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Subject: Cases and Cooling | May 28, 2004 - 03:07 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
"The low flow rate performance (0.75GPM and less) of the MCW6000-A is the best I've seen in my testing.
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 28, 2004 - 02:44 PM | Andrew Kaiser
ATi certainly isn't sitting back and letting nVidia dominate the budget market. Digitimes has some information on ATi's new budget cards.
People are still having a hard time getting their hands on Radeon X800 XT boards, and someone has already discovered how to turn an X800 Pro into an X800 XT.
Subject: Systems | May 28, 2004 - 08:49 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Bit of news via c|net this morning. HP, Gateway and eMachines are all mentioned as interested in selling the media centres, based on the cool'n'quiet athlon64's. May the market share be with you, AMD!
Advanced Micro Devices is talking with Hewlett-Packard, Gateway and others about developing media-center style personal computers based on AMD's Athlon 64 chips, an AMD official said on Thursday.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | May 27, 2004 - 03:09 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
I beg of you, my fine readers, to never ever do this to a machine.
Unless it was really naughty and deserved it.
" NeuHausPlatz Computer Systems is proud to announce: The NHP 200NC, a lightweight caseless PC the world has never seen before."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
Subject: General Tech | May 27, 2004 - 08:04 AM | Ryan Shrout
Our Pricegrabber engine has a few new additions tha I thought I would point out this morning to you all. First up, there has been a lot going around about the new ATI X800 series of graphics cards, in particular the new X800 Pro card. This card can now be found on Pricegrabber, for prices listed around $360 or so.&nbs
Subject: Editorial | May 27, 2004 - 01:59 AM | Kristie Goldin
As you might have figured from the link I posted in my last Inside Perspective, I'm spending a bit of spare time shootin' the breeze with some fellow book lovers. One of the things they do is highlight a book of the month that everyone can read "together" and comment on. So, in an effort to get in the spirit of things, I decided to tackle the book of the month (well actually in this particular case it's months) for May and June. The highlighted book this time around is War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. Now, mind you, I knew it was big, but I had no idea just how big.
As you might have figured from the link I posted in my last Inside Perspective, I'm spending a bit of spare time shootin' the breeze with some fellow book lovers. One of the things they do is highlight a book of the month that everyone can read "together" and comment on. So, in an effort to get in the spirit of things, I decided to tackle the book of the month (well actually in this particular case it's months) for May and June.
The highlighted book this time around is War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. Now, mind you, I knew it was big, but I had no idea just how big.
Subject: General Tech | May 26, 2004 - 09:24 PM | Andrew Kaiser
"Tell us which is your favorite Chaintech motherboards, and why. You don't even have to own one, just whatever you've heard or read about Chaintech motherboards, that caught your attention. Remember, 1 entry per person. We will be picking the best one, according to our sole preference.
Fremont, CA, May 26, 2004: Corsair Memory, Inc., a global leader in ultra-performance DDR memory modules for PC gamers and enthusiasts, today announced a new family of "XL" memory modules that supports 2-2-2-5 latencies at 400MHz, making the XL family the highest performing PC3200 memory in the world.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | May 26, 2004 - 10:50 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
I am not too sure what a Pentium 4 heatsink is, how it differs from an Athlon64 heatsink, or why it is becoming standard to see thermal solutions being branded to a specific chipmaker. I never want to get a Windows error that reads "Incompatible Heatsink detected, please contact your system administrator. The system will now shut down."
Here's a 3 way shoot out, and some other reviews from 'round the net.
"Not too long ago when the Pentium 4 was released it w
Subject: Graphics Cards | May 25, 2004 - 01:10 PM | Andrew Kaiser
Some leaked internal slides intended to be used by NVIDIA's sales teams have been posted on 3DCenter's forums. Kyle at HardOCP has verifed that these slides are indeed real.
"People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones" comes to mind.
Subject: Storage | May 25, 2004 - 12:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Noticed a huge influx of Storage Reviews popping up this month, especially at extremetech. Here are a few of the ones that caught my eye.
"V-TEC's FotoBar is an innovative 8-in-1 memory card reader that also doubles as a CD-RW (24X)/DVD-ROM (8X) combo drive. Targeted at digital photographers, the drive lets you transfer data from all the major memory cards to your computer via USB 2.0 or directly to a CD.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | May 25, 2004 - 09:17 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
"The front bezel, I am pleased to say, is a big hunk of thick aluminum adorned with color and flashy lights. The first of two doorsâ€¦ yeah, I said two, is decorated with color, knobs, LED's, and knobs. These two big knobs up front are actually fan controllers.
Subject: Processors | May 25, 2004 - 06:13 AM | Joe White
SUNNYVALE, CALIF.-May 25, 2004-AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced additional enterprise software support from IBM and Oracle with availability of AMD64 product optimizations. The migration of these core business applications to the AMD64 platform will help ensure enterprise customers have access to x86-based 64-bit software optimized for improving e-business and enterprise resource planning (ERP).
The new solutions represent offerings from the industry's leading database and ERP companies.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | May 24, 2004 - 01:05 PM | Sean Pelletier
In the past, MSI has created some controversey by producing a limited amount of ATI-based cards specifically for Europe. Going with the current trend as of late in offering cards based on both NVIDIA and ATI chipsets, MSI is finally making their full product line public.
Subject: Motherboards | May 24, 2004 - 11:42 AM | Geoff Baker
With the Nforce3 GB, Nvidia has finally caught up with Via and integrated RAID support into the Southbridge chip. The remaining question is whether or not the Nvidia performance will be up to the standard set by Via. Ace's attempts to answer this question and more in this K8T800 vrs. Nforce3 GB shootout. Good news or bad?
Subject: Motherboards | May 24, 2004 - 08:24 AM | Sean Pelletier
The guys over at Hexus have somehow managed to take some exclusive photos of the dual-processor SFF from Iwill which has received so much attention as of late. Regardless of how the system fares in the marketplace, it is certainly exciting to see a vendor take a chance on a wild product like this.
"Firstly, a little information on the custom form-factor ZMAX-DP motherboard.
Subject: Systems | May 22, 2004 - 02:03 PM | Ron Goldin
The power of Dual Opterons in a SFF package. Who would have thought IWill of all manufacturers would be the one with baby. Not me, its been a very long time hearing about AMD products from IWill. Now its time to see what they have been doing in the quiet corners of their R&D room. This baby needs to be sitting next to my desk!
Subject: General Tech | May 22, 2004 - 12:25 PM | Sean Pelletier
It is a given that QuakeCon is one of the most overwhelming and incredible gaming experiences to be had. With this year's QuakeCon quickly approaching (Aug 12-15), Ryan and I are trying to see how many of you will be joining us at the event.