Linux and EM64T; Intel's 64-bit Suggestion

Intel's newest Xeon processor packs full x86_64 support, but can it put one of AMD's more tried and true CPUs in place on a 64-bit OS?

278 by Kristopher Kubicki on 8/9/2004

Creative Labs' Sound Blaster Wireless Music - Music at Home Minus the Cables

MP3 players take the home music library mobile for those on the go. But what about the home entertainment center? Creative's Sound Blaster Wireless Music tries to fill the...

7 by Andrew Ku on 8/8/2004

Doom 3 Buyer's Guide

We summarize what we have learned about Doom 3 in a Performance, Mainstream, and Value Buyer's Guide for Doom 3.

52 by Wesley Fink on 8/7/2004

Price Guides August 2004: Optical and Magnetic Storage

This week, we look over some of the latest options and recommendations for PATA, SATA and DVD storage choice.

3 by Adam Rader on 8/7/2004

Doom 3 Sound Guide

The newest game from id Software is chock-full of intense graphics, incredible graphics, and amazing programming. But what factor does sound hardware play in the Doom 3 gaming experience?

21 by Derek Wilson on 8/6/2004

nForce3-250: Which Boards Have On-Chip LAN?

There is huge confusion about which motherboards have nVidia's on-chip Gigabit LAN. We have been working with nVidia to provide a list of boards that have nVidia on-chip...

24 by Wesley Fink on 8/6/2004

64-bit Pentium 4 "F", 2MB Prescotts and 925XE Updates

Smithfield got everyone's attention a few days ago, for today how about 64-bit Intel CPUs on the desktop?

13 by Kristopher Kubicki on 8/5/2004

=<em>F-A-S-T</em>= DDR Memory: 2-2-2 Roars on the Scene

Corsair started it all, but now there are 6 players with fast 2-2-2 DDR400 Memory that also works fine at DDR500. We discover they are not all created...

47 by Wesley Fink on 8/5/2004

Doom 3: CPU Battlegrounds

Find out how your CPU will handle Doom 3 in our extensive performance investigation.

59 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/4/2004

Doom 3 Graphics Deathmatch

After a long night of testing Doom 3 with every graphics card we could find in the lab, we have the details on how your card (and your dream...

71 by Derek Wilson on 8/3/2004

Announcing Smithfield; Your Dual Core Intel CPU

Ever wonder what happened to that processor Intel announced would replace Tejas? It has a name now, and we have details about it!

13 by Kristopher Kubicki on 8/2/2004

Intel 915 Graphics: Graphics Media Accelerator 900

Intel has once again updated their integrated graphics platform, leaving behind the "extreme" name for better performance.

18 by Derek Wilson on 8/2/2004

Monarch Hornet Pro: "SFF" meets PCI Express, DDR2

Today, we take a look at what is currently the most technologically advanced SFF that we've ever encountered. Of course, that mere fact doesn't necessarily mean it'll be the...

7 by Evan Lieb on 7/31/2004

Socket 939 Roundup: Battle at the Top

UPDATE: The new Asus A8V Deluxe Revision 2 is tested and six top 939 motherboards are compared in the Socket 939 Athlon 64 roundup.

83 by Wesley Fink on 7/30/2004

Price Guides July 2004: Video Cards and Memory

ATI and NVIDIA's new offerings haven't changed video prices much, or have they? DDR prices continue to change... and not for the better.

3 by Vinney Shimpi on 7/30/2004
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