ASUS Rampage Extreme

ASUS Rampage Extreme @ TBreak

“Extreme is the word used to define something that exceeds anything normal. And what we have with us today to review is anything but normal. An Asus motherboard on a Rampage is the Asus Rampage Extreme that has it all. This board simply demands you take it seriously, or else…”

ECS X58B-A Black Series

ECS X58B-A Black Series @ Bjorn3D

“Recently, Intel has been releasing new computer related technologies so quickly that PC builders like myself are having a hard time keeping up with them. Intel’s latest offering, Core i7, a new processor lineup has brought on a slew of new motherboards for all kinds of users.”

Biostar TPower N750 nForce 750a

Biostar TPower N750 nForce 750a @ PCStats

“Today though PCSTATS is testing an unlikely marriage of an nVidia chipset and an AMD socket AM2 processor – say hello to the nVidia nForce 750a SLI integrated graphics chipset! The Biostar TPower N750 motherboard is based on the single chipset Nvidia 750A SLI Media Communications Processor (MCP), which means this board supports two NVIDIA Geforce videocards in SLI.”

ECS Elitegroup GeForce 6100PM-M2

ECS Elitegroup GeForce 6100PM-M2 @ OCModShop

“The funny thing about how expensive technology is, is that as soon as you buy something that costs $300, it’s automatically obsolete and is worth roughly 1/3 of the original price. Actually, it was pretty much obsolete the moment you bought it.”

Intel DG45FC

Intel DG45FC @ ASE Labs

“When people think about ITX, there are a few stigmas that come to mind. The first is that there is limited choice. The second is that performance is lacking. While these two points may have been true in the past, no longer is ITX relegated to the specific niche crowd. Intel has been releasing ITX boards for a long time and their latest releases have come a long way.”

Intel X25-M SATA 80GB MLC SSD

Intel X25-M SATA 80GB MLC SSD @ Benchmark Reviews

“In early September, 2008 Intel released their mainstream series of solid state drives. In its initial offfering Intel brought two drives to market, the X18-M and the X25-M built respectively on the 1.8″ and 2.5″ form factors. The initial capacity of these drives was 80 GB and recently a 160 GB version was released. Solid State Drives are rapidly changing the computing landscape, and many enthusiasts are using SSD technology in their primary systems to help boost performance.”

HIS Ice4 TurboX Radeon HD4850

HIS Ice4 TurboX Radeon HD4850 @ TweakNews

“As with all HIS videocards I have reviewed in the past, this product pulls through and does exactly what HIS intended it to do. HIS intended to bring a videocard that is overclocked right out of the box while providing a very stable gaming experience thanks to their attractive and very efficient cooler. To say the least, they did accomplish their goal.”

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 285

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 285 @ TweakTown

“While we would all no doubt love to own the latest top of the line dual GPU bad boy, for many it’s simply not a purchase that can be swallowed by their partner, bank account or even themselves. The GTX 285, on the other hand, should offer excellent performance while not hitting the bank account as hard. The key words there, though, is “as hard”, because don’t think for a second that the GTX 285 is going to be cheap.”

GeForce GTX 285

GeForce GTX 285 @ Guru3D

“In this article Guru3D.com tests the GeForce GTX 285 from eVGA (SSC edition), Inno3D (Overclock edition) and Point of View (EXO edition). The new new GTX 285 is a respin product based off the GeForce GTX 280 yet now fabricated on a smaller 55nm fabrication node.”

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 Unveiled

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 Unveiled @ Hot Hardware

“Today NVIDIA is launching yet another high-end 3D graphics offering, an optimized version of their top shelf GeForce GTX 280 single GPU card, dubbed the GeForce GTX 285. This new GeForce is a die-shrunk version of the legacy GTX 280 with lower power consumption characteristics that don’t require an 8-pin PCI Express connector, rather just a pair of more standard 6-pin plugs.”