Items tagged with Mobo

Welcome back friends :)  As my fellow HH brother mentioned a few hours ago, the news is just pouring in today.  So, without further delay here is yet another shot of juice... ATI's Trilinear Filtering Chatlog @ Bjorn3D "As promised, ATI held a chat today with regards to Trilinear Filtering allegations. It was recently discovered that ATI has implemented a technique (something similar to NVIDIA's trilinear optimizations) that optimizes mipmap levels based on the next stage -- then applies proper filtering." DFI LanParty PRO875B Reviewed @ Hi-TechRevews.com "DFI's LanParty motherboards have become well known through out the enthusiast's community and the value packed accessories... Read more...
Good morning friends, how are we doing this AM?  My world was fairly mundane last night; I just kicked back with some tunes and a good book.  However, judging by the amount of news in my in-box it looks like others were quite busy... Logisys Computer SP 6000 "Alien" Speakers @ System Cooling "As the home computer market has expanded, the role of audio has come to the forefront for a lot of computer users. Games are becoming more sonically sophisticated, and many people use their systems for watching DVD's or listening to music via CD or digital formats such as MP3. Soundcards, as well as audio solutions built into many of today's motherboards, keep getting better and... Read more...
Good evening my friends :)  Things around the HH labs have extremely hectic today.  With two of our key members on the "injured" list, and the rest busy pounding out the benchmarks, the office has been humming with activity.  Unfortunately, I can not say the same about the news front.  I tell yea; the warm weather arrives, and a news drought occurs ;) VIA EPIA TC-10000 Mini-ITX 12V DC motherboard Review @ Techseekers.net " The VIA EPIA TC-10000 is a uniquely practical little board. Ideal for custom PC mods that are tight on space or use it as a car mp3/divx player since all cars are based on 12V electrical system. The TC-10000 looses little functionality... Read more...
What's up folks?  It looks like summer has hit the northern extent of the HH labs today.  With a temperature peaking around 27 degrees Celsius, yours truly shall be finding a comfy spot on the back deck with my beater of a laptop and an icy-mug full of... eeerrr... BEvERage type... stuff... yeah... *looks shifty eyed*....  A Trio of Mutant Mods: CPU Fan, Fan Grill, and USB 2.0 Cable Reviewed @ Futurelooks "A division of Startech, Mutant Mods has launched with some well made and simple modifications for your otherwise dull premodified PC Case." Foxconn 875A02-6EKRS - 875P Motherboard @ Extreme Overclocking "Today we will be taking a look at the Foxconn 875A02-6EKRS... Read more...
Good morning everyone, I hope you survived the weekend.  Mine was pretty quite for a change, I just kicked around the house with the little lady.  However, next weekend is going to be a different story; between my GF's birthday and Mothers Day (yes, mothers day is this upcoming Sunday) I am going to be pretty strapped for time.  Now, only if I could figure out what to get them :(  Nevertheless, it is getting late so lets open up the mail sack and see what we can find... ATI All-In-Wonder 9600 XT @ Viper Lair "If you already have the AIW 9600 Pro, this isn't an essential upgrade. If you're in the market for a gaming/multimedia card, I would still lean towards the AIW 9600... Read more...
Morning gang. Yesterday was one of the most stressful days in a long time at the day job. We lost our T1 at the office all day and Verizon really didn't act like they cared. Guess we'll be looking for a new provider soon! Anyhow, while we get back to normal, I had a few moments to pop in and give you a little news. Hope this will hold you over for now. Tweaknews has a look at a Radeon 9600 with Dual DVI and 256MB of memory from HIS: "With the numerous configurations available, one option seems to be quite a bit more scare and that is native support for dual DVI connections for the newer CRT and LCD monitors. Most dual DVI cards are more limited two dimensional drafting / professional workstations... Read more...
Abit IC7-G vs. Asus P4C800 A tale of two Canterwoods By, Dave Altavilla April 29, 2003       Intel's i875P/i865P Canterwood/Springdale chipsets have all the markings of a second coming; the second coming of the "BX".  Intel's 440BX was a chipset for the Pentium 3, that reigned supreme years ago, as the premier motherboard platform to couple with a high end Intel CPU.  Back in the day, there were so many incarnations of motherboards built on the 440BX, that it even scaled beyond its targeted life span and host bus speed, with some motherboard manufacturers characterizing the chipset up to a 133MHz system bus, while it was only designed to run at... Read more...
Soyo's K7ADA ALi DDR Socket A Mobo... With some Crucial PC2100 RAM and a WBK38 thrown in! By Marco "BigWop" Chiappetta April 18, 2001    It seems that regardless of which PC component we speak of today the subject of bandwidth, and more specifically memory bandwidth, seems to take center stage. Recent discussions in the video card arena have really brought the importance of alleviating the memory bandwidth bottleneck to the top of many enthusiasts' minds. Video cards are not the only parts where performance gains can be realized by increasing available bandwidth though. In the never-ending quest to bolster the overall performance of systems based on their CPUs both major players,... Read more...
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