Kicking off this week's review is perhaps the best premium graphics card on the market: Gigabyte does its WindForce 3X thing with the GeForce GTX 670.
Looking to outdo the competition in mine-is-bigger-than-yours stakes, Western Digital stuffs a 2TB drive into a portable-storage solution that doesn't need power cables, and is capable of reading and writing at over 100MB/s.
German manufacturer be quiet! is making a name for itself as a purveyor of high-quality PSUs. The Dark Power Pro 850W is amongst the best of the bunch.
Fancy something a little different? How about In Win's open-air XFrame chassis? Taking more than a design cue from our very own logo, it seems, the XFrame has a few novel touches that make it an interesting proposition.
In other news, AMD looks to ready a challenger to Intel's mid-range CPU dominance; Microsoft goes all out to convince users to opt for Windows 8; the European Court of Justice rules that customers have a right to resell digitally-downloaded games; and NVIDIA provides a meaty dollop of performance for the UK's fastest GPU-based supercomputer.
And, whatever you do, don't forget to enter our super competitions. There's a chance you could win one of five unreleased, top-of-the-range Corsair AX1200i 'Digital' PSUs or, for that matter, one of four Silver Power supplies. Good luck, everyone.