Spanning two months of exciting preliminary rounds, HardwareZone's Iron Tech 2008 reaches its grand finale here in Singapore, with ten contestants selected from five countries, competing for the title of the best PC tech enthusiast. Find out who emerged as the winner of this final challenge!
As we draw closer to the Grand Finals of Iron Tech 2008, let's check out how our Singapore contestants fared as they pitted their skills against each other during the semi-finals held at Funan DigitaLife Mall on the 11th of October 2008.
Once more, we take another GPS device out for a spin, and this time, it's the Mio C320b Car Navigation System.
It was a typical Saturday morning at Mangga Dua Square in Jakarta - that is, it was a typical morning before Iron Tech 2008 Semi-Finals officially begun. Then the shopping mall turned into an overclocking action arena as our contestants showed off their l33t overclocking skills.
With just two days to the Grand Finals of HardwareZone Iron Tech 2008, we check out the Thailand Semi-Final leg held last month and find out how the contestants coped with the challenge. Get a preview of the Thai finalists that will be competing against the other regional winners on Oct 12.
Retaining much of the good vibes from our last review of the Cooler Master Cosmos Storm casing, we take a look at their latest offering, the very promising Cooler Master HAF (High Air Flow) 932 to see how breezy this casing can be.
As we get ourselves embroiled in the world of high definition, here's one more to get you reacquainted with the HD realm: the Samsung NV24HD.
Samsung has set into motion another megapixel race race with the introduction of its first 8-megapixel camera phone, the Samsung INNOV8. For all you shutterbugs, welcome as we present to thee the INNOV8 and its imaging capability in this image loaded review.
With Blu-ray adopted as the format for next-generation HD videos, we take a look at Panasonic's DMP-B30 to see if it's any good.
Factory-overclocking and customized coolers are two popular ways for graphics cards to differentiate themselves from the competition. Short of featuring a rainbow-colored PCB, Zotac has taken another route with their GeForce 9600 GT DP offering. Check out our review to find out what the Hong Kong-based vendor has up its sleeves.