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If you had enough of notebooks engineered from space age composite material that are ruthlessly cold to the touch, then the arrival of the new leather ASUS S6F notebook could well be the best news you heard this year.
Craving for more info on the upcoming Socket AM2 motherboards and NVIDIA's forthcoming high-end chipsets? We'll satisfy your thirst with more data and a showcase of Gigabyte's pre-release nForce 500-series motherboards that are designed to please. Read on!
Just when we thought the GeForce 7600 GT couldn't get any faster than the XpertVision GeForce 7600GT Sonic, here comes Leadtek to crash the party with its own Extreme version that tops everything we have seen in our labs so far. Here then is the very speedy Leadtek WinFast PX7600 GT TDH Extreme 256MB.
Succeeding their lackluster predecessors, the new Pentium XE processors based on the Presler core sport some serious specs. With clock speeds of up to 3.73GHz, loaded with 4MB of L2 cache and taking advantage of a 1066MHz FSB, they seem to instill fear into AMD's A64 FX series; but are they that extreme?
Amidst stiff competition from Taiwanese and Korean players, Toshiba's Satelite A100 brings with it performance, usability and features. But are these good enough to make it stand out?
Can't get enough of AMD Socket AM2 information? Well we have more for you right here. We've gotten our hands on some choice hardware and we'd like to invite you to a sneak preview of MSI's K9N SLI Platinum featuring NVIDIA's nForce 570 SLI MCP. And yes, it's a Socket AM2 motherboard.
The GeForce 7900 GT is the flavor of the month with enthusiasts looking for a reasonably powerful high-end card worth their dollar. The problem though is it seems that there aren't enough of them to go round. We did manage to secure an extreme, overclocked version from XFX and here are our thoughts.
Our tests have concluded that the PixelMagic Plasma Enhancer 1000 is a quick and painless answer to upscale TV and similar quality video content on high-definition LCD/Plasma TV sets for maximum enjoyment.
First seen in its mid-range cards, Gigabyte has extended its Silent-Pipe II series of passive coolers to the low-end Radeon X1300 PRO, creating a card that seems dead set to become a favorite with HTPC enthusiasts. How does this silent card compare with the reference card? Read on as we bring you the details.
EPoX has released a motherboard that just may satisfy an enthusiast's thirst for performance with great overclocking capabilities and if you're resourceful, you could unlock a gaming beast with an SLI multi-GPU setup, but is the EP-9U1697 GLI worth your time of day? Find out here.