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  • MSI K9A2GM-FIH with Radeon HD 3200 (UK)

    07/07 - 2008

    Once again AMD is ready with another integrated solution for a chipset and graphicscard. The motherboard on the bench today is from MSI, called MSI K9A2GM-FIH. The motherboard is primarily aimed at the HTPC people and the system integrator. There's a number of HTPC manufactures because there's more money to be made with these machines. A lot of configuration is connected to HTPC's which to some degree justifies the higher price. The motherboard is the first we've seen with AMD's 780G chipset.

  • Gigabyte GV-RX387512H Radeon HD 3870 (UK)

    02/07 - 2008

    The card we're reviewing today is Gigabytes version of a high end graphicscard based on the RV670 chip from ATI. Gigabyte is known for their quality, which can be proved by taking a look at their product line, which is more about quality than quantity. Besides the fitted Zalman cooler, Gigabyte has also transferred their "Ultra Durable" components from their motherboards, components that have proven a lot of quality and stability.

  • MSI K9N2GM-FD/FIH med GeForce 8200 (UK)

    19/06 - 2008

    Once again, AMD is ready with an integrated solution for chipset and graphicscard. The motherboard we’re reviewing is from MSI, called K9N2GM-FD/FIH. The chipset also goes by the name of 730a or GeForce 8200 chipset. We’re reviewed motherboards from MSI previously, and know them as some of the most popular on the market, which sets our preliminary expectations high. The motherboard is aimed at entry-level, so we’re at the low end of the scale. The motherboard follows the M-ATX standard.

  • Cooler Master Hyper Z600 (UK)

    28/05 - 2008

    Today we’re having a look at an extreme air cooler from Cooler Master. Cooler Master has provided us with their Hyper Z600 CPU cooler, which at first sight looks like it’ll keep anything cool. If this is true, we’ll find out in this review.

  • Raidsonic ICY BOX IB-MP303S-B multimedia player (UK)

    23/05 - 2008

    Most people knowing Raidsonic is familiar with their ICY BOX series. This is only the second time we’re looking at a product from Raidsonic. Raidsonic is a manufacturer who concentrates on producing data storage solutions, making everything from NAS solutions to media players and HOTSWAP modules for internal installation.

    In this review, we’re having a closer look at a harddrive box that also functions as a media player for all your pictures, videos and music on your SATA disc.

  • BFG GeForce 9600 GT OC (UK)

    15/05 - 2008

    Previously we have already reviewed a number of different GeForce 9600 GT based graphics cards, and the one we are taking a look at today, is a BFG GeForce 9600 GT OC card with 512MB GDDR3 RAM, that has been overclocked by the manufacturer.

  • MSI GeForce 9800 GTX N9800GTX-T2D512-OC (UK)

    08/05 - 2008

    In this test, we’re reviewing a graphics card from MSI. Lately we’ve reviewed a number of products from MSI. The card on the bench in this test is Nvidia’s latest release – namely the 9800GTX. The card MSI has sent us is called N9800GTX-T2D512-OC.

    As the name reveals, MSI has produced an overclocked version of the Nvidia 9800GTX card. We weren’t impressed with the previous 9800GTX we reviewed, so it’ll be exciting to see if this card handles better against the 8800 series.

  • MSI GeForce 9800GX2 N9800GX2-M2D1G (UK)

    02/05 - 2008

    MSI has sent us their top of the line graphics card. In this test we’re reviewing their version of the 9800GX2 graphics card – The card MSI has sent us is called N9800GX2-M2D1G.

    Nvidia 9800GX2 is the direct successor of the Nvidia 7950GX2 card. Both cards have been built on the same principles. Nvidia takes 2 of their fastest chips + 1 GB RAM and place it on 2 PCB’s that’ll be put together by a 3rd chip. There’s no doubt about the 9800GX2 being Nvidia’s absolute top card, so it’ll be interesting to see what the top model from the green camp has to offer.

  • Sparkle GeForce 9600 GT PX96GT512D3-HP (UK)

    29/04 - 2008

    In this review, we’re taking a look at the newest card from Nvidia. We’re testing the Nvidia 9600GT from Sparkle. The card is called Sparkle SF-PX96GT512D3-HP, fitted with 512mb ram and based on Nvidia’s G94 core.

  • Crucial Ballistix Tracer Red PC-6400 4GB (UK)

    23/04 - 2008

    In this review we're taking a closer look at a pair of RAM modules from Crucial. Last time we reviewed RAM modules from Crucial, we had a value set on the bench consisting of 2 x 1 GB modules. This time we're dealing with something completely different, we're having a look at 2 x 2 GB PC6400 modules in Crucials Tracer series.

  • AMD Phenom 9850 2.5GHz quad core processor (UK)

    18/04 - 2008

    The first time that AMD launched their Phenom flagship, it really didn’t go well. It was believed that AMD would create a whole new era with this model added to the portfolio. But shortly if its launch rumors started to spread about a flaw in the processor that in some cases would make the computer bluescreen. The infamous TLB Buffer error in the processor did not make things any easier for a product already under pressure. Under pressure? Well, Intel has for a long time been ahead in regard to performance. It’s been like this for some years and it makes it more difficult for other manufacturers to sell their products at a more reasonable price.

  • Sparkle GeForce 9800 GTX SF-PX98GTX512D3-HP (UK)

    13/04 - 2008

    n this test we are taking a look at yet another graphics card from Sparkle. We are reviewing one of Nvidias latest additions to their card range – the 9800GTX. The card Sparkle has provided is called Sparkle SF-PX98GTX512D3-HP, and it is going to be interesting to see if this new card will offer something new compared to the 8800 series.

  • Gigabyte MA790FX-DQ6 (UK)

    12/04 - 2008

    AMD’s latest chipset has recently been released, which means that the motherboard manufactures is about ready with their new products. Gigabyte is also ready with their high-end motherboard for enthusiast, based on the new 790FX platform also known as Spider. One of the main new features about this chipset is the 42 PCI-E V2.0 lanes, providing plenty of bandwidth for Crossfire-X and Quad Core AMD Phenom.

  • MSI P6NGM-FD (UK)

    10/04 - 2008

    In this review, we’re testing an MSI product. Lately we’ve reviewed a series of both graphics cards and motherboards from MSI. In this review, we’re dealing with their P6NGM-FD motherboard. The MSI P6NGM-FD is bases on Intel’s socket 775 and designed for office machines or media centers.

  • MSI P35 Platinum Combo (UK)

    06/04 - 2008

    INTRODUCTION: From MSI we have received a P35 Platinum Combo motherboard which is based on the new P35 Express chipset from Intel. What sets this motherboard apart from its rivals is the possibility of using both DDR2 and DDR3 memory modules. The chipset is cooled by a large heat pipe cooler.

  • Zotac GeForce 9600 GT AMP! Edition (UK)

    02/04 - 2008

    NVIDIA recently launched the first graphics card in their new GeForce 9000 series. We’re talking about the 9600GT, a mid range graphics card, meant to take over for the GeForce 8800GT and GeForce 8800GTS with 512MB GDRR3 RAM. We’re taking a closer look at the Zotac GeForce 9600GT AMP! Edition, which has been overclocked from the factory.

  • NorthQ NQ-3580 Siberian Tiger Water Cooler (UK)

    28/03 - 2008

    Introduction:
    In this review, we’re taking a look at a whole new product from the Danish NorthQ. In 2007, NorthQ and Asetek began cooperating, and today we’re looking at the fruit of their labor – Because we’re taking a closer look at the NorthQ NQ-3580 which is a complete watercooling solution.

  • ASUS EAH2600XT D4/HTDI/256M (UK)

    25/03 - 2008

    ASUS is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hardware, and they have a wide range of products out. We’ve already tested various different products from ASUS, and this time, we have one of their mid-range graphics cards in our hands – coming from their ATi Radeon series. More specifically, it is the ASUS EAH2600XT, which is a Radeon HD 2600XT with 256MB DDR4 RAM.

  • MSI EX600 (UK)

    21/03 - 2008

    Here, at Tweak.dk, we are proud to present a rare test of a laptop. The machine that we are testing is a MSI EX600. With the EX600, MSI proposes a compact multimedia machine in their Entertainment Series. With its nVidia DX10 graphics card and 2 Gigs of RAM, one should think that this machine can fulfill the requirements of a multimedia machine, but unfortunately, they’ve not been lucky in their choice of CPU. We will delve into this later on.

  • Antec Sonata Designer 500 (UK)

    19/03 - 2008

    Once again, it’s time to review a case from Antec. This time it’s the Antec Sonata Designer 500, which is a new version in the Sonata series. With the Sonata Designer 500, Antec is trying to stand out from the crowd, with features like changeable front panels. As another special feature, Antec has equipped the Sonata Designer 500 with thin panels on the sides and top to limit the noise.


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