P4 head-to-head with an open-ended verdict: Can the 3 GHz chip with Hyper-Threading beat the 3.6 GHz speed demon? See test highlights in the new Tom's Hardware Video.
We bring you a first look at details of the board with Socket 754 for ClawHammer. Top secret: new info for manufacturers from VIA, NVIDIA and AMD, as well as an overview of roadmaps.
Ultra compact and fast to boot: we put Jadetec's Micro PC through its paces. In addition, we bring you a comparison with the popular Mini PC and the traditional hulking PC.
AMD reacts to Intel's dominance: the Athlon XP 2800+ puts the P4/2800 in its place. Further highlights are the nForce2 with Dual DDR400 and 166 MHz FSB.
Intel responds with the P4/2800, making life hard for AMD. Can the Athlon XP hold up against the pressure? We bring you the biggest test so far!
No other chipset offers more than this: DDR400 and AGP 8x, along with a stable P4 platform and serial ATA. Also, we take a look at the first of the SiS648 motherboard series from Shuttle.
The fact is that only RDRAM is capable of bringing out the very best in Intel's P4. We put six new boards with the i850 E chipset to the test, using brand new 32 bit RDRAM.
Until now, only reasonably fast PCs could play MPEG-4 videos smoothly. In this review, we test the first video decoder board for older computers.
We pit the fastest memory modules (DDR 400, DDR333, DDR266 and DDR200) against Rambus. Which one helps your PC system attain the highest performance level?
How much will fit on a CD? In our test, 890 MB of data or up to 100 minutes of music. We also take a look at special burners, blank CDs, software and the Asus CRW-3212A.
The new P4 challenges its rival, the Athlon XP 2100+. We tested a total of 25 CPUs and we also bring you exclusive benchmarks for the Athlon XP 2400+
AMD Athlon MP 2000+ attacks Intel Xeon 2200. And what's up with Intel's Hyperthreading technology, which virtually doubles the number of CPUs?