Everyone wants to see Vista information and today Legit Reviews completes our installation of Windows Vista Ultimate on one of our personal machines that is running a RAID Array. Follow through as we have over 19 pictures that will walk you through installation of the 32-bit version of Vista Ultimate! This is a must read for anyone that is thinking of installing Windows Vista.
Intel has recently demonstrated high-k + metal gate transistor breakthroughs on 45nm microprocessors and while Legit Reviews didn’t get to see it in person we have been in contact with Intel following the developments that took place this week in California. If you’re interested in Intel’s 45nm Penryn family of processors and what the future holds for Intel this is a must read!
Highly regarded as some of the best gaming devices on the market, Razer has released a new version of their popular Diamondback Mouse – this time in killer Acid Green. Is it worth an upgrade? With an optical engine powered by Razer Precision and 1600 DPI it just might be if your current mouse isn’t any better. Read onto find out if your mouse is in need of an update!
The Kingston K-PEX 100 portable media player gives you the ability to make sure that your favorite music videos, recorded TV shows, photos, music or FM radio show is with you all the time. With a 2″ brilliant TFT color LCD screen and a high speed USB 2.0 connection for drag-and-drop file moving could the K-PEX be your own personal theater? Read on to find out!
Logitech has been one of the first names you think about when you look for a solid keyboard and mouse combination. Today, we look at their latest offering to immediately satisfy Vista users who want to go cordless. Will their latest effort be worth it for those still deciding on Vista? Read on to find out what LR thinks of this Logitech combo!
Legit Reviews recently looked at the top AMD QuadFX platform running FX-74 processors and was left wondering what a pair of FX-70 processors could do for less money. We got in the ‘budget’ QuadFX processors and did what any end user would do once they got them – overclock them to the max. We turned these 2.6GHz processors into 3.1GHz beasts, but was it enough for them to catch up to the Intel QX6700?
Today Legit Reviews looks at the XFX 8800 GTX ‘XXX’ edition, which is an overclocked 8800 GTX that comes with clock frequencies of 630MHz on the GPU and 2.0GHz memory. The reference design provided by Nvidia runs on a 575 MHz GPU and 1.8 MHz memory clock. We compare the XFX 8800 GTX to 18 other PCIe video cards and see how it performs against our other test cards.
The next must-have computer accessory is here. The CoolIT USB Beverage Chiller is said to keep your beverage chilled thanks to a TEC cooler that is built inside. Just seconds after plugging the chiller into your computer’s USB port, the coldplate chills to 45 degrees Fahrenheit, the perfect temperature for keeping your beverage chilled. Legit Reviews puts the CoolIT USB Beverage Chiller to the test and makes sure it works.
Asus has long been a major player in the motherboard market in every segment you can think of. Their name has long been a favorite with the enthusiast crowd. Can they continue the trend with this motherboard? Can the ASUS P5N-E SLI motherboard compete with the top 680i SLI boards that are out? ASUS claims that the P5N-E SLI has the best cost versus performance ratio of all dual VGA motherboards on the market. Read on and find out if they are right!
Day three at CES included meetings with numerous companies and LR brings you some great coverage from the likes of Antec, Zalman, FSP Group and ECS Elitegroup. LR starts with Antec’s 1200W P190 computer case, Zalman’s 3D LCD, FSP’s small 1000W PSU and the latest in hardware from ECS. Read on to see what these companies are up to!
Our second full day at CES included meetings with numerous companies and LR brings you some great coverage of Sapphire, ASUS, Cooler Master, CoolIT and Mushkin’s latest products in our day two article. With external GPU’s, the talk of quad-Crossfire, 4GB memory kits and killer cooling day two was full of hardware that is sure to impact your PC in 2007.
With CES 2007 running full steam ahead in Las Vegas, Legit Reviews has been running around the show trying to bring you what we think are the highlights of the event for computer enthusiasts. To start out our coverage we bring you Intel with their 4X4 ‘V8’ system that was running a pair of quad-core Intel Xeon processors that brought the total cores in the system to eight.
Corsair just minutes ago unveiled the new TWIN2X2048-10000C5DF DOMINATOR memory kits. Designed for overclocking enthusiasts, the memory runs at a frequency of 1250MHz, thus making it the world’s highest frequency production ready memory. we bring you some of the first pictures of the PC2-10000 modules and performance numbers with the kit running 1312MHz!
Ever seen a mass produced carbon fiber computer case? The answer is no, because carbon fiber has only been used as “trim” in the PC industry. For the first time a standard size ATX computer case has come to market that is made almost entirely of carbon fiber! Ultra Products is back at it again and Legit Reviews brings you the exclusive first pictures of this carbon fiber chassis!
This years Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has yet to kick off, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t post highlights from Vegas yet! OCZ Technology has a ton of new products coming out soon and today we look at one of the first standard sized 1000W power supplies known as the ProXStream and an interesting CPU water block called the SilverArray that uses silver rods to improve water cooling performance.