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EPoX eX5 Mini Me Review

Today, we have in our test labs the eX5 Mini Me. “The Mini what?!”, you may ask. (Does Austin Powers pop into your mind?) The Mini Me is Epox’s new SFF PC. How does Epox’s first foray into the SFF market compare to similar offerings from Shuttle, Aopen and Soldam?

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Fujitsu Pocket LOOX 610 Review

Pocket LOOX 610 is a powerful handheld, based on Microsoft® Windows Mobile™ 2003 software for Pocket PC, aimed at business professionals who want the features of a desktop right in their hands. In this review, the Pocket LOOX 610’s form factor will be compared to the Palm Zire 71 and

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Graphics CardsReviews

Albatron GeForce FX 5700 Ultra Review

Albatron is a company that first made a splash in the mainstream enthusiast market with their Ti4200 in a Ti4600 PCB "Medusa" video card has maintained loyalty with NVIDIA. Since the Medusa, Albatron has done well with their graphics cards, being a brand particularly popular with overclockers. (more…)

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MotherboardsReviews

AOpen AK89 Max Review

AOpen AK89 Max is based on NVIDIA nForce3 150 chipset supporting AMD Athlon 64 processors. It comes in a cool white box with nice accessories and sports a classic glossy black PCB. The board features support for DDR400 up to 3GB, IEEE1394, 6 Channel Audio with S/PDIF, 4 x Serial

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ProcessorsReviews

Intel Pentium 4 Prescott Review

Intel has finally unveiled their first 90nm desktop processor based on the Prescott core topping at 3.2Ghz clock speed today. Intel has not changed the official name for Prescott but will continue using the Pentium 4 family name instead. On Intel's launch list today are a total of 7 new

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MemoryReviews

Dual Channel DDR SDRAM Roundup

With the latest addition of dual channel DDR and CPUs with high FSB, demand for extremely high speed RAM is rising even faster. Or, in order to be more exact, the demand for RAM with extreme overclocking capability is. What I’m going to try to do is get as many

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AMD Athlon 64 3400+ Review

With the launch of the Athlon 64 3400+, AMD is now able to tackle at three new market segments, but has had trouble convincing consumers when there really are no 64-bit desktop OS available on retail shelves. The key selling points on the Athlon 64 right now are the enhanced

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ProcessorsReviews

LGA 775 Prescott Die Exposed

We have first gotten our hands on the LGA 775 Prescott/Tejas back in June and many people are curious how it looks like inside when the IHS is removed. The procedure of removing the IHS is similar to the current Pentium 4 as you would need a thin blade to

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Graphics CardsReviews

Sapphire Atlantis Radeon 9800 XT Review

Sapphire, a company that many of you first heard about when the R300 first launched in 2002 is at it again with the Sapphire Atlantis Radeon 9800 XT video card. Sapphire has steadily improved their video cards with new packaging, popular bundled games, and their own overclocking software. (more…)

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Motorola Accompli 388C / A388C Review

The sequel to one of the world's first PDA phone - Motorola Accompli, the Motorola Accompli 388C (A388C) is a mobile phone embedded with PDA functions. Be prepared, as Motorola is now ready to join in the PDA/Phone market and this is a really exciting phone. (more…)

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Mecotek MK-X4000 Divx Player

If you are looking to buy a DVD or VCD player in the near future, make sure you try this player before you make a decision. It is one of the few Divx player you can find in the Singapore market today. Remember to check out the VR-Zone special offer

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MotherboardsReviews

AMD Athlon 64 Chipsets Roundup

This article is tied in with the worldwide launch of the AMD Athlon 64 CPU. We have tested it on 4 different motherboards with 3 different chipsets and this review should shed some light on the performance of the Athlon 64 on the different chipsets. Today we will be looking

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