A return to the bad old days of GPU stock shortages is not something we want to think about, and yet, here we are…
We’re getting a whole lot of leaks from Intel, and a trio of recent bits of spillage make for interesting reading indeed.
After saying that Cortana would be scrapped in August, Microsoft is now following through on that promise.
Worried about burn-in with your PC monitor? LG has got your back with its two-year warranty coverage.
If you’ve been complaining about VRAM loadouts with Nvidia’s Lovelace GPUs, you don’t want to know about this RX 580.
Intel Core i9-14900K and 14700K fail to impress in leaked benchmarks, but there’s more to this than first meets the eye.
New Core Ultra processors will get an airing in just over a month, plus Intel has plenty to share about the future and AI.
A leaker claims that the boost speeds Intel’s 14th-gen chips are now reaching has restored their faith in the next-gen range.
More rumbling about graphics card pricing heading upwards? There’s a bit too much of this about, lately, for our liking.
Copilot could be a useful helper in Windows 11, but it looks like Microsoft still wants to use the AI to push ads.
Sadly, a bunch of factors seem to be coming together that might see the bad old days of GPU price hikes return.
It’s officially time to get excited – though it's still far from clear which models AMD is going to launch.
Apparently there’s a surge of DDR4 RAM sticks coming to the market which are using repurposed memory modules.
Lunar Lake is not due for some time yet – probably not until 2025 – but some folks are already worried by early spec leaks.
We now have more mid-range options for laptop graphics cards in the form of the Arc A570M and A530M.
Different monitors could get their own refresh rates applied, which is great news for saving system resources.