The AMD A10-5700 is a chip we’re desperate to like. For starters, it’s one of the most technically interesting CPUs around right now.
You’ve got AMD’s[……]
AMD is looking to bolster its already impressive sub-£200 range with a half-and-half card. Created using the best of both the first and second tiers o[……]
You’d be forgiven for thinking there was only one processor manufacturer when it comes to laptops – Intel’s hold on the market is so complete.
What both iterations of the GTX 650, in either this or the speedier, pricier Ti trim, have going for them is their diminutive size. They’re both pleas[……]
This is as good as it gets if you’re looking for a genuinely gaming-capable card at the sub-£100 level. Granted, it’s only just under £100, but compar[……]
This far down the pecking order of graphics cards you will really struggle to get anything close to decent gaming frame rates out of a normal 1080p sc[……]
The performance of the HD 7850 when it first came out, combined with its relatively low price tag, made for a very enticing mid-range card. That impre[……]
Featuring an only slightly cut-down GK104 GPU compared to the top-end GTX 680, we were big fans of the GTX 670 when it first tipped up. It was only a[……]
When the HD 7870 first tipped up in March we weren’t that fussed about it. Sure, it delivered decent numbers in the benchmarks, but at about £260 it w[……]
AMD is enjoying something of a resurgence in its laptop fortunes lately. The HP Envy Sleekbook 6-1126sa is the second computer we’ve seen[……]