With consumers needing bigger power supplies to power their new high end systems we are starting to see massive PSU’s hit the market. Today Legit Reviews takes a look at the Thermaltake Silent Purepower 680W PSU and checks out how it performs on our DFI nF4 Ultra board and AMD A64 3500+ CPU overclocked to 2.53GHz.
SkyHawk?s new PowerONE power supply strives to take on OCZ, Antec, and Fortron with a high wattage low cost solution. The best part is that saving money may not mean sacrificing quality. What can you get from this spanking new design? Well your going to have to read the review duh!
Legit Reviews recently had the opportunity to speak with Vivian Lien, Director of Marketing for DFI, San Jose. We ask what is going on at the motherboard monster and what can we expect from DFI in 2005. Vivian gives us her take on SLI, NForce 4, and talks about DFI possibly expanding their product line beyond high quality motherboards!
While walking around Intel’s Spring 2005 Developer Forum we spotted the 65nm Yonah processor up and running. Since Yonah is due out in 2006 it was unexpected, but a welcomed site to say the least. If you are interested in mobile hardware or the Dothan processors then this is a must read article!
TTGI USA (also known as Super Flower) became popular in Overclocking circles aproximately 3-years ago with the release of their TT-520SS 4-fan aluminum PSU. Enthusiast’s loved it’s stability, rail adjustment, and especially the price. Today we look at the TT-600K04 600W Modular PSU for the evolving BTX standard.
Today we talk with Kingston Technology the sales leader in SDRAM technology and Digital Media storage industries , as to their upcoming plans for 2005. We sit down with Heather Skinner, Kingston’s Public Relations Mananger and get insight from someone that has been in the memory industry for 13+ years. Read on to see what Heather has to say!
On January 29th, Legit Reviews went out an supported a local LAN Party in the Gateway to the West: St. Louis, MO. This LAN was put on by the crew at WarFactory.net and we took the time to get to know our local readers! While we were there, we took the opportunity to find out what kind of hardware our local Missouri enthusiasts use.
OCZ Technology has come out with a new power supply series that we have been using since we built the Legit Reviews LAN Rig for Quakecon 2004 back in August. Three editors in three different states have used the same PSU and we are ready to give you our final thoughts on OCZ’s attempt to enter the PSU market.
Now that things have calmed down from CES, Rich posts his thoughts on his meetings with several hardware companies. He got a sneak peak at some upcoming products from Antec, Corsair and DFI. Read on to figure out what Rich saw and what he thinks about some upcoming products.
While walking the floor at CES 2005 we bumped into the guys at Infinium Labs and got a chance to take a look at the Phantom. We took a few photos and asked some general questions about the Phantom. Read on and see what we figured out and our thoughts.
Danger Den’s TDX was released almost a year ago. Its success was overwhelming, and it’s been cooling processors all over the world. Today we re-evalute this copper block, with its unique “channeled heat void” design, our catalyst, the P4 550. Is this the right block for you? Read on to find out!
NVIDIA Editors’ Day Coverage!! It’s here, so if you weren’t there take a look and see what the the press crew was talking about. NVIDIA was busy in 2004 with the launch of the Geforce 6 series, PCI Express cards, MXM designs, and tons of other products. Read on to see what was talked about!
Now that Bluetooth phones are mainstream consumers can now use wireless headsets. That’s right… no need to plug this one into your phone! Today we take a look at a model from Motorola that combines class with functionality to take wireless technology to the next level.
As the digital world infiltrates the living room, silent operation becomes the key. More and more people are investing and building home theater PCs. Thermaltake has since released a power supply that is guaranteed to please even the stiffest of audiophiles when it comes to silent operation. The Thermaltake Silent PurePower Fan-less Power Supply sets the bar high when it comes to power, efficiency, and silent operation.
SunnyTech Mentor 3D 5.1 surround sound headphones bring a new level of realism to your gaming and multimedia experiences. These headphones are under $50 and make a great accessory for any audiophile! Read on to see what our staff thought of them and see if they are something you could use.