Chaintech Apogee A-FX71

Chaintech Apogee A-FX71

Introduction: Introduction: We have recently received quite a few e-mails asking us to take a look at a card that the average gamer could afford. Last week we took a look at the retail ATI 9600 PRO from one of our favorite online resellers and took it for a test drive with some pretty good …more

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ATI Radeon 9600 Pro AGP Video Card Review

ATI Radeon 9600 Pro AGP Video Card Review

Introduction We have recently received quite a few e-mails asking us to take a look at a card that the average gamer could afford. To answer the call of all these e-mails we picked up a retail ATI 9600 PRO from one of our favorite online resellers and took it for a test drive! Since …more

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QuakeCon 2003

QuakeCon 2003

Introduction: Being enthusiasts and a gamers, Justin West and I (Nathan Kirsch) completed the mecca down to Dallas from St. Louis for Quakecon 2003 and ended up very happy we did. We found that this is really a chance for the hadware industry to show their support for the enthusiast. Enough of the chit-chat let’s …more

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Albatron GeForce FX5200 Ultra

Albatron GeForce FX5200 Ultra

Introduction A very important place where one can gain performance in their system is in the video card. Therefore video card purchases should be carefully evaluated prior to spending your hard-earned cash. Today Legit Reviews is planning on helping you with that evaluation by reviewing the Albatron GeForce FX 5200 Ultra 128MB Video Card. Albatron …more

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1GB Kit Corsair XMS4000

1GB Kit Corsair XMS4000

Introduction: A few weeks ago on July 9th, 2003 both Kingston and OCZ sent out Press Releases stating that they have released DDR500 memory. This was something overclockers have been asking for since the Intel Pentium “C” processor came out many months ago along with the i865/i875 Dual Channel chipsets. Not long after, Corsair Memory …more

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1GB Kit HyperX DDR 434MHz

1GB Kit HyperX DDR 434MHz

Introduction: Introduction: Since the release of the the Intel Canterwood and Springdale motherboards Dual-Channel memory has become a mainstream item for computer users. The memory industry responded with “paired” or “matched” memory kits that offer end-users modules of memory that can run the same timings. The enthusiast community and the average end-user have found these …more

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S3 DeltaChrome S8 AGP Video Card Review

S3 DeltaChrome S8 AGP Video Card Review

Introduction: S3 Graphics is back and entering the graphics war again with there new card, DeltaChrome, which is currently aimed at the mid-range consumer graphics market. This is a card that I have been hearing about for almost a year and review samples were received just this past weekend! I have seen the card running …more

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OCZ EL DDR PC-3500 Dual Channel

OCZ EL DDR PC-3500 Dual Channel

Introduction: Today, we have some OCZ Technology 3500EL DDR to look at. OCZ is not a new company to us. All you have to do is look at a list of our reviews to see some of their stellar products. It was not to long ago that you would look for this speed of ram …more

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OCZ Gold 3700 DDR

OCZ Gold 3700 DDR

Introduction For as long as I can remember, those of us that have overclocked have always been “held back” so to say by memory. We either needed faster memory as relating to the timings, or we needed memory that would clock higher. We would hit walls that could not be passed unless you did an …more

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256mb OCZ Premier PC-3200

256mb OCZ Premier PC-3200

Introduction: Most of the products we take a look at are the fastest and priciest computer pieces on the market. This is great, but it also leaves the majority of computer users looking at reviews on products they can not afford or even need. Today we are taking a look at the PC3200 Premier Series …more

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What is a Shim and Why Should You Use One

What is a Shim and Why Should You Use One

What is a Shim?: The basic purpose of a copper shim is to protect the core of your processor. Your CPU core is one of the most powerful pieces of hardware in your computer. It is also one of the most fragile and delicate parts of your computer. If you break the CPU core, you …more

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Kingmax 256mb DDR-400 Memory

Kingmax 256mb DDR-400 Memory

Introduction: We all know there are many different types/brands of memory modules to choose from. Kingmax is a brand name that I personally have not heard of until we received a few sticks of Kingmax 256mb DDR-400 Memory from Intel in our "Canterwood" package. So today we are going to give you a quick look …more

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AOpen AX4SG Max I865G Motherboard

AOpen AX4SG Max I865G Motherboard

Introduction: Introduction: With the initial excitement of the Canterwood beginning to come to an end in the computer enthusiast market, companies are now releasing their secret weapon: the Intel 865 “Springdale.” If you notice this chipset number, 865, and know that the “Canterwood” is the 875, you will realize that the “Canterwood” is engineered to …more

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MSI GeForce FX5200-TDR128

MSI GeForce FX5200-TDR128

Introduction: Legit Reviews has now gotten the chance to review our first GeForce FX video card! Today we are looking at MSI’s GeForce FX5200-TDR128. The FX5200 is geared toward budget users who want all of today’s newest technology including 8X AGP. The FX5200 has DirectX 9 support, so this video card will be able to …more

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Compact Flash Memory

Compact Flash Memory

Introduction: Today Legit Reviews is going to be showing off two different kinds of compact flash memory. We have Kingston’s 256mb card and Transcend’s 128mb card. Kingston is not a new company to the Legit Reviews Affiliate’s Team. We have already had the pleasure to show our readers Kingston’s PC3500 HyperX RAM. But Transcend is …more

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