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Thermaltake Toughpower 750W

This Thermaltake Toughpower 750W PSU is all about stability, quad +12V rails with combined total of up to 60 Amps and very quiet operation. Give it a clean look and you have a perfect power supply for as low as $159 green! You can’t miss it! No related posts. Read More »

Antec SOLO Case

  Today we are going to an in-depth look at the new Antec SOLO Case; the newest member of their LifeStyle Series of computer enclosures. In this review we’ll focus on determining how well this case fits each of the above captioned criteria which hopefully will answer most if not all of your questions about whether this case is right for you. We’ll also look at whether a case of this stature would solve the common complaints that ever present. No related posts. Read More »

Antec Neo HE 550 Power Supply

  Ok, I hope I’ve made my point that the days of determining your system’s power needs using the SWAG (Scientific Wild Ass Guess) approach are most certainly over. All things being said, it’s now review time; and the subject of today’s review is? You guessed it, a power supply and a high high quality one at that: The Antec® Neo HE 550 power supply. Join us while we investigate this unit’s performance and quality. No related posts. Read More »

Mushkin Redline XP2 8000 DDR2 SDRAM (Updated 7/08/2006)

  Now it is time to change hats and focus to that of the computer product analyst and get on with this review. Please join me while we thoroughly investigate if the quality and performance that belonged to its predecessors has transcended the years and been imparted to the Redline XP2-8000 DDR2 SDRAM, our topic of discussion today. No related posts. Read More »

PowerColor X1900 GT

This card’s memory overclocks like crazy with default voltage settings. From nominal 600 MHz (1200 MHz DDR) I was able to get it up all the way to 873 MHz (1746 MHz DDR). That’s waaaaaaay past the SAMSUNG specs of 700 MHz. No related posts. Read More »

RAID 2: A Look At The PCI Players

  So for purposes of clarification, today’s presentation will be part guide, part review, part article, and even include a mini shoot-out of the RAID controllers we have for comparison. Now that you’re totally confused please join us for what we feel is a very thorough investigation of RAID 2: A Look At The PCI Players. No related posts. Read More »

XG Lazer Laser 2500 DPI Mouse Review

XG Lazer Laser 2500 DPI is one of the best gaming mouse available. The maximum resolution of 2500 DPI is just amazing. The ability to change between 6 resolutions (from 600 DPI to 2500 DPI) is great, it offers the needs for different people as well as different applications. Not only does it offers great precision and speed, the amount of customization in the buttons is also limitless. No related posts. Read More »

Xgear Multimedia Gaming Headset

Xgear Multimedia Gaming Headset is something unique as a bass vibrating headset. We’ve tested it to see if it really is the ultimate gamers headset. No related posts. Read More »

Rainbow Fan TC

The Rainbow fan TC is something as cool as a fan that displayes the temperature onto it’s blades while spinning. It’s probably not that usefull byut definitely eyecatching. No related posts. Read More »

Leadtek WinFast 7950 GX2 TDH

  Please join me today as we determine if LeadTek’s quality of words captioned above stand tall and are transmitted into actions with one of their newest products, the LeadTek WinFast WinFast PX7950 GX2 TDH. No related posts. Read More »

Swiftech MCX159-CU

The Swiftech MCX159-CU is all-copper chipset cooler that comes with fittings for most types of motherboard. With a fast fan as well as a interesting design it promises lots of cooling for hot Northbridges. No related posts. Read More »

Gigabyte X1900 XTX Review

Check out our review of Gigabyte’s GV-RX19X512VB-RH, a Radeon X1900 XTX. We compare this card to a couple overclocked GeForce 7900 GTXs, and even though the GV-RX19X512VB-RH is not overclocked, it holds its own in the battle. No related posts. Read More »

HIS X1800GTO IceQ3 Turbo

The X1800GTO is ATI’s attempt to conquer the ~200$ market. We’ve tested the HIS X1800GTO, a card that offers great performance and also the promise of even more performance waiting to be unlocked under the hood. No related posts. Read More »

EasyATA & EasySATA

EasyIDE and EasySATA is two products that allow you to hook up either a IDE or SATA drive to the USB bus. We’ve tested them to see what kind of performance you can expect. No related posts. Read More »

Brewing With Mr. Beer®

What’s beer got to do with computers? Nothing, but it can be as fun to brew your own beer as it is to build your own PC! Read about Mr. Beer here. No related posts. Read More »

PowerColor X1800 GTO

Without a doubt, PowerColor X1800 GTO is one of the best performing cards in its class. RADEON R520 for $235 gives it a good performance / price ratio. If you’re lucky enough you might get a board with memory chips going all the way up to 675 MHz stable and artifact free (175 MHz over the limit) and if you’re very lucky you’ll be able to mod it to 16 pipelines. No related posts. Read More »

XFX 7950 GX2 XXX

  We invite you to join Scott and I as we explore in detail the inner workings of GeForce 7950 GX2. We consider ourselves extremely fortunate to have garnered XFX’s top of the line “XXX” version of this card which comes from the factory with an default core clock of 570 MHz, and a combined memory clock of 1550 MHz for today’s review. No related posts. Read More »

Seagate 7200.10 750GB Hard Drive

  Enough of the “SWAGS” (Scientific Wild Ass Guesses); it’s time for some facts! Join Scott and I while we examine and hopefully discover the intricacies of Seagate’s latest and potentially greatest drive to date: the Barracuda 7200.10, 750 gigabyte hard drive. No related posts. Read More »

SilverStone ST60F 600W Modular PSU

The SilverStone ST60F features a 120mm quiet fan, a modular cable system and SLI certification. This 600W PSU impresses in many ways. Check out the review to see how well it performed while powering two 7900 GTXs in SLI, three hard drives and the rest of a high-end gaming rig. No related posts. Read More »

NVIDIA nForce5 chat

On the 23st of May held a chat with NVIDIA regarding their new nForce5 chipset. this article contains a cleaned up transcript from that chat. No related posts. Read More »

Sapphire X1600 PRO Crossfire

With no need for master card, this solution may be good for those seeking less expensive graphics parts and no additional bonding media such as compositing cable. I, however do not recommend the mainboard I was testing those samples on simply because it doesn’t seem ready and as for overclocking, it’s close to nonexistent. No related posts. Read More »

NVIDIA nForce 590 MCP

  Today I’ll be writing what one might call a prelude of things to come. The cool thing about it is that those “things to come” will be introduced today, namely the NVIDIA nForce®500 series of MCP that brings a huge amount of new and radically different technology to the table. Today’s article will center in on the nForce® 590 “Enthusiast” line of that product. No related posts. Read More »

Socket AM2 Overview & X2 5000+ Review

  The purpose of our article today is twofold. Our first mission is to give you, the consumer, some well deserved information on the features and results you can expect from the entire line of socket AM2 processors. Secondly, we’ll take a close look at the new socket AM2 X2 5000+ which along with its big brother the FX 62 sit atop the socket AM2 product line. No related posts. Read More »

Thermaltake Armor Jr

Thermaltake Armor Jr offers a lot of things we’ve seen in super tower Armor model. Even more, you get lightweight and compact design with similar looks and functionality including BTX / Tt BigWater cooling compatibility No related posts. Read More »

HIS X1600 Pro IceQ Turbo (single and Crossfire)

In this review we have taken a look at a card for people who don’t have a lot of money to spend on their video cards but still want to be able to get decent performance in games. The card in question is the HIS X1600 Pro IceQ Turbo with 128 MB DDR3 memory. With a low price, decent performance, low noiselevel and the ability to use it in Crossfire mode without any extra Master card on paper it sounds like an good product. No related posts. Read More »

Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved

Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved is one of those games you cannot stop playing. Offering a true arcade experience with cool graphics and Live support this is one game any Xbox 360 owner shouldn’t miss. No related posts. Read More »

Creative Zen Vision:M

With the Zen Vision:M Creative is aiming directly at the latest video playing iPOD and this time they have created a MP3-player that doesn’t have to be ashamed for its looks when compared to the iPOD. Could this be the MP3-player that finally will break the iPOD-dominance in the MP3-player market? No related posts. Read More »

Seagate NL35.2 Series, ST3500641NS 500GB drive

  “NL35 Series drives are not appropriate for true high duty-cycle enterprise workloads.” Hmmm! A niche market for drives or a stepping stone to the future? Please join me for a look at the Seagate ST3500641NS, 500 GB SATA 3Gb/s drive to ascertain if the differences this product brings to the table truly indicate this product’s future is as bright as the manufacturer’s literature suggests. No related posts. Read More »

Antec Performance CPU Cooler

  While well versed in cooling solutions, and even OEM production of several basic HSFs, to the best of my knowledge this is Antec’s first truly “High Performance” HSF to be marketed. Will it meet the mark necessary for success or fall short of the mark as first generation products often due? Join me and we’ll find out together. No related posts. Read More »

Antec Take 4 (4U Rackmount Enclosure)

  My initial thoughts were that Antec had arrived at a pleasant compromise between the utility of the previously mentioned server environment with a design that could be used effectively by the Computer Enthusiast. Please join me to see if those initial thoughts were accurate while we investigate the inner workings of the Antec’s Studio Series Take 4, 4U Rackmount Enclosure. No related posts. Read More »

Mixed Vendor 7900 GTX SLI

Ever wonder if you really can mix NVIDIA GeForce video cards from different manufacturers in SLI? In this article, we show you that you can and show the performance of a Leadtek 7900 GTX combined with an XFX 7900 GTX. No related posts. Read More »

OCZ EL DDR PC-3200 2GB Dual Channel Platinum XTC

  While my previous words echo respect for a company that is one of several that are Computer Enthusiast centered in their business focus, I have no preconceived or contrived notions about the product that I’ll be reviewing today. Join me in exploring in depth the OCZ EL DDR PC-3200 2x1024MB Dual Channel Platinum XTC memory modules. No related posts. Read More »

Thermaltake Matrix VX Case

  Thermaltake® Technology, Co. LTD, a Hong Kong based company burst onto the case, cooling, and computer accessory manufacturing scene in 1999. Thermaltake has been kind enough to furnish us with one of their newest products, the Matrix VX Case for review today. This case targets two very popular subsets of the computer case market, consumers looking for a light mid-tower case that is transportable enough to be taken to LAN parties. Please join us while we discuss the inner workings of this attractive all aluminum case. No related posts. Read More »

4GB Apple iPod nano Review

Check out our review of the white 4GB Apple iPod nano. The nano is a small and sleek flash-based digital audio player. We haven’t reviewed an iPod here before, but now we know why they are so popular… No related posts. Read More »

PowerColor X1600 PRO AGP 512MB

PowerColor X1600 PRO AGP model with 512 MB framebuffer it’s not up to X1600 XT toes, but it’s not weak either. It’s a good solution if you don’t want X1300 and want to go with something stronger. Performance wise it does its job, but I’m afraid more memory won’t necessarily help in most applications. No related posts. Read More »

VisionTek Xtasy Theater 550 Pro MCE Edition

  About 10 days ago, I was surprised when a VisionTek™ Xtasy™ Theater 550 Pro™ MCE Edition was delivered to my doorstep by the man in the brown truck. Needless to say, I was ecstatic at the opportunity to ascertain whether the purported facts I had read were simply hype or truly factual. Today, it’s my pleasure to share that investigation with you. No related posts. Read More »

Seasonic Power Angel Review

  So today we’re going to give you the scoop on what those uses are and how directly or indirectly this tool may help you not only in checking out your computer system’s power needs but also almost any electrical device you have, with certain limitations of course. No related posts. Read More »

Building a Silent Media PC

Media PC’s are no longer just for the geeks. Over the last few years, they have become more useful and simple to use for the common man. While you can buy ready-made Media PC’s from most companies, they usually are very expensive and not necessarily using the best components. I’ve spent some time to try to build both a silent and easy-to-use Media PC, and this article will hopefully give you some ideas on what to use in your own Media PC, especially if you want it to be silent. No related posts. Read More »

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