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AMD's Barcelona launch is today and they are holding press events at several places across the world. We got a hold of their presentation early and have posted here for you to see along with our comments and theories about the processors.
Cooler Master is targeting the enthusiast with their latest enclosure, the Cosmos 1000. This refined product offers up a lot of space to work in as well as an environment built for quiet usage.
Western Digital might have been late to the party, but their 750GB Caviar SE16 hard drive means business. With performance nearly up to the Raptor X and 5x the capacity, might this drive interest you??
id Software and Epic Games have both declared PC gaming second rate, if not dead altogether. I happen to know why they are both dead wrong.
The Satellite P205-S6287 is our first opportunity to review a Toshiba product. This huge "desktop replacement" notebook features the Core 2 Duo T5300 processor running at 1.73 GHz.
XFX sent along their nForce 680i SLI to show off the support for Intel's new 1333 MHz FSB processors -- of course we had to overclock it and see how it performed. Should this be your next upgrade motherboard?
Can a popular PSU from yesterday power one of today’s power hungry video cards like AMD’s HD 2900 XT? Enermax says it can and we put their claim to the test.
Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 is another big title with support for AGEIA's PhysX processor, but do the advancements in game play stack up? And what about the dedicated AGEIA Island level that is fully interactive?
Corsair has two flash drives for you to consider today: one that can get run over by cars and the other that requires a PIN number for security! If you are looking for something different in the world of flash drives, you'll want to check this out!
The Ultra 850VA UPS is designed to help protect your PC and other valuable electronic gear during power interruptions. Find out why you probably need one.
Diamond is back in the graphics game again, this time with the first 1GB graphics to hit the consumer market. Their new Viper HD 2900 XT 1GB card attempts to make the latest AMD GPU look more appealing than we originally saw it at launch time. Does doubling the memory to 1GB really help?
ECS produced products have widely been considered non-enthusiast market material for some time. Lately, ECS has moved to target the high end market, with improved products making them more attractive to the enthusiasts. The ECS KN3SLI2 is one of their products attempting to fit this mold for the AMD AM2 processors.
AMD has brought their 690G chipset back up with an updated BIOS that improves performance as well as overclocking ability. With an adequate CPU, you can also use this low-cost solution for HD-DVD and Blu-ray!
GIGABYTE produces motherboards based on just about every chipset and socket configuration available for market use. In this case, we will be reviewing the GA-M57SLI-S4 motherboard featuring the nForce 570 chipset for socket AM2.
Not in the market for an 800W to 1,200W PSU? OK then, how about a solid 450W power supply with stable voltages, high efficiency, and virtually silent operation for well under $100?
The Silencer 750W CrossFire edition can deliver up to 60A on a powerful single +12V rail and is backed by PC Power and Cooling's legendary reputation for reliability and performance. It's bright red, relatively quiet, very efficient and affordable too.
AMD had their analyst day this afternoon and talked about the upcoming Barcelona as well as future GPU technologies and the first implementations of the much talked about Fusion technology.
ECS has a new motherboard based on NVIDIA 650i SLI chipset that offers great overclocking performance, SLI support and an incredibly low price.
The Zalman ZM-MFC2 is a multi-function controller that allows setting and monitoring the speed of multiple fans, monitors four channels of temperature and displays real-time system power consumption - how cool is that!