Today we look at some crazy hardware feats taking place at Computex – including an SSD from OCZ that reads at 5859 MB/s, and a sick looking high-speed 48GB Memory setup by G.Skill. Then it’s today’s batch of hardware reviews!
Monthly Archive: May 2011
PC Hardware News Cont'd
Computex 2011 is kicking off! And we’ll be covering it every day from home, while I go apartment hunting each afternoon… Also, here’s today’s batch of hardware reviews.
We take a look at the Asus Crossfire IV Formula, which has the reputation of being one of the best motherboards you can buy for a high end AMD system. It is certainly one of the most expensive, so we have put it to the test to see if it has earned its reputation, and whether it is worthy of the high price.
We start with a look at an exciting new method of changing the way classic video games look, by smoothing them out better than ever before, before moving onto this weekend’s batch of hardware reviews.
Great news! HTC’s CEO has officially announced that they are no longer going to lock the bootloader on their devices, which will make customization a lot easier for people who want to do so.
News on our next couple reviews, and links to all the latest hardware reviews from around the web.
The first of our daily series linking to the world’s hardware reviews. Come back for more every day!
Which DDR3 1600 memory kit is best for Sandy Bridge? We seek to find out, as we take kits from five of the leading memory manufacturers and put them to the test. What follows is the toughest conclusion we’ve had to come to in quite some time.