The nominations are in, it's time to decide who deserves the crown for 2019!
Intel's latest 10-core has received a hefty price cut, but is it worth the cash?
We take a look at Gigabyte's sub-£500 TRX40 board to see if it can compete with the excellent ROG Strix TRX40-E Gaming.
AMD says that the X2 processor is well head of rival chips from Intel, and that it's on course to convert its entire processor line to dual-core ahead of anyone else.
The Land of the Rising Sun slaps Chipzilla with a two month ban
Intel's Pat Gelsinger reveals his thoughts on Sony's Cell processor and on the nightmare of working with former CEO Andy Grove
ExtremeTech suggest that the X2 processor caines Intel's offerings in performance benchmarks. Is dual core for gaming dead in the water?
Dave's Cebit 2005 coverage continues with Small Form Factor PCs, low-noise components, Fatal1ty and beer!
And with his past experience of trade shows, Wil Harris isn't really looking forward to it.
When the mind goes blank and all you can see is computing hardware.
A quick discussion of what we expect for 2005.
We identify our Heroes & Villians of the industry for 2004
Will the latest third-party chipsets for Pentium 4 give it the boost it desperately needs?
The SB81P XPC is Shuttle's LGA775 Intel SFF bad-boy, and we like it a lot
Tales from a Scottish Departure Lounge.
Are Intel’s latest LGA775 processors a stepping in the wrong direction for hardware enthusiasts? James Morris investigates
In his first column for bit-tech.net, former PC Pro editor James Morris asks whether we can get away from the marketing hype back to being interested in technology.
Intel asked us to create a show case to celebrate the launch of the Pentium 4 3GHz processor. Macroman had the job of creating Project 3G Clear
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