Arctic Cooling unveiled a few new products at CES and we were able to get a look at a prototype product as well. Legit Reviews was able to take a sneak peak at an upcoming active RAM cooler that will be out next month if all goes as planned. We also have the scoop on the Freezer Extreme CPU Cooler, so read on and take a look.
The 2008 International CES is not disappointing this year and awesome products can be found at every booth! Art Lebedev is showing off their highly anticipated OLED Optimus Maximus keyboard. Read on to find out what all you can do with this keyboard and if this product will fit the bill. If you are ready to look at a $462.27 keyboard, then this article is for you.
Intel is unveiling 16 new 45nm processors this morning at CES and Legit Reviews brings you the scoop as to what they are and more importantly what the MSRP on each one. The dual-core 45nm series is lead by the 3.16GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor and the quad-core 45nm series now has the 2.83GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Processor QX9550 at the helm. Read on to see which of these 16 new processors could be in your next system.
Legit Reviews looks at new Hybrid SLI-capable products from NVIDIA! Included is the NVIDIA nForce 780a SLI, nForce 750a SLI, and nForce 730a media and communication processors (MCPs) for AMD CPUs, which will be released next month, as well as the new GeForce 8200—the industry’s first micro-ATX motherboard solution with an onboard Microsoft DirectX 10-compliant motherboard GPU.
Kingston has just added four new flash drives to their DataTraveler product line. The 110, 400, Style & HyperX DataTravelers each come in a variety of capacities. Read on to get the scoop of what these flash drives will offer and pricing!
SanDisk Corporation was showing off a 72-gigabyte (GB), 1.8-inch solid state drive (SSD) as a drop-in replacement for the standard mechanical hard disk drive that will be available in mobile products later this year. Read on to take a look at this small SATA drive!
To kick off our 2008 International CES coverage, Alienware has showcased a Curved Seamless Display! Sporting a resolution of 2880 x 900 with a .02ms refresh rate, this display is geared primarily towards gamers. Read on to see what we know about this monster monitor!
Armed with four 2GB kits of DDR3 memory running at 1800MHz we set off to do our second DDR3 roundup to show those that are building a DDR3 powered enthusiast systems which modules stand out from the crowd. Corsair Memory, Kingston Technology, OCZ Technology and Super Talent all sent out 2GB kits for us to try out and that is exactly what we did using the latest Intel QX9770 processor on the Intel X38 Express powered ASUS P5E3 Deluxe Motherboard!
Bigger and better than the rest, the P190 has room to handle even the biggest hardware: Extended ATX, multiple graphics cards, quad-core processors, and liquid cooling are all no problem for the P190. Powering all your hardware in this case is the unique 1200W Neo-Link dual power supply system. Read on to see if this new offering from Antec’s performance series is what you need for your next system. With Intel SkullTrail platforms coming out soon this case might be perfect for it!
With Digital SLR cameras coming down in price, many consumers are looking at these cameras versus the old point and shoot style. Many of the new digital SLR cameras don’t come with a memory card, so consumers purchasing a SLR camera will also need to pick up a memory card. Read on as Legit Reviews takes the Kingston 8GB Ultimate 266x CompactFlash card for a test drive.
Nothing goes better with digital media than an external reader for your desktop or laptop at home or on the road. Kingston’s Media Reader opens a direct gateway between your digital media and a USB port by simply using expandable storage cards to move photos, music, data and more between devices and eliminating the need to carry cables to connect multiple devices. Read on to see how the new Kingston 19-in-1 media reader performs compared to previous generations!
Innovation, Dissapointment and Shock Best Innovation: Intel 45nm Processors Just a eleven days into 2007, Legit Reviews began to cover Intel and their move to the 45nm process. While at dinner on January 11th, 2007 we got word that Intel had booted 45nm processors and was already running Windows XP! A few days later Intel CEO Paul …more
With the release of AMD Phenom processors, manufactures have been ramping up production of compatible chipsets to support the new CPU. Following suite, ECS released the A770M-A motherboard, which is their mainstream offering for socket AM2+. It based on AMD 770 Chipset with SB600, and equipped with new technologies like PCI-E Gen 2 and HT 3.0. Read on to see if this board is right for you!
The AMD 790FX chipset is the latest enthusiast chipset from AMD and for our first 790FX review we bring you the ASUS M3A32-MVP Deluxe motherboard. This socket AM2+ motherboard supports the latest Phenom X4/X2 processors as well as the Athlon 64 X2 series. With four PCIe x16 slots for ATI CrossFireX support this is one killer board. Read on to see if the ASUS M3A32-MVP Deluxe motherboard should be on the list for your next AMD based system.
When AMD was briefing the media about Phenom at their launch event they mentioned that a fix was in the works for one of the hundreds of erratums that the Phenom processor has. All processors have glitches and they are documented and given a erratum number. Read on to see why erratum 298 made the news and if it is anything to worry about!