John Howland takes a look at various system configurations using the Pentium 4 processor, and compares the price and performance aspects
John Howland takes a first look at the P4 2.0A processor and ask the question of whether it is a worthwhile upgrade for the average user.
What does the KT266A bring to the table? Is it a new chipset, or just a tweak of the KT266? Is it worth ditching your old board to get one? John takes a look at these questions.
What market is the VIA C3 processor targeting? Those who want a quiet, low-power system that doesn’t require a tornado to cool it. What is it good for? John provides some answers…
John takes a first look at how the fastest Intel processor (P4 2GHz) matches up to the Athlon MP (1.2GHz).
John takes a second look at the i845 platform with a few new benchmarks on Windows ME.
John takes a look at the new i845 chipset. Is it really as bad as the ‘pundits’ have claimed, or does it have some redeeming values?
With the PIII going away on the desktop, how does the 2GHz P4 compare with the last PIII processor – the 1.2GHz Tualatin?
How does Intel’s last PIII for the desktop stack up against the Athlon? John takes a look at this interesting product.