Rumors are flying that Samsung TCCD IC’s are no longer being produced and that enthusiasts need to stock up on memory modules. We take a look at the situation and go straight to the memory companies to see what is really going on. Read on to see if you should stock up on rations or ignore the press.
Today we talk with Kingston Technology the sales leader in SDRAM technology and Digital Media storage industries , as to their upcoming plans for 2005. We sit down with Heather Skinner, Kingston’s Public Relations Mananger and get insight from someone that has been in the memory industry for 13+ years. Read on to see what Heather has to say!
The ABIT RX600 Pro-GURU was the first card from ABIT that featured vGURU technology. Today we take a look at this card and see how it performs and give the vGURU software a test drive. It looks like vGURU is going to be a feature on many of ABIT’s upcoming cards, so we better get used to it!
On January 29th, Legit Reviews went out an supported a local LAN Party in the Gateway to the West: St. Louis, MO. This LAN was put on by the crew at WarFactory.net and we took the time to get to know our local readers! While we were there, we took the opportunity to find out what kind of hardware our local Missouri enthusiasts use.
Today we preview the latest in chipset technology from VIA covering their new PT 880 Pro, PT 894 and PT 894 Pro chipsets for the Pentium 4. These chipsets allow for AGP/PCIe graphics cards and DDR1/DDR2 memory to all be used on a single motherboard! If you want to upgrade your Intel system read on!
The question is simple… Should I use value memory or low latency memory in my gaming notebook? Legit Reviews has been getting asked this question and today deliver the results to the consumers. The results were shocking and something that everyone needs to know!
Today NVIDIA tightens their grasp on the AMD chipset market by adding to their nForce Professional product line. Today NVIDIA releases the nForce Professional 2200 and the nForce Professional 2050 for servers and workstations. Here we will give you a rundown of the new technology on these chipsets, as well as show you pictures of the reference board and Tyan’s new workstation boards that use these chipsets!
Kingston showed off their upcoming DDR2 memory today and it is rated at PC2-6000 (750MHz). The memory is not out on the market yet and Kingston says there is one major holdup… Lack of motherboards supporting memory frequencies.
With the release of numerous new Gaming titles like Doom III and Half-Life 2, we return to our video card stock pile, find the HIS X600 XT and decide to take it through our gauntlet of benchmarks. With a challenge from ASUS’ AGP 9600XT, the HIS PCI-E card shows what it could do in your new system!
OCZ Technology has come out with a new power supply series that we have been using since we built the Legit Reviews LAN Rig for Quakecon 2004 back in August. Three editors in three different states have used the same PSU and we are ready to give you our final thoughts on OCZ’s attempt to enter the PSU market.
Now that things have calmed down from CES, Rich posts his thoughts on his meetings with several hardware companies. He got a sneak peak at some upcoming products from Antec, Corsair and DFI. Read on to figure out what Rich saw and what he thinks about some upcoming products.
Thermaltake, a leader in heatsink technology for PC’s has introduced a new cooler for Socket-478, AMD K7, and K8. The POLO-735 Extreme 3 in 1 Cooler is a powerful all copper thin-finned unit. Mated with a powerful 80mm smart-fan, thermistor, and rheostat, all in an ergonomically friendly package.
While walking the floor at CES 2005 we bumped into the guys at Infinium Labs and got a chance to take a look at the Phantom. We took a few photos and asked some general questions about the Phantom. Read on and see what we figured out and our thoughts.
Corsair XMS Xpert Memory??? You better believe it! Corsair pulls out all the stops and has already launched their first product for 2005! We take a look at the modules and see what all makes the Xpert modules different from the Pro series.
Danger Den’s TDX was released almost a year ago. Its success was overwhelming, and it’s been cooling processors all over the world. Today we re-evalute this copper block, with its unique “channeled heat void” design, our catalyst, the P4 550. Is this the right block for you? Read on to find out!