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Asus Lamborghini VX2 Laptop Review

Currently, there are a few companies who are pushing some nice boutique notebooks into the market: Dell with their futuristic Alienware branding, Acer with their Ferrari Branding, and right here at VR-Zone, our favorite is definitely none other than the Asus Lamborghini. Presenting to you the Asus Lamborghini VX2. (more…)

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Gigabyte GA-N650SLI-DS4 650i SLI Review

The NVIDIA motherboard chipsets on Intel platforms have caught up with Intel chipsets in the past few months in terms of popularity, pulling down the traditional notion of "Intel chipset with Intel Processors - No-brainer consideration". Initially when the NVIDIA Crush 55 chipsets launched, it was a product that required

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Biostar TA690G AMD 690G Motherboard Review

AMD hasn't been rolling out any desktop chipsets ever since their 750/760MP/MPX chipsets, and it's about fine time that they made an attempt at the chipset market again. VR-Zone brings you an in-depth article of AMD's latest chipset, the AMD 690G in Biostar's context, the Biostar TA690G. THe 690G consists

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Foxconn N68S7AA-8EKRS2H NVIDIA 680i SLI

In just a few weeks previous, there were about 4 different models of NVIDIA 680i SLI motherboards in the market - the reference boards used by EVGA, Inno3D, Biostar, etc, the IN9 32x MAX from abit, the GA-N680SLI-DQ6 from Gigabyte, the Striker Extreme and P5N32-E from ASUS. The latest addition

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Graphics CardsReviews

ASUS XG Station Preview

When XG Station, the world's first external graphics for notebooks from ASUS made their first appearance over at CES back in January, it has stirred up huge interests from the media and consumers. This time round, ASUS plans to demo a more finalized version of their XG Station over at

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Zotac GeForce 8800GTS 320MB Review

Zotac is one of the latest Graphics Card Maker to enter the market. In fact, if you drop by their website, you'll see that it has just started up and is still under construction. From market industry talks, it seems that unlike ATi/AMD AIB partner policy, whereby price-protection is pretty

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EVGA 8800GTS 320MB Review

The 8800 series of graphics cards from NVIDIA house the first generation of GPUs capable of DirectX 10. They came positioned at a higher price segment of the market, and this may be one of the main reason barricading people from upgrading. Recently, the 8800GTS 320MB was launched, same specifications

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ASUS Striker Extreme & P5N32-E SLi

The Striker Extreme is ASUS' answer to those looking for a high-end motherboard that performs well, overclocks well, and comes with all the bells and whistles. Does it add up for the Striker? We will also be taking a look at the P5N32-E SLi, the stripped-down counterpart of the Striker,

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abit IN9 32x MAX 680i SLI Motherboard

What I have noticed about abit in recent generation of chipset motherboard trend, is that it is a company focused on perfecting a flagship product to lead each line of motherboard chipsets it chooses to go with at a particular time in the market rather carefully. It trades diversity for

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ASUS Commando P965

ASUS launches the next motherboard in their top-end "Republic Of Gamers" series, the Commando. Does this flagship board really achieve better overclocks? What then of the other bells and whistles ASUS has thrown in? Read on to find out... (more…)

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MemoryReviews

Kingston Hyper-X PC9200 DDR2 1200MHz

Today, I am going to introduce to you the latest top-end DDR2 Memory from Kingston's premium Hyper-X range. The Memory kit in question is rated to run at DDR2 1200MHz (PC9200) at CAS Latency of CL5-5-5-16. This is performed under the specified voltage of 2.3-2.35v. This kit we have on

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