Ciprico, a company that acquired RAID specialist, Raidcore, along with its software RAID architecture "Fulcrum" a few years ago, is showing off a few very interesting innovations.
ASUS originally created Asrock as a budget brand. Its product line is beginning to expand from the bottom end of the motherboard arena to include higher-level segments as well.
Areca, a Taiwanese company specializing in high-end controller cards, is displaying a few new products aimed at small and mid-sized businesses as well as freelancers at CeBIT.
Like the previous years, Zalman offers interesting products (innovation is easier on cooling systems and casings than on GPUs or processors) and a whole side of the booth was new.
Although Western Digital does not have its own stand at this year's CeBIT, we were nonetheless able to meet up with the company and get some information.
AMD fans who want to overclock their processors can rejoice at news that the CPU maker is offering a Black Edition of its current fastest quad-core model.
How much of a performance advantage does PCI Express 2.0 offer over PCIe 1.0a? How much performance do you lose on an x4 or x8 connector or gain with two full x16 connectors?
According to Nvidia, two graphics cards are better than one, especially when you're trying to play a PC game like Crysis at high settings. So how about three cards?
In 2008, Tom's Hardware will be using a Reference Test System to standardize its test platform across multiple international test labs. Here's your chance to learn all about it before it goes live.
Apparently, our article caused quite a stir at a certain processor company's headquarters, so we thought it was time to give you an update on what has happened since this article went online.
This time we focus on CPUs, memory, motherboards, and other key PC components. Our model Sarah gives loving attention to each.