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With the release of the 939-pin processors from AMD, the motherboard begin to creep out of the woodwork. We look at two retail boards as well as an NVIDIA reference board.
Looking at the new 939-pin Processors
The long anticipated 939-pin transition for Athlon 64 processors is now here, and we look at the two premium releases and what the change means to you.
The Asetek WaterChill CPU/VGA/Chipset Power Kit (KT12A-L30 Â½â€) includes a dual radiator, (2) 120mm fans, Hydor L30 II pump/reservoir combination, control unit, waterblocks for the CPU, VGA and chipset and all necessary hardware.
Alienware demonstrated a new graphics technology that would allow their upcoming systems to utilize multiple PCI Express graphics cards on single display. We look into how it works and what it means for you.
We closely analyze image quality and see how each card reacts to a variety of different CPU frequencies.
NVIDIA today has released a new chipset for the Athlon XP processor that offers the same great south bridge features that the nForce3 250 Gb chipset has, and we're here to show it all to you today.
Introduction and the Components
Building the Super Case for a Liquid Cooled Dual Xeon Workstation.
The K8T800 Pro Chipset
VIA introduces another chipset for the Athlon 64 platform in preparation for the coming changes to the A64 platform and motherboards in general.
Today the ATI X800 series of cards is released, but NVIDIA also had a surprise for us as well: an 'Ultra Extreme' and a 'GT' edition of their NV40 cards released only weeks ago.
We get answers to controversial questions regarding Shader 3.0 straight from the developer of FarCry.
Months of guessing and speculation regarding NV40 go out the window as we take a look at how the new GeForce 6800 Ultra meets expectations.
Seasonic sent over three of their most popular power supplies for us to review, ranging in outputs from 350 to 460 watts and including features like active PFC, low noise and a 3-year warranty. Each unit exhibited good voltage regulation with excellent stability.
Introduction and System Setup
If you thought the Athlon 64 3000+ release on the market was odd, wait until you see the 2800+ that has appeared on the scene.
The Hardware and Software Behind PC Perspective
Have you wondered what kind of server powers the PC Perspective website? Our server should last us for a long time, as we have been thinking ahead in both hardware and software.
We find it time to discern the facts from speculation with regards to ATI's native PCI-Express implementation.
Intel today has released the 3.4 GHz versions of the Prescott and Northwood cores â€“ we compare them to the latest processors from AMD.
AMD is ready once again with a new Athlon FX processor, running now at 2.4 GHz. Will it walk away with another total victory?
eMachines was the first to release a notebook based on the Athlon 64 Mobile processor, and they made it a powerful one at that. With a price tag that should make other manufacturers blush.
Welcome to PC Perspective
Interested in learning all about the new PC Perspective? This is where you need to start.
Taking a look at the graphics card industry over the course of the last twelve months, we begin to see an issue developing for consumers who are looking to have the fastest graphics cards when the next-generation titles finally make it to market.