It has been HIS’s tradition to include the pretty looking Arctic Cooling heatsink fan onto their products. Together with HIS’s special iTurbo feature, we take a look at the “BMW” of the X800GT class.
In the current DDR market, there are 2 types of memory enthusiasts and overclockers look out for. One type uses Samsung TCCD that can scale to very high frequencies at loose timings. The other type uses Winbond UTT which do moderate frequencies at very fast timings. We take a look at a pair of memory
Silence has been the trend these days. Various graphics card makers are outdoing each other with more elaborate cooling solutions that boast to be quieter and just as efficient. For the N6600GT Silencer, ASUS totally removed the fan for total silence. Just how did they do it?
This new set of drivers, the 81.26 Beta Forware drivers, is the first set we see of the upcoming Forceware which will feature many new features such as individual card clocking in SLI mode and Dual Core CPU optimizations. Therefore we decided to really pit a single core CPU against a dual core CPU on
This year, Intel launches its Pentium D and Pentium Extreme Edition series of processors incorporating dual cores within a single CPU. This seems to be a trend this year… dual everything, from dual Video Cards to dual core CPUs, the X2s from AMD and of course Intel’s Dual Cores. Let’s take a look at the
Scythe Co Ltd is a rather new company in the Computer Enthusiast Cooling Arena. Established in the 2004, Scythe started dishing out affordable enthusiast grade heatsinks at a rapid pace, with one generation of innovation after another. Today, we will be taking a look at one of their latest multi-socket heatsink, the Scythe Ninja.
Today, we will be looking at one of their latest entry level server board; ASUS P5MT based on Mukilteo chipset supporting the Intel Dual Core processors suitable for rackmount and pedestal systems. It can double up as a workstation or high-end desktop board for enthusiasts and gamers as well with a presence of a PCIe
We were fortunate enough to be able to lay our hands on the new Portable Media Player, Creative Zen Vision made by world reknown sound card manufacturer Creative Technology. Catacombs shares his “Zen” experience with us!
VR-Zone brings you an indepth review of the Silverstone SG-01, the SFF-like Cube case that accepts a micro atx mainboard.
ATi has originally planned to launch their next generation R520 at Computex Taipei 2005 but was faced several delays. According to sources from several AIB partners, the most likely launch for ATI R520 now is mid October. We have taken a first look at a R520 Rev 02 engineering sample!
When one thinks of LG, CPU coolers certainly do not come to mind. However, it seems that the Korean company is moving into the computer hardware arena, more specifically, the cooling arena. We managed to obtain a sample of the LG SHS-X500, a heatsink designed for Socket 478, 754 and 939. Our member Elladen and
The Logitech G5 Laser is Logitech’s answer to the recently launched Razer Copperhead. The G5 Laser comes with a similar Laser based 2000dpi sensor, and has a rather elaborate weight management system. Look here, while VR-Zone takes a first look at this brand new mouse!
Today, VR-Zone will be taking a look at one of the latest small form offerings from Shuttle, the Shuttle SD31P. Featuring the latest Intel 945P Express Chipset supporting the Dual Core Pentium D from Intel, enthusiasts will love this power packed little monster.
With the new Creative Zen Vision and the Muvo Vidz, Creative aims to go into the video loving crowd. Both the Vidz and the Zen Vision has video play back as one of the main highlights. Click here for a deeper in-sight on these new players!
Shuttle’s SN26P takes 3D performance to total new heights. As the name suggests, this machine comes pre-fitted with 2 pieces of Geforce 6800 GT in SLi mode. Look here to know how Shuttle managed to squeeze these high end cards in such a small package!
Razer has been enjoying a very fast growing popularity among the gamers, making high quality gaming mice and mouse pads. Today, VR-Zone takes a look at the latest from Razer, the Razer Copperhead. With various special features, have a look to see why this mouse is made to be different from others.
VR-Zone takes a close look at this middle ground ATi card. Targeted at the mid range market long dominated by the Nvidia Geforce 6600GT. Read this to find out how the Powercolor X800GT fairs against the Geforce 6600GT!
Inno3D is constantly at the forefront in providing the latest and full range NVIDIA based graphics cards to the market, be it very high end, mainstream or budget series. Today we will take a look at the 7800 GTX card from Inno3D, a reference design from NVIDIA and we check out what is in for
Nvidia has recently introduced the 6600LE, poised to take over the 6200s in the budget graphics segment. Today, we’ll find out why the Inno3D 6600LE is so different from its 6200 counterparts, and how it fares against the Geforce 6200.
Being one of the first Geforce 7800 GT to arrive into our labs, VR-Zone takes a first look at the Leadtek Winfast PX 7800 GT. Read here for more indepth insights on this 2nd highest end, but wallet friendly card.