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Dell 9400/Intel Core Duo/7800

@ 2006/03/23 read/post comments(0)
Bleedinedge reviewing a notebook? Not only that but it's a Dell and not an XPS system! You must be wondering what gives? To be fair, this review is about much more than just about a Dell. We will…

Gigabyte GA-8N-SLI Quad Royal (nForce4 SLI Intel Edition)

@ 2006/03/23 read/post comments(0)
Being the first NF4-SLI Intel Edition board from Gigabyte, we were pleased that the board was exceptionally stable. Our ATI Radeon X1800XL and nVidia GeForce 6600GT both work with this NF4 board without any hiccups, nevertheless end-user would probably choose…

SiS, Asetek, Foxconn, Primecooler, Scythe, Arctic Cooling and NVIDIA @ Cebit 2006

@ 2006/03/23 read/post comments(0)
Our Cebit coverage ends with reports from SiS, Asetek, Foxconn, Primecooler, Scythe, Arctic Cooling and NVIDIA. The highlights here are definitely the NVIDIA Quad-SLI and slides from the NVIDIA press conference.

ICY BOX IB-861 Multi-port Panel

@ 2006/03/23 read/post comments(0)
Back in 1995 when USB was first introduced, or probably a little time later to be accurate, we got a fairly simple four-port USB1.1 hub to review and I recall sitting looking at and wondering when we'd ever see four…

Zalman VF900-Cu VGA Cooler

@ 2006/03/23 read/post comments(0)
It's extremely difficult to make it to the top of your game, and even tougher to stay there. Zalman continues to show they're on top for a reason and aren't ready to give it up just yet. With it's ease…

Extremely Large and Complete Cebit 2006 Roundup!

@ 2006/03/22 read/post comments(0)
We must acknowledge that, as opposed to what certain fellow-members affirmed us, we found this CeBIT more interesting than preceding l’édition. Obviously, the innovations in the sectors headlights like the processors, the chipsets and the graphics boards are not resounding…

Dell's $10,000, 4.26GHz, Quad-SLI PC

@ 2006/03/22 read/post comments(0)
"Dude, you're getting a $10k Dell" -- When I think of a gaming PC, I think of maybe a Athlon FX-60 processor with two top of the line graphics cards running in SLI or CrossFire mode. Never…

Physics acceleration: the Next Big Thing™?

@ 2006/03/22 read/post comments(0)
However, the GPU does not feed very much data back to the CPU as a result of its physics calculations, which means that nothing that the GPU produces in the way of physics simulation can really affect gameplay. So you…

Albatron GeForce 7300GS128 PCI Express x16 Videocard

@ 2006/03/22 read/post comments(0)
nVIDIA addressed a couple of the main issues with the GeForce 6200TC that were bottle necking it, that being a relatively slow core clock speed and increasing memory on the PCB of the videocard. These alterations gives the Geforce 7300GS…

ATi X1900 All-In-Wonder

@ 2006/03/22 read/post comments(0)
It would appear that sometimes ATI's All-In-Wonder series are seen as the jewel in the crown of ATI's desktop line, while other times they appear to receive short shrift in terms of development and reach the market much, much later…

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