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ASUS' updated flagship motherboard for the Intel platform doesn't just sport some feature additions like dual Gigabit LAN and CrossFire multi-GPU support, but the P5WD2-E Premium is one board that no gamer or overclocker should pass by. When ASUS says 'Premium', they mean it.
The choices for a GeForce 7600 GT continues to expand as we take a look at the second passively cooled version of this popular mid-range graphics card to reach our labs. Equipped with Gigabyte's Silent Pipe II cooler, it promises absolute silence while still keeping respectable frame rates and comes with a good bundle to boot.
Curious to what degree has DDR2 memory aided AMD's latest Socket AM2 processors? Wait no more as the results are in from our extended round of testing and we've got the answers for you. It might just surprise you.
Through the N80, Nokia has once again demonstrated style, functionality, and good features can all be rolled into a handset for both communication and entertainment purposes.
Compared to the GeForce 7600 and 7900 GT scene, there is hardly much activity among vendors for the top of the class GeForce 7900 GTX. Its high price and the proliferation of the reference design may be the reasons, along with relatively tight supply. Nevertheless, Inno3D has the goods and here's what we think.
A motherboard with a 'motherload' of settings, Foxconn's premier Socket AM2 board sporting the new nForce 590 SLI chipset delivers on performance, stability and overclockability. After putting it through its paces, we found the Foxconn C51XEM2AA worthy of the hardcore enthusiast. Read on.
NVIDIA has launched their highly anticipated successor to the long-standing nForce4 chipset in conjunction with AMD's brand new Socket AM2 processors. The nForce 500 MCPs are a new breed of performance enhancing and intelligent chipsets and we have the full details right here.
AMD's Socket AM2 platform goes gold and we check out their top of the line offerings with the Athlon 64 FX-62 and the Athlon 64 X2 5000+ AM2 processors against their Socket-939 predecessors and the competitor's. Fasten your seatbelts and dive in to this review for the full details.
The affordable Pentium D 900-series is Intel's current mainstream dual-core CPU offering for consumers. Priced lower than the 'equivalent' 800-series, they have proven to be interesting competitors to the dearer Athlon 64 X2 series. Exactly where do they stand and how does the brand new 960 model fit in the picture?
Ageia shows off the world's first processor dedicated to physics calculations with the launch of its PhysX card. ASUS, as one of its board partners, naturally has a retail version available. Read our impressions about this new technology and our thoughts on whether it will herald a new era in gaming physics.