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Ultra X-Connect 500 Watt Modular Power Supply

Ultra really surprised the hardware community by releasing a great looking and solid power supply called the X-Connect, which offers a feature that modding supply stores made popular — a modular design. This allows you to use only the cables you need to reduce clutter in your case. This PSU has cool written all over it! No related posts. Read More »

VisionTek 1GB Go Drive

1GB on the go! Yes, you can take a CD and a half in something smaller than a pack of gum. Put it in your pocket, find a USB port, and take everything you need with you! No related posts. Read More »

Imation 1GB USB 2.0 Swivel Flash Drive

Imation delivers a solution to all of you who lose little things like that cap on your USB flash drive. The Swivel Drive has no cap that you can lose. Instead, as the name suggests, you swivel it open. Innovative design, great performance and Imation reliability are all offered by the USB 2.0 Swivel Flash Drive. No related posts. Read More »

Gigabyte GA-8GPNXP Duo

Beyond the extensive features that the 8Sigma series offers, the GA-8GPNXP Duo features the Intel Express 915P chipset, SATA and IDE RAID, and the Gigabyte GN-WPKG PCI wireless networking card. No related posts. Read More »

Lian-Li PC-V1000 Aluminum Case

Ooooooohhhh Ahhhhhhhhh!! No, we aren’t in a museum, but we may be looking at a work of art with the Lian-Li PC-V1000 all-aluminum case. Come take a closer look at a smooth and sleek case that you may want to add to your arsenal of hardware. No related posts. Read More »

Antec NeoPower 480

Modular power supplies have become popular for obvious reaons: less clutter and more flexibility. Antec brings us one of the first mainstream modular PSUs in the form of the NeoPower 480. Not only are most of the cables detachable, but the unit also features dual +12V rails. No related posts. Read More »

PowerColor X800 PRO Limited Assassin Edition

PowerColor X800 PRO Limited Assassin Edition is a very solid product with really good accessory assortment and substantial performance. Because of rare and incomparable package, hardware admirers will love every aspect of the card including additional and useful bundle. No related posts. Read More »

Corsair 675MHz DDR2 (Twin2X1024-5400C4PRO)

If you are upgrading to a new LGA775 motherboard and need DDR2, you’ll want to check out this article. Corsair’s speedy 1GB Twin2X1024-5400C4PRO kit features big heat spreaders, activity LEDs and great performance. No related posts. Read More »

Futuremark’s 3DMark05

It is time for a new version of Futuremark’s 3DMark benchmark. With a new rendering engine closer mimicking a ‘true’ game as well as tools for any serious benchmarkers, the chances are high that this will become the new standard for DX9 benchmarks. No related posts. Read More »

Leadtek WinFast A400 Ultra TDH (GeForce 6800 Ultra)

If you are interested in one of the most powerful GPUs available, take a look at this review of Leadtek’s flagship video card, the WinFast A400 Ultra TDH (GeForce 6800 Ultra). As is typical with Leadtek’s card, the A400 Ultra features a custom cooler, and since it’s a 6800U, it offers awesome performance. No related posts. Read More »

Albatron GeForce PCX5750

If you’re looking for a good PCI Express video card that doesn’t cost too much but offers a bit more than the reference design, the Albatron PCX5750 is definitely worth your consideration. Based on the NVIDIA GeForce PCX5750 chip, it is a great overclocker and is priced well under $150. No related posts. Read More »

ABIT AA8 DuraMAX Motherboard (Intel 925X)

With the 925X chipset under the hood, the AA8 DuraMAX from ABIT sports some great features and specs. Plus, as usual with ABIT’s enthusiast-oriented products, you can tweak to your heart’s content with this board. Check out the review for more info. No related posts. Read More »

PowerColor RADEON 9800 Platinum Edition

Maybe this isn’t a top of the line video card but for around $160 you get a very decent performance and a cool multiplayer game which retails at $39.99. As to memory architecture confusions, I think the box was appropriately labled as a 128-bit version. Looking back at some of the benchmarks, it’s pretty clear that this card can push a lot of pixels even with 9.6 GB’s of memory bandwidth and a slower clocked memory. No related posts. Read More »

Samsung ML-2250 Laser Printer

The ML-2250 is a good printer just like its little brother the ML1740. The things that make this printer stand out and make it worth the extra money is the speed over the 1740 and the 1200×1200 DPI. No related posts. Read More »

Intel Pentium 4 560 (3.6 GHz LGA775) Processor

Earlier this month, we took a look at the Intel Pentium 4 550 (3.4GHz) processor, and this time we have the 560 (3.6GHz) up on the test bench to gauge its performance. Check out this quick look at the current fastest Intel desktop processor (non-EE that is). No related posts. Read More »

Albatron PX915P Pro

If you’re looking for a motherboard to match up with that new Prescott processor but don’t want to shell out too much dough, then Albatron has an Intel 915P Express based mainboard – the PX915P Pro – that you should take a look at. Read this review to find out if it can meet your needs. No related posts. Read More »

Kingwin Mutant X Case

Wanting to get away from the sometimes boring and average looking cases that are out on the market, Kingwin designed the Mutant X case for those who want to be a little on the odd side. No related posts. Read More »

BFG GeForce 6800 OC 128MB

Are you itching to upgrade that 5900 series or 9800 Pro but just can’t afford the $500 price tag of the latest and greatest. Take a look at the BFG 6800 OC and see if the lower end of the totem pole can still satisfy that yearning for a new engine in your PC. No related posts. Read More »

Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 501

The LX 501 has it all: ergonomic ultra flat design, user oriented function keys, grade “A” optical mouse with scrolling tilt-wheel and application switch button, wireless range up to 6 feet and most importantly maximum efficiency — a key factor when it comes down to productivity. Whether you work in your office or at home, you need to be efficient. With this combo you will open and control your applications with one single button just under your fingertips. No related posts. Read More »

Intel Pentium 4 550 (3.4 GHz LGA775) Processor

Intel recently introduced a new processor package technology – Flip-Chip Land Grid Array – to the world, and Monarch Computer Systems sent one our way. Check out this review to see what the new package is like and how the P4 550 clocked at 3.4 GHz performs. No related posts. Read More »

Thermaltake Venus 12 K8 Cooler

Thermaltake delivers a big chunk of copper to cool your Athlon 64 processor with its Venus 12 cooler. Check out this review to see how it stacks up against the stock AMD cooler. No related posts. Read More »

Ideazon Zboard

The Ideazon Zboard features many innovative ideas, all bundled together into one great product. This keyboard is suited for the average user, and features a gaming keyset that is sure to enhance any gamer’s skill. No related posts. Read More »

Kingston PC3200 Ultra Low Latency Memory

Low latency, super fast, and overclockable. Sounds like a nice list of characteristics for your next memory upgrade. How does Kingston’s latest offering add up on that checklist? Grab a pen and start marking them down. No related posts. Read More »

WaterChill CPU/VGA/Chipset Power kit – KT12A-L30

If you are serious about overclocking or are trying to build a quiet system, the Asetek WaterChill CPU/VGA/Chipset Power kit – KT12A-L30 could be the answer for you. Björn decided to install the kit in his main system to see if it could live up to the expecations. No related posts. Read More »

HIS Excalibur AIW 9600

The HIS Excalibur AIW9600 should be the dream of any HTPC builder. With a fanless design that still is packed with features it should be a perfect companion to any silent multimedia PC. Björn decided to take the card for a spin in his ShuttleX HTPC to see if it can live up to the expecations. No related posts. Read More »

Thermaltake XTunner – IR Remote Fan Control Device

Remote controls for televisions and remote controlled cars have been around for a long time. Just about everyone has used some sort of remote control in their life to simplify a process. Thermaltake has created a remote controlled fan controller that can adjust the speed of up to four fans inside your computer. If this sounds too good to be true, read further to find out for yourself. No related posts. Read More »

Plextor PX-712SA SATA DVD±RW Writer

Plextor releases hit the market several months ago with one of the first SATA drives in the form of the PX-712SA DVD±RW Writer. As we’ve come to expect from Plextor, it’s a high quality and excellent performing drive that offers great features that set it apart from the competition. No related posts. Read More »

Thermaltake Tsunami Dream Aluminum Case (VA3000BWA)

Thermaltake never stops innovating and designing cool cases. One of its latest lines is comprised of the Tsunami Dream cases. They are unique-looking aluminum cases with some very nice features. Check out this review to learn more. No related posts. Read More »

Crucial Gizmo USB 2 Flash Drive

Crucial ups the speed of its Gizmo USB Drives with the move to USB 2.0. I will take a look and see how the new drive compares to the older Gizmo USB 1.1 Drive. No related posts. Read More »

QuakeCon 2004 – Day 3

Quakecon 2004 is in full effect and Bjorn3D is there to cover all the action. Take a look at our daily updates and see what’s happening at the event. No related posts. Read More »

QuakeCon 2004 – Day 2

Quakecon 2004 is in full effect and Bjorn3D is there to cover all the action. Take a look at our daily updates and see what’s happening at the event. No related posts. Read More »

QuakeCon 2004 – Day 1

Quakecon 2004 is in full effect and Bjorn3D is there to cover all the action. Take a look at our daily updates and see what’s happening at the event. No related posts. Read More »

Enermax UC-9FATR2 (Multi-function 5.25in Bay Device)

The Enermax UC-9FATR2 18-in-1 5.25″ bay device offers a wide variety of functions, including USB 2.0, SATA, IEEE 1394, fan control, temperature monitoring and even a flash card reader. Check out the review of this versatile and very useful device. No related posts. Read More »

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