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.
It is around this time at the start of a new year that people believe they can get off to a fresh beginning. While most people are running out getting gym memberships or buying magical patches to stop smoking, I took some time to reflect on 2006 and ponder what 2007 will hold for enthusiasts and gamers in the PC industry. Read on to check out the editorial ramblings if you dare.
Ultra Products, a global leader in technology solutions, today announces that it will unveil the world’s first 2000W ATX Power Supply Unit for the PC at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. We bring you some of the first available pictures of this beast and take a closer look at the number of rails and Amps that this power supply can handle!
Today we look at the Super Talent 2GB Mega Screen MP3 Player, which is Super Talents first attempt at the MP3 player market. Is this the MP3 Player for the iPod craver on a budget? With a built in FM tuner, OLED color display, lithium battery and simple button layout it just might be! Read on as we take a look at the 2GB white version to see if this is the MP3 Player is right for you.
Legit Reviews has all of the latest products from Everglide on the test bench and have spent a number of hours with their group of gaming products. The s-500 Headphones, The g-1000 Gaming Mouse and the TITAN Mouse pad are designed for hardcore gamers, but do they make the cut? We look and see if they are worthy of hitting the battlefield at full force. Read on to see if Ben was turned into one Ubar LEET gamer that owns all!
Today we look at Gennum’s nXZEN VoIP system that features advanced noise-cancelling Bluetooth headset with a Skype certified plug-n-play Bluetooth dongle. Does the nXZEN headset and dongle make for a perfect match for those looking for a one-stop-shop for cell phone and IP telephony? Read on and see if this wireless Bluetooth headset should be something on your holiday shopping list.
Too much hardware has been recently launched for Legit Reviews to benchmark in such a short period of time, so we took all the products and built one killer test machine with a price tag pushing north of $4,000. The hardware is the best money can by and this is one of the only articles on the web showing a pair of XFX GeForce 8800 GTX graphics cards running in SLI.
Today, Legit Reviews takes a look at Plantronics? upgrade of one of our favorite Bluetooth headsets. The Discovery 655 takes the best of the Discovery 640 and improves its functionality by incorporating a Digital Signal Processor. It weighs only 9 grams, but still provides up to 10 hours of talk time and includes a unique vibrate ring indicator. Is this a worthy upgrade? Read on to find out!
Last week Stanford University released a beta version of its Folding@Home client that runs on ATI’s Radeon X1900 and X1950 series graphics cards and today Legit Reviews takes a look at the new client. LR covers why to fold, how to fold on your GPU and how to speed up GPU folding by running 3D clock speeds on your video card. To top it all off LR announces a contest that will give out a couple of ATI Radeon X1900 series to a couple lucky people.
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.
Legit Reviews has been briefed by Corsair on the new Dominator series and today brings a number of the presentation slides to give you a better understanding of what this new high performance memory line is all about. We also get a chance to interview John Beekley and ask him some more questions to dig a little deeper. Sit back, relax and enjoy this fine read!
We recently had a chance to sit down with Tom Petersen, the technical marketing manager of the NVIDIA MCP group and find out what’s new and have him answer some of the questions that our readers have been asking. LR: So, what’s new? NV: Wow! That’s a loaded question! Seriously though, things have been crazy …more