The AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ processor is the first 3GHz dual-core processor for the socket AM2 platform and is priced at half of what the 2.8GHz FX-62 cost when it was launched. We take a look at performance, power consumption and overclocking to give you a look at the big picture. Read on if you want to see how the Athlon 64 X2 6000+ stacks up to the competition.
ECS continues their trek of producing an enthusiast line of motherboards. Can they continue on that path with an Nvidia 680i based board? Legit Reviews finds out by taking a look at the ECS PN2 SLI2+ motherboard. Determined to push the PN2 SLI2+ to the limits we loaded it with the latest BIOS (P25) and ran it against other leading chipsets like the 975X and 650i!
The Targus Voice Recording Presenter with Laser Pointer incorporates four individual products into one small, convenient form factor. Functioning as a laser pointer, presenter, voice recorder and SD memory card reader, this compact product includes all of the features needed for a boardroom or classroom presentation. Read on as we use this device for classroom presentations and give our thoughts on this pointer!
Over the weekend Intel announced that they were able to produce an 80-core processor that is able to do trillions of calculations per second. This would make it the World’s first programmable processor to deliver Teraflops performance! How does this new research chip change the future of processors? Read on to find out what this research chip can do!
With todays introduction of GeForce 8800 GTS 320 MB graphics boards, the GeForce 8 Series line-up now offers e-tail price points ranging from $599 to $299. The only difference between the 640MB and 320MB 8800 GTS is the frame buffer size and price. The current GeForce 8800 GTS has a 640MB frame buffer, while the new card’s frame buffer is half that size. Read on to see if the 8800 GTS 320M is the right card for you.
Have you ever seen a setting called Trc in your motherboard’s advanced memory settings page? Today Legit Reviews looks at this parameter and what it means to system performance. By lowering the Trc value from 35 to 15 on a kit of Corsair PC2-10000C5 modules we were able to improve performance across the board. How much you ask? Read on to find out!
Today Legit Reviews takes a look at the new and improved water block from Swiftech, the Apogee GT. Continuing the line of high performing yet extremely affordable water blocks Swiftech claims the Apogee GT is the top block for keeping your Intel Kentsfield processor cool. Intel’s latest QX6700 quad core processors are said to benefit the most from the revised structure and we find out if this is true.
PC Power & Cooling has long been known for high-end quality power supplies that perform well and have the cost to prove it. Today we have a look at their Silencer 750 Power Supply to see if it is able to handle today’s high-end equipment. With the single 12V rail design that can handle 60A, this power supply might just have what it takes to be in your system!
Now that LR has installed Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit we can dive deeper into the new features of Vista. The ReadyBoost feature is only found in Windows Vista and allows you to use a USB key as virtual memory in order to enhance performance. This can improve small random I/O for people who lack the expansion slots, money, and or technical expertise to add additional RAM.
Our Forum readers have been raving about this Bluetooth headset so Legit Reviews decided to take this baby for a spin. See why we found that the EVOQ by Qstik is one of the best Bluetooth headsets on the market. Maybe it’s because Qstik has an in-house engineering team or maybe it’s the fact that this Bluetooth headset is the best that we have laid our hands on. Read on to get the low down on the EVOQ!
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!