ECS GF8200A Motherboard Review – GeForce 8200

ECS GF8200A Motherboard Review – GeForce 8200

The ECS GF8200A motherboard is part of the ECS Black Series and uses an NVIDIA GeForce 8200 single chipset in order to support 95W TDP AMD Phenom quad-core processors up to HT 5200 MT/s with Hyper Transport 3.0 technology links. The board also supports DDR2 1066MHz memory kits and features like GeForce Boost. With the economy doing poorly the need for budget boards is higher than ever and this board can be found for just $69.99 at Newegg.

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AeroCool AeroRacer Pro PC Case Review

AeroCool AeroRacer Pro PC Case Review

The AeroCool AeroRacer Pro PC Case is one of those cases you have to do a double take when looking at since it looks so unique. With a gigantic 400mm fan there is no doubt that the AeroRacer Pro Case is going to have good ventilation. With a tool-free design and a car-style ‘Engine Start’ power button will the AeroRacer Pro have the features you want or will it blow you away?

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SouthWing SF605 Bluetooth Car Kit Review

SouthWing SF605 Bluetooth Car Kit Review

The SouthWing SF605 Bluetooth car kit by SouthWing is an elegant solution to recent hands-free legislation passed in various states. Conversations are clear on both ends with noise and echo cancellation ensuring your words are heard on the other end along with a powerful built-in 2-Watt speaker so you can hear what is being said regardless of road noise. Read on to see if this Bluetooth device that just clips on your sun visor is right for you.

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Picking The Right Memory Kit For Intel Core i7 Platforms

Picking The Right Memory Kit For Intel Core i7 Platforms

Now that the new Intel Core i7 platform is on the market and consumers are looking into building systems for the holidays Legit Reviews takes a look at four different memory speeds to see if going with faster memory is worth the extra cost. We run the kits at 1066MHz, 1333MHz, 1600MHz and 1866MHz on five different benchmarks to see if any difference can be noticed by just changing the memory speed in the BIOS.

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Antec Veris Fusion Black HTPC Case Review

Antec Veris Fusion Black HTPC Case Review

For the many consumers looking to build that Home Theater PC this holiday season, be sure to check out the Antec Veris product line. The Veris Fusion Black offers an elegant, quiet and power efficient solution that makes this HTPC case stand out from the crowding market. Read on to see if the Antec Veris Fusion Black Media Center case is right for you!

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CyberPower Gamer Infinity GTX System Review

CyberPower Gamer Infinity GTX System Review

CyberPower is one of the leading computer system manufacturers here in the United States and today we look at their Gamer Infinity GTX PC system to see what it is all about. This is without a doubt a customized high-end gaming machine that has quality and power written all over it. With an Intel Core i7 965 processor inside that has been overclocked to 3.6GHz it is certain that this gaming PC is going to to be faster than any other system we have looked at.

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Tagan A+ Curbic Mid Tower Case Review

Tagan A+ Curbic Mid Tower Case Review

The Curbic is the latest mid tower chassis from Tagan and is part of their A+ case line. The Curbic is an entry level mid tower, but you can’t tell that with the sweet looking front mesh grill or side fan. Tagan designed this case to be friendly on the pocket book, but still packed with all the features you would expect in a top dollar case. Read on to see if the Tagan Curbic computer case can offer you want you want for under $60.

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AMD Phenom II X4 Processor Breaks 5GHz on LN2

AMD Phenom II X4 Processor Breaks 5GHz on LN2

AMD recently invited some key members of the press down to their Austin, Texas headquarters to take a look at Phenom II. This processor has been known under the code name ‘Deneb’ for many months now, but Phenom II is what the processor will be launched as. While we were at AMD they showed off overclocking performance of the Phenom II X4 processor and you’ll be shocked to see what they hit.

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Kingston HyperX DDR3 3GB 2GHz Triple-Channel Memory Kit Review

Kingston HyperX DDR3 3GB 2GHz Triple-Channel Memory Kit Review

Now that the Intel Core i7 family of processors is available for purchase it is time to start taking a look at various memory kits that have been designed just for the Intel Core i7 platform. One of the very first triple channel DDR3 memory kits that we got in to use on the Core i7 was the Kingston HyperX DDR3 2GHz triple channel memory kit. Read on to see how this performs and overclocks!

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Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler Review

Are you looking for a CPU cooler that performs as good as it looks? The Cooler Master V8 CPU cooler should be up to the task and is designed to handle up to 180 Watts, which is more than any CPU on the desktop market puts out. The V8 cooler has 4 separate set of aluminum fins and linked by 8 diagonal up-rise heat pipes. Will this be enough to make the Cooler Master V8 CPU Cooler one of the best?

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XFX GeForce GTX 260 Black Edition Video Card Review

XFX GeForce GTX 260 Black Edition Video Card Review

The XFX GeForce GTX 260 Black Edition video card is one sexy looking card, but how does it perform against the Radeon HD 4870? That is what we look at today with the latest and greatest video card from the gang over at XFX. With the latest GTX 260 Core 216 GPU this card is sure to give any graphics card a run for the money! Read on to see how it performs and overclocks!

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Oakley O ROKR Pro Bluetooth Sunglasses Review

Oakley O ROKR Pro Bluetooth Sunglasses Review

The O ROKR Pro is the latest in the Sport Performance line of eyewear from Oakley and Motorola. O ROKR Pro wirelessly streams digital music, and even lets you control the music wirelessly. Just use the buttons on the frame to select songs on your Bluetooth Stereo-enabled mobile phone or your iPod equipped with an ODIO iA50 Bluetooth adapter. Read on to see what we think of these Bluetooth Sunglasses after spending a few weeks outside in California with them!

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Movie Playback on the BlackBerry Bold Using Badaboom

Movie Playback on the BlackBerry Bold Using Badaboom

The recently released BlackBerry Bold here in the United States, features a half-VGA (480×320 pixel) resolution Transmissive TFT LCD display that is perfect for watching movies on. Read on as Legit Reviews gives you a guide on how to transcode DVD movies to work on the BlackBerry Bold using a program called Badaboom. Badaboom uses both the GPU and CPU for transcoding, so check it out!

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AMD Announces Stream Computing Will Be Mainstream

AMD Announces Stream Computing Will Be Mainstream

AMD has been talking about CPU and GPU ‘fusion’ for many months now as they believe using both a processor and a graphics card is the way of the future. Today that reality has come one step closer with the announcement of a new technology brand called ATI Stream. Read on to see what ATO Stream Technology is all about and what Radeon HD 4000 series owners will be getting for free.

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Smooth Creations LANShark Gaming System Review

Smooth Creations LANShark Gaming System Review

A break from the ordinary, we take a look at a complete PC gaming system with custom airbrushed artwork, Intel Quad core processor, and 4870 1GB in CrossFire. Tired of everyone having the same computer case as you? Smooth Creations has a high quality solution. The Smooth Creations LANShark was designed to be the Ultimate LAN party system and with a custom painted 16″ acrylic case and two ATI Radeon HD 4870 1GB graphics cards in CrossFire it will make your buddies smack talk stop dead in their tracks.

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