AMD has been catching up with some of Intel's more powerful processors with its latest AM3 Phenom II offerings. This is aided in part by the competitively priced mainstream boards of which the 790GX chipset plays a major role. We cover three of the top Socket AM3 790GX boards available now from ASUS, BIOSTAR and MSI.
Now that we have explored the various touch screen mobile operating systems, we take the next step and present you our findings on how some of the top touch screen mobile phones match up in the market. Which touch screen device is the right one for you? The answers are right here in our continuing feature article.
After months of inactivity, ATI finally sprung back into action with its latest offering - the Radeon HD 4890. Boosting higher clock speeds and promising faster, better performance, can it successfully deliver a knock-out blow to its arch-rival, NVIDIA? Join us as we find out with a trio of the newcomers from ASUS, PowerColor and Sapphire.
2.1 speaker systems are all the rage these days. Offering the best combination of price and performance, they are the de facto choice amongst most users. Join us as we take an aural journey through seven of the best 2.1 multimedia speaker systems in the market today.
Now that AMD's AM3 Phenom II processors are available, it's time we look at the DDR3 motherboard options. We check out how vendors have refreshed the enthusiast class AMD 790FX chipset for these new processors in this shootout.
With the new GeForce GTX 285 firmly cementing its place as the fastest GPU on the planet, we take a look at closer look at some of the fastest GeForce GTX 285 cards money can buy. Featuring contenders from heavyweights ASUS and MSI, this is going to get dirty.
NVIDIA has brought its latest GTX 200 GPU architecture to its professional workstation line of Quadro graphics cards. Included in this refresh is an interesting Quadro CX model that promises to use CUDA to improve encoding speed in Adobe Premiere Pro CS4. Obviously, we had to try it ourselves and here's our experience.
Shrouded behind the hype surrounding the new GeForce GTX 295 is the GeForce GTX 285. Essentially a 55nm refresh of the GTX 280, NVIDIA says it will provide up to 10% more performance while consuming up to 20W less power. Sounds too good to be true? Join us for the full revelation.
With Christmas only a day away, we present you with a HardwareZone Special - a feature article involving the best performing graphics cards money can buy in four price segments. Involving the Radeon HD 4870 X2, Radeon HD 4870, GeForce GTX 280 and the GTX 260+, this is one roundup you cannot afford to miss.
If size is really your thing, then don't miss this shootout where we take these mammoth 18.4-inch desktop replacement notebooks from Acer, HP, Toshiba and Sony in a battle of epic proportions!
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- Olympus announces the latest in their “Tough” series of ruggedised cameras – the Stylus Tough TG-4
- Qualcomm will ditch TSMC for Samsung to make the Snapdragon 820
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