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The Asus N7800 GTX TOP
Asus sent us their new 7800 GTX TOP edition that claims to cool the card better for improved overclocking ability at the cost of a return to dual slot cooling. Is the change worth it?
The BYOC and Vendor Area
Quakecon 2005 has come and gone, but that doesn't mean it didn't leave a good impression. Stop in here to see what you missed if you didn't attend the best LAN party in the world!
Introduction and Specs
ECS is hitting the market with their very first enthusiast product. The package boasts some great accessories and an awesome price, but is the performance there?
7800 GT Specifications
Today NVIDIA unveils a new GPU, the 7800 GT. A younger brother of the latest GTX model, the GT offers a great mix of performance and a lower price. The XFX model we used in our review also comes pre-overclocked to top off the whole deal; and you can buy it now!
Introduction and Specifications
Asus has sent over its 955X motherboard solution for the new dual core Intel processors. Does it have enough to offer to make you want to upgrade that aging system of yours?
Introduction and Specifications
XFX has readied two spectacular GPUs for us today -- both of them overclocked right out of the box. The fastest GPU in the world lies inside!
The Centurion 530 enclosure is a mid-tower case that features elegant styling and quality construction similar to the popular, full-sized Cooler Master Stacker.
Introduction & Specs
ASRock delivers another AMD socket 754/939 motherboard, but this time both sockets are on board. You may be surprised to see what improves with upgrading to an FX-53 CPU and what doesn't.
The new Exos-2 Liquid Cooling System promises increased performance, advanced features and modern styling in a self-contained, easy to install, external chassis.
Intro & Specs
Want an AMD Socket 939 motherboard but can't afford the CPU? The ASRock K8 Upgrade 760GX might be what you're looking for by supporting both Socket 754 and Socket 939.
Cooler Master has again combined brute size with innovative engineering to produce a HSF that can deliver good performance with minimal noise.
The GeForce 7800 GTX
NVIDIA is ready with their next generation graphics chip, the G70 and we have the scoop on whether or not you'll want to spend your hard earned money on this GPU.
The Pentium D Processor
Intel released the Pentium D line up along with the Extreme Edition processor last month, but we are finally starting to see them for sale in the channel. Should you be looking at the low cost 820 for your next upgrade?
Introduction and VIA's Future
VIA had their annual technology forum held at the Hyatt in Taipei during the same period as Computex again this year, and some of the brightest minds in the industry were on hand to give us some thoughts on what they see in the future. Oh, and a 2.0 GHz dual core X2!
Introduction and Specificaions
Gigabyte was the first to our door with a retail board sporting the Intel 955X chipset for dual core setups. Does this board have what it takes to be in your next build?
Introduction and AMD Motherboards
Though we saw much more than just exhibits of Crossfire and C51, those were a couple of the highlights. Come read about what companies like MSI and Gigabyte had on display that impressed us this year.
The new COOL Water Cooling kit is easy to install and offers impressive cooling performance with minimal noise. However, an issue with the pump needs to be resolved before it will receive the market acceptance it deserves.
After the first day of Computex, three of AMD's executives sat down with a handful of press for a small Q&A session that covered some candid topics on Intel's products as well as their own.
ATI's CrossFire Announced
ATI has just announced their CrossFire multi-GPU technology. Can it stand up to the tidal wave of SLI support? While today is just a technology announcement, we'll have to wait until late June to see some parts.
The Athlon 64 X2 Processor
AMD is getting set to push their first dual core Athlon 64 X2 processors out to the world next month. How do they stand up to the Intel CPUs released last month? Are they going to be worth the extra cash they are asking for?