• ASUS Radeon X600 XT Extreme

    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.

  • Athlon 64 4000+ Review

    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?

  • Ritek X-Series 8X DVD+/- R and 2.4X DVD+R DL Optical Media Review

    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

  • XFX GeForce 6800GT Review

    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.

  • InnoDV TV-USB2! Review

    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.

  • MSI GeForce 6800 Review

    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.

  • Half-Life 2 Stress Test : Benchmarked

    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 X800 Pro IceQ II VIVO Review

    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

  • MSI PCX 5750 Review

    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?

  • Counter-Strike: Source Benchmarked

    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.

  • Thermaltake Tsunami Review

    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…

  • OCZ DDR Booster

    OCZ has recently introduced their DDR Booster, a device that allows for manual voltage adjustment to your motherboards VDIMM, all the way up to 3.9V. Today we take a look at this new product from OCZ and we try to break the 250MHz FSB barrier while running at 2-2-2-5 timings using the DDR Booster.

  • Crucial Ballistix DDR2 – 533 Review

    Crucial has recently introduced their Ballistix line of memory, aimed at the enthusiast markets. We take a look at their new low-latency DDR2-533 memory, running at 3-3-3-10. How does the memory perform? Come and take a look.

  • Creative Zen Touch 20GB MP3 Player Review

    Nicknamed the Ipod Killer by some, Creative’s new Zen Touch aims to offer a comeptitive alternative to consumers who wish to own a digital jukebox.But with Apple releasing their 4G Ipods, will this new MP3 player make the cut ? Check it out!

  • Albatron GeForce PCX 5750 Review

    Albatron is one of the first manufacturers to put their mid-ranged PCI Express graphics card on the market. Does the PCX 5750 have what it takes to stand up to the Radeon X600 XT? Come and take a look.

  • ATi Mobility Radeon X600 Preview

    ATi has previously announced their Mobility Radeon X600 GPU codenamed M24 at Computex Taipei back in June this year and is the first mobile GPU offering that is native PCI Express based. VR-Zone got hold of a pre-production notebook from an OEM manufacturer for some quick testing to bench against the Mobility Radeon 9700.

  • Doom 3 Performance: Part 1

    Today VR-Zone brings you a preview of Doom 3 performance using today’s most popular graphics cards. In Part one of our three part Doom 3 benchmarking series, we’ll be using custom timedemos to give you an idea as to how the different graphics cards currently on the market perform in id Software’s brand new game.

  • Aigo P200 256MB MP3 Player

    The Aigo P200 is one of the very few full color MP3 player avaliable in Singapore today and spots nifty features other than the basic use of listening to MP3 songs. With a hefty price tag, this player is definitely not for the economical consumer.

  • Pentium M Dothan

    The new Pentium M code-named “Dothan” arrives with a few updates. These include 90nm technology, 2MB L2 cache and an enhanced energy efficient circuit. We are going to take a look at how this new mobile chip performs and does it really live up to its name to be the successor of Banias.

  • Sapphire Radeon X800 Pro Toxic Edition

    Today we bring you the first review of Sapphire’s brand new high end graphics card, the Sapphire Radeon X800 Pro Toxic Edition. With new features like Automated Performance Enhancement and a brand new cooling solution, does the card have enough to seperate itself from the other Radeon X800 Pro cards currently on the market? Come