EVGA EVBot Overclocking Tool Overclockers rejoice! EVGA has launched the EVBot Overclocking Tool, a Plug and Play device that allows enthusiasts to push their systems to the limit easily. Read more…
ASUS listened. They flown in R & D Engineers from Taiwan to satisfy your crave!
Barely three days after the official launch of Radeon 5870, Slovenia based EKWB is already working on a new Full Cover Water Block for the new Radeon GPU. According to the website, the water blocks should be available in a fortnight if testing goes well.
MSI today showcase the overclocking capability of their P55-GD65 board using the OC buttons found on the board. All upcoming MSI P55 boards will have these buttons and MSI called it Direct OC. The +/- buttons can adjust the base clock of the Lynnfield processors instantly by 1MHz interval. It can also be used with MSI
The Swiss cooling solution provider ARCTIC COOLING today unveiled the new premium thermal compound ARCTIC MX-3 (4g). Its high thermal conductivity and non-curing nature make it one of the best thermal compounds for overclockers and gamers.
A-DATA is showcasing its XPG™ X series DDR3-2133X v2.0 2GB triple channel modules at CAS Latency 7 at only 1.6V. It uses 8 layers PCB and comes with aluminum heat spreaders and a RAM cooler with 2 Blue LED fan.
Galaxy releases a software that allows users to flash BIOS, change the fan speed as well as overclock the core, shader and memory clocks. It should work on the current Nvidia GeForce based cards except the flashing BIOS option as Galaxy card has dual BIOS. You may grab it over here.
Remember the legendary Thermalright XP-120? It gained recognition for being one of the first heatsinks to tame the heat from Intel’s notorious Presshot (sorry I meant Prescott) processors. Even though many heatsinks have overtaken it in terms of cooling performance, it still remained as a popular option for HTPCs. Today, Thermalright has released the successor
Out to get the most eye candy in the latest games regardless of the cost? Or looking to squeeze every last drop of value out of a limited budget? VR-Zone’s guide will help you to maximize your enjoyment regardless of how much you are prepared to fork out…
We give you a peek at Foxconn’s take on the X58 chipset – the top-end Blood Rage motherboard.
Part 2 of the Sapphire graphic cards comparison testing. We cover game benchmarking and give final thoughts and conclusion.
ECS sent us a huge box, 9800GTX+ HYDRA EDITION! We put the system to a series of benchmarking tests, temperature monitoring and also attempt to overclocking the GPUs.
Palit has reinvented the HD 4870×2… or have they? VR-Zone finds out if the humongous triple-slot cooler has much of an advantage, if any.
VR-Zone checks out two premium X58-based motherboards by ASUS, the P6T Deluxe and the Rampage II Extreme. Are they both worthy of the new Core i7?
We have the opportunity to check out how the EVGA X58 SLI FTW board overclocks using the E-LEET Tune utility. Basically this tool allows you to tweak QPI and PCIE frequency as well as CPU multiplier real-time within the OS. Another neat feature is the voltage tweaking options which is soon to be revealed. With the tool, we can
We have played around with ASUS Rampage II Extreme for a while to check out its OC potential on default air cooling setup. In fact, Core i7 is actually pretty easy to OC and we find that 4GHz is the sweet spot without any increase in voltages. We also investigate the different combination of base clock and
Need to know how your Extreme (QX9650) fairs against the new Extreme – Intel’s (Nehalem) Core i7 Extreme 965 Socket 1366. Is it a fair fight or a simple pushover. Read as we pit them against each other in a synthetic benchmark fight using 3DMark Vantage. And if that isn’t juicy enough we will overclock the CPUs upto 4.0GHz.
Overclocking your CPU will affect the rest of your system components in various ways. We look at how a single GTX 280 card is affected with syntethic benchmarking using 3DMark06.
Overclocking your CPU will affect the rest of your system components in various ways. We look at how a single 9800GTX card is affected with syntethic benchmarking using 3DMark06.