While Doom III did not appeared to be an impressive title for all, it still worth to check out the hardware that will be required to play the game. Surprisingly only a few of the web-sites have published a graphics cards round-up in Doom III game:
FiringSquard has also reviewed LeadTek’s latest high-end graphics card. The WinFast A400 Ultra TDH is based on the GeForce 6800 Ultra graphics chip clocked at 425MHz and is equipped with 256MB of memory functioning at 1.10GHz as well as massive copper cooling solution.
Loads of PCs are bought with computer games in mind. To decide what hardware do you need for your computer to turn it into an ultimate gaming machine you should probably check out different articles on the Internet. Two web-sites have published their reviews covering Doom III performance dependence from different CPUs: AnandTech, [H]ard|OCP.
Spode’s Adobe has posted an analysis of chipsets for AMD Athlon 64 processors. The web-site discusses the impact of HyperTransport clock along with memory frequencies can have on system performance. Also check out pretty small chipset speed comparison represented by NVIDIA’s nForce3 250, SIS’ 755 and VIA’s K8T800.
Viperlair.com has posted a review that will help those who try to save as much money as they can, but still get a 64-bit capable system. AMD’s Athlon 64 3200+ with 1MB of L2 cache has been compared to the Athlon 64 3000+ with the 512KB of L2 cache. Find out how much performance you can gain from an extra L2 cache as well as extra money.
Storagereview.com has posted a round up of the latest Serial ATA hard disk drives. The manufacturers have been quietly refreshing their existing flagships, which is why the current HDDs may be faster or slower compared to the same models produced a year ago. Read on and find out what has changed in Hitachi Deskstar 7K400, Western Digital Caviar WD2500JD and Seagate Barracuda 7200.7 since their initial release.
Bjorn3d.com has reviewed Lite-On’s LVW-5005 DVD recorder. This optical drive supports different media types such as DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, CD-R and CD-RW. Also the device bolsters firmware upgrade, different I/O connections and even a DV link for easy plug-and-record from video cameras.
Turning your home into a digital one is becoming easier day by day. The SMC WAA-B wireless audio adapter reviewed at Rage3D is just another step in digitizing your househeld. This EZ-Stream wireless adapter will allow you to stream your MP3s and WMAs to your stereo and/or home theater wirelessly through your 802.11b/g WLAN.
Tom’s Hardware Guide has posted an article that explains the basics of HDTV. You can find out what benefits do the HDTV bring and how you can achieve them.