Rick gets hands-on with the long-in-development Kingdom Under Fire II.
The Ryzen 9 3950X, Intel's Cascade Lake-X, and AMD's 3rd Gen Threadripper will reshape our perceptions of the CPU market.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Sales of Turing not going well.
Monster graphics card under the spotlight.
This feature-rich card outdoes the Founders Edition in many areas, but it doesn't come cheap.
Nvidia seeks to redefine the 'mainstream' with a £329 card.
Sub-£500 RTX hardware runs the gauntlet.
Paying customers only.
£2,399. <mic drop>
First public demo due December 8th.
With a Core i7-9700K and RTX 2080, this prebuild packs a mean punch.
Joins AMD in the doldrums.
Cheaper, but not cheap.
They're expensive, but Ant sees promise in what they potentially offer.
Pushing RTX 2070 to the max. (For £600.)
Steals from one eye to service the other.
Can this £1,100 GPU show the Founders Edition what's what?
Can this entry level RTX 2070 bring value for money to the RTX family?
Another partner RTX card steps into the ring.
Can Palit's bulky RTX 2080 justify itself next to the Founders Edition?
Our first RTX partner card enters the arena - is it worth buying over the Founders Edition?
Sets pricing at $600 Founders, $500 stock.
Due out starting early next month.
Aims to unlock Tensor, RT core functionality.
Nvidia reasserts its performance crown yet again, but should premium buyers invest in unproven tech?
November 13 2019 | 09:50
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