ECS KA1 MVP Extreme Motherboard

@ 2006/05/13 read/post comments(0)
ECS has been manufacturing motherboards since 1987. However, over the last year ECS has managed to climb toward the top of the enthusiast market with their innovative new designs and very reasonable prices.With every new chipset release,…

Desktop GeForce 7900 GS spotted in Dell system

@ 2006/05/13 read/post comments(0)
French site PC INpact has spotted an unannounced NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GS graphics card (translate here) selling as an option in a Dell XPS 600 desktop system. NVIDIA launched a mobile GeForce Go 7900 GS last month, but this GeForce…

ATI X1300 Pro - nVidia 7300GS - S3 Chrome S27 Compared

@ 2006/05/12 read/post comments(0)
If you’re looking for a little more 3D performance than it may be worth it to step up to the Sapphire X1300Pro. It offered the best performance in games and multimedia with a very high HQV score. At $86 retail…

Panasonic’s Blu-Ray Drive for Desktops to Cost $900

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Panasonic, one of the world’s leading consumer electronics companies, is set to ship its Blu-ray disc optical drives for desktop personal computer to its home market in Japan in about a month from now. But while the second Blu-ray disc…


@ 2006/05/12 read/post comments(0)
The good points of the EVGA 7800GS KO ACS3 Edition Superclocked video card include SM3.0 support, the fastest performance for an AGP card in its class and support for HDR.. There are still a lot of systems out there with…

Tuniq 2 Mid Tower Case

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Tuniq may be a division of Sunbeamtech, but with the introduction of arguably one of the best coolers around today, the Tuniq Tower 120, they have set themselves apart from the rest. The Tower 120 was put up against the…

Tim Sweeney Talks PhysX & UT2007

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For the record, acceleration hardware is supposed to accelerate your framerate, not decrease it! [laughs] That seems like its just a messy tradeoff that they made there. You certainly want your physics hardware to improve your framerate. That means that…

Three Quarters There : Seagate’s Barracuda 7200.10 750 GB

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For the last several years, the storage industry has been slowly headed towards a brick wall. Due to the extremely rapid pace that the hard drive industry has set for itself, we've seen 3.5" desktop hard drives increase in capacity…

Is The Playstation 3 Dead In The Water?

@ 2006/05/12 read/post comments(1)
For a while, it looked like Sony had an unbeatable console in the Playstation 3. At their E3 2005 press conference last year, they first showed off the console along with a few tech demos, a playable early version of…

More AMD M2 motherboards from different companies at CTS 2006

@ 2006/05/12 read/post comments(2)
I'm sure it won't surprise any of you to learn that one thing dominated the majority of AMD's stand at CTS - Socket AM2. With the launch of AMD's socket change and move to DDR 2 memory only weeks away…

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