It is around this time at the start of a new year that people believe they can get off to a fresh beginning. While most people are running out getting gym memberships or buying magical patches to stop smoking, those in the tech industry find themselves trekking out the first week of the year to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Today Intel launched the Intel Pentium Processor Extreme Edition 955 and we take it out for the initial test drive. We take a look at the features, pricing, temperatures, power consumption and of course overclocking. Does Intel’s next generation have want it takes? Read on for our introduction to the next generation Intel Processor.
While the ATI X1800 XL is a very fast video card by today’s standards there is always need for more speed and that leads to overclocking. Today we overclock an X1800 XL with the goal of catching up with the higher priced X1800 XT video card. Read on to see how our overclocking trial went.
Today we look at the nXZEN Plus Bluetooth headset, which features the world’s most powerful digital signal processor (DSP) available in any Bluetooth headset. With 120 mips of digital processing power this is a headset that should make PC enthusiasts think about overclocking their bluetooth devices. Well maybe not, but read on for the full review.
Today we have an editorial by Nathan Kirsch on the future of computer memory and what he believes is the right memory for you. With Windows Vista due out in 2006 and time running out in 2005 his recommendations for system memory has changed for professional users, gamers, and enthusiasts. Read on to see what made him change his mind.
Want to enhance your audio experience while gaming, watching movies, or just listening to music? The Buttkicker Gamer provides a vibration to your office chair in sync with the low frequency sounds. So you will be able to feel the bass while fragging, watching your favorite action scene, or listening to your song of choice! Check out this article to find out what we thought of the Buttkicker Gamer.
Today we are taking a look at the latest and greatest video cards that ATI has to offer. We benchmark five of today’s most played games and give you the results to see what card performs at your desired level of performance. We also toss in some nVidia GeForce 6 and GeForce 7 series cards to give you the big picture. Read on to see which ATI card fits your budget and needs.
The DFI LANParty UT RDX200 CF-DR motherboard is the first board that is CrossFire certified by ATI and designed by the legendary Oskar Wu. The RDX200 is aimed at the enthusiast, but did they hit the mark? If you are in the market for a high-end AMD socket 939 motherboard read on to see if the RDX200 has what it takes!
Want a simple way of testing to see if your ATX power supply is good? If you do then you want to take a look at our article on the Antec ATX 12V Power Supply Tester! We take a look at a simple device to tell you if a PSU is good or not. Read on to see if the $20 device is right for you.
When ATI launched the Mobility Radeon X1600 PCIe graphics card today they easily beat the dated nVidia GeForce Go 6600 in gaming benchmarks. We have had a chance to take a look at the ASUS A7G notebook with the Mobility Radeon X1600 128MB video card and give you our thoughts as always.
Today we take a look at Kingstons new USB 2.0 Hi-speed 15-in-1 Reader that support 15 popular types of Flash memory cards. If you are looking for a sub-$20 holiday stocking stuffer this might be a perfect gift to go along with all those flash memory devices you just bought!
Today Legit Reviews takes a look at not one, but three different 2GB memory kits from Corsair. With kits that fit every need from tight timings at DDR400 to exceptional overclocking at DDR500, Corsair has something for everyone. Read on to see which is the right 2GB memory kit for you!
Legit Reviews has recently had the opportunity to look at seven PC2-6400 memory kits from some of the most popular enthusiast brand lines here in North America. Our Seven DDR2-800 kits came from A-DATA, Corsair, Crucial, Kingston, Mushkin, OCZ and SyncMAX. While all three brands are rated at 800MHz, this is where the similarities end.
When most people think of LAN parties they think of gaming with friends or paying to play games. Recently a St. Louis LAN party was able to something a bit different. They raised over $2100 for katrina victims by hosting a chairty LAN. Read on and see how this small group of gamers was able to make a difference.
Today we bring you a special treat. We hooked one of our forum members with all the latest hardware and told him to find a notebook chassis that he wanted to build. He got the parts, ordered the notebook, and wrote up an article on his experience. Read on to find out how a first timer built his first notebook.