Asus EAH6850 HD Graphics Card Review

April 11, 2011,   has blogged 274  posts

Building gaming rigs these days can be a bit confusing, with the continuous launch of new cards on virtually a weekly basis it seems it can be hard to sift through the masses and find the right fit for you. Asus has always been a brand I personally trust for putting out quality products so …

Battle of the HTPC Cards Sparkle GTX 430 Vs the Sparkle GT 240 Video Card Review

February 17, 2011,   has blogged 274  posts

The days of a single component for every aspect of your home theater are coming to an end. HTPC’s or home theater personal computers for those of you that are abbreviation challenged, are drastically taking over the living rooms of many people these days. Why? Because they do everything! They play DVD’s, BluRay’s, digital music …

Sparkle GTX465 Graphics Card Review

July 12, 2010,   has blogged 274  posts

If you are looking to build a gaming PC chances are you have been reading review after review to find the best quality parts for the best price. Although the GTX 480’s and the 5970’s of the world are looking pretty attractive their price points are definitely the deciding factor.  This is where the sweet …

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Sparkle Geforce GTX480 Review

July 5, 2010,   has blogged 274  posts

Direct X 11 has been bitter sweet since its launch. The sweet: beautiful graphics, tessellation, dynamic lighting, triangles out the wazoo. The bitter: the battle rages on between Nvidia and ATI. Both companies have been pumping out very impressive cards  with ATI finally getting a hold of their past Driver issues and Nvidia’s struggle again …

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PowerColor Radeon 5550 Graphics Card Reviews

May 28, 2010,   has blogged 274  posts

Gaming is becoming a big part of most peoples’ lives these days. The cost of living and the diminishing wages are making it hard for people to go out and enjoy the finer things. Buying a game sitting back and relaxing, may be the only way someone can relax. The problem with this is that …

PowerColor Radeon 5870 PCS+ Video Card Review

April 23, 2010,   has blogged 274  posts

There are a lot of cards on the market these days, and there are also more board partners kicking around then I have ever seen. What does it take to separate yourself from the rest? PowerColor launched its PCS series awhile back and now the new PCS+ has put PowerColor on the map for PC …

Palit GT 240 Sonic 1GB Nvidia Graphics Card Review

April 20, 2010,   has blogged 274  posts

Gaming on a budget is a fraise we use quite often on OverclockersHQ.com, why? simply put: casual gamers under 25 are for the most part not in the upper tax bracket and the expendable income portion of total profits is pretty slim. After you pay rent, utilities, insurance, food, and set aside a substantial portion …

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PowerColor Radeon 5570 Graphic Card Crossfire X Review

March 20, 2010,   has blogged 274  posts

When we first did the review of the new ATI Radeon 5570 I was extremely impressed with its performance for the cost of the card. I was always curious about the software Crossfire X capabilities when I first heard about them; in my mind not having the connector seems strange so I talked to PowerColor …

ATI Radeon 5570 Graphics Card Review

February 9, 2010,   has blogged 274  posts

Gaming on a budget can be difficult, modern games require serious horsepower and not having the right components will seriously limit you gaming experience. ATI has been listening to the lowly gamer and provided us with a new series of card with just the right price point for our monetarily challenged friends. The ATI Radeon …

ATI Radeon 5450 Media PC Graphics Card Review

February 4, 2010,   has blogged 274  posts

Media has found its way off of your TV set and into your office ever since Napster came along. The slow migration back to the living room has finally happened after many failed attempts at making a home theater PC that will make your wife happy, companies have finally figured it out. New HTPC products …

Trendnet USB to DVI VGA Apapter Review

November 10, 2009,   has blogged 274  posts

Desktop space is becoming a hot commodity for workstation users these days. Not everyone can afford the huge prices that running multiple video cards can entail. The flip side of this is that small business workstations that need the features can’t afford not to. TRENDNET has the answer to your prayers small business man, it …

ASUS ATI Radeon EAH4550 Video Card Review

April 22, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

With High definition becoming more and more popular, it was only a matter of time until people started setting up their computers to be able to deal with high def monitors and TVs. Now with the help of hi def video cards, watching videos on your computer can be as crisp and clean as if …

Asus Xonar D1 PCI 7.1 Sound Card Review

April 13, 2009,   has blogged 274  posts

Good sound quality is the essence of a pleasurable home theater experience, but what about gaming? If you pair the right speakers with the right sound card you gain a competitive edge over your competition. Being able to pin point the exact location of everyone around you just by ear can mean the difference between …

PNY XLR8 9800 GT 1GB – Video Card (Video Review)

January 30, 2009,   has blogged 274  posts

Pcwizkid reviews the PNY XLR8 9800 GT 1GB. PNY has been making some fantastic video cards successfully for a number of years. While their market share is waning against some of the big boys they still make a solid product and users can appreciate that. The 9000 series from Nvidia seemed short lived once the …

Diamond HD4670 1GB Graphics Card Video Review

January 21, 2009,   has blogged 274  posts

Pcwizkid reviews the Diamond HD4670 1GB Graphics card. Diamond has been around since the good ol’ Voodoo days. I used to love diamond products, and still like a lot of the stuff coming out from them to date. One thing I have noticed is that the Diamond cards coming out lately have had fairly small …