AMD's 790GX and 780G support onboard memory to help improve the performance of integrated graphics. Is it worth paying a bit extra or is the feature a mere gimmick?
We follow up our GeForce 9300/nForce 730i coverage by addressing a couple of reader questions and adding detail from two other reviews that went up for the launch.
We compared Intel’s Atom 230 and VIA’s Nano L2100 processors hoping to find the best product for low-power applications. VIA is in the vanguard of performance. Is this enough to beat Atom?
AMD's 780G versus Nvidia's GeForce 8200. Both platforms turn integrated chipsets into hybrid graphics solutions. We look at microATX boards from ASRock to find the best all-in-one AMD platform.
With all the commotion concerning Intel’s upcoming “mainstream” chipset, it’s easy to forget that the X48 Express continues to be the company’s top pick.
We compare Intel’s X48 and Nvidia’s nForce 790i Ultra SLI enthusiast chipset features, performance, overclocking, power consumption and interface capabilities
We compare all popular DDR2 and DDR3 speeds on both a fast Core 2 Duo and an older Pentium 4 single core. The big question is a simple one: what memory speed do you really need?
The 780G's northbridge chip has integrated Radeon HD3200 GPU. No graphics card or powerful CPU needed to build a hi-def HTPC. Crossfire supports added graphics card for very good gaming performance.