Sharp LL-191A-B: 16ms Response Time for 19'' LCDs

Sharp unveiled its newest 16ms panel, but can it compete with the Dell 2001FP and other low response time LCDs?

11 by Kristopher Kubicki on 5/18/2004

ATI's All-in-Wonder 9200, 9600, and 9600 XT - Wal-Mart dabbles in a bit of ATI

What does Wal-Mart have to do with ATI? Well, aside from already selling their desktop cards, Wal-Mart has started to pick up the All-in-Wonder line. Read more to find...

19 by Andrew Ku on 5/17/2004

Weekly Buyer's Guide: Entry Level System - May 2004

This week, we continue with our weekly Buyer's Guides, for entry level systems this time around.

27 by Evan Lieb on 5/15/2004

Exclusive: Plextor 712A, First 12X DVD+R to Retail

Plextor floored us with the first retail 8X DVD+R recorder six months ago. Today, we see if they can do it again with the first retail 12X DVD+R...

11 by Kristopher Kubicki on 5/14/2004

nVidia nForce2 Ultra 400Gb: Fast LAN, Firewall, SATA, RAID for Athlon XP

nVidia brings the features of their innovative nForce3-250Gb chipset for the Athlon 64 to the nForce2 for Athlon XP. Now you can get on-chip Gigabit LAN, nVidia Firewall...

13 by Wesley Fink on 5/13/2004

SnapStream's Beyond TV 3 - The Must-Have Home Multimedia Software

We have taken a look at ATI's EazyShare in MMC 8.8 and NVIDIA's Forceware Multimedia is still in absentia. What are we to do until then? SnapStream works...

17 by Andrew Ku on 5/12/2004

Price Guides May 2004: CPU and Video

Interested in knowning the next Intel price cuts? See what processors and video cards we recommend this week.

10 by Kristopher Kubicki on 5/11/2004

Intel's 1066MHz Front Side Bus; See you in the Fall

Here is some good news that doesn't invovle Tejas or Jayhawk!

22 by Kristopher Kubicki on 5/10/2004

FIRST LOOK: Foxconn 755-A01 for Athlon 64

When we found out that Foxconn was also shipping an Athlon 64 motherboard based on the SiS 755 chipset, we wanted to take a closer look. How does...

9 by Wesley Fink on 5/10/2004

VIA K8T800 PRO: PCI/AGP Lock and 1000 HyperTransport for Athlon 64

VIA finally adds PCI/AGP lock to a PRO version of the K8T800. The K8T800 PRO is also VIA's first chipset with 1000 HyperTransport. While this version is...

15 by Wesley Fink on 5/6/2004

Exclusive: Sony DRU-700A Dual Layer Recorder

Here it is, the first look at a soon-to-be popular first DVD+R Dual Layer drive! DVDR-9 is here, but is it worth the premium?

24 by Kristopher Kubicki on 5/5/2004

ATI Radeon X800 Pro and XT Platinum Edition: R420 Arrives

ATI remained very tight lipped about their R420 part until after NVIDIA had launched their current flagship NV40 part in the form of the GeForce 6800 Ultra. Today we...

95 by Derek Wilson on 5/4/2004

ATI 9100 IGP PRO: Optimized for Prescott

Today, ATI raises the bar with their second generation chipset for Pentium 4. We also found some interesting results when a board is designed to work first and...

24 by Wesley Fink on 5/3/2004

Price Guides May 2004: Optical and Magnetic Storage

Considering a DVD burner or a new hard drive? You couldn't have asked for a better time to buy...

14 by Kristopher Kubicki on 5/2/2004

Weekly Buyer's Guide: High End System - April 2004

This week, we continue with our weekly Buyer's Guides. Today is our eleventh Buyer's Guide in as many weeks, for high end systems this time around.

32 by Evan Lieb on 4/30/2004

Lian Li's PC-V1000: A Case Exclusive

It's always exciting to see a case manufacturer do something different with their designs. Take a look at how Lian Li has changed the standard layout of the ATX...

32 by Purav Sanghani on 4/29/2004

Spring 2004 DVD Performance Roundup: More DVD Dual 8X

We tested half a dozen DVD burners to determine which burner is, in fact, the best drive before DVD DL hits the market.

24 by Kristopher Kubicki on 4/28/2004

AMD Athlon 64 2800+: A Cheaper Newcastle

The Athlon 64 platform is a very good option when it comes to performance computing, but when price is a highly important factor, the Athlon XP line can look...

20 by Derek Wilson on 4/27/2004

Price Guides April 2004: CPU and Motherboards

Still holding off for Socket 939 or Socket 775? Take a look at what we recommend this week instead...

4 by Kristopher Kubicki on 4/27/2004
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