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ABIT AA8 and AG8 - Intel Socket 775 in Style

ABIT AA8 and AG8 - Intel Socket 775 in Style

It is ABIT's turn in the spotlight today as we provide a look into two of their newest motherboards, the AA8 and AG8. Each are designed specifically to work with Intel's new Socket 775 processors along with DDR (on the AG8) and DDR-2 memory (on the AA8). After taking a look at both motherboards we compare the performance of each to determine which the best choice is. Intel 915 or 925X? Let's find out now! | Nov 16, 2004 at 11:00 pm CST

ATI and Pentium 4 - The Right Stuff?

ATI and Pentium 4 - The Right Stuff?

When it comes to chipsets for the Intel based processors, you have pretty much been limited to either VIA or Intel. Seems there is a new kid on the block lately, however, but it isn't a new name. Come join us as we take a look at some motherboards based on chipsets from ATI and we'll see if they have what it takes to be contenders in this highly prized and sought after market! | Oct 31, 2004 at 11:00 pm CST

AGP and DDR support with Socket 775 from ABIT and DFI

AGP and DDR support with Socket 775 from ABIT and DFI

You just went out and bought a brand spanking new and expensive AGP graphics card along with some low latency DDR memory which set you back quite a few dollars. Then next thing you hear Intel have launched a new CPU with a brand new socket. You don't cry as you would over split milk. Instead, you check out the options available from ABIT and DFI for AGP and DDR support with Socket 775. Wipe away those tears and read on! | Oct 20, 2004 at 11:00 pm CDT

Gigabyte Goodies - Making computing fun

Gigabyte Goodies - Making computing fun

We've got something a little different for you today. Cameron Johnson has checked in with a look at some of the latest toys and goodies to come from Gigabyte in Taiwan. We take a look at their wireless USB module, new 3D CPU coolers and their new front access device. Let the exploration begin! | Aug 23, 2004 at 11:00 pm CDT

Albatron KX600S Pro Motherboard - VIA KT600 Lives On

Albatron KX600S Pro Motherboard - VIA KT600 Lives On

We have the Albatron KX600S Pro motherboard on the test bench today. It is based on VIA's KT600 chipset for the Athlon XP processor. Albatron has provided a value based motherboard with overclocking on par with the likes of ASUS and ABIT. | May 5, 2004 at 11:00 pm CDT

Gigabyte does SiS - 655TX hits the shelves for Pentium 4

Gigabyte does SiS - 655TX hits the shelves for Pentium 4

We have another Gigabyte motherboard on the test bench today in the form of the 8S655TX Ultra. It is based on the new SiS 655TX chipset for the Pentium 4 including Prescott. We compare against Intel 875P and VIA PT880. | Apr 29, 2004 at 11:00 pm CDT

Gigabyte 8TRS300M Motherboard - ATI's first time Pentium 4 chipset

Gigabyte 8TRS300M Motherboard - ATI's first time Pentium 4 chipset

Gigabyte's 8TRS300M motherboard is on the test bench today. It is based on the ATI Radeon 9100IGP chipset for the Pentium 4 and offers the best integrated video performance we have seen to date. HTPC users should focus in on this one, overclockers should not. | Apr 5, 2004 at 11:00 pm CDT

MSI Mania - 3 of MSI's latest goodies

MSI Mania - 3 of MSI's latest goodies

Today we are taking a break from looking at the usual motherboard, video card or CPU and we've decided to look at three of MSI's latest PC goodies. Read on as we take a look at their USB Mega Stick, 8x DVD recorder and Wireless 11g equipment. | Feb 26, 2004 at 11:00 pm CST

ASUS K8V Deluxe Wireless Edition Motherboard Review

ASUS K8V Deluxe Wireless Edition Motherboard Review

The latest piece of hardware to go through our labs is the ASUS K8V Deluxe Wireless Edition motherboard based on VIA's popular K8T800 chipset for the AMD Athlon 64. It contains enough features to put a smile on any geeks face - maybe even enough for yours. | Jan 12, 2004 at 11:00 pm CST