A number of web-sites published their reviews of ATI Technologies’ HDTV Wonder card that brings high definition television right onto your desktop. If you are a multimedia fan, head to AnandTech, ExtremeTech, Firingsquad or HotHardware.
Because of rising head dissipation from contemporary microprocessors and graphics chips, water-cooling is an option considered by many. Overclockers.com has some useful hints for those interested in buying such a cooling device, but do not have enough experience to ensure he or she gets a quality one
Storagereview.com is proud to present the Maxtor MaXLine III review. Find out nearly everything about the world’s first Serial ATA hard disk drive with 16MB buffer and a number of Serial ATA II capabilities. See the newborn’s performance compared to its opponents, such as MaXLine Plus II 250GB, WD Caviar WD2500JD, Seagate Barracuda 7200.7 and Hitachi Deskstar 7K250.
PCI Express, 64-bit processors, powerful graphics chips, DDR2 memory are nothing without software to take advantage from them. With the latest technologies available from Intel now and from other companies later during the year, you are probably interested whether you would be ready for Microsoft’s next-generation operating system code-named Longhorn if you get them. PCWorld.com compiles the latest information about the OS to feed your curiosity.
Tom’s Hardware Guide reviewed Terratec’s Aureon 7.1 FireWare audio card that seems to be an affordable semi-professional audio option for music enthusiasts that brings everything to satisfy multimedia or gaming fan.
In case you intend to get the latest hardware, such as NVIDIA GeForce 6800 Ultra graphics card and Intel Pentium 4 processor in LGA775 packaging, you should probably pay close attention to a quality power supply unit. Madshrimps has a review of definitely a nice option to consider – Antec TrueControl 550W.
In case you are always on the run, need Internet access and a kind of planner, but do not want to get a notebook or Tablet PC, you should probably check out the PCWorld.com’s Top 10 PDA roundup that covers high-end gadgets from ASUS, HP, Toshiba, PalmOne and Sony.