EVGA e-GeForce 7800 GTX EGS, Akasa EVO 120 Cooler, and more!
Hey folks, I'm here to drop some news off before I hit the sack. Coming straight from HH, Marco has reviewed EVGA's e-GeForce 7800 GTX EGS, check below for more information. Goodnight all :)
"The e-GeForce 7800 GTX we'll be showcasing today is one of three 7800 based products EVGA currently has in their line-up, but we know a fourth model with a custom cooling solution should be available in the not-too-distant future as well. The e-GeForce 7800 GTX we have here, part number 256-P2-N528-AX, is essentially a duplicate of NVIDIA's reference design, with slightly different default core and memory clock speeds and a custom decal on the fan shroud."
"The first of these is the LanParty NF4 Ultra-D. Like the other LanParty board we have reviewed here, this board is quite deluxe. Using nearly the top of the line NVIDIA chipset the nForce4 Ultra it packs in every feature under the sun besides official SLI support. The second of the two motherboards, is the NF4-DAGF. The DAGF is a more budget-oriented board that uses the standard nForce 4 for Socket 939."
"This EVO 120 CPU Cooler from Akasa is a good performance and also a good looking CPU cooler. This CPU cooler is an ideal choice for those users who wish for the fancy look and good performance. As you can notice the cooling performance in the previous test section, it was perform much better than the AMD K8 stock cooler."
"Today we are proud to offer you a detailed review of a great video card, a true overclocker's best choice, the winner of our prestigious Editor's Choice award, extremely fast and reliable, quiet and highly overclockable GeForce 6800 GT based solution from Leadtek. Read our review for more exciting details!"
"I believe these fans are a good choice for anyone looking for the quietest fans possible for their system. Keep in mind though, these are low to moderate flow fans, and as such, they are not going to give you the performance of a Panaflo or Sunon fan..."
"It has a unique trick up its sleeve, including flipping the motherboard upside-down and using ducting to isolate the CPU from the rest of the case. That's not all though, be sure to check out the full review for more details!"