Now that Legit Reviews has been doing system guides since the start of 2006 one of the most asked questions is how to put one of these systems together. We recently had a reader in the St. Louis area order in our March 2006 Do-It-Yourself Mainstream Intel System and we were there to document the build.
The Sapphire Radeon X1600 Pro has come down in price recently and Legit Reviews steps in to take a look at this sub $120 mainstream video card. Based on ATI’s Radeon X1600 core it features core clocks of 500MHz with a 12 pipeline architecture and GDDR3 memory IC’s rated at 800MHz. While all these fancy terms sound good on paper let’s see how it benchmarks!
Enhance your mobile life with Kingston’s 256MB microSD removable memory card. This versatile card expands the memory capacity of feature-rich mobile phones. Store more of your own collections of music, movies, video clips, pictures, ring tones and more. Read on as we cover the card and benchmark it against the SanDisk 256MB microSD card.
We evaluate another entry-level PC headset on the market today, the Altec Lansing AHS302usb. Have we finally found a legitimate low-cost headphone and microphone combo? With a behind-the-neck headband and noise-canceling microphone it might just be an option! Read on for the answer.
Today Legit Reviews takes a look at the XFX GeForce 7600 GT XXX Edition. This card is the fastest of FOUR GeForce 7600 GT models that XFX is selling and is clocked at 590MHz on the core and 1.6GHz on the memory. Read on and take a look at how the GeForce 7600 GT does against the ATI X1600 Pro and GeForce 6600GT!
ATI has recently released the Radeon X1800 GTO, which is a 12 pipe card (8 vertex pipes) based off the same R520 core found on the X1800XT processors. The clocks are rated 500/500MHz and the suggested retail price is set at $249. Come take a look at see if ATI’s more expensive solution is a threat to the GeForce 7600GT.
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.
Today Legit Reviews takes a look at the XFX GeForce 7900GTX 512MB DDR3 XXX Edition. This card is the fastest of FIVE GeForce 7900 GTX models that XFX is selling and is clocked at 700MHz on the core and 1.8GHz on the memory. We will also cover NVIDIA’s move to a 90nm process and look at GeForce 7900 versus the GeForce 7800 series.
The Western Digital SecureConnect SATA cable technology is designed to keep your cable in place and strengthens the drive-cable connection by more than 500%. We take a quick look at the SecureConnect, which is something that might make your life easier for under $10! Read on to see if you are using the right SATA cable.
Today we look at what seems to be a very popular headset for PC Gaming ? the Logitech Precision PC Gaming Headset. At a very affordable price, is this the set that will make you truly L337 when in use? With 40mm neodymium stereo drivers and in-line volume controls they look great on paper!
Today we take a look at a GeForce 6600 from Albatron that features 512MB of DDR2 memory, which is a unique for the GeForce 6600 GPU. With no SLI connector, no additional power header, and a single slot cooling solution this video card is designed to be in the mainstream consumers computer. Sit back and relax as we take a break from the high end cards to look at a more mainstream card, the Albatron GeForce 6600-512.
Engineered for ease of installation and outstanding price for performance, the new Nautilus 500 aims to replace standard air cooling and defines a new generation of watercooling solutions. Today Legit Reviews takes a look at the Nautilus 500 and checks out what $159 will get you today.
Today we take a look at one of Thermaltake’s modular implementations. The Purepower Power Station 520W PSU offers solid stability and improved modularity. With the power demands of today’s hardware, we show why it is important to upgrade the old sub-400 watt PSU with your next system upgrade.
Today we look at the Extreme N6600GT Silencer video card that features a totally silent cooling solution from ASUS. With sound and heat becoming major issues for many users ASUS has come out with a select number of video cards that feature 0db cooling solutions. Just how well could a silent video card perform while gaming? Take a look and see for yourself!
The Kingston TravelLite SD/MMC Reader is designed for today’s popular SD and MMC Flash memory cards and provides quick and easy transfer of data. With a thin profile and respectable read/write speeds the TravelLite might be the SD/MMC flash memory reader you need to take with you on the road.