Simon | Category: Optical Drive, Reviews, Samsung
In my last review I got the opportunity to test out a 40′ LCD HDTV, today I paired up that TV with Samsung's latest Blu-ray player. While only listed as a Profile 1.1 player, the quality picture and features have spread rumors about a firmware upgrade to make it 2.0.
Nivedh | Category: GEILD, Heatsinks, Fans, Coolers and Cooling Accessories, Reviews
GELID Solutions makes their first foray into the world of cooling with their Silent series of fans. We have two different versions, both 120mm, but one is thermally controlled (TC) and one is PWM controlled (PWM). How do they perform? Let's find out.
Simon | Category: Reviews, Sapphire, Video Cards
Sapphire is one of the most popular ATI resellers because of their diverse lineup. Today we get the opportunity to evaluate the Toxic HD4850 and no it's not poison for your PC. A dose of this and you'll get great performance at a great price.
Nivedh | Category: Cases, Reviews, Thermaltake
Thermaltake's new Armor+ MX takes the Armor series to a new form factor: mid-tower ATX. The Armor+ MX has a high quality design we have come to expect from Thermaltake. Though medieval in name, the features are all modern. Read on for details.
Jared | Category: Desktop and Notebook Memory (RAM), G.Skill, Reviews
While DDR3 is slowly taking over, G.Skill is keeping those still using DDR2 happy with their latest PC2 8800 4GB kit. Read on to find out more.
Nivedh | Category: Heatsinks, Fans, Coolers and Cooling Accessories, NZXT, Reviews
To be titled a high performance fan controller could mean a number of different things. To the folks at NZXT, it means the ability to control five different fans and monitor five different temperatures, among other features.
Simon | Category: Reviews, Samsung, TV
The Samsung LN40A650 is the smallest of the 3 TVs in the A650 family. Its size doesn't mean it won't pack a heavy punch. Armed with half a dozen great features, it'll make sure you're glued in front of the tube for as long as possible.