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ATI AIW 9800 Pro

I have always been sceptical to all-in-one solutions but the AIW 9800 Pro has convinced me that you can get great multimedia features as well as great gaming performance in one package. Read our review to find out just how good it is. No related posts. Read More »

Aerocool Extreme CPU Cooler

Cooling that smoking processor has become not only a necessity, but even a hobby for those into case modding. Take a look at the Aerocool Extreme CPU cooling unit that will add a little chill, and a whole lotta cool into your PC. No related posts. Read More »

Kingwin KWI-450WABK Divine Power Supply

Four fans (including a quad-LED fan), great looking aluminum casing, plenty of power connectors and a three speed thermal control switch help make Kingwin’s Divine Power Series of power supplies a great choice for feeding your power hungry PC. Check out this review of the 450W black aluminum KWI-450WABK PSU from Kingwin to see if it really is “divine.” No related posts. Read More »

Samsung SyncMaster 192T

While not specifically aimed at gamers the 19″ Samsung SyncMaster 192T still manages not only to deliver excellent performance in normal windows operations but also work well with games. No related posts. Read More »

VisionTek Xtasy 9800 Pro 128MB

If you want one of the highest performing graphics cards on the market today, you basically have two choices — a Radeon 9800 Pro and a GeForce FX 5900, both of which are offered with 128 or 256MB of RAM. We finally get the chance to review a retail 9800 Pro, and it’s VisionTek’s 128MB version. Check out my review to see how well it performs. No related posts. Read More »

TR2TT’s TR2-M4 X Blower Heatsink/Fan

TR2TT is a Thermaltake company making its name known with CPU coolers. The TR2-M4 is very similar in design to the Cooler Master Aero 7 coolers. Check out the review to see how the “X Blower” HSF performs. No related posts. Read More »

Cooler Master Aero 7 Lite CPU Cooler Review

The Cooler Master Aero 7 Lite is lighter, cheaper, and best of all, actually performs better too! (I was quite surprised by this unit.) Even the stock thermal pad that came with the unit performs like a champ. All in all, it’s hard to believe you could find a better CPU cooler in its price range. No related posts. Read More »

Antec Performance Plus 660AMG

Quiet and attractive, the 660AMG from Antec delivers in more ways than one. Need a good looking case that comes with a TruePower PSU to boot, check out this review and see if you’ll want to be next in line for one. No related posts. Read More »

Leadtek WinFast A350 TDH MyVIVO (FX 5900)

With the WinFast A350 TDH MyVIVO, Leadtek offers a great blend of features and performance for a price below many of its FX 5900 competitors. Read the review to see if this graphics board should be on your list of choices for your next upgrade. No related posts. Read More »

Etching a Case Window

The Bjorn3D paw immortalized in Plexiglas… read the article to check out Kevin’s nice new modded case window. No related posts. Read More »

Plastic Surgery for your Desktop: Does It Hurt?

Have you ever wondered if those cool programs which lets you skin Windows affect the performance in your games? We have. We decided to benchmark a number of games just to see what would happen if you skinned your Windows. What did we find out? Click and learn. No related posts. Read More »

Kingwin KT-424-S-WM Aluminum Case

Kingwin makes some of the more stylish aluminum cases available today, and the KT-424-S-WM is no exception. With a window pre-installed, thumbscrews all over, a removable motherboard tray, tool-less drive installation and much more, it truly is an awesome case. Read the article to find out more about this great case. No related posts. Read More »

The Cool Mouse (Mod)

Have you ever experienced sweaty hand syndrome sitting at your PC? Take a look at this mod for your mouse that can keep those slimy paws of yours nice and cool when you’re fragging your buddies, or finishing that late research paper. No related posts. Read More »

Creative Labs PC Multimedia Remote Control

While the computer slowly has turned into a fully featured multimedia unit capable of both playing music and movies there is one thing that it is lacking – the ability to control the programs through a remote. Eksitdata.com sent over a cheap piece of hardware that might just do the trick – the Creative Labs PC Multimedia Remote Control. No related posts. Read More »

Solarism Flex-View LM-1730 17in LCD Monitor

With more and more gamers considering LCD monitors as their main monitors and/or for LAN party systems, it’s nice to see a reasonably priced, good performing 17″ 16ms offering from Solarism. So is it good for gaming? Read the article to find out! No related posts. Read More »

Compro VideoMate TV Gold Plus

The Compro VideoMate is a great card for anyone looking for a Digital Video Recorder. The quality of the output is very good and will not make you dissapointed. No related posts. Read More »

DFI LANParty NFII Ultra Motherboard

DFI has come out strong with its attractive, enthusiast-oriented LANParty series of motherboards and its strong support of the LAN party community. In this article, you can see how the NFII Ultra LANParty motherboard compares to the KT400A LANParty and an AOpen nForce2 motherboard. No related posts. Read More »

Hercules Gamesurround Muse Lt

Looking for a soundcard that produces good sound without all the bells and whistles that you don’t want to pay for? Check out the Gamesurround Muse Lt from Hercules, a simple card that will make your ears and your wallet happy. No related posts. Read More »

Hercules Gamesurround Muse 5.1 DVD & Fortissimo III 7.1 Sound Cards

The Hercules Gamesurround Muse 5.1 DVD and Gamesurround Fortissimo III 7.1 sound cards deliver plenty of value for people longing for surround sound on their PCs. But do current owners of nForce2-based motherboards have any reason to even give them another thought? Read the review to find out. No related posts. Read More »

Cooler Master Musketeer — System Dynamics Detector

With the Musketeer, CoolerMaster has released a visually attracitve and very useful system monitoring device. The Musketeer is designed to display the fan voltage, audio sound pressure and the temperature of the positioned thermal sensor. It’s a very interesting product. Check the article for more info. No related posts. Read More »

MSI GeForce FX 5900 VTD128

MSI introduces an innovative, quiet and good performing high end card with its GeForce FX 5900 VTD128. Additionally, this card offers video-in / video-out capabilities. But it doesn’t come cheap. Read the review to see if we think it might be worth you spending your cash on. No related posts. Read More »

PalitDaytona GeForce FX 5200 Ultra 128MB

It is obvious GeForce FX videocards have begun their rise into the graphics market. PalitDaytona brings us the little brother of the group, the FX 5200 Ultra. If you have been scoping out the next generation of video cards, check out this review to see where the FX 5200 Ultra stands. No related posts. Read More »

Cooler Master Aero 7+ CPU Cooler

The Cooler Master Aero 7+ is not without flaws, but itÂ’s a good performer and if you are looking for a CPU cooler that is both quiet and suitable for overclocking your Athlon, you should certainly consider this unit. No related posts. Read More »

Corsair Hydrocool 200

Corsair has always been a top notch manufacturer of memory, but can they make the jump to processor cooling? This all-in-one water cooling kit just may do the trick. Read the article to see how well the Hydrocool 200 keeps its cool under pressure. No related posts. Read More »

Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 9 200GB

In this review, the Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 9 200GB hard drive is compared to the popular Western Digital 120GB Special Edition hard drive. Both have 8MB buffers, but the Maxtor uses the faster ATA/133 interface compared to the Western Digital’s ATA/100. So how do they compare? Read the article to find out just how much better the DiamondMax drive performs… No related posts. Read More »

Enermax EG465P-VE(FC) Power Supply

With a plethora of features, like dual temperature controlled fans and a maximum of 460 watts of power, the EG465P-VE(FC) from Enermax is a great power supply for almost any PC. No related posts. Read More »

Enermax CS-B031-TBB Titanium Case

Aluminum cases have been quite popular over the past couple years, and it seems as if regular old steel is the only other option out there if you don’t want aluminum. Well, that is until Enermax decided to produce a titanium case! Check out our review of the CS-B031-TBB titanium case from Enermax. No related posts. Read More »

Biostar M7NCG PRO Motherboard

I like nearly everything about the M7NCG PRO. This nForce2 mainboard is a solid overclocker, with support of FSB speeds of up to 200 MHz. While the second built-in VGA port will appeal to some of you, the missing Serial-ATA and RAID features will likely be an issue for others, as will the missing serial port. No related posts. Read More »

Xoxide Super Lazer LEDs

The Super Lazer LEDs from Xoxide are an affordable and flexible way to add light to your case. You can focus each of the three independent LEDs on different components in your case, or you can use all three to add a lot of light to your system. No related posts. Read More »

Crucial 3200 1GB Kit

‘No-one will ever need more than 640k” … That was ages ago. Today 512 MB is almost a minimum and more and more are getting 1 GB of memory. We’ve taken a look at some PC3200 memory from Crucial to see how it stands up against more expensive memory. No related posts. Read More »

Leadtek K7NCR18D PRO II

A few months ago we reviewed the Leadtek K7NCR18D PRO and loved it. Now it is time to take a look at the updated Leadtek K7NCR18D PRO II, which includes 400MHz FSB support. Is it as good or even better? No related posts. Read More »

Athenatech A747SC Midtower Case

If you are tired of the same old beige cases, then check out the cases from Athenatech U.S.A. Inc. This company has been manufacturing computer cases and power supplies for over six years. Athenatech GmbH has a factory located in Mainland China with a workspace of 40,000 square meters and more than 1,500 staff. Their current production capacity is now around 600,000 units monthly. No related posts. Read More »

CMG Equipment Infinity Ultra

While a flashlight might not be the first thing that springs to mind when someone mentions LEDs, it just might be something you should consider for dropping in your PC repair or LAN party tool kit! No related posts. Read More »

Leadtek WinFast A310 Ultra TD MyVivo

Leadtek’s MyVIVO line always seem to pack in great features and good bundles, and in general, Leadtek products perform quite well. So does the WinFast A310 follow that trend? Read the article to see how this GeForceFX 5600 Ultra card fares in our testing. No related posts. Read More »

Plextor PX-504A DVD+R/RW CD-R/RW

Plextor has a reputation of producing high quality and high performing CD-RW drives. Recently, Plextor decided to join the DVD recorder market and try to extend that reputation. This review takes a look at Plextor’s PX-504A DVD+R/RW drive, which actually is also a CD-R/RW drive as well. No related posts. Read More »

Xoxide UV LED Fans

LED fans are great. UV light is great. So combine the two and you have great great… or greater. Well, what I’m trying to say is UV LED fans look great and help cool your case, which is great! Check out this article about Xoxide’s UV LED fans, and I’ll stop saying great. No related posts. Read More »

Biostar M7NCD Pro

If you are building an AMD powered system these days chances are high that you will be using a motherboard using NVIDIA’s excellent nForce2 chipset. Today we are taking a look at Biostar’s second nForce2-based motherboard, the M7NCD Pro, a nForce2 motherboard with a $80 pricetag. No related posts. Read More »

DFI LANParty KT400A Motherboard

DFI isn’t leaving anyone guessing with their latest line of high performance, feature-packed boards. The LANParty family is quite obviously aimed at the enthusiast / gamer / modder who wants to show off his system. Dual LAN, UV reactive and RAID 1.5 are just a few of the interesting features found on the LANParty KT400A. No related posts. Read More »

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