256mb Kingston PC-3500

256mb Kingston PC-3500

Introduction: We have spent the past three weeks testing and finding out what this memory is all about. Today, I am glad to release our results that came directly from hours of gaming, multimedia applications, and 24 hour use seven days a week at speeds in excess of DDR 400. Today’s review is looking at …more

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MSI Ti4600-VT2D8X

MSI Ti4600-VT2D8X

Introduction: The Ti-4800 is now on the market looking for buyers. Yup, you heard that correctly, and you are probably thinking: What the heck is a GeForce4 Ti 4800? The Ti4800 is also known as the NV28. Still haven’t heard of it? This GPU was recently released from nVidia, but received little press due to …more

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Prescott Temperatures Examined

Prescott Temperatures Examined

Introduction: We didn’t mention specifics about temperatures in our original Prescott review since we wanted to test a number of cooling solutions. We thought you’d like to see a number of cooling solutions rather than just the one we used on our test system! We first noted an issue with heat when running the 3.2GHz …more

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nVidia and FutureMark’s 3DMark03

nVidia and FutureMark’s 3DMark03

Introduction Unless you have been out of the loop recently, you probably have heard of a new rise in the battle between nVidia graphics drivers and their use with 3DMark03. Let me give you the brief story: On January 19th, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I received an email from FutureMark asking that I kindly …more

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MSI Ti4200-TD8X64

MSI Ti4200-TD8X64

Introduction: This is the MSI Ti-4200-TD8X64 which is one of MSI’s new 64mb Nvidia Ti-4200 8x AGP video cards. This is the first chance we have had to get our hands onto an MSI video card–and I hope it won’t be the last after the results we recieved from this card! For this review we …more

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OCZ PC-3200 ECC Registered Memory

OCZ PC-3200 ECC Registered Memory

Introduction: With the upcoming launch of the Athlon 64 FX-53 processor the price of the Athlon 54 FX-51 will more than likely go down a bit and sales will increase. Since the 940-pin Athlon FX-XX series processors require registered memory you’ll soon be shopping for some memory modules that can work with your new processor. …more

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Transcend 1GB DDR500 Memory

Transcend 1GB DDR500 Memory

Introduction: When one thinks of DDR500 memory Transcend is not usually a company that comes to mind, but they have had DDR500 memory on the market for some time now. It is common knowledge that many memory manufacturers are just “sticker” companies, but we were happy to find out that Transcend actually assembles their own …more

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Albatron Ti4200P Turbo

Albatron Ti4200P Turbo

Introduction Introduction: This is the Albatron 128mb Ti4200P Turbo, which is Albatron’s most popular video card sold today. Recently, the Albatron Ti4200P Turbo series of video cards has been praised by overclockers and gamers alike, and this caught our attention. The company Albatron is a relatively new name to the high performance video card market. …more

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512mb Corsair PC3200C2

512mb Corsair PC3200C2

Introduction: Corsair is a pretty big name with overclockers and gamers in the ram market. They offer no pretty packaging to display their products, so does that mean that it is nothing special. Well don’t let the simple and cost effective packaging fool you. They lower costs by not wasting money on packaging you wont …more

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Abit GeForce 4 Ti4200 OTES

Abit GeForce 4 Ti4200 OTES

Introduction Introduction: ABIT is no new comer to the enthusiast market for computer products. They offer leading edge technology with the one of the best warranty coverage?s I have yet to see. Abit saw months in advance how the market would be dominated by Geforce 4 Ti4200 sales once the Ti4400 is discontinued, so they …more

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256mb Corsair PC-3500C2

256mb Corsair PC-3500C2

Introduction: This is Corsair’s XMS Series 3500, which is Corsair’s fastest memory sold today. Due to this, the Corsair XMS 3500 modules are targeted at high end computing users with a guarantee from Corsair to run at 434 MHz with a Column Access Strobe (“CAS”) latency of just two cycles. The new XMS 3500 modules …more

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