Building Your Own Intel Core Duo Gaming Notebook

Building Your Own Intel Core Duo Gaming Notebook

With the popularity of whitebook notebooks on the rise we stop at take a look at the Clevo M57U (also under the name Sager 5760) gaming noteook. With a super glossy 17″ widescreen, a GeForce 7900GTX graphics card, and the Intel Core Duo processor this notebook screams game on me! Read on as we compare it to the whitebook we built last year.

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NVIDIA Brings SLI Graphics To Notebook PCs

NVIDIA Brings SLI Graphics To Notebook PCs

NVIDIA Corporation today launched SLI Notebook PCs for the first time ever and we show you some exclusive images of the inside of one of these new notebooks. With two GeForce Go 7800 GTX insides these SLI Notebooks can run extreme HD resolutions of up to 1920×1200 with ease. Just don’t expect much battery life with these notebooks.

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ATI Mobility Radeon X1600 GPU Preview

ATI Mobility Radeon X1600 GPU Preview

When ATI launched the Mobility Radeon X1600 PCIe graphics card today they easily beat the dated nVidia GeForce Go 6600 in gaming benchmarks. We have had a chance to take a look at the ASUS A7G notebook with the Mobility Radeon X1600 128MB video card and give you our thoughts as always.

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ASUS Z63A Whitebook Laptop Review

ASUS Z63A Whitebook Laptop Review

Today we bring you a special treat. We hooked one of our forum members with all the latest hardware and told him to find a notebook chassis that he wanted to build. He got the parts, ordered the notebook, and wrote up an article on his experience. Read on to find out how a first timer built his first notebook.

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How To Build  A Sonoma Notebook

How To Build A Sonoma Notebook

Building a notebook computer has never been easier and Legit Reviews shows you how to build a Sonoma Notebook. An average computer enthusiast can assemble a whitebox notebook chassis in less than 15 minutes and can cut the cost of ordering a pre-built notebook in half.

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DDR1 Versus DDR2 Notebook Memory

DDR1 Versus DDR2 Notebook Memory

When DDR2 came out on Desktop computers to replace DDR1 many enthusiasts saw lower performance numbers across the board. Today Legit Reviews looks at the latest Sonoma platform from Intel and figures out if DDR2 is good or bad for notebooks. If you are a mobile user or interested in memory read on!

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ATI Brings Catalyst Drivers To Mobile Users

ATI Brings Catalyst Drivers To Mobile Users

For years notebook enthusiasts and gamers suffered with poor graphics drivers. ATI today proved that although it took a numbers of years to address the problem all the gripes did not fall on deaf ears. CATALYST Mobility drivers have come and will on a monthly basis!

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Pentium M on your Socket 478 platform: Part 2

Pentium M on your Socket 478 platform: Part 2

The ASUS CT-479 CPU Upgrade Kit is a newly launched solution that brings the quiet and cool performance of the Intel Pentium M Socket 479 notebook processor onto ASUS? Socket 478 desktop motherboards. Read on and take a look and see what the future holds for Pentium M lovers.

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Pentium M on your Socket 478 platform

Pentium M on your Socket 478 platform

The ASUS CT-479 CPU Upgrade Kit is a newly launched solution that brings the quiet and cool performance of the Intel Pentium M Socket 479 notebook processor onto ASUS? Socket 478 desktop motherboards. Read on and take a look and see what the future holds for Pentium M lovers.

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Notebook Memory Options

Notebook Memory Options

The question is simple… Should I use value memory or low latency memory in my gaming notebook? Legit Reviews has been getting asked this question and today deliver the results to the consumers. The results were shocking and something that everyone needs to know!

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ATI’s Mobility X300 & X800 Arrive

ATI’s Mobility X300 & X800 Arrive

ATI is announcing the Mobility Radeon X800 and the budget Mobility Radeon X300 today. Also known as the M28 and M22 these mobile GPU’s enter ATI into the PCI Express market for notebooks with low & high end mobile PCI Express solutions. Does the X800 perform up to par? How does 90+ FPS in Half-Life 2 sound at 1024×768!?!

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Building A Whitebox Notebook: Part 3

Building A Whitebox Notebook: Part 3

We have already shown you what you need to do in order to build a notebook. Now we walk you through installing Windows XP, updating the BIOS, desktop video card drivers, and overclocking the video card. We have managed to take a great notebook that gets 38FPS on DOOM 3 to a notebook that gets 52FPS after we get done with it. Without touching the Processor!!

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Building a Whitebox Notebook: Part 2

Building a Whitebox Notebook: Part 2

Introduction: In Part 1 of our three part notebook series we showed what pieces were needed to build your own “custom” notebook. Once you get all the pieces for your notebook you then just have to put it together! While many DIY (Do-It-Yourself) users may feel overwhelmed building a notebook — it is really quite …more

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Building A Whitebox Notebook: Part 1

Building A Whitebox Notebook: Part 1

Can I build my own laptop? ASUS M6N “Whitebox Notebook” Open ASUS M6N Side View Closed For years the only way to buy a notebook computer was to buy a bundled notebook from a major company. This means that you are likely to get all the features you do not want and none that ones …more

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