The A8R32-MVP Deluxe motherboard supports dual PCI Express x16 slots running at full speed to liberate ATI graphics cards through ATI’s CrossFire Xpress 3200 chipset. To help overclockers the board comes with Q-Fan2 and Stack Cool2 to ensure quiet yet efficient cooling. With ASUS claiming that this board shows off the real potential of the ATI CrossFire Xpress 3200 chipset, Legit Reviews takes a look and finds out they might be right!
Today, we take a look a 2GB kit of PC2-6400 Low Latency memory, which is one of the most recent additions in Kingston’s HyperX series. Kingston’s KHX6400D2LLK2/2G kit consists of two low-latency DDR2 800MHz modules that operate at 4-4-4-12 memory timings. Read on to see how this kit performs our on Intel test platform.
Today Legit Reviews brings you our thoughts on EIGHT power supplies that we tested on two top shelf gaming AMD and Intel gaming platforms to see which ones can hang our torture test. While ATI and Nvidia have their approved power supplies our testing found that some of their approved models couldn’t make the cut. Read on and see which THREE power supplies don’t pass.
While entering in the doors of The World Series of Video Games we walked right into the booth of ATI and saw some Conroe systems up and running with Intel E6700 processors. We sat down with the builder of one of those systems and see what All American Computer has to say about their PureXS Conroe PC systems.
With the arrival of AMD’s AM2 processors, does it make any sense to buy a new s939 board? After the recent AMD pricing changes the ‘old’ 939 processors pack a great price versus performance value on a mature platform. The question we answer in this review today is, “Is the abit AT8 32X the board to buy if you are staying with s939?”
The Oakley Thump Sunglasses were the world?s first digital music eyewear and the Oakley Thump 2 series have a new design with the option of even greater memory capacity. Today Legit Reviews takes the Oakley Thump 2’s out for a test drive in Sanata Monica and escape from behind the desk for a bit!
At the start of 2006 Intel launched their Common Building Blocks (CBB) program for whitebook computers and today Legit Reviews takes a look at how far Intel has come after the program has been around for nearly six months. If you are a system builder or a DIY enthusiast you might want to take a closer look at the 11 notebook models that are in the CBB program!
Today NVIDIA unleases a new monster out on the video card market and while it has two GPU’s do not dare call this card SLI. With two GeForce 7-series graphics cores and 1GB of total memory this card is a beast on paper yet not power hungry. Read on and take a look at what XFX has done on their 7950GX2!
Ever wish you could upgrade you video card in a laptop like you can your desktop? Well, you can… sort of! Take a look and see what we did with the Dell e1705 Laptop. Jason Petermann took his personal laptop and opened it up to show you how to upgrade to an NVIDIA 7800Go graphics solution. A must read for Dell e1705 notebook users.
The Antec P150 Quiet PC Case is one of the latest cases in Antec’s Performance 1 series and packs a mean punch for under $115. With a modular 430-Watt Neo HE power supply, sound-deadening panels, a selectable 3-speed 120mm case fan and good looks the P150 might be what you are searching for.
Today we take a look at NVIDIA’s new ForceWare Release 90 v91.28 BETA drivers and takk a look at the latest control panel from NVIDIA. Featuring innovative multimedia, application, and display management, as well as gaming features this is worth a look. Come take a look at what these beta drivers look like and see if it is something you want to ty out!
The ECS C-19A is the first board from ECS that formally supports NVIDIA’s SLI Technology in Intel platforms. With 8-CH Intel High Definition Audio, DDR2 667MHz memory support and support for the latest 1066MHz front side bus Intel dual-core Pentium D processors this ~$80 motherboard packs serious bang for the buck.
Now that AMD’s AM2 processors have been unleased into the wild, AMD users now have to make the transition over to DDR2 memory as DDR1 modules will no longer do the job needed. Today we take a look at 667MHz versus 800MHz modules, different memory timings, and a 2GB kit versus a 4GB kit of low latency memory. We managed to increase DOOM 3 performance by nearly 19 percent as a result.
AMD today launched their new socket AM2 platform for desktop users. The Socket AM2 from AMD is designed to enable next-generation platform innovations such as AMD Virtualization and high-performance, unbuffered DDR2 memory to the award-winning AMD64 architecture. Read on to take a look at what the changes are and how it will impact your purchases.
The Super Talent T800UX2GC4 memory kit is a 2GB memory kit that is rated to operate at 800MHz with 4-4-3-8 timings. With upcoming AMD chipsets like the nForce 590 SLI supporting 800MHz DDR2 memory now is the time to start taking a look at various DDR2 brands! Read on as we introduce Super Talent for the first time and look at their memory.