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Palit GTS 450 Sonic Platinum Review - Palit GTS 450 Sonic Platinum Review
Wed, September 15 2010 | 3:43AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Nvidia landed an astounding blow to AMD last July pulling the GeForce GTX 460 out of nowhere and quickly taking the lead as the best mid-range graphics card on the market. It's only been a few weeks since and the 768MB version of this card can now be had for as little as $170, crushing the Radeon HD 5830, and questioning if the slightly cheaper Radeon HD 5770 is worth the money. However there is still a huge market for sub-$200 gaming graphics cards. AMD has had a range of products in this segment for some time now, and just recently they cut prices all around likely ahead of any launch from competitor Nvidia. The Radeon HD 5770 ($140), 5750 ($120) and 5670 ($80) are all current generation GPUs, while Nvidia has had nothing new to offer in these price brackets. Until now, of course, as we check out the newly released GeForce GTS 450, code-named GF106.
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Asus M4N72-E 750a - Asus M4N72-E 750a
Fri, May 01 2009 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Asus comes at us again with another board for the AMD camp. We all know that Intel's Core i7 and the X58 platform is where it's at right now, but if you're a lowly guy like me you can't afford the toys for the big boys. Or, if you can, the wife doesn't want you spending that hard earned money for something to take your attention off her *wink*. Anyways, today we will be evaluating the Asus M4N72-E 750a Motherboard designed for the Phenom II CPU set. There has been controversy over whether or not to make the jump to DDR3 and I will be making a few comparisons to not only our different makers of chipsets but also to DDR3 and DDR2. Is it really worth it? You will just have to take a peek and see!
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