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.
OCZ has introduced the world's first memory modules to support Intel's Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) technology.
You've seen the concept now how does it perform? Will the hefty investment be worth it for the Premium motherboard with on-board memory?
How about a motherboard with 2GB of DDR3 built in? Is a good price and guaranteed overclocking to 1,500MHz good enough to tempt people away from a standard bundle?
Intel is to launch two new technologies with X38: Extreme Memory and Extreme Tuning Utility. Good news: P35s might get it. Bad news: DDR3 only.
Sources close to AMD have suggested that the company's future 45nm socket AM3 CPUs will work in current socket AM2 motherboards.
COMPUTEX 2007: Intel's 3-series chipsets and Robson technology come to Shuttle's next-gen XPCs, while the T-series is dispanded.
COMPUTEX 2007: Tim may have found Corsair's 2000MHz DDR3 at Computex, but it's still slower than what TeamGroup had on offer!
COMPUTEX 2007: We managed to find Intel's own next generation X38 "BoneTrail" motherboard on display. Looks promising, pictures inside...
COMPUTEX 2007: Corsair has broken through the 2GHz memory bus speed barrier with a pair of its latest Dominator-series DDR3 memory.
COMPUTEX 2007: Being well ahead of the game, Kingston is almost ready to embrace DDR3 memory in notebooks. This is despite chipset support not coming until next year...
COMPUTEX 2007: Gigabyte was showing off its upcoming X38-based products, which will come in both DDR3 and DDR2 varieties.
COMPUTEX 2007: OCZ shows bit-tech its low latency DDR3 Z3 modules, and also gets a lesson in DDR3 from one of the industry's top memory gurus.
DDR3 is hot off the press but does it offer the performance and scaling it's been marketed to provide? Corsair hooked us up with its latest 1333MHz XMS3 modules with DHX cooling so we could find out exactly how DDR3 compares to DDR2.
Asus P5K3 Delxue WiFi AP is the DDR3 version of the P5K Deluxe with an updated heatpipe array and support for DDR3 1333MHz FSB. Is the new memory technology worth investing in? We take an in depth look at DDR3 to try to find out.
IDF SPRING 2007: Continuing Richard's slight obsession with everything DDR3, bit-tech grabbed a word with Corsair Co-founder, John Beekley about his thoughts on the upcoming product.
IDF SPRING 2007: Dileep Bhandarker, Director of Advanced Architectures tells bit-tech more juicy details about Nehlaem.
IDF SPRING 2007: Intel technical Guru, Mooly Eden, tells all in the tales of next generation mobile computing.
IDF SPRING 2007: Richard delves deeper into the world of DDR3 production and comes out with some new answers...
CEBIT 2007: The general consensus at both motherboard and memory manufacturers at this year's trade show is that DDR3 isn't going to break into the market with a bang. Quite the opposite in fact.
CEBIT 2007: We managed to get some information on the next two additions to Asus’ Republic Of Gamers motherboard line-up. It's codenamed 'Sauternes' and is based on Intel's Bearlake chipset.
AMD has announced the new DTX open standard for Small Form Factor devices.
IDF FALL 06: We get the details on Intel's transition to chipsets using DDR3 rather than DDR2.
IDF FALL 05: Intel has been talking about its roadmap for desktop memory. DDR3 is in from 2007, and DDR2 is ramping up speeds.
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