Well if you haven’t noticed we have moved over to the Intel Core i7 platform! The new Core i7 processors from Intel really knock the socks off anything that is out there right now! We have quite a few reviews that are based on the new Core i7 and X58 platform…. Intel Core i7 920 […]
I am no stranger to ASRock’s motherboards, reviewing six of them last year and one so far this year. I am glad that ASRock decided to get into the i7 game this early, and look forward to seeing what they have done with the X58 chipset. If you are wondering about the name, ASRock is the first motherboard manufacturer to add nVidia’s Tesla Personal Supercomputer technology to a Core 1366 motherboard. Nothing surprising about that, again, innovation is what ASRock is all about. Will the X58 SuperComputer impress? Read on to see!
Today we have the chance to look at yet another Godfather flash drive. This time we are taking a look at the Rubber model, instead of the swivel version we took a look at a few days ago. The rubber model provides a more solid drive that also includes a storage place for that cap that always seems to run away from the flash drive. Enjoy the Godfather? Know someone that does? How about a cheap gift for them? Read on further to see what else this affordable drive can provide those Godfather fans out there.
A while ago, Corsair wowed ThinkComputers with its 750 Watt TX750 power supply unit, one of the most stable units we’ve ever seen. Corsair is most well known for its memory, but its power supplies-among the top in the industry-are often overlooked. This review checks out the 850W version of the same line. Will the […]
The final decision is interface. There are eSATA, eSATA/USB, USB/Firewire, and Firewire only. Of course, the latter is more for Mac users, Firewire (IEEE 1394) has never really caught on with PC users, except those that happen to own camcorders or other devices that interface with Firewire. My desktop rigs all have eSATA, but this drive will most likely be shared with my laptop, which only has USB. Rather than use multiple cables, I prefer the simplicity of plugging one cable in the drive and leaving it. Today I will be looking at the Icy Dock MB664UEB-1S USB/Firewire 3.5″ External Enclosure. Though this enclosure is USB capable, the big deal is that it has Firewire 800 (IEEE 1394b), which is theoretically twice as fast as USB 2.0, and probably ends up being even faster than that. Read on to check out the MB664UEB-1S.
Small, compact digital cameras are everywhere. It is really hard to decide on the right one. It all really comes down to what you want in the camera and how much you want to spend. Today we are looking at another compact digital camera from Kodak, the EasyShare V1273. It features a 12MP still picture capture, 3x optical zoom, 3-inch LCD and most importantly it can shoot video in HD! All of this is inside a compact and very stylish casing, let’s take a look…
Remember the day whenever 8GB Flash Drives were highest capacity drives on the market and cost a fortune? That time is no longer as we have a chance to look at the Super Talent Luxio 64GB Luxury Flash Drive. Available in three different colors: black, silver, or wood grain, the Luxio Series drives are also available in 16GB and 32GB sizes. This flash drive is so large that it could be used as another hard drive for your system. But how much will it cost you? Read on further to find out.
With the recent release of the i7 processors we’re starting to see a lot of CPU Coolers to back up their stunning performance. We have a chance to look at the Titan Fenrir TTC-NK85TZ CPU Cooler which supports the i7 in addition to almost any other socket you can think of. It provides a secure installation and very low cooling temperatures. With features like a PWM fan, Heat Pipe Direct Touch, and a unique fin design will it really hold up to our testing? Read on to find out.
Today I will be looking at the In Win `Na, their new hard drive enclosure. In Win is well known for their cases and power supplies, and the `Na takes them into the world of storage enclosures. The `Na is definitely unique, I have never seen any hard drive enclosure.or any other PC peripheral for that matter, that looks like it. In Win calls it “An artistic storage device.” Read on to see the In Win `Na!
In retrospect, the information that Louis had just received obviously was about the Nehalem. After seeing the improvements that the i7 has over the Core 2, I can fully understand his excitement. Today I will be looking at the result of Louis’ excitement, Kingston’s HyperX DDR3-2000 3GB Triple Channel kit. These memory modules sport beautiful new pin-fin heat spreaders and 9-9-9-27 timings at 1.65v. Will this Kingston kit carry my new i7 920 to glory? Read on to see!