Our final day of exclusive Computex 2007 coverage uncovers some very interesting products being introduced by ASUS, Thermaltake, and VIA. We were the last reporter standing on this closing day of the conference and were privileged enough to get an inside peek on some great new products. Once again, this is a must read for hardware enthusiasts.
With the latest computer hardware being shown off at Computex 2007, it’s been a busy week in Taiwan trying to see everything that is coming out. Today we take a look at what Gigabyte, PC Power & Cooling, OCZ Technology, Super Talent and Antec are up to and talk about their latest and greatest products. This is a must read for all those that love new hardware!
With the latest computer hardware being shown off at Computex 2007, it’s been a busy week in Taiwan trying to see everything that is coming out. Today we take a look at what ECS, HIS, MSI, Kingston, CoolIT, Enermax and Thermalright are up to and talk about their latest and greatest products. This is a must read for all those that love new hardware!
For years the CeBIT trade show has set the stage for unveiling exciting, futuristic technology and this year is no different. OCZ Technology has demonstrated the NIA (Neural Impulse Actuator) which is an innovative input device that takes is the next step towards a full integration of central and peripheral nerve activity into controlling personal computers. Read on to see if this device might be something that will change the way you use your PC.
Day three at CES included meetings with numerous companies and LR brings you some great coverage from the likes of Antec, Zalman, FSP Group and ECS Elitegroup. LR starts with Antec’s 1200W P190 computer case, Zalman’s 3D LCD, FSP’s small 1000W PSU and the latest in hardware from ECS. Read on to see what these companies are up to!
Our second full day at CES included meetings with numerous companies and LR brings you some great coverage of Sapphire, ASUS, Cooler Master, CoolIT and Mushkin’s latest products in our day two article. With external GPU’s, the talk of quad-Crossfire, 4GB memory kits and killer cooling day two was full of hardware that is sure to impact your PC in 2007.
With CES 2007 running full steam ahead in Las Vegas, Legit Reviews has been running around the show trying to bring you what we think are the highlights of the event for computer enthusiasts. To start out our coverage we bring you Intel with their 4X4 ‘V8′ system that was running a pair of quad-core Intel Xeon processors that brought the total cores in the system to eight.
Corsair just minutes ago unveiled the new TWIN2X2048-10000C5DF DOMINATOR memory kits. Designed for overclocking enthusiasts, the memory runs at a frequency of 1250MHz, thus making it the world’s highest frequency production ready memory. we bring you some of the first pictures of the PC2-10000 modules and performance numbers with the kit running 1312MHz!
Ever seen a mass produced carbon fiber computer case? The answer is no, because carbon fiber has only been used as “trim” in the PC industry. For the first time a standard size ATX computer case has come to market that is made almost entirely of carbon fiber! Ultra Products is back at it again and Legit Reviews brings you the exclusive first pictures of this carbon fiber chassis!
This years Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has yet to kick off, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t post highlights from Vegas yet! OCZ Technology has a ton of new products coming out soon and today we look at one of the first standard sized 1000W power supplies known as the ProXStream and an interesting CPU water block called the SilverArray that uses silver rods to improve water cooling performance.
Today we cover some of the companies that Legit Reviews works with and brings you an update on what they had to show at IDF this time around. With companies presenting overclocking workshops and showing off upcoming products at their booths there was a bunch of friendly faces at the show! Legit Reviews is already looking forward for the next Intel Developer Forum!
Intel showed off their Intel D975XBX2 ‘Bad Axe 2′ motherboard BIOS and did some overlocking with the upcoming Intel Core 2 Quad QX6700 processor here at IDF and Legit Reviews was on hand taking the exclusive shots of the presentation while it happened. If you know that Bad Axe is the code name for Intel’s enthusiast motherboard then this article is a must read.
During the opening keynote speach Intel CEO Paul Otellini discussed in some detail the company?s plan for delivering the industry?s first quad core processors for PCs and high-volume servers. The first processor, targeted at gamers and content creators, will be shipped in November and be called the Intel Core 2 Extreme quad-core processor.
IDF officially opens today, but that hasn’t stopped Legit Reviews from finding things to write about the day before the show opens. With Intel Quad-Core systems powered by Intel Core 2 Extreme processor QX6700′s all over the place we were able to have our cake and eat it too. We also had a chance to see the latest build of Futuremarks upcoming benchmark called Ice Storm Fighters.