Following the exciting and costly Fatal1ty edition of the GeForce 8600 GT, we now turn to another passively cooled GeForce 8600 GT, the ASUS EN8600GT Silent. While it is not overclocked out of the box, does it still measure up to the competition then? We'll find out in this review.
Gigabyte updates its S-Series of motherboards with the Intel P35 chipset and introduces their new Ultra Durable 2 design. The GA-P35-DS3R recaptures the old magic of the GA-965P-DS3 as a great budget board with an incredible appetite for speed. Check out the full review right here.
Top gamer Jonathan 'Fatal1ty' Wendel has lent his name to quite a few products, including a line of graphics cards from XFX. This series is now into its second incarnation, with XFX updating the GPU to the new mainstream GeForce 8600 GT. Does it annihilate the opposition like the real player himself?
The MSI P35 Neo Combo isn't your typical mainstream Intel P35 motherboard with barebone functionality. It is a full featured budget board with quad-core processor support, good overclocking capability and a hybrid DDR2/DDR3 memory design. Read all about it right here.
Leading the charge for ATI in the mainstream DirectX 10 graphics card segment is its new Radeon HD 2600 XT, equipped with 256MB of GDDR4 memory. Is that sufficient against NVIDIA and its GeForce 8600 series? Find out as we take the Sapphire Radeon HD 2600 XT apart in this review.
Sporting a brand new naming scheme, AMD's brand new mainstream dual-core Athlon X2 BE-2350 is based on the same 65nm 'Brisbane' manufacturing process, but now offers a suprisingly cool 45W max. TDP for extreme energy efficiency in the desktop space.
Thanks to Canon's SELPHY ES-1, anyone can conveniently print those captivating photos anytime, anywhere.
After the disappointing performance numbers of the budget Radeon HD 2400 XT, we move up the ladder to the mid-range Radeon HD 2600 series with an overclocked version of the Radeon HD 2600 PRO from Sapphire.
MSI's K9AGM2-FIH brings budget HD decoding to the home with the AMD 690G chipset, onboard HDMI port with HDCP support and a price to remember.
Filling the gap between Dell's 2407WFP and the 3007WFP is the 27-inch 2707WFP, a monitor that is both new and different.