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CPU & Mainboard | 31st January 2014
Today we return to the dual-Xeon test rig that has proven so popular. How well do the new 12 Core 24 thread 2697 V2 beasts do when doubled up?
CPU & Mainboard | 17th December 2013
The MSI Gaming range is one of our favourites, but has the ITX sized MSI Z87I Gaming still got the chops?
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Matthew Fogg | 20th April 2007
We get an idea of AMD's mobile roadmap for the next two years.
Matthew Fogg | 18th April 2007
Overclocking is no longer the exclusive realm of veteran gaming enthusiasts, thanks to the recent release of the XFX 650i Ultra motherboard.
Matthew Fogg | 16th April 2007
Intel has scheduled to boost the proportion of dual-core processors in its product line up in the second quarter and will launch the quad-core Core 2 Extreme QX6850 in the third quarter.
CPU & Mainboard | 29th November 2013
The MSI Gaming range is one of our favourite series at the moment, and with the Z87M Gaming it's now available in a compact form.
CPU & Mainboard | 27th November 2013
Gigabyte have applied their excellent Sniper technology to the FM2 A88X chipset. How does it perform?
CPU & Mainboard | 13th November 2013
It's been two years to the day since the launch of the Rampage IV Extreme. And now it's back, in black *cue AC/DC*
CPU & Mainboard | 4th November 2013
Does the Asus Maximus Formula have what it takes to tempt our purse strings?
CPU & Mainboard | 1st October 2013
Today we look at the 4th Generation i5 from Intel, the 4670K. Is this the true successor to the i5-2500K? What is the overcloking like without the hyperthreading?
Matthew Fogg | 12th April 2007
IBM will link chips together in a relatively new way that the company says will improve performance and cut power consumption.
Matthew Fogg | 11th April 2007
AMD plans to reveals a new chip codenamed Shanghai in 2008
Matthew Fogg | 10th April 2007
Intel today advanced its enthusiast-level quad-core processor family with the introduction of the Intel® CoreE2 Extreme processor QX6800.
Matthew Fogg | 8th April 2007
In a bid to make manufacturing of Celeron M 500 CPUs economically more efficient, Intel will introduce a shrunk-down core in the near future.
Derrek Huey | 8th April 2007
Perhaps in hopes of erasing the memories of the "failed" RD600 chipset, AMD has begun preparing a new one: the RD790