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It's time to take AMD's newest performance chipset for a spin as we scrutinize four top-of-the-line AMD 790FX motherboards to find out what makes them tick. Which board has the most tricks up its sleeves? Which board has the best performance? Which board suits your needs the most? Answers inside.
The NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS was supposed to tide consumers over till the GeForce 9600 GT made its debut. However, they were non-existent in retail. We finally got our hands on an overclocked version from ASUS but do these cards still have a place in today's mid-range segment? Find out in our article.
Suntec City has once again become a haven for IT and consumer electronics as the IT Show 2008 officially opens its doors beckoning prospective deal hunters, upgraders, enthusiasts and general consumers with four days of product extravaganza. Check out our full coverage now before you miss out on the best deals out there.
Can't get enough of the IT Show 2008? Here comes the second and last part of our complete IT Show 2008 coverage. With such a huge exhibition this year, we've got more deals for you that you can shake a fist at. Check out the rest of our coverage right here.
Formerly known as Silverthorne, the Atom is Intel's first purpose-built processor designed solely for ultra mobile devices. An apt name for the physical size of the core, what's more interesting is how and where these new CPUs will be featured and how those devices will drive the market. Interested in the Netbook? Read on.
The Samsung SGH-D880 is a dual SIM handset designed to take the hassle out of owning multiple mobile lines, especially useful for separating your business and social lives.
Armed with a beautiful design and a cool little USB trick, the new Philips GoGear SA4325 portable MP3 player is all set to take style and convenience to the next level.
The Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 is not just another wireless mouse with a cool shiny design. Microsoft's 25th Hardware Anniversary model here sports some nifty features under the hood that will make you smile.
It was only a matter of time before Shuttle updated its flagship small form factor PC to the newest chipset and the XPC Prima SX38P2 Pro is its attempt to port Intel's enthusiast class X38 chipset.
With the IT Show just around the corner and the festive season just over, there's nothing stopping you from getting a brand new rig. With that thought in mind and a budget of just $1,600, we take a look to see if we can assemble a DIY Rig that matches or exceeds an off-the-shelf system with a 22-inch LCD in performance and value.