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!
Not much has been going right for AMD in recent weeks, but I’m happy to say one of the most popular benchmarks used in testing processors wasn’t ready for Phenom when the media hacked apart the poor processor apart on launch day. It seems SiSoftware Sandra XII was not correctly optimized for the Phenom processors! The latest update of Sisoftware Sandra has the right optimization set and ready to go. See what the difference makes for the memory bandwidth score!
This week NVIDIA introduced the company’s next-generation NVIDIA nForce 780i SLI media and communications processor (MCP), designed specifically for 1333FSB Intel QX9650 (Yorkfield) processors. The new nForce 780i SLI MCP brings support for 45nm quad-core processors, PCI Express Gen 2.0. 1200MHz DDR2 memory and more. Read on to see how the board performs with the latest in hardware technology!
The Ultra m998 is an all aluminum midtower with a classic styling on the outside, but is packed with new technology on the inside. The Ultra m998 offers 11 drive bays, along with front eSATA, Firewire, and USB audio ports all in a 1.5mm thick aluminum case. Is the m998 as tough as the military truck its named for? Read on to find out how the Ultra m998 does in our testing.
Ever wish you could get a guaranteed level of success from your memory modules? Do you have a desire to get into overclocking, but just lack the confidence to get started? Never fear, Intel is here! Intel has been pushing a new feature that allows DDR manufacturers to save preprogrammed overclocked settings into the SPD. When the modules are used with a certified motherboard, you know right away that you can squeeze every ounce of performance out of your gear!
AMD is announcing their upcoming Hybrid CrossFire technology today in New York during their financial analyst day, which is aimed at improving gaming graphics at lower price points. What makes this announcement even more exciting is the fact that they are showing off upcoming test system with the 780G chipset and Radeon HD 3450 video cards! Check it out!
NVIDIA is launching another video card based off the ever popular G92 GPU this morning! The GeForce 8800 GTS 512 MB is the latest video card in the NVIDIA line-up and is available in the $299-$349 price range. The new GeForce 8800 GT 512MB video card has 128 stream processors, support for PCI Express 2.0, dual-link HDCP support, and the second-generation PureVideo HD engine!
The Cooler Master GeminII has been around for some time, but just recently they have been available free after rebate. We ordered one of these coolers in from Newegg just to see how a free cooler does compared to the reference cooler that comes with Intel Core 2 Duo processors. With the ability to run two 120mm fans at the same time this is by far one of the largest heat sinks we have ever taken a look at. Read on and see how our free Cooler Master GemniII performs!
There is no doubt about it, the GeForce 8800 GT is the fastest selling card that NVIDIA has ever produced. The GeForce 8800 GT 512MB video card series fills the $199-$259 price points, but what about those that want to spend less and still have all the same features? NVIDIA didn’t forget about you guys and has just recently released the GeForce 8800 GT 256MB video card that is aimed at the $179-$199 price points. Will cutting the memory in half ruin performance or create a budget killer?