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Video: Powercolor HD 3850 Xtreme 512 MB @ techPowerUpASUS G92 EN8800GTS and EN8800GTS TOP @ TweaktownXFX GeForce 8800GT 256MB XXX Edition Video Card Review @ Legit ReviewsSapphire HD 3870 512 MB @ techPowerUp Motherboards & Chipsets: DFI Infinity Blood Iron P35-T2RL @ Tweaktown Processors: AMD vs Intel 2007: State of the Processos @ PC... Read more...
Video: PowerColor HD 2400 Pro 256 MB Review @ OCC Processors: C2D E6750 Review and Overclocking: 3.8GHz on Air @ Neoseeker Motherboards & Chipsets:... Read more...
This has to be one of the coolest innovations in keyboards that we've seen in a long time.  Let's face it, keyboards aren't exactly sexy but the Optimus OLED keyboard is looking pretty hot! "Every key of the Optimus keyboard is a stand-alone display showing exactly what it is controlling at this very moment. ...Optimus... Read more...
The crew at Phoronix recently posted a review of DFI's Infinity NF4 Ultra motherboard. It seems that SLI motherboards get the lion's share of the press lately, but if you don't plan to run dual graphics cards, you can't do much better than the nForce 4 Ultra chipset. DFI stands for Diamond Flower Inc., though...... Read more...
Hey folks! There were a couple big releases yesterday... Day of Defeat: Source is now available, as well as the Call of Duty 2 demo. The CoD demo offers one single player level and weighs in at 656MB. FileFront, FileShack both have the demo, and you can use Filerush if your into torrents. As for DoD:S, you can purchase at www.steampowered.com... Read more...
Hey folks! I've gotten a little time to play the Serious Sam 2 demo, and it's not bad. Great graphics, plenty of things to shoot with a variety of weapons... pretty much what I was looking for. Anyway, the weekend news is ready, enjoy! MGE Vigor 500W Power Supply @ ThinkComputers.org | Image "Ah, power supplies, we all need them, we can't... Read more...
Good afternoon folks. Earlier this week you may recall Apple's release if it's new mouse, the "Mighty Mouse". While not as cool as the old cartoon, it's still interesting, and today Ars Technica takes on the job of dissecting the electronic critter. Enjoy the rest of the news. HIS X700 IceQ 128MB GDDR3 AGP "The benchmarks paint... Read more...
Our previous coverage of the Inspiron XPS Gen 2 was mainly intended for prospective gaming and performance sensitive buyers. However, this perspective doesn't completely explore the multimedia possibilities of the XPS Gen 2, which can be configured with Microsoft's MCE 2005. So of course, we had an Inspiron XPS Gen 2 from Dell configured with... Read more...
Good morning, how is everyone doing?  I just got back from celebrating Xmas with my parents and as usual Santa made his appearance and spoiled the whole of the family, immensely.  So, with a new Infinity Home Theater system to setup, we are going to delve into HH News Bin and see what we can find... ;) Here is your AM update....... Read more...
Back in September, NVIDIA released the latest of their line of mid-range or value priced video cards, dubbed the GeForce 6600.  The only version available at the time, however, was for PCI-Express, which left many users out in the cold since the standard had only been available on brand new motherboards based on the i915/i925 chipsets. ... Read more...
Good morning HotHardware Fans!  Happy Halloween!  I'm sure most of you are busy getting the little ones ready for some trick-or-treating, or are getting yourselves ready for a Halloween party, but if you've got a few minutes, we've got some news.  Things have been a little slow this weekend, but something tells me that's about... Read more...
Good morning everyone, I hope you slept well :)  Things on the news front seem to be moving quite quickly this morning.  With some interesting reading from all walks of the hardware scene, there is surely something to satisfy everyone's hunger.  So, go grab a second cup of coffee, kick back and relax... Read more...
Welcome friends :) Things around the lab have quieted down for the evening, and most have gone home. However, before I follow suit, lets see what the Juicy Fairy brought in this afternoon. Here is your PM Nightcap... PimpRig Review: X-Micro Wireless-G Networking "I don't know about anyone else, but I for one haven't heard much about Read more...
  DFI Infinity 865PE Motherboard Review DFI's Latest Intel Offering By: Jeff Bouton November 6th, 2003 Historically, DFI has focused more on developing basic motherboards strong on functionality and stability, leaving the flashy presentations and excessive bundles to motherboard manufacturers that cater to the enthusiast set.  But... Read more...
Intel's "Tualatin" Pentium III 1.20GHz. Processor Encore From a Classic By, Jeff Bouton July 31, 2001 Not long ago, the rumors of a new Pentium III processor called "Tualatin" began circulating around the internet.  The occasional article claiming information or pictures of the "yet to be announced" processor... Read more...
Unlocking & Overclocking The AMD Slot A Thunderbird Straddling the fence between the old and the new July 4, 2000 - By Dave Altavilla  In this weeks installment of "my PC is faster than yours", we have a new processor that has emerged in the High End space.  AMD's long awaited Thunderbird (god I love that code name)... Read more...
The Kingmax TinyBGA PC133 SDRAM DIMM A New Form Factor In PC Memory Technology June 14, 2000 By Dave "Davo" Altavilla   We've said this before and the same rings true time and time again, the PC Hardware Industry always has a place for something new and innovative.  Too often products are brought to market with a "me... Read more...
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