After releasing several stand-alone DVD recorders over the past couple years, Lite-On finally graces store shelves with a HDD recorder as well. Check out the features and performance of the 160GB LVW-5045 in this review.Read More »
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Check out this review to see how well Point of View’s GeForce 6600 GT performs. Point of View includes a nice bundle to accompany the good performance of this mid-range solution.Read More »
Sapphire improves on its already impressive X800 XL offering by making it nearly silent by employing a Zalman VPU cooler. This new card carries the “Ultimate” moniker and offers all of the performance of the standard X800 XL but at a much lower noise level.Read More »
Converting music on cassette tapes to digital music (or back) no longer is a complicated matter of hooking up your cassette deck to the PC. Instead BTO comes to the rescue with the Plusdeck 2, a product that gives you the flexibility of a cassette deck inside your PC.Read More »
Overall, Sunbeam’s Samurai case is a well designed low-budget project. If you are looking for cheap yet fancy case, you should give Samurai a try. Although a power supply is not included in this unit, you are free to choose any ATX power house you like.Read More »
In this article, we take a look at Seagate’s latest consumer-level SATA hard drive – the 7200.8 SATA NCQ. Read the review to see how well two 400GB 7200.8’s perform in RAID 0 and RAID 1 and how well a single 7200.8 performs by itself.Read More »
There are a lot of power supplies on the market these days. Some are good; others a pure junk. PC Power and Cooling’s offerings are in the good group, kind of like junk being a 1972 Ford Pinto and the 510-SLI being a Porsche Carrea GT. And just like the ...Read More »
Modding has come a long way from when I first put in a window in my case a few years ago. A.C. Ryan is a company that has tons of nice items for any serious (and causal for that matter) modder, and weve taken a look at some of those ...Read More »
Gigabyte has added another video card to its Silent-Pipe family. It features a Radeon X800 chip, 256 MB of GDDR3 memory, and a PCI Express interface. Read this review to see how it stacks up against both a GeForce 6600 GT and 6800 GT.Read More »
So how does a heatsink designed for an FX-55 run on lower speed AMD 64 chips? It works very well, should let you do some good overclocking on lower speed CPUs.Read More »
Did I hear the words correctly? A value-priced 19 inch LCD display with a super-fast response time? Check out our scoop to see if Samsung stuns or stumps us with their latest flat-panel display!Read More »
Are you tired of spending a lot of money on color ink for you inkjet printer? Samsung just may have the perfect solution for you – the CLP-510 Color Laser Printer.Read More »
Second only to the X850 XT PE, the Sapphire Radeon X850 XT offers extreme performance but at the cost of high value, just like other high-end cards. For those of you who must have the best though, this card should be on your short list of considerations.Read More »
If you’ve ever wanted to know important information about your memory modules just by looking at them, Corsair recently introducted the XMS Xpert memory line to fulfill that desire. The Xpert modules also allow you to display custom messages on their programmable displays, and Corsair provides a slick application to ...Read More »
The HIS X850 XT IceQ II Dual DVI VIVO 256MB PCIe is yet another high-end ATI-powered card from HIS that costs a premium but delivers a lot of horsepower to your computer.Read More »