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Subject: Processors | November 24, 2004 - 06:18 AM | Joe White
SUNNYVALE, CALIF. -- November 23, 2004 --AMD (NYSE: AMD) today introduced the new Mobile AMD Sempron™ processor 3000+ for thin and light notebooks, expanding the popular product family that has redefined everyday computing for today's mobile lifestyle with AMD's latest technology. In addition to offering best-in-class performance, this full-featured mobile processor also offers Enhanced Virus Protection (EVP) designed to prevent the spread of certain malicious viruses when enabled by MicrosoftÂ® WindowsÂ® XP Service Pack 2 (SP2).
Subject: Storage | November 23, 2004 - 10:13 PM | Chris Wiles
|No sooner had I mentioned the variety of products from Kingston, than into my in-tray pops this review of their top of the range USB 2.0 Flash Drive. The Data Traveller Elite is aimed squarely at the Corporate I.T. user, combining advanced data security with outstanding performance.|
Subject: Memory | November 23, 2004 - 09:39 PM | Chris Wiles
|Kingston are well known to most people, with more than a passing interest in computers, as one of the leading players when it comes to the supply of quality PC memory. But what you may not know is that they also manufacture a diverse range of portable media, from Smart Cards to USB Flash Drives.|
Subject: Memory | November 23, 2004 - 06:20 AM | Chris Wiles
|Back in July Ryan announced the launch of Crucials Ballistix High-Performance Memory. Back then if you wanted to get your hands on one of the 512MB PC2-5300 (DDR2-667), CL4-4-4-10 modules, it would have cost you a hefty US$238.99.|
Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 22, 2004 - 05:00 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
A nice spread of cases, with a style that should suit just about anyone looking at getting a snazzier case. Pimprig's look at the warrior is the place to start.
"I was really impressed with the actual construction. Instead of using glue or rivets to attach the mesh and plastic window, they used screws with end caps.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 19, 2004 - 11:35 AM | Alex Marsters
What's the real difference between Eastern Block and Western Block? Procooling knows. Also, Polarflo escalates the conflict with an announcement about a new series and 2 more reviews compete for your attention.
"Procooling has been trying to test more European waterblocks lately to provide a clear and fair picture of the designs and technology to our readers.
Subject: Chipsets | November 19, 2004 - 09:27 AM | Ryan Shrout
You heard it here first, guys! I just learned that NVIDIA and Intel have inked a deal to allow NVIDIA to develop chipsets for the Intel platforms. Here is a link to the PR news on Yahoo.com. Here's what I can tell you so far, based on the info in the press release and other information I was given. First, this is a broad cross-license, which means we will be seeing multiple chipsets from NVIDIA's nForce line for Intel's platforms, probably including the high-end markets as well as the integrated grap
Subject: Motherboards | November 18, 2004 - 10:50 PM | Ryan Shrout
This might be old news, but I just saw that Asus has added the A8N-SLI motherboard to their website. This of course is their nForce4 SLI motherboard that supports dual PICe graphics cards. Expect an article on it very shortly. Here is the specification list:
Subject: General Tech | November 18, 2004 - 08:30 PM | Joe White
SUNNYVALE, CALIF. -- November 17, 2004 --AMD (NYSE: AMD) today celebrated the one-year anniversary of the strategic alliance with Sun Microsystems, Inc. As part of the alliance, AMD also announced support for the Solaris 10 Operating System (OS) introduced on Monday, Nov. 15.
To date, the AMD-Sun alliance has produced a complete roster of AMD Opteron™ processor-based Sun Fire servers and Sun Java workstation solutions that deliver industry-leading performance to the enterprise.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 17, 2004 - 11:48 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
hi-techreviews puts Scythe's new heatpipe based heatsink to the test, and gives it high marks. Also, the ATake Phantom is a very inexpensive solution for older Socket A/P3 systems you might have running Seti@Home. Plus, if you want to get some more control over your 9800pro, read the article at techpowerup!
"We have reviewed numerous products from Scythe USA in the past and each one of them was somehow unique in its design and the Scythe's new SCKKR-1
Subject: Graphics Cards | November 16, 2004 - 11:29 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The PCI Express version of this card has been out for a few weeks, but the AGP version has finally also been released. This card seems to be NVidia's successor to the low priced GeForce4 Ti 4200, with a fairly impressive performance boost, of course. If jumping into PCI Express isn't in your plans, but a new videocard is, NVidia may have your answer.
Subject: Systems | November 15, 2004 - 04:05 PM | Ryan Shrout
Wow, even Alienware is getting into the SFF biz now! These are starting pretty cheap, but you can deck them out with a lot of upgrades like the Intel 560 processors and even Radone X800XT's or GeForce 6800 GTs! Head on over to read about the technology behind it or you can just start configuring your own!
Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 15, 2004 - 11:53 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Hexus reviews a fairly unadorned, but extremely stylish case from Akasa. For those of you who prefer a little flash at the front, check out the Janus, Samurai or the Dracula, and Coolermaster announces that their CM Stacker line is BTX ready.
"Akasa, while not the original manufacturers of the chassis, have worked with the original creators to tweak it just as they like it, engineering out any initial flaws they saw and paying close attention to the smaller details and the wider coolin
Subject: General Tech | November 13, 2004 - 05:35 PM | Ryan Shrout
I just back from a visit to our local Best Buy, and guess what I found?
The real question is now, am I going to be allowed to play it? I'll let you know in a few! I started a thread in our forums to discuss it and see what everyone else is finding out...
Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 12, 2004 - 11:46 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Big Bruin looks at a watercooling setup from Thermaltake that makes it easier to set up your first watercooled PC and there's three more reviews for those of you looking for a little more from your current setup.
"Thermaltake has really hit the mark with this kit. It has everything you need to easily make the switch from air to liquid cooling for your CPU.
Subject: Motherboards | November 11, 2004 - 10:33 AM | Ryan Shrout
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Direct Power Supply and User-Friendly SLI Switch Design Provide Stable Power Source and Easy Activation of SLI Technolo
Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 10, 2004 - 11:44 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
VGA coolers and heatsinks to tame the fire of the prescott, not to mention helping you OC your A64
"Ap0calypse.com takes a look at a new cooler from Cooler Master...only this time the cooler is for your video card! That's right, the people over at Cooler Master have released their first video card cooling solution and we are here to tell you how it performs.
Subject: Graphics Cards | November 10, 2004 - 09:00 AM | Ryan Shrout
This marks the final step for the world as we prepare for the release of NVIDIA's SLI technology. By the end of next week, the full story will be out and ready on the web as motherboard vendors and graphics card vendors are shipping out their samples to editors and to the system vendors. This certification program will give buyers a quick way to tell if the hardware they are buying is going to work with the SLI setup they might be building. Below are the logos you'll find; "SLI-ready" for systems, motherboards and video cards that support SLI and "SLI" to be used only on c
Subject: Memory | November 8, 2004 - 07:55 PM | Chris Wiles
Super Talent are an American company based in San Jose, who produce competitively priced high speed memory solutions. They produce a range of DDR modules for workstations, notebooks and servers, all of which come with a lifetime warranty.