Radeon Vega FE comes with dual mode drivers
Published in Graphics


Gaming and Pro modes

Now that the AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition is out and about, we have been getting a lot more details and it is just a matter of time before we see more benchmarks. It also appears that the Vega FE comes with a special Radeon Pro Software driver with Pro and Gaming modes, that can be switched on the fly.

Silverstone unveils Strider Titanium line of PSUs
Published in News


Coming in 1100W, 1300W and 1500W versions

Silverstone has unveiled its latest line of high-wattage PSUs aimed at enthusiast gamers and overclockers, the Strider Titanium.

Samsung will eat Chipzilla in second quarter
Published in Processors


Welcome your new South Korean overlords 


The days of Intel being the world's largest chipmaker will be over in the second quarter as the mighty Chipzilla has been felled by Samsung.

Apple can't make enough iPhone OLED screens
Published in News


OLED process not yielding enough for new phone

The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple’s new iPhone 8 will be in short supply because it can’t get enough OLED panels.

Toshiba sues Western Digital as sale is delayed
Published in Memory


Trouble at mill

Toshiba has had to push back its timeline to clinch a sale of its flash memory chip unit, saying the $18 billion deal was being held up due to differences of opinion within the consortium chosen as preferred bidder.

Reviewer blasts Apple’s iPad Pro
Published in News


Can't replace your laptop – even for email

While the Tame Apple press has been doing its best to present the illusion that Apple's new iPad Pro is super, cool, and fantastic, it appears that there are more sensible reviewers out there.

Swedish Volvo driving systems can't understand kangaroos
Published in News


Has no problem with duck-billed Platypus

They might have a reputation of being the dullest but safest cars in the world, but Volvo’s self-driving cars are having a problem down under.

Nvidia to build digital currency mining chip
Published in Processors


New technology to tackle mining issues  

Nvidia hopes to take custom away from its rival AMD by building a chip which is designed for digital currency mining.

UK’s new warship runs Windows XP
Published in News


What could go wrong?

Britain’s largest and most expensive new warship is running the outdated Microsoft Windows XP.

Biostar releases B250 mining motherboard
Published in Motherboards


With 12 PCIe slots

With cryptocurrency mining creating havoc on the GPU market, Biostar is looking to cash in on the craze by releasing a motherboard based on Intel's B250 chipset and with no less than 12 PCI-Express slots, the TB250-BTC Pro.