HotHardware has taken a close look at five new mainboards for AMD’s PGA939 processors. Find out who is the best among ABIT AV8, ECS KV2 Extreme, Gigabyte K8NSNXP-939, MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum and MSI K8T Neo2-FIR platforms in terms of overclocking, performance, features and price.
Bit-tech.net has posted a brief look at the ATI’s just announced ALL-IN-WONDER X800 XT graphics card. Check out a few photos as well as some new features included in the latest addition to the AIW series.
The second round of the GeForce 6600 GT GPU performance reviews is here. While nearly everything about NVIDIA’s new mainstream chip has been said, there still may be something interesting left.
Tweaknews.net has reviewed Altec Lansing AHS602 headset. This gaming headset with microphone bring new features to the gaming environment like a high quality microphone, a remote volume and mute capabilities along with simulated 3D audio Passive Noise reduction and surround sound.
Rage3D has reviewed Logitech’s MX510 mouse. The mouse is designed specifically for hardcore gamers and is equipped with all the latest technologies for Logitech. But how good it really is?
If you are planning to build your own water cooling solution then you will surely need a good water block. Viperlair.com has taken a look at PolarFLO’s TT water block. Although this product is designed for the LGA775 microprocessors, you can easily mount it onto Socket 754/939/940 and Intel’s Socket 478/603 and 604 mainboards with the help of a special universal mounting plate.
If you prefer a more traditional way of cooling down your CPUs via coolers, you should read this, as this may concern you. ExtremeMHz.com has reviewed XG Ice Age P4 heat pipe cooler. This cooling solution is designed to cool down Intel’s Pentium 4 and utilizes a new dual heatpipe technology. The product is fully made of aluminum as well as 70mm blue LED fan.
TrustedReviews has reviewed Sony VAIO VGN-A117S notebook. Although the VGN-A117S isn’t a Centrino branded notebook, it does use Intel Pentium M processor clocked at 1.70GHz. The main feature of this 17’ widescreen notebook is the ultra high native resolution of 1920x1200, other specs are pretty natural – 512MB of memory, 80GB HDD, MOBILITY RADEON 9200 graphics, etc.
The back-to-school season is almost over but you can still purchase some products that will help your business during the coming months. PCWorld.com has posted its round-up of mobile computers for September 2004. As usually, there are three segments in the fresh chart: desktop replacement notebooks available from $1333 and hitting the $2330 price point, all-purpose laptops that start from $1499 and climb up to $2299 along with ultra-portable notebooks that cost from $2200 to $2399.