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Radeon 9600 Pro

Not content of owning the high-end ATI also want to own the mid-end. Today I am looking at the Radeon 9600 Pro to see what it offers. No related posts. Read More »


MSI offers one of the most feature-rich nForce2 boards in its price range. This board is directed at nearly every edge of the market. System builders will love it for its price, stability and features. No related posts. Read More »

Leadtek Winfast A300 Ultra TD MyVIVO Review

Leadtek has once again proved that they innovate. Their WinFast Twin Turbo II cooling solution on the A300 is likely enough to get me to choose the A300 over other models out there. A nice software bundle and VIVO features round it out. No related posts. Read More »

Antec TrueControl 550

Antec’s latest power supply combines the performance of the TruePower 550 with a tweaker’s delight: A remote control panel for adjusting voltages and fan speeds. No related posts. Read More »

Black Chieftech X-Sonic Mid-Tower Case

With a great set of features and having such an affordable price for aluminum, the X-sonic is definitely worth taking a look at if you are needing a new case. I have a couple issues with the case, but overall the pros outweigh the cons by far. No related posts. Read More »

AOpen AK79G Max nForce2 Motherboard

When you take a look at all the features included with the AK79G Max, you definitely start to understand the “Max” designation. With Serial ATA, FireWire, USB 2.0, WinBIOS (change BIOS within Windows), EzClock (overclock from within Windows) and many other great features, the AK79G Max is without a doubt one of the most feature-rich nForce2 solutions around. Add this to the fact that it’s a rock solid nForce2 board, and you’ve got yourself an excellent product. No related posts. Read More »

Western Quake 3 Beta 2.0 Review

Western Quake 3 is a fun, action-packed and beautifully accurate Wild West Q3A mod that left me wanting more! It would be hard not to have fun while playing this game! No related posts. Read More »


Have you ever had problems with low memory or low resources in Windows? Then LiUtilities SpeedUpMyPC might be the program for you. No related posts. Read More »

Compro Poladyne Ti4800SE

With all the talk about new cards like the ATI Radeon 9800 or the GeForce FX 5800 Ultra it is easy to forget that most people don’t want to or can’t afford to buy one of those. Thus it still is interesting to look at the GeForce 4 Ti’s since they still pack enough punch for most of the users. Today I am looking at the Poladyne Ti4800SE from Compro. No related posts. Read More »

Melvine ”Blue Edition” HDD VU Kit

This cool electronic light show is one of the easiest mods I’ve ever seen. The lights flash outward from the center when your hard drive is active. During heavy access, all the LED light up. This is a perfect ”beginner’s mod”. No related posts. Read More »

SOYO SY-KT400 DRAGON Ultra Motherboard

In recent days Soyo’s short period of fame has started to fade, with new companies like Soltek and Epox sprouting up offering comparable features and performance. With this motherboard Soyo hopes to regain some of the fame offering a board filled with the latest technology as well as lots of features. No related posts. Read More »

Antec TruePower 430

Power Supplies aren’t sexy or fun, but we’ll show you why a good one like the True430 is worth the extra money. No related posts. Read More »

NVIDIA NV31 & NV34 Review

NVIDIA has created an all inclusive line-up of 3D cards for every budget, and NV31 and NV34 are performing above their targetted markets. No related posts. Read More »

The Radeon 9800 Pro – first look

The Radeon 9800 helps ATI retain the performance crown for a while longer. Radeon 9700 owners might have to think a bit longer before upgrading but for anyone else you can’t really go wrong with this card, No related posts. Read More »

Leadtek WinFast K7NCR18G-Pro Motherboard Review

Looking for a great all in one motherboard solution that doesn’t sacrifice quality for number of features? Then look no further than Leadtek’s latest addition to the WinFast line, the K7NCR18G-Pro with GeForce4 IGP and SoundStorm audio! No related posts. Read More »

OCZ Technology Gladiator 2

OCZ Technology is best known for its performance memory products. OCZ also makes heatsinks and we put their best to the test to see if it lives up to its bold claims. No related posts. Read More »

SanDisk ImageMate 6-in-1 Flash Card Reader/Writer

Want an easy, convenient, portable and fast way to get data off your flash cards while saving portable devices’ battery life? Then look no further than the SanDisk USB 2.0 ImageMate 6 in 1 Flash Reader/Writer. With its docking station, it makes a great solution for both laptop and desktop connectivity. No related posts. Read More »


The EPoX 8RDA+ is a fine addition to the available nForce2 motherboards. It’s well-designed and documented and comes with plenty of options and accessories. Its BIOS is highly configurable and overclocker friendly. Sound, USB, FireWire, and Ethernet support are all top-notch as well. No related posts. Read More »

Brother HL-1850 Laser Printer

I really like the Brother HL-1850 Laser Printer. For $500, it’s hard to believe you’d be able to find a better printer with similar paper-handling in its price range. No related posts. Read More »

Antec LANBOY Case Review

With aluminum construction, an included carry strap, a side window, LED fans, and a little custom modding, the Antec LANBOY is a light and capable LAN rig worthy of showing off at LAN events. No related posts. Read More »

SmartDisk USB 2.0 Portable Hard Drive

For a speedy, reliable and portable storage solution, you really can’t go wrong with SmartDisk USB 2.0 Portable Hard Drives. At 7200RPM and 80GB, there isn’t much that can’t be put on this hard drive. It’s a simple and convenient way to trade and back up files, especially if you have Windows XP. No related posts. Read More »

Belkin USB Flash Drive

USB flash drives are wonderfully simple and useful. Belkin’s offering is no exception. It’s stylish, compact enough to fit in a USB slot without muscling other devices out of the way, and performs as well or better than its peers. No related posts. Read More »

Logitech MX500 & MX300 Optical Mice

Logitech’s MX line of mice includes a mouse suited for everyone, from basic users to hardcore gamers. The MX 300 and MX 500 are excellent mice and are definitely worth a look if you need or want a new mouse. No related posts. Read More »

Belkin Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo

Whether you’re interested in the mobility options provided by wireless peripherals or if you just want to get rid of those @#%$ cables, the Belkin Wireless Keyboard and Mouse bundle is a high performing option at a very reasonable price. No related posts. Read More »

Thrustmaster Tacticalboard Review

With 42 programmable keys and additional comm. Keys, it’s more than anyone can hopeful in a left hand game controller. The included software, Game Commander 2 (even though it’s a teaser version) and Teamsound, are added bonuses. No related posts. Read More »

Leatherman’s Squirt: The LAN Gamers Friend

Most LAN gamers know that things don’t always go like they should and last minute tweaks and repairs aren’t uncommon. The worst time for that to happen is when you don’t have any tools handy but Leatherman may have just the solution for that problem… No related posts. Read More »

G.I. Combat

Peace sells, but who’s buying? Not KenShima, he’s reviewing G.I. Combat, a new WWII RTS game. No related posts. Read More »

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