Alex delves into a spot of leather craft for the next part of Project Toreador.
Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
Is Respawn's Star Wars game a return to the glory days of Jedi Knight or more of a Holiday Special?
CES 2007 has come and gone. This year, we're recapping the show by taking you inside the convention halls for a tour of some of the best booths on the floor.
The first Asus Republic of Gamers board is known as Crosshair and it's based on NVIDIA's nForce 590 SLI chipset for socket AM2 Athlon 64's. Does it aim to strike in the right areas, or will it be fragged into oblivion? Read on for the low down...
AMD has announced the new DTX open standard for Small Form Factor devices.
A report suggesting that the launch of AMD's next-generation R600 graphics processor has been delayed until March.
According to a report on HKEPC, AMD is readying another new DirectX 9-based Radeon X1950-series card, known as Radeon X1950GT.
VIA technologies faces an uncertain future of possible lawsuits and a shrinking market place. Will the company that was once synonymous with enthusiasts last in the long term?
ATI's RD600 may see the light of day after all. DFI's new LANParty UT ICFX3200-T2R/G has been officially announced, and looks pretty promising.
The rumours have now been made to fact - AMD has launched 65nm X2 processors. You can get them today, in fact.
With the acquisition of the boys in red, AMD posts results that put it up in the big leagues of the chiperati.
In a bid to stick it to Intel, AMD has released its pseudo-quad-core processor to rival Kentsfield.
With the rumours surrounding AMD's imminent release of its 65nm dual-core processors, Intel is reportedly playing the one-upmanship game. Intel's first 45nm processors are already sampling.
A report in a Chinese newspaper has indicated that AMD will roll out four 65-nanometre CPUs in the first week of December.
Pictures of what is believed to be AMD's next-generation R600 graphics processor have shown up on a Taiwanese bulletin board.
AMD's CPUs are still in short supply, but distributors and motherboard manufacturers have indicated that the shortages should ease towards the end of November.
If you're looking for AMD's answer to Kentsfield, we hope you like ASUS boards. Word on the street is, that's all there will be for a while - and other mobo manufacturers aren't happy about it.
AMD has changed its tune - whilst AMD Live was built around the premise of the PC in the den and a client by the TV, the firm now has a prototype media PC for TV usage.
AMD has cancelled its low-cost PC alternative right as a big market study shows demand for technology in emerging markets.
A spokesman tells the press that whilst there are shortages of Athlons, the situation isn't down to the fact that Dell is buying them all. Obviously, the timing is utterly co-incidental.
Dell has updated its product lineup this week, putting AMD-powered laptops up for grabs.
Today, Intel has announced its first quad-core desktop processor, based on the Kentsfield core. We put the all-new Core 2 Extreme QX6700 to the test to find out whether four is better than two.
ATI.com has had a facelift and has become ati.amd.com. Truly a bizarre sight to see for hardware enthusiasts everywhere.
November 22 2019 | 13:00
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