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AMD HD6850 and HD6870

It is time to unveil AMD’s latest GPU’s: the HD6850 and HD6870. These are mid-range GPU’s aimed to go head-to-head with the GTX460. Will they succeed? Read our reviews to find out. No related posts. Read More »

IDF 2010: Sandy Bridge Revealed

  This summer, at IDF 2010, Intel revealed the newest processor microarchitecture: Sandy Bridge. We take a look at this brand new technology, expected to be released in 2011. No related posts. Read More »

Kingston Meeting & Factory Tour

While there were quite a few Kingston products announced during Computex, we were lucky enough to attend a meeting with David Sun, co-founder of Kingston, as well as take a tour and show you how all of our every day used memory modules are made at the Kingston Hsinchu Factory. No related posts. Read More »

Zalman Booth @ Computex 2010

Zalman had some impressive new products to show off at Computex 2010 this year, including their new 3D Monitor, Laptop Cooler with external HDD enclosure, their new VGA cooler for ATI and nVidia based cards and a low-profile CPU cooler for HTPC systems. No related posts. Read More »

Computex 2010 Booth Babes

Every year we have them, and we love them. This year, Bjorn3D was able to bring you some of the booth babes from Computex 2010. No related posts. Read More »

Photography 101

Ever wonder how us reviewers take our pictures? Well lets step inside and see one way of doing this No related posts. Read More »

Gigabyte Intel P55 OC Challenge – The finals

On the 10th of April 9 European teams compteted in the finals of the Gigabyte Intel P55 OC Challenge. Bjorn3D was there to follow the finals and see who eventually would come out on top and win the whole competition. No related posts. Read More »

Radeon HD5970

AMD is calling the Radeon HD5970 the fastest video card available. We have pitted it against the GeForce GTX295 as well as compared it to the HD5870 to see if it is as good as AMD hopes. No related posts. Read More »

Lapping the CPU IHS

Lapping the IHS of our CPU’s can be easily done, with out taking to much time out of our busy life styles. No related posts. Read More »

The AMD HD4890

Spring means new GPU’s and today we are taking a look at the new HD4890 from AMD. The HD4890 has higher clockspeed than the HD4870 1 GB and we of course have tested them both to see what kind of performance increase we get. No related posts. Read More »

Interview With James Hildebrandt, CEO of Psyko

Bjorn3D has an opportunity to do an interview with James James Hildebrandt, head of Psyko. Psyko made a huge noise this year at CES with their hardware based 5.1 headset and James is kind enough to give us a bit more information about the headset and his background, his company information. We have also invited out members to contribute to the questions so let’s find out the answers to these questions. No related posts. Read More »

CES 2009

This year I attended the CES show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Now, unfortunately, with confusion and really not knowing what to do and how to go about it, it kept me from actually visiting the booths inside the Las Vegas Convention Center itself. This was my very first CES so, as always, there’s bound to be some problems. But I did get a chance to meet up with some companies that had displays throughout the city of Las Vegas, Nevada. These companies felt it was a better idea to set up their displays at their hotel rooms so they could get a better one on one with reviewers, editors, and other related sites/businesses in the computer industry. I met with five companies on a one on one interview. No related posts. Read More »

AMD Dragon: AMD Phenom II X4 940

The Dragon platform is AMD’s new platform consisting of a 7-Series motherboard, a HD4800 GPU and the new Phenom II X4 GPU’s. With promises of great overclocking potential as well as higher clockspeeds from the start, the Dragon platform together with the new Phenom II should have a better start that the 2007 Spider platform. Has AMD learned the lesson from the Spider- and Phenom launch? Read on to find out as we put the Dragon platform through its paces. No related posts. Read More »

XFX Adds ATI Graphics Cards!

XFX has announced they will be adding ATI to their line of products. The announcement came as welcome news to GPU enthusiasts that favor XFX support and rock solid warranty. No related posts. Read More »

NVIDIA Folding@Home GPU Q&A

NVIDIA and Folding@home have teamed up to find a cure for diseases using distributed computing. Find out what NVIDIA has in store for the future by reading our Q&A at Bjorn3D.com. No related posts. Read More »

ATI Stream Technology

Soon AMD will give all HD3000 and HD4000 owners an early Christmas present in their next Catalyst-drivers. We’ve got the details of the new ATI Stream-support that will turn your GPU into a transcoding monster. No related posts. Read More »

AMD HD4550 versus GeForce 9400GT

For a lot of people paying more than $50-$60 for a video card is not an option. We have taken two cards from NVidia and AMD that won’t cost you more than $50 and pitted them against each other to see which company has made the best entry-level video card. No related posts. Read More »

AMD Fusion Gaming Utility

AMD Fusion Gaming Utility lets you temporarily optimize your AMD-system with the click of a button. How does it work? We’ve taken it for a quick spin to find out. No related posts. Read More »

XFX GTX 280: A Preview of What’s to Come

  Bjorn3D will kick off our on-going coverage of this gala event with a detailed preview of the flagship of the line, the GeForce GTX 280 provided to us by XFX. For clarity’s sake notice we said “on-going” and “preview”. As with the debut of any new generation of graphical product there is almost always a portion of the manufacturer’s final vision of that device that is either immature or incomplete, and the GTX 280 is certainly no exception to that premise. We fully intend to go into great detail in this preview about what’s currently available and what you can expect in the future from the NVIDIA 200 series of graphical products. No related posts. Read More »

3DMark Vantage

3DMark Vantage is the latest version of the popular benchmark from Futuremark. With a Windows Vista requierment as well as several brand news tests it has all the chance to become as popular as its predecessors. No related posts. Read More »

World in Conflict – Performance

Recently the game World in Conflict was released and this is yet another RTS that offers excellent visuals with lots of effects that all work together to bring your computer to its knees. We decided that it would be fun to see how different components in your system are affecting the performance in this game, possibly making it a bit easier to figure out what to upgrade if the game runs like a hog on your current system. No related posts. Read More »

1333MHz … Who Are the Big Dogs?

  First, we were extremely curious why the NVIDIA 680i based motherboard which 60 days ago was the “holy grail” of overclocking lost so much popularity in the enthusiast ranks, seemingly overnight. Secondly, we were curious to see if the 680i as advertised truly supported the new 1333MHz standard and if so how it performed in a head-to-head comparison against the P35. For the record, this is an article for informational puposes and not a review thus we will refrain from scoring any products being tested. No related posts. Read More »

Cascading the Nautilus 500

Double your pleasure, double your fun. Just take two Corsair Nautilus 500 kits, install in PC, add some heat and water then let the good times roll. No related posts. Read More »

The HD2400 and HD2600

Completing AMD’s first DX10 line-up is the HD2400 and the HD2600. We have taken two cards using these GPu’s for a serious test drive to see what they are capable of. No related posts. Read More »

Overclocking the GeForce 8800 Series

  For this project I have selected the FOXCONN NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS as my test subject, which I reviewed here at Bjorn3D back in November 2006. Presently, the 640MB version of the GeForce 8800 GTS is the second-best video card available on the market. Gamers and computer enthusiasts alike have already speculated on how the GTS could be made to perform to the same level as the GeForce 8800 GTX with some tweaking. No related posts. Read More »

The Hottest Games Coming in 2007

2006 was a great year for gamers, bringing us some great and innovative games. But everything has to end and, as we all know, every ending means a new beginning. It is now time to raise our heads, look forward into the distance and try to figure out what the future holds for us and what we should expect to see on our screen in 2007. No related posts. Read More »

XFX 8800 GTX: SLI Performance

I thought it might be fun to do a short addition to the first review as since writing it I have made some rather significant upgrades to my test rig and also added a second XFX 8800 GTX running in SLI. Now that I have your attention, just a few words on what to expect. First, this addendum will only contain the outline for testing the SLI configuration and the test results as anything more would be a rewrite of the article I’ve already published. No related posts. Read More »

NVIDIA 8000 GPU/VPU: An Introduction

  When planning for this mammoth task we decided the best approach would be to prepare one additional introductory article expressing what NVIDIA® brings to the table from a technology, Physics, and general usage standpoint for each of the products we’ll being presenting. The article will be a consortium of facts supplied by NVIDIA® and will express no opinions, rather it will simply act as adjunct to the accompanying reviews. No related posts. Read More »

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