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Intel has released a statement in which it announces that it will be leaving the design and manufacturing of desktop motherboards, leaving the field open for other motherboard manufacturers to fill in the gaps.
14nm chips can be expected on the market sometime during 2014
Nvidia wants to release a GK110 based graphics card for consumers, codenamed 'Titan'. The GK110 GPU is currently used solely in workstation professional graphics cards.
Intel has released an updated roadmap to its production partners that details the releases of the new Haswell and Ive Bridge-E processors.
Swiftech has unveiled a new the H220 liquid CPU cooler, which can be expanded to use more radiators and cooling blocks to create a custom water cooling loop.
AMD has released its first new driver suite this year, the Catalyst 13.1 WHQL driver set. As we are used to seeing from driver improvements, the new 13.1 drivers feature a number of performance improvements,...
The latest addition to the NZXT series of gaming cases is the Phantom 630, a full tower case featuring modular components.
Corsair's new Hydro Series H90 and H110 liquid coolers are supposed to give better cooling capabilities and are designed for more quiet operation.
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Mushkin revealed its 480GB Atlas mSATA SSD a while ago, but it has now officially gone on sale in the US. The 480GB Atlas mSATA SSD is aimed at consumers who want a high-performance low form factor SSD, and...
ASRock has announced a new flagship AM3+ motherboard, the 990FX Extreme9.
Numbers from one manufacturer point to million unit milestone being crossed before Raspberry Pi turns one.
The new Enermax lineup of power supplies aim for better reliability and cable management
Two Zalman CPU coolers won the Innovations Design and Engineering Award at CES 2013
A case for tweakers.
Intel announced a slight revision to its 520, 525 and DC S3700 series SSDs.
If you're a case modder, you may want to consider trying your hand at winning this competition.
If you've been thinking about buying a Thunderbolt cable, this might be the best time.
The number of known Haswell processor SKUs just climbed from 14 to 33, courtesy of a spec sheet posted on Arctic's website.
4K from Intel HD4000 graphics.
AMD's Richland APUs, the successors of the current Trinity line, will not launch until early summer, but it appears that the company will continue its familiar sequence numbering system for the processors.
AMD is reportedly accelerating its roadmap of low-power processors.
The latest addition to Xigmatek's Stealth series gaming cases is the Talon, a front-tilting mid-tower chassis influenced by automotive design.
Get a special deal on our approved liquid cooler.
AMD's no stranger to phasing out brands.
AMD is expected to launch its FX-8300 8-core processor tomorrow.
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