Sound Blaster X-Fi Issues Explored
We kept following this story and we received a lot of reports from users without nForce4 that claimed they had the same issues. So, to investigate these issues, we grabbed an X-Fi XtremeMusic from the closest hardware store and checked it out on the following motherboards: Asus M2R32-MVP, Asus A8N-SLI, Asus A8N32-SLI, ECS RS482-M and Gigabyte GA-965P.
Noctua NH-U12 and NH-U9 CPU Coolers Review
Today we have a review just for those who are looking for some extra cooling for that gaming rig they own. A new company has sent us some very cool coolers to review. This will not be a traditional review like we had in the past - it will be a Flash presentation.
NGOHQ December Contest
This month we are giving away a single Gainward Bliss 7600GT (PCI Express) Graphics Card to one of our readers. All you need to do is to make a small NGOHQ slogan and post it in the thread. The competition ends on the 11th of January, and the person with the best slogan will win this cute card.
Inno3D GeForce 7600GS AGP Review
Today we have a special graphics card in our labs. Believe us or not, but it’s an AGP card and it’s intended for all of those who still have a motherboard with an AGP port. Yes, I’m talking about the GeForce 7600GS AGP - Nvidia’s latest response to ATI’s RADEON X1600PRO AGP.
NGO ATI/NVIDIA Optimized Driver
The NGO Optimized driver is a modified version of the original ATI/NVIDIA drivers. The main purpose is to satisfy the users with a better performance, image quality and compatibility. The Driver has support for all cards (including mobile series).
Google Web Accelerator is an application that uses the power of Google's global computer network to make web pages load faster. Google Web Accelerator is easy to use; all you have to do is download and install it, and from then on many web pages will automatically load faster than before.
I can honestly tell you that I never thought I would be writing a review of a network card. In my seven years of reviewing hardware for PC Perspective, with all the CPUs, video cards and motherboards, there are some items I just thought were as good as they got. USB, hard drives and network cards all seemed to just "be there" and worked the way they were supposed to work. As USB 2.0 implementations varried from chipset to chipset and as Western Digital unvieled their 10,000 RPM Raptor drives the component performance was improved. And it looks like we might finally have seen an enthusiast-based networking advancement as well.
Yet late last week, the product page for the Dell 2007WFP was updated with a "new" image of the product. Much to the confusion of enthusiasts everywhere, this was not the image for the 20" Dell display announced last year, but the image of a 27" display that has not been announced yet.
Everglide is one of the world's leading designers and manufacturer of enhanced gaming peripherals since its inception in 1997. Optimizing game play for a wide range of games such as Counter-Strike, Quake and Painkiller. Everglide is also regarded as one of the leading brands in home and office peripherals. As the audio in PC games gets more advanced, the demand for high quality sound gear increases along with it. Everglide, known more for their line of mice and mouse pads, has come out with a set of headphones, the Everglide s-500 Professional Gaming Headphones, which are optimized for the best gaming experience and more.
Razer and Microsoft have been known to produce some of the best gaming mice on the market. Not long ago the two competitors teamed up to create a new gaming mouse, the Microsoft Habu. This newcomer to the mouse market is of course packed with the latest technology that the two companies came up with. The design of the mouse is much like the old Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0, but you get some unique new features that only the Habu has.
When deciding on components for a new system, users are often worried about incompatibilities with the memory of their choice. OCZ has teamed up with ATI to bring you CrossFire certified memory. This means that you can install this memory on any CrossFire certified motherboard and it is guaranteed to work. In our testing the modules performed very well over a wide range of timings from CL3 to CL5. To distinguish this memory from their other products OCZ colored the heatspreader in a beautiful ATI red which looks mighty good.
A website called ‘Level 505’ has published an article about the specifications and benchmarks of ATI’s upcoming GPU – the R600 (Radeon X2800?). However, since this site hasn't published any pictures of the R600, we cannot guarantee the legitimacy of this article.
Washington, Public Toilets – December 30, 2006 - NGOHQ, (Nasdaq: NGO), the worldwide leader in publishing hardware reviews, news, modifying drivers and owning noobs, today announced the new NGO RADEON 8800 XTX -- the world’s fastest graphics card -- is available immediately. The NGO RADEON 8800 XTX performs an astounding 300% faster than the leading single-GPU graphics cards on the market today!
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The NGO RADEON 8800 XTX graphics card is immediately available from e-tailers and system builders at the price of $5000. For information on where to buy NGO RADEON 8800 XTX graphics boards, please visit www.ngohq.com.
Lenovo X41 Tablet is a professional notebook for field trips. It's intended for intensive usage and those cases when you need not only ultra compact dimensions, but also additional functions (handwriting recognition in particular). This model enjoys all advantages of corporate notebooks (and IBM/Lenovo notebooks), including strict design, high ergonomics, reliability, and functionality. TabletPC functions successfully supplement these features.