Good morning everyone and welcome to your latest installment of hardware news at HH. There's some pretty impressive hardware on tap this AM. First we have the Soltek SL-K890Pro-939, followed by an ATI X850XT, which we also reviewed here. Wrapping things up is an interesting DDR booster from OCZ and a sweet 30" HDTV. Let's get started, there's a lot to cover.
"Throughout the review process the general impression of this board has been very favorable. Soltek has made quite a few improvements with the SL-K890Pro-939 that compliment the new chipset and make the motherboard very enthusiast friendly."
"Every so soften, we come across product that is truly... unique. Something that is totally unlike anything we've ever seen before. The subject of this article is just such an item. OCZ's DDR Booster is a supplemental power supply for your DDR memory that plugs into an empty DIMM socket to improve memory stability"
"At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last month, there were several new manufacturers offering LCD televisions at price points below our typical expectations. Two companies in particular, enCross and Syntax are offering 30-inch LCD TVs for right around $1500. The first thing you are probably thinking is that you get what you pay for, right? Not necessarily. For example, enCross's Kreisen LT-30FMP which is the subject of this review, features LCD panels manufactured by either Samsung or LG.Philips. Both Samsung and LG.Philips are known for making excellent flat panels for both the PC and home television markets. enCross builds on a great picture and adds plenty of features to their Kreisen LT-30FMP 30-inch LCD television. With a street price of $1399, will you bite?"
"While this is by no means a budget card, it is the ultimate video card that you've been dreaming about ever since you installed Doom 3 and watched in horror as your outdated video card and computer become a slide show projector. Money may not be able to buy you love, but it sure can buy you the best computer hardware available."