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CPU & Mainboard | 12th May 2010
Asrock return to the high-end fold with a X58 333 motherboard. Does it cut the mustard?
CPU & Mainboard | 27th April 2010
AMD have brought along their latest Hex Core architecture for us to play with. How does it fair?
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Matthew Fogg | 27th March 2007
NVIDIA today announced its nForce 680i LT SLI MCP core-logic for the extreme gamer market sector.
Matthew Fogg | 23rd March 2007
Raytheon's Monarch chip runs as a single system on a chip and it performs in an array of chips for teraflop throughput.
Matthew Fogg | 21st March 2007
We have a look at Intel's future direction and plans on 80-cores or more chip and the upcoming CSI platforms.
CPU & Mainboard | 16th April 2010
Intel have replaced the insanely popular 920 with the 930. Is this an evolution or a revolution?
CPU & Mainboard | 7th April 2010
Do good things come in small packages? Let's find out...
CPU & Mainboard | 26th March 2010
OC3D bring you, as promised, the worlds first Rampage III Extreme review. Is it everything we hoped?
CPU & Mainboard | 24th March 2010
Today we're testing one of the first 890GX motherboards to market.
CPU & Mainboard | 15th March 2010
MSI have been in the motherboard business for longer than most of us have had hair. Their latest motherboard is the P55 GD85. Is it up to their usual standard?
Matthew Fogg | 19th March 2007
AMD's presentation made at GDC which spells out the firm's plans about SSE 128
Matthew Fogg | 16th March 2007
Before AMD is able to launch its quad-core processors, Intel will aggressively cut prices of quad-core desktop processors.
Matthew Fogg | 14th March 2007
An eight-core Mac Pro desktop!!!
Mike Reilly | 12th March 2007
Intel has released their newest line of Xeons. Now in the 50-Watt helping for ultra efficient processing power, and minimal energy consumption. Read inside for more details.
Matthew Fogg | 7th March 2007
ARM Holdings plc, the licensor of processors and related intellectual property, has tipped sparse details of plans for a next-generation processor a follow on to the three processor cores the comprise the Cortex series.
Matthew Fogg | 2nd March 2007
Along with MPC68 chipset, NVIDIA is going to launch nForce 680i LT SLI chipset at CeBIT primarily targeted at hardcore gamers where the current 680i SLI chipset is targeted at hardcore enthusiasts.