For those who can tear themselves away from Euro 2012 - heck, what did we all do on Wednesday? - there's been plenty going on in the tech world.
AMD dropped the Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition to us at the last minute. It's a frequency-boosted version of the card that came out six months' ago, but is it enough to beat the also-impressive GeForce GTX 680 from NVIDIA?
We reckon said Radeon will arrive at retail armed with a £400 price. Why pay even a penny when you can win a Sapphire card absolutely free? All you have to do is enter this competition to be in with a chance of bagging the swag.
Question: how do you make an all-in-one PC better? Answer: you strap a GeForce GTX 670 to it, that's what. PC Specialist has taken all-in-ones to a different level with the PowerGlide Extreme. Time to chuck away that tower chassis and go for something cutting edge? Read the review to find out.
Folk that prefer to zero-in on components and build a PC themselves would do well to give the ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe a look. Priced a little too high for our liking, at almost £200, it remains chock-full of features that may be of interest.
Corsair used to be known as a DRAM vendor; now it's better-known as a purveyor of a wide range of quality PC kit. We've taken a close look at the gamer-orientated Vengeance C70 chassis and Vengeance 2000 wireless headset. Let us know what you think.
In other news, IBM regains the fastest supercomputer crown; Linus Torvalds, father of Linux, isn't happy with NVIDIA; Microsoft announces the Surface tablet and gives a peek into Windows Phone 8, and John Carmack from id Software puts the dampeners on next-gen console performance.