Corsair brings out an all-new SSD controller with its Neutron Series and Neutron GTX SSDs, which aim to topple the established SandForce hierarchy through their enterprise origins.
Sapphire is also coming out with something new - a Radeon HD 7950 custom-cooled card that features AMD's PowerTune with Boost Technology. Cool and quiet, will it be on your upcoming shopping list?
Quiet computing is all the rage, apparently, and Cooler Master muscles in one some of the action with the mid-tower Silencio 650 chassis.
Meanwhile, Antec, perhaps better known for its own chassis, releases its best-ever power-supply unit. HCP-1000 is the name and spitting out effortless power is very much the game.
HEXUS has a well-deserved reputation for having some of the very best giveaways on the web - well, we're allowed to be biased, aren't we?
This time around, we're giving away five, yes five, Corsair Neutron GTX SSDs in a fantastic competition. Five is the magic number, folks, as that's how many EVGA GTX 660 Tis are on offer in our second splendid competition this week.
In other news, NVIDIA rolls out the GeForce GTX 660 OEM GPU without much fanfare, Ubisoft reckons that PC games piracy is running rife, there are price-cuts on the latest Radeon HD 7000-series cards, the long-awaited 4G infrastructure is coming next month, and PowerColor finally releases the best-ever Radeon card, the Devil 13.