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Atomic at Monash's Computer Games Bootcamp 2012!
Atomic at Monash's Computer Games Bootcamp 2012!
All the action - and the usual pics of me making a fool of myself - at this year's Computer Games Bootcamp at Monash University!
 
Intel and OCZ: Both Mostly Releasing Other People’s Solid State Drives
Intel and OCZ: Both Mostly Releasing Other People’s Solid State Drives
Solid State Storage is still the most prized of upgrades for most enthusiasts, but what's really new in Intel's and OCZ's latest efforts?
 
Our Revolver night goes off!
Our Revolver night goes off!
Gallery: You came, we talked, and AMD, Asus, Coolermaster and Razer all provided the hot tech - and hotter prizes!
Mouse beats Xbox 360 

Mouse beats Xbox 360

The humble mouse and keyboard is still THE best gaming control option - and it might be coming to a console near you!
Five reasons we love our new iPad 

Five reasons we love our new iPad

Alternate title: Dr SteveJobs, or, how I learned to stop worrying and love my tablet.
The Hardware of Gamescom 2010 

The Hardware of Gamescom 2010

Gamescom 2010: There's more to the show than games - here's a brief look at some of the cool hardware from Arctic Cooling, BitFenix and more that got us drooling...
Dealing with the revolution 

Dealing with the revolution

Solid state disks are the next big thing in storage – but are we ready for them? Ashton Mills delves into the data to find out.
Designing the Perfect PC 

Designing the Perfect PC

PC Design 01100101 with Vito Cassisi. And yes, that is binary for 101.
Computing at 60,000 volts 

Computing at 60,000 volts

A beautiful wallpaper and a sneak peek at what to expect from issue 95.
Keyboard Heritage 

Keyboard Heritage

You’ve got a lot of keys on your keyboard. What are some of them doing there and where did they come from?
Everything you need to know about power supplies 

Everything you need to know about power supplies

The specifications and features you should be looking for
Computex 2008 -- Gear, gadgets and booth babes 

Computex 2008 -- Gear, gadgets and booth babes

Nick Ross is on the show floor in the Thunderdome of component-land - Taipei. Check out the pics.
Cebit 2008 -- Part 2 

Cebit 2008 -- Part 2

Moar info and pics from the show floor -- check this article frequently, more updates are planned
Cebit 2008 

Cebit 2008

Live(-ish, we're updating every two-odd hours) coverage from the event
RAID Theory 

RAID Theory

Also RAID setup, RAID benchmarks, RAID considerations, RAID software, RAID hardware...
The beginners guide to memory overclocking 

The beginners guide to memory overclocking

Why settle for standard performance when a few quick tweaks can have you moving faster?
The quest for the ultimate power supply 

The quest for the ultimate power supply

We reveal the world's best power supply design by building Big Willy, the world's most power hungry desktop computer
CES 2008 -- Part 3 

CES 2008 -- Part 3

David's been sending us news from CES on advances on the biometric security front, and all the fun of gaming in a laptop sized, er, laptop.
CES 2008 -- Part 1 

CES 2008 -- Part 1

On the first day of the Consumer Electronics Show, our editor wrote some things for us to read...
Nintek Goes Down 

Nintek Goes Down

ninAuctions follow ninLiquidation and ninAdministration; Customers ninJad out of $55,000 and rising
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