Doom 3. You've read PCstats review already (right!), and you still haven't bought the game? Why not check out this review of Doom3 from Bjor3D, Gruntville or this one from NewsTechInfo.com? Since Doom 3 will kill even the most powerful card from 12 months ago, you might want to have a look through some of these videocard reviews... for something a little more current. Hothardware do the GeForce 6800 Ultra Extreme, xbitlabs.com test the ASUS AX800 PRO/TD, and NVIDIA GeForce 6800 GT and GeForce 6800. In fact, the Ruskies even have this article on the Fastest Graphics Cards of Summer 2004.
Ryan Shrout, the owner of PC Perspective tells us of his sites review of the eVGA 6800 GT graphics card, while Ian Cunningham Editor-in-Chief of PCreview.co.uk talks us through the steps of Upgrading a PC. Here's a snip; "It’s wrong to assume that your PC is obsolete just because a newer model has come out. That’s just part of the computer industry’s fiendish master plan to get you to buy a new PC every 2-3 years. It’s perfectly possible to get the latest technology without starting over and buying a new system. There are various ways to improve performance and add features that won’t cost the earth."
Cluboverclocker have a whole pile of reviews for us to look over tonight...
- Lian Li PC-73slb Full Tower Enclosure
- Corsair XMS3200XL Pro Twin-X
- Plextor PX-712SA Serial ATA 12x DVD Burner
- Plextor PX-AV100U Digital Video Converter
- Crucial Ballistix PC-4000
- Kingwin MTX425SW Mutant X
John "Moto" Chow of the TechZone has a couple of hardware reviews of his own to share with you. From the top, here they are;
- DFI LANParty PRO875B Motherboard
- How the cell phone came about
- Why it's so hard to take digital pictures
- 10 picks for best 4 Megapixel digital cameras
- Sandisk Ultra CF
- SanDisk 256MB + Wi-Fi SD
- Techno-phobic and Technology
- Hewlett Packard iPAQ H6315 - Phone Edition
- What to do if your DVD decides to die
Systemcooling plug in the Compucase PowerOP 525W PSU, while a look at the PowerColor Radeon 9250 Video Card goes up at XYZ Computing. Some PC3500 Enhanced Bandwidth RAM tested here, as Hexus watch the Prolink Pixelview PlayTV card.