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Published: Tuesday, January 25, 2011 - Video
Now for those of you who were gaming in 2002, you may recall the beloved Geforce Ti series or even owned one. These cards were hugely popular with the community and turned out to be a goldmine for NVidia. As you can see the naming scheme has returned to play upon the reputation those cards attained.
Published: Wednesday, December 29, 2010 - Input_Device
Thermaltake is a name that is familiar to system builder's worldwide. Known for their innovative case designs as well as their budget friendly aftermarket upgrades, Thermal take has recently branched out into competitive gaming with their Tt eSPORTS line of professional grade PC peripherals.
Published: Wednesday, December 15, 2010 - Video
AMD decided to mix things up a bit when they released the HD6000 series, first by releasing the midrange cards before the high-end, and next by using previous high end naming schemes to describe them. So while the HD 5870 was the previous generation "bad-boy" the new HD 6870 was nothing more than a docile pony designed to give the nVidia GTX 460 some company.
Published: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 - Motherboards
It is very difficult to classify a MicroATX motherboard; do you consider it a mainstream component for business or multimedia systems or say something like "it's perfect for HTPC"? In the case of the GA-880GMA-UD2H we might contend it is both.
Published: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 - Video
Knowing the base level performance of the GTS 450 and its primary competitor, the Radeon HD 57XX, we decided to setup a little test to see what kind of performance you can expect if you doubled up your GTS 450 investment.
Published: Monday, October 25, 2010 - Storage
Even the fastest networks can seem slow when you have to transfer large files from one computer to another computer, and short of physically moving hard drives between computers a network was really the fastest option available. USB3 is destined to change our perceptions regarding the speed, especially when it comes to connected storage.