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The new Gigabyte GA-N680SLI-DQ6 motherboard will hit retail shelves soon and we've managed to snag one for some first hand experience. Based on the nForce 680i SLI chipset, this monster comes with the kitchen sink bolted on. You may not need such a board ever, but it sure gives you some boasting rights.
Vista's SideShow is a convenient feature that allows users to quickly access information such as e-mail, stock quotes, RSS feeds and media files without fully powering on their systems. ASUS is the first to offer a viable implementation of this technology with the WF5e notebook. Find out what we had to say on its impact.
Hate the wires but need a network for your computers? Then the Aztech HomePlug may just be the solution for your networking needs.
Your high-end 3D graphics crunching monster getting too noisy for you? Cooler Master has something to say about that with their upcoming CoolViva Pro VGA cooler.
Following up on its successful Radeon X1950 PRO, ATI now has a cheaper alternative for those wanting to save a few more bucks. This new SKU, the Radeon X1950 GT has lower clock speeds but we can always overclock it to match a Radeon X1950 PRO right? Read on to find out how that turned out.
Intel has just launched their Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN chipset for Centrino noteboooks as well as a new Connect with Centrino certification program, but what does this mean for consumers and the industry? We take a brief look at Intel's plans and the impact on the progress of the next generation IEEE 802.11n standard.
After more than five years in development, Windows Vista was finally launched. Never mind that the Singapore launch was two days later than the global launch, Microsoft Windows Vista is finally here.
If you have an Xbox 360 sitting in your living room acting as a media center, you must get your hands on its external HD DVD drive add-on to complete the full HD experience.
It's time to put dream into reality with the Nikon D40, a Digital SLR Camera that is both affordable and user-friendly.
2007 is the year where technologies like DX10 and quad-core processors proliferate the market as software like Microsoft Vista and next generation games/applications take center stage. Setting the pace of the CPU industry right from the start of the year is Intel and its new Core 2 Quad Q6600 which we test run in this review.