CoolIT Systems is back with their ESA certified Freezone Elite. Is water chilled cooling the way to go? Can the Freezone Elite justify its lofty price tag? There is only one way to find out.Read More »
It’s been a while since we’ve seen what we like to call a “Watt Monster” fro...
A few months ago we took at look at Sentey’s Revolution Pro SP gaming mouse and were amazed wi...
AMD has revealed its plan for the next couple of years at this year’s financial analyst day. O...
Both of these products were used in our recent review of the ASUS P5E3 Premium motherboard. We saw some rather interesting phenomena with both of these memory kits in that review so we have decided to review both of these kits comparatively in much more detail using the same ...Read More »
Thinking that having more cores would better? That is exactly what AMD is thinking. Today, AMD is once again being the first one on the market releasing the triple-core processor with their Phenom X3 8750. Does this processor can deliver a better performance than the dual-core processors, how does it ...Read More »
I am back and this time we take a plunge into the blood bath that is Dark Sector recently released for the Xbox 360 and PS3. A third person shooter with a dark and eerie twist Dark Sector has the potential supply hours of on the edge of your seat ...Read More »
Gigabyte has jumped headfirst into the market with their Dynamic Energy Saver technology. Does power savings come at a performance cost? Is it just marketing spin? We will run DES set to the most aggressive power saving setting during all of our tests while using the worst case processor, a ...Read More »
Today we at Bjorn3D plan to help you procrastinators out there by providing some useful facts that will help with your decision making dilemma. We will be reviewing the ASUS’s top of the line X48 based P5E3 Premium WIFI-AP @n motherboard. We plan to take this review to a ...Read More »
The Mini P180 is the latest in Antec’s “Performance One” line of enclosures and is designed for gamers on the go. Does this advanced super mid tower have what it takes to compete or does it come up short? Read on to find out.Read More »
The HIS HD 3870 IceQ 3 Turbo comes with the excellent IceQ 3 cooler as well as a factory overclock. But how does it fair against the compeititon from NVIDIA? We have not only tested that but also thoroughly tested CrossfireX to see if AMD finally has Crossfire-support that works, ...Read More »
They say big presents come in little packages. Well when it comes to the 9600GT XXX from XFX they couldn’t be more right. With a slim single slot design and a very attractive bundle there is plenty to love about this card. But how does it perform? Read on to ...Read More »
In order to keep your freshly overclocked CPU cool under its new settings, looking into aftermarket coolers should be your next step.Read More »
Unless you absolutely need to have the fastest system and have a lot of money to spend, it would be wiser to stay with DDR2 system until the price has dropped. Vista system consumes quite a lot of memory so having 4GB of DDR2 would be a better choice than ...Read More »
When we at Bjorn3D are contacted by any vendor touting the merits of any new product we’ve learned through experience to take their words with a grain of salt. Likely as not these words are simply marketing hype and only through extensive testing is the truth revealed. In the ...Read More »
Today, April 1, 2008 less than two weeks since the 9800GX2 became reality, the 9800GTX is born. We at Bjorn3D are honored to have the opportunity to review XFX’s version of the 9800GTX. The biggest question we asked ourselves before beginning this review was, is there a large enough ...Read More »
Time to take an in depth looks at Capcom’s downloadable over the head shooter, Rocketmen: Axis of Evil. Is it worth the small fee to download games or stick to what we can find at the stores?Read More »
The Accelero Xtreme 2900 promises not only to cool the HD2900XT and HD2900 Pro GPU more than 20C lower than the stock cooler but also make the card run much more silent.Read More »