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4 G.Skill Ripjaws 4 3200MHz DDR4 memory Review

G.Skill Ripjaws 4 3200MHz DDR4 memory Review

Memory | 13th February 2015

As DDR4 begins to come in at the top end of the market we take a look at the blistering G.Skill Ripjaws 4 kit.

32 Corsair H110i GT Review

Corsair H110i GT Review

Cases & Cooling | 10th February 2015

Let's take a look at the Brand Spanking new Corsair H110i GT. A 280mm rad based AIO with Giant killing potential. Have we been waiting a while for this or what?

8 MSI GTX980 Gaming Review

MSI GTX980 Gaming Review

GPU & Displays | 2nd February 2015

Next in the long line of Maxwell-based graphics cards is the range topping GTX980 Gaming from MSI.

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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.

3 SilverStone Precision PS11B-Q PS11 Review

SilverStone Precision PS11B-Q PS11 Review

Cases & Cooling | 29th January 2015

Let's take a look a the new Silverstone Precision PS11B-Q. A low noise case that won't break the bank

24 ASUS Z97 TUF Sabranco White Motherboard Review

ASUS Z97 TUF Sabranco White Motherboard Review

CPU & Mainboard | 28th January 2015

We finally get our hands on the Sabranco long enough to run it through our suite of benchmarks. Does it go as nicely as it looks?

22 ASUS GTX960 Strix Review

ASUS GTX960 Strix Review

GPU & Displays | 22nd January 2015

We have two very different takes upon the GTX960, and first up is the ASUS Strix.

4 MSI GTX960 Gaming Review

MSI GTX960 Gaming Review

GPU & Displays | 22nd January 2015

The other of our two GTX960 launch reviews is the MSI Gaming GTX960. How does it stack up?

1 nVidia Maxwell GTX960 Review

nVidia Maxwell GTX960 Review

GPU & Displays | 22nd January 2015

Today sees the launch of the nVidia product that will find its way into the most homes, the GTX960. We see what it contains.

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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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