Gigabyte EP45-DS3P (P45) DDR2 Motherboard

Gigabyte EP45-DS3P (P45) DDR2 Motherboard

CPU & Mainboard | 12th August 2008

Can Gigabytes entry level motherboard keep pace with the cream of P45 releases we have reviewed recently? We test the EP45-DS3P to find out.

14 ASUS Rampage Extreme Motherboard

ASUS Rampage Extreme Motherboard

CPU & Mainboard | 10th August 2008

Will the X48 based Rampage Extreme be the daddy of all overclocking motherboards?

10 iiyama Prolite E2403WS 24" TFT

iiyama Prolite E2403WS 24" TFT

GPU & Displays | 7th August 2008

Can you really pick up a half decent 24" gaming TFT for £250? We find out as we take a look at iiyama's latest Prolite E2403WS screen.

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7 i-mate X-Stream Media Hub

i-mate X-Stream Media Hub

Matthew Fogg | 19th February 2007

i-mate's new soon to be released X-Stream Media Hub looks promising. Read on to find out more...

0 Albatron Nano Abox V2.0 Mini-PC

Albatron Nano Abox V2.0 Mini-PC

Matthew Fogg | 19th February 2007

Albatron is planning to showcase its new Nano Abox V2.0 Mini-PC for literal computing on the go at CeBit. Read on to find out more.

5 Plextor's New Pocket-Sized DVD Burner

Plextor's New Pocket-Sized DVD Burner

Matthew Fogg | 16th February 2007

Plextor today announced the availability of a new compact DVD burner to date. The PX-608CU is less than 16 millimeters thick and weighs about 0.5 pounds.

5 GECUBE AGP 8X RX1950XT X Series OverDrive

GECUBE AGP 8X RX1950XT X Series OverDrive

Matthew Fogg | 16th February 2007

GeCube has launched an ATI Radeon X1950XTX series graphics card which includes 256MB GDDR3 memory and GeCube's X-Turbo fan with built-in Thermo Electric Chip (TEC), and temperature-controlled devices.

31 OCZ SSD 64GB 'Core series'  Solid State Disk

OCZ SSD 64GB 'Core series' Solid State Disk

Storage | 5th August 2008

Can OCZ's latest SSD incarnation tempt you away from conventional drives? We put the Solid State Drive through it's paces in our latest storage review.

8 Sapphire HD4870 512mb DDR5

Sapphire HD4870 512mb DDR5

GPU & Displays | 1st August 2008

We take the Sapphire HD4870 512mb GDDR5 for a ride and pitch it up against its nearest rivals. In the latest review of ATI's flagship model.

9 YoYoTech Intel Spartan 300 Gaming System

YoYoTech Intel Spartan 300 Gaming System

Systems | 30th July 2008

How far can YoYoTech make £500 stretch into building a mid-range gaming rig? We find out as we review their latest Spartan 300 Gaming PC.

13 Immortal Gaming Review

Immortal Gaming Review

Software | 30th July 2008

Overclock3D checks out Immortal Gaming's service with a store review

15 PowerColor HD4870 512MB PCI-E

PowerColor HD4870 512MB PCI-E

GPU & Displays | 24th July 2008

High performance without the high price tag? We take a look at PowerColor's HD4870 to see how it fairs against the green teams GTX260.

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8 Nvidia 8600 Series 2Q Launch

Nvidia 8600 Series 2Q Launch

Matthew Fogg | 16th February 2007

Nvidia is preparing to launch a series of GeForce 8600 cards in the middled of the second quarter 2007 to help satisfy the increasing demand for DirectX 10 supporting graphics cards caused by Windows Vista.

3 Hitachi's RFID Powder

Hitachi's RFID Powder

Matthew Fogg | 15th February 2007

RFID keeps getting smaller. Check out the news article to find out more.

1 15.4-inch MacBooks To Ship In 2Q 07

15.4-inch MacBooks To Ship In 2Q 07

Matthew Fogg | 15th February 2007

Apple is planning to introduce 15.4-inch MacBooks in the second quarter of 2007. Read on to find out more...

6 Kingston Technology Launches microSD Dual Adapter Pack

Kingston Technology Launches microSD Dual Adapter Pack

Matt Kemp | 15th February 2007

Kingston Technology has launched a microSD Dual Adapter pack aimed at  maximising ease-of-use and flexibility for Mobile Flash Cards

1 IBM's eDRAM May Reduce Future CPU Bottleneck

IBM's eDRAM May Reduce Future CPU Bottleneck

Matthew Fogg | 15th February 2007

IBM has found a way to allow memory to deliver data closer to the rate at which processors request it by replacing embedded SRAM in computer chips with a new kind of DRAM developed specifically for use in microprocessors.

2 Linux To Receive Virtualisation Technology?

Linux To Receive Virtualisation Technology?

Matthew Fogg | 15th February 2007

KVM, a new virtualization technology that lets Linux computers run multiple operating systems simultaneously, has won a significant endorsement from Red Hat. Read on to find out more...

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