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KeySonic Intelligent KVM Switch

@ 2005/06/20 read/post comments(0)
Overall, the KeySonic KVM switch is a excellent product that comes in a small package. It worked like charm and gave me full control over my PCs. Now I can easily do my work on one PC and run benchmarks… Go To Full Article

PowerColor AX480A-GF (RADEON XPRESS 200P)

@ 2005/06/20 read/post comments(0)
The PowerColor AX480A-GF motherboard was featuring the RADEON XPRESS 200P (RX480) Chipset that delivers significant performance gains with variety of new generation architectures including dual-channel DDR, PCI-Express interface and Serial-ATA interface for improving storage performance. The… Go To Full Article

DFI LanParty UT nF4 SLI-DR

@ 2005/06/19 read/post comments(0)
Clearly DFI has put overclocking on the forefront with the design of this board. Pair that with the best chipset around, and you have plenty of good stuff. 8 SATA ports help, as does 6 USB ports on the back,… Go To Full Article

Mushkin Redline PC4000 1GB Dual Channel Kit

@ 2005/06/19 read/post comments(0)
If you've never heard of Mushkin's infamous Black Level II BH5, you should be ashamed of yourself and quit this computer hobby. Well Mushkin is back with blazing fast Winbond UTT BH5 but with a pretty red heatspreader.… Go To Full Article

Sunbeam Trio Mid-Tower Case

@ 2005/06/19 read/post comments(6)
The premise behind the Trio name and design is the inclusion of three Analog style gauges which provide information on Volume level, Fan Speed and Temperature. While the Analog style gauges provide a retro look and feel,… Go To Full Article

AMD Athlon FX-57 - The Ultimate Gaming CPU

@ 2005/06/19 read/post comments(0)
AMD is also beating the crap out of Intel when it comes to power consumption and heat dissipation. Our review chip hovers around 41 degrees Celsius under normal operating modes and can jump up over 60 degrees, however, that’s still… Go To Full Article

CoolerMaster Centurion 530

@ 2005/06/18 read/post comments(1)
The I/O ports and power / reset buttons are located on the top of the case, at the front. This is excellent for people who put their computer on the ground, but not so good for people like me who… Go To Full Article

Sunbeam Chromatic Windmill

@ 2005/06/18 read/post comments(0)
Overall the Sunbeam Chromatic Windmill is a nice function panel which supports many features such as fan control, temperature display, overheat alarm and more. With the price of 40USD, the price is still acceptable because most of such function panels… Go To Full Article

Prescott: The Last of the Mohicans? (Pentium 4: from Willamette to Prescott). Part II

@ 2005/06/18 read/post comments(1)
Here I would like to omit all the details of our endless search, but I have to admit that the idea to study carefully Intel’s patents turned out very fruitful in the long run. It is there that we found… Go To Full Article

Run your own benchmarks - Don't trust the manufacturer

@ 2005/06/18 read/post comments(0)
Testing the strength of your system before and after making a hardware upgrade can help determine whether the funds you put toward a new hard drive or graphics card was money well spent. We run benchmarks every day in the… Go To Full Article

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