Archive for December 16th, 2018
Review Link: Zalman VF700-CU LED
Snip: We were very pleased to receive this memory kit from Crucial Technology for review. We’ll put it through some quick tests and measurements and see how well it performs under various situations. Crucial entered the enthusiast and gamer arena with their Ballistix line of DDR memory, with flashing LED’s and the promise of excellent performance, these chips should please both case modders and serious gamers. Link to AMD Gamer
Snip: LR: Let’s talk about the future of computer memory in 2006. It looks like we are going to see DDR3 and FB-DIMM’s enter into the market space this year. Which should enthusiasts be more interested in?? John: I think that 2006 will be all about DDR2, actually. FBDIMM is a server technology, and will have no impact on the enthusiast in the one-to-two year future. And DDR3 in volume is a long way off, except in graphic applications. The most interesting memory-related events in 2006 for the enthusiast will be  the launch of DDR2 Athlons, and the impact on AMD’s current reign as performance champion, and  the launch of more games and operating system revisions that require 2 GBytes of memory for optimal performance…" Link to Legit Reviews
Snip: MESH, purveyors of PCs for nearly 20 years now, has opted to showcase the talents of CrossFire with its Titan X1800 FIRE system. Utilising two high-end ATI Radeon X1800 XT 512MB cards in tandem, the system promises to spectacularly fast in 3D applications. The question is, does it also stack-up in other important areas. Let’s find out. Link to Hexus
Snip: Logisys is notorious for making things that one make life with your pc easier and two to make your case look damn cool. The product we are about to review is a little of both. First, it enlightens the visual of the front facial of the case. And second, it makes turning the pc off and on a little bit fun. It?s the Logisys Remote Multifunction Panel. >> Link to review
Zalman attempt the perfect GPU cooler, compatible with a broad array of cards. Is it as ideal as it looks on the surface?