Archive for September 15th, 2019
Hexus have done an excellent job of covering CeBIT this year, I hope to be there next year, too :)? As CeBIT 2005 nears it’s end for this year, Hexus have still more news flooding in from Hannover: NVIDIA chats about nForce4 SLI for Intel Pentium 4FIRST LOOK – RAPTOR-GAMING M2 MouseS3’s OmniChrome can’t be sold in the UK?TV tuners take over CeBitGeForce 6200 AGP using BR2SLI running with odd BIOS ROMs at Prolink’s standPixelView champions MXM
OCIA.net has posted a review on the Apollo 6600GT AGP Video Card. Quote: "Some of you that have seen the nVidia control panel for other cards may notice that there is no temperature monitoring tab on the Apollo control panel. As I mentioned before, all 6600GT cores have a built-in sensor. Some card manufacturers, Apollo included, have opted not to enable temp monitoring. I assume that is to discourage overclocking." As far as i know, its’ all AGP versions of the 6600GT that have temp monitoring disabled. Check our review of the Sparkle 6600GT AGP?for infomation on how to enable the temp monitoring for?all AGP versions.
This is our first Buyers Guide. Choosing the best PC hardware available for your budget can sometimes be a confusing and time consuming ordeal. Time these days is at a premium, and not everyone has enough of this precious commodity available to trawl countless reviews thus enabling them to make good, informed buying decisions. Read our Buyers Guide: March?2005 HERE
Bigbruin.com is teaming up with Corsair?for there?latest give away. Up for grabs are four of Corsair’s new Flash Voyager USB 2.0 flash drives. Four lucky winners will be drawn at random and each will receive one of the tough and practical 1GB Flash Voyager flash drives. For more details and to sign up visit HERE
ATI’s fastest video card has made its way into the Viperlair labs. Does the performance increase justify the upgrade? Snip: "On average, the X800XT-PE is about 5% to 10%, give or take a couple percentage points faster than the X800XT. Assuming you are lucky enough to grab an ATI X800XT-PE, the difference will be smaller. Basically, if benchmarks are your thing, the X850XT-PE is the fastest card ATI has to offer." Read the full review HERE
If your a begginer, you might want to check out Bigbruin’s article?explaining motherboard basics. Snip: "A motherboard, also known as a main board, is the primary circuit board inside of a computer, and is where the central processing unit (CPU), memory, expansion slots, drives, and other peripheral devices are connected. The circuitry on a motherboard facilitates the communication between all of the devices in the computer, making them as critical to a system?s performance as the CPU or memory." Read it HERE