The motherboard we are going to look at today, the P5AD2-E Premium probably is one of the most features packed motherboard around (Dual Gigabit LAN, Wireless G, 8 SATA channels with RAID etc.) and we will test out new Prescott 3.8Ghz E0 against the 1066Mhz FSB 3.46 Extreme Edition.
Today we bring you a review of a custom modded Cooler Master ATC-201 case by the guys at Wahoo Computers. Fully painted and customized, this is the case we took down to Quakecon earlier this year. Can the guys at Wahoo put together a great looking case that you would be proud to display? Come
Today we have a review of three different Samsung TCCD based memory modules from Corsair, Kingston, and OCZ. Running 2-2-2-5 latencies at DDR 400, are all three of these memory modules made equal? Come and see for yourself.
Today we take a look at the lastest GPU product family from ATI, the R480, more specifically the ATI Radeon X850 XT Platinum Edition. A PCI Express only card built on a aging 130nm process, does the card have what it takes to distance itself from the R420′s high end parts while outperforming NVIDIA’s high
Today we bring you a review of Microcool’s new Chipsinks, which are designed to passively cool down your PLLs, mosfets and southbridge. How great of an effect will they have in our overclocking and temperature tests? Come and take a closer look…
Today we bring you a review of ATI’s newest Multimedia product, the ATI HDTV Wonder. How does ATI’s latest addition to the TV Wonder family perform? Come and take a closer look.
NVIDIA nForce 4 is the second PCI Express chipset for AMD platform sports exciting features such as SATA 3GB/s and ActiveArmor. Specially for performance enthusiasts, NVIDIA nTune software provides numerous tweaking functions to optimize system performance.
Today we bring you a review of Sapphire’s latest high-end PCI Express graphics card, the Sapphire Radeon X800XT PCIe. Does Sapphire’s latest card have what it takes to compete with the NVIDIA GeForce 6800GT? Come and take a closer look…
Today we take a look at Shuttle’s latest AMD based SFF Barebone system, the SN95G5. Based on NVIDIA’s nForce 3 Ultra chipset, does Shuttle’s new SFF have what it takes to hold its own against MSI’s popular K8N Neo2 Platinum? Come and take a closer look…
Today we bring you a review of a very unique product from ASUS, the ASUS Radeon X600 XT Extreme. Targeted for the HTPC and SFF crowd, the Radeon X600 XT Extreme features both native HDTV output and VIVO capability, two features not usually seen in Radeon X600 cards.
Today we bring you a review of AMD’s latest desktop CPU offering, the Athlon 64 4000+. Running on AMD’s Socket 939 platform and with double the L2 Cache of the 3800+, does AMD’s latest CPU have what it takes to differentiate itself from previous models while taking on Intel’s latest processors?
As the price of high speed DVD R burners has been droping these recent months, most people find it comfortable to own one. However , the availability of good high speed media is scarce. VR-Zone team got a chance to bring you a first look of a new product line from Ritek , the X-Series
Today we bring you one of XFX’s latest graphics cards, their GeForce 6800GT. Running on a 16 pixel pipeline architecture and using a single slot cooling solution, does the card have what it takes to take on the ATI Radeon X800 Pro? Come and take a look.
Today we are going to look at another quality product line of InnoVISION, the InnoDV TV-USB2! portable TV/Video Recorder. This little nifty machine allows you to watch and record LIVE TV programs.
Today we take a look at MSI’s readily available NV40 part, the GeForce 6800 standard. Running on 12 pixel pipelines and DDR1 memory, does the card have enough power to keep up with cards like the Radeon X800 Pro and the GeForce 6800GT? Come and take a look.
Today we bring you part two of our three part series on benchmarking using the Source Engine. Today we use Valve’s Source Engine Stress Test to show how ATI and NVIDIA’s high-end and mid-ranged cards will perform in Half-Life 2. Also included are benchmarks with NVIDIA’s beta 65.62 drivers.
HIS Excalibur Radeon X800 Pro VIVO can be considered as one of the most after sought card now featuring X800 Pro GPU with 256MB GDDR3 memory and VIVO functionality. Certainly, with price lower than that of the X800 XT PE and the ability to turn into a full fledge X800 XT PE will make the
Today we bring you a review of MSI’s latest NVIDIA based offering on the PCI Express platform, the MSI PCX 5750. Based on the GeForce FX 5700 Ultra GPU, will the PCX 5750 be the card to own in the mid-ranged PCI Express graphics card market?
Today VR-Zone Hardware brings you the world’s first Counter-Strike: Source benchmarks. In part one of our three part article on Counter-Strike: Source, we take a look at how ATI and NVIDIA’s latest high end GPU’s perform in real world Counter-Strike: Source gameplay.
Today we take a look at Thermaltake’s latest desktop case, the Tsunami. With Thermaltake a relatively new player in the enclosure industry, is their newest case worthy of your next system? Come and take a look…