All Product Articles tagged ‘gaming’
The game is on with Logitech's G13 Advanced Gameboard to enhance your macros for your fast-paced action games.
Fancy yourself a strapping warrior in an RPG? Foxconn's latest X58 motherboard has quite a striking name and an eye-catching box that seem more suited for a graphics card or gaming peripheral product than a staid motherboard. Here's our attempt at wielding the Flaming Blade.
After months of inactivity, ATI finally sprung back into action with its latest offering - the Radeon HD 4890. Boosting higher clock speeds and promising faster, better performance, can it successfully deliver a knock-out blow to its arch-rival, NVIDIA? Join us as we find out with a trio of the newcomers from ASUS, PowerColor and Sapphire.
Never one to sit back, NVIDIA responded swiftly with their new GeForce GTX 275 model to counter the Radeon HD 4890, which was only released earlier today. Boasting specifications that lie between a GeForce GTX 285 and GTX 260 Core 216, the battle between green and red just got a little hotter.
DFI has brought its Flame Freezer heatsink over to the latest Core i7 platform with its Intel X58 board, the LANParty UT X58-T3eH8. Equipped with its usual overclocking friendly BIOS, DFI promises more hours of tweaking for enthusiasts. We tried our hand at it and here are our thoughts.
We've long lamented how NVIDIA's GTX 200 series of cards need customized coolers to spice things up and at the same time keep the card running cooler. Thankfully, our prayers have finally been answered by Palit with their new GeForce GTX 260 Sonic 216 SP. Join us as we take the card into the hallowed halls of our labs to see if the dual-fan cooler does any good.
Now that AMD's AM3 Phenom II processors are available, it's time we look at the DDR3 motherboard options. We check out how vendors have refreshed the enthusiast class AMD 790FX chipset for these new processors in this shootout.
NVIDIA has gone back to its old ways, back in the act of rebranding old cards and passing them off as new ones. The recently announced GeForce GTS 250 is actually a GeForce 9800 GTX+ with a fancy new name. However, NVIDIA has tweaked it a little and we check it out to see if it brings anything new to the mid to high-end segment.
A wireless gaming mouse?! That's sacrilege! Microsoft however, wants to change your mind. With what? Their latest SideWinder X8, of course. Join us as we investigate further.
Not everyone can afford a super high-end gaming notebook, nor handle their accompanying bulk. We looked for alternatives and guess what? We found one that combines decent gaming prowess with the eminently portable 14.1-inch form factor - meet the MSI GX400 gaming notebook.