InnoVISION GeForce3 Ti200

Dec 30th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
Well hey there, you can't say whe haven't reviewed videocards lately. So far, we had two GeForce2 Titanium card on the testbench in the past two weeks. Now we have a high-end brother of the GF2 Ti, the GeForce3 Ti200, which we tend to torture till it almost falls apart! Does Inno3D have themselves a kick-ass gaming card with this Tornado GF3 Ti200? Read the article and find out …

The Heat Seeker

Dec 27th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
Overclockers Hideout has a new product for sale and it goes by the name "Heat Seeker". Basically, it is a sweet looking Lian Li case equiped with a top of the line Z4 watercooling setup … Does it chill? You bet!

InnoVISION Tornado GeForce2 Ti

Dec 25th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
Only a week after our review of the Prolink GeForce2 Ti, we're back with another, rather exclusive, review of a GeForce2 Titanium videocard. This time we'll check out if InnoVISION has to offer something that others don't …

Abit BD7-RAID i845D

Dec 19th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
ABIT has released a P4 board based upon the Intel 845D chipset, offering DDR support for Intel's fastest CPU. How will this chipset perform when compared to the VIA P4X266 and the Intel 850? Let's take a look at the BD7-RAID …

Prolink PixelView GeForce2 Ti

Dec 17th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
Well, well, well, what have we here? My god, it's a videocard! Is it a Geforce2 Pro? Or could it be a Geforce2 Ultra? Nope, it's a new Prolink Pixelview videocard based on nVidia's Geforce2 Ti GPU. What's the difference between a Pro/Ultra and the new Ti? And how does it stack up? Read on …

Shuttle AV40R P4X266

Dec 16th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
Today O² brings you a review of the Shuttle AV40R, one of the first P4X266 based motherboards released to the public. With the P4X266, a P4 + DDR combo becomes a powerful setup … Find out more in the article!


Dec 10th, 2001 | By | Category: Reviews
Today Overclockers Online brings you a review of the first KT266A motherboard that was released. The honor went to EPoX with their brand new 8KHA+ board. If you want to see how a 200MHz FSB and other cool features perform, I suggest you read on!