We've got exclusive photos showing you a first glimpse at the AMD "Hammer". And, within a short period of time, we were able to evaluate the first two PC systems running on this platform.
Tom's Hardware Guide infiltrates the Intel Empire and gets a glimpse of things to come: we show you how the Intel P4/2666 with 533 MHz Rambus stacks up.
New memory modules and chipsets bring the promise of greater speed and more features for AMD processors. Our test shows the advantages that the KT333 offers in comparison to its competitors.
Are you ready to go dualie? Does a dual Athlon system consistently work to its full performance potential, and is it worth the cost?
This is what you've been waiting for: In this summit of the fastest overclocked CPUs, the top models from AMD and Intel go head to head. Feel the need for speed? Check this out.
Nowadays, even ALi is offering a chipset for the Pentium 4, making the current selection of chipsets larger than ever before. Can the Aladdin-P4 keep up with the competition?
A good basis for low-cost systems - AMD introduces its fastest Duron with 1300 MHz. Is this CPU worth getting?
Home-grown mini-PCs can be ultra compact and powerful, as proved by the Spacewalker kit that we tested. Could this be one of the new trends for 2002?
In the latest round of the megahertz race, the AMD Athlon XP 2000+ with 1666 MHz is up against the new Intel Pentium 4 with 2200 MHz. Read on to see how the Athlon sizes up against Intel's newcomer.
Intel turns up the heat in the low-cost segment. The Celeron is now available with 1300 MHz - is the AMD Duron 1200 still faster?
In our last test, the Dual BIOS function came up short on performance. Here, we examine the fine details.
Maximum performance for AMD Athlon: How do VIA Apollo KT266A and Nvidia nForce 420D (Crush 12) stack up on the latest motherboards?
AMD's new front-runner in the low-cost range is the Duron 1200. Is it capable of surpassing even the Pentium 4? Read on for a direct comparison with the Celeron 1200.
Detailed instructions and benchmark tests show how we've managed to release the multiplier on all the Athlon XP CPUs. And the best part is, we've got all the benchmarks for the Athlon XP 2000+.
We've got a monster comparison of CPUs highlighting the struggle between Athlon XP and Pentium 4. New benchmarks crown the performance leader as well as the winner for best price/performance ratio.
The last barebones Koolance system we tested got some harsh criticism. We put to the test an entirely new water cooling system for overclocking AMD Athlons & Pentium IIIs.
Using the new Flask 4.1/DivX 4.01 codec, the THG lab produced videos in MPEG-4 format. We found it to provide more speed, comfort and features.
Socket 423 boards support CPUs up to 2.2 GHz. We tested nine boards with Intel 850 chipsets for RDRAM.
74-minute CDs have been out for a while, but with a few tricks, 99 minutes can be burned on an audio CD. Tested: new burners, software and blank CDs.