Through the ready-to-run kits, liquid cooling is becoming more and more accessible to the general public. Today VR-Zone looks at two of Corsair’s most popular kits, the H80i and H100i.
Futuremark’s president Oliver Baltuch talks about the challenges of transparency and benchmarking.
Just over two months since the launch of desktop Haswell, we run the rule over a pair of value-oriented Intel Z87 motherboards from ASRock and MSI competing in the same price bracket.
Does Volition's newest chapter of the definitive Saint's Row franchise push the boundaries of the zany universe to new heights, or is it time to hit the off switch?
Samsung pairs a high-end point-and-shoot camera with a powerful smartphone to spectacular results.
Inside Intel’s plan to speed up Thunderbolt adoption.
If our sources are accurate, the enigmatic FX-9590 (four Piledriver modules at 4.7GHz with a 5GHz turbo) will be the final legacy of the performance FX “big cores” from AMD. What tests or benchmarks would you like us to run in our upcoming review?
Hiring to begin in September for a new Taipei-based engineering team to drive new iPhone product development.
AMD’s Roy Taylor (@amd_roy) talks APUs, gaming and writes the eulogy for CUDA and PhysX.
Are you in a market for a PC case but are tired of typical tower designs? Today we are having a look at the latest cubic case from Corsair, the Carbide Air 540.
Sources in Taipei shed light on AMD’s HSA APU efforts and reveal that Kaveri is delayed until 2014.
Nvidia’s earnings in its second quarter of 2013 will be dragged down by the failure of Tegra
As the Internet’s favourite digital currency gains widespread acceptance and a upcoming US securities listing, its challenges are mounting. How will the cryptocurrency survive its coming of age party?
Hunting around for gaming equipment? Today we take a close look at Corsair’s latest K70 gaming mechanical keyboard and M65 gaming mouse.
As ex-CIA chief Michael Hayden calls Chinese telecom manufacturer Huawei a trojan horse for China, its important to look back at what role Cisco has had in whipping up paranoia about its Middle Kingdom competitor.
How does Asus’s take on the GTX 780 (aka almost-a-Titan) compare with the previous generation of Radeons and Geforces?
While the HTC One has been holding the title to the best “all-rounded” phone, ASUS now has a new contender to the throne in the PadFone Infinity. We pit them head to head against each other to find out which will emerge victorious.
Ever wondered what it would be like to use a 7-inch sized mobile phone? We pick up the Asus FonePad and take it for test drive to see how it fares in the practicality department.
Fresh off the purchase of MIPS, Imagination thinks they can steal a quarter of the reference design market away from ARM. How? By playing to its strength of support for heterogeneous computing.
People say that if Nokia developed and sold an Android device, it would solve all the company’s woes away. But could that, or if Nokia does start making Android devices, will that really happen?