We've a wonderful assortment of reviews for you this week, folks. Up first is the 1,200W Enermax Platimax - a truly enthusiast PSU that Tarinder reckons is a "good fit if you plan to run a monster rig full of graphics cards and storage drive." It's an impressive piece of kit, and the same can be said for the Chillblast Fusion Whisper Mini PC. Powerful on the inside but quiet on the out, it's an excellent solution for the more refined gamer.
Continuing our run of AMD Radeon HD 7000 series coverage, we've put two pre-overclocked Radeon HD 7770s together in CrossFire to see how well they scale, and if you're serious about your storage, check out our fired-up demonstration of the ioSafe Solo.
It's been a hectic week in the HEXUS labs, but there's plenty happening elsewhere, too. We've seen Intel's upcoming Ivy Bridge IGP benchmarked, NVIDIA has released a new WHQL graphics driver for the first time in months, and full details of AMD's Radeon HD 7800-series cards have leaked onto the web.
ASUS has issued two eagerly-anticipated updates for its Transformer tablets - the Unlock Tool for the Prime and Android 4.0 for the original - and BlackBerry's PlayBook has finally made the jump to v2.0. On top of all that, Microsoft is finally getting to grips with proper English and the UK Government has taken another jab at internet privacy.