Gainward PowerPack! Ultra1800PCX GS

Sep 30th, 2004 | By | Category: Reviews
Another PCI Express video card makes its way into our hands for testing. This card from Gainward features a hand-picked GPU for better overclocking, but can performance justify its price?

Swiftech H20-120-P Water Cooling Kit

Sep 27th, 2004 | By | Category: Reviews
Water cooling made easy? It is still an involved setup, but the performance and compact design are really what make products like the H20-120 we focus on in this article stand apart.

LiteON SOHW-1633S

Sep 21st, 2004 | By | Category: Reviews
Another DVD burner has arrived for testing and this one from LiteON delivers 16x +R burning and 2.4x Dual Layer burning. We look at burn performance and quality to see if this drive has what it takes.

Thermaltake Silent Purepower 480 Watt

Sep 14th, 2004 | By | Category: Reviews
Thermaltake is a relatively well known computer part manufacturer and today Overclockers Online powers up a 480 Watt Thermaltake Silent Purepower! Read on to see what Jason does to this little power plant.

Albatron PCX5750 Trinity

Sep 9th, 2004 | By | Category: Reviews
Building a new Pentium 4 Socket 775 system, but frustrated with the lack of PCI Express options? We look at a cheaper solution today that could possibly get you by until the card you want is available and more affordable.

Ultra 512MB PC3200 Memory 2 Pack

Sep 7th, 2004 | By | Category: Reviews
Today we feature another type of memory review, I go back in time to check out some non-dual channel modules and compare them to a similar dual channel kit.

Poseidon WCL 02 & 03 Cu Kit

Sep 4th, 2004 | By | Category: Reviews
Jordan continues his line of suitable water coolers for his briefcase rig by looking at some products made available by 3R System. Today Overclockers Online presents the WCL-03 120Cu & 90Cu as well as the WCL-02 120Cu and 90Cu.

Albatron PX915P Pro

Sep 2nd, 2004 | By | Category: Reviews
These past few months have seen many new technologies introduced into the desktop world. Today, armed with the Albatron PX915P Pro motherboard we take our first looks at PCI-Express and LGA 775.