27 August 2010, 07:00
We stack up the reasons for buying this chip.
6 August 2010, 16:57
Antec claims to offer it all with the DF-85. We take a close look.
5 August 2010, 08:39
Piling on the high-end power, we take a look at Intel's second-rung six-core Core i7 chip.
28 May 2010, 05:00
Intel woos the enthusiast with two multiplier-unlocked CPUs. Worth the cash?
27 April 2010, 05:00
AMD launches its fastest-ever desktop processor and gives Intel's Core i7 a run for its money.
18 March 2010, 23:19
Scan cranks up a Core i3 530 to 4GHz and offers it as a bundle. We scrutinise the details and tell you if it's worth it.
11 March 2010, 05:00
Six cores, 12 threads, and 12MB L3 cache on one chip. Read on to see how fast it is.
1 March 2010, 08:16
We examine the newest chip in Intel's Core i7 LGA1366 arsenal.
4 January 2010, 09:00
Intel Clarkdale performance numbers.
4 January 2010, 05:00
The most important launch of the year brings a 32nm process and CPU-and-GPU integration. Read on to find out what you may well by buying in 2010.
16 September 2009, 05:00
£80 for a quad-core chip? Can it be any good? Read on to find out.
8 September 2009, 05:00
Intel's Nehalem architecture is brought to the mainstream with new Lynnfield chips. Find out if you should buy one as we take a look at three, plus the P55 chipset.
13 August 2009, 05:15
AMD launches its fastest-ever desktop processor, we take a look.
3 June 2009, 05:00
What do you get with 3.33GHz clock-speed, four cores, and eight threads?
2 June 2009, 00:00
Find out if it's £50-£75 well-spent on a CPU.
23 April 2009, 05:00
Cranking up the frequency and adding memory flexibility, has Phenom II come of age? We find out.
9 February 2009, 05:00
But is the Force strong in AMD?
8 January 2009, 05:00
Faster clocks with room to spare, are the Phenom II CPUs from AMD too little, too late?
15 December 2008, 09:54
AMD's officially launching dual-core Athlons based on quad-core Phenom technology. Good enough to beat out Core 2? We tell you.
3 November 2008, 09:31
We take three Intel Core i7 processors and put them up against the best of the rest. See who wins.
3 November 2008, 05:00
Intel takes the wraps off Core i7 - we take an architecture tour and tell you if it's any good.
23 April 2008, 04:15
AMD's tri-core Phenom X3 processor aims to fill the void between dual-core and quad-core. Does it succeed?
18 April 2008, 08:48
AMD's 50-series Phenom processors, complete with B3 stepping, promise to put Phenom back on the map. Is there finally light at the end of the tunnel for AMD's now erratum-free ...
7 December 2007, 08:07
The AMD Phenom 9900 Spider platform looks fantastic on paper. But does reality reinforce or negate that opinion?
28 November 2007, 06:57
Intel paper-launches a processor that's not really needed, is it?
19 November 2007, 11:31
AMD rolls out its quad-core Phenom processor and new 7-series chipset to do battle with Intel's year-old Core 2 Quad. Who wins?
29 October 2007, 10:12
Intel stretches its desktop performance lead via the launch of the 45nm-based Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650. You will want one.
20 August 2007, 08:58
All around the web, everyone wants to know how well retail G0-stepping Core 2 Quad CPUs overclock. With G0-stepping Q6600s hard to find, we picked up a Core 2 Quad ...
16 July 2007, 05:02
Today, Intel is launching a revised range of mid-market-to-high-end Core 2 processors, still 65nm but with a faster front-side bus. Are they fast enough to get CPU lovers everywhere reaching ...
9 April 2007, 05:01
The £600+ asking price will give you class-leading performance, sure, but only if you can fully exploit the 4 execution cores by routinely engaging in heavy multitasking.
20 February 2007, 21:57
Bottom line - the online pricing is realistic and the AM2 form factor makes a lot more sense than the Socket-F Quad-FX, yet K8-class technology just does not have the ...
18 January 2007, 08:59
HEXUS establishes whether AMD's QuadFX can hand out a beating to Intel's own quad-core offering - and how does QuadFX shape up to Intel's dual-core X6800?
30 November 2006, 07:16
Four is now the magic number. Forget dual-core and twin graphics cards in SLI or CrossFire mode - they're so last month...