Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 27, 2006 - 12:04 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you don't want to submit to them, perhaps you should take a peek at Think Computers review of UFO: Aftershock for the PC. It carries on in the same vein as Aftershock, with updates to gameplay, graphics and it's overall complexity. While it may not live up to it's distant ancestor, X-Com:UFO Defense, it is certain worth checking out.
'Science Fiction, probably one of the most popular themes of video games, in the past and most
likely in the future as well, combine that with strategy role
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 27, 2006 - 10:35 AM | Ryan Shrout
Here is a tiny power supply that is 100% silent and delivers 120 watts of power at only 12V. Dang!
Tiny picoPSU Power Supply Enables Design of Small, Quiet PCs and Smart Appliances; Gives Robots More Freedom to Roam
World's tiniest PC power supply offers new design possibilities for PCs, case mods and X86 devices
FREMONT, CAâ€”January 26, 2006 -- Mini-box.com, a division of Ituner Networks today announced the picoPSU, the worl
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 26, 2006 - 06:58 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
TECHGAGE grabbed a copy of Nero 7 - Ultra Edition, and took it out for a spin. Drop by and see how this baby handles, and what new bells and whistles have been added.
"Nero has released a new version of their Ultimate Edition and we are here to take a look at
what's new and upgraded.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 26, 2006 - 06:52 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Now DFI users have a choice between nVidia's SLI and ATI's Crossfire with the introduction of the LanParty UT RDX200 CF-DR motherboard, based on the Radeon Xpress 200 Crossfire chipset. Read the full review at X-Bit Labs.
"DFI Company is very well-known for its overclocking friendly mainboards on NVIDIA nForce4
chipsets. Now they have got down to building a similar solution around the Radeon Xpress 200
CrossFire chipset from ATI.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 26, 2006 - 03:09 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
LAKE FOREST, Calif. Jan. 26, 2006 Western Digital Corp. (NYSE: WDC)today announced it is shipping its new high-capacity 500 GB Serial ATA
(SATA) WD CaviarR SE16 desktop-class hard drives. Providing a half terabyte of capacity for data-intensive applications such as graphic design, digital
video editing, personal video recorders and advanced business computing, WD Caviar SE16 500 GB drives also deliver high 7,200 RPM performance with 300
MB/s transfer rate, 16 MB cache and Native Command Queuing (NCQ).
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 26, 2006 - 12:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Beyond3D has a conversation with Eric Demers and Richard Huddy from ATI. If you are curious about the power behind the X1900, these guys have a lot of answers.
"In our recent R580: ATI Radeon X1900 XTX and Crossfire article we took a look at the architecture
of this new ATI chip and the performance it brings with its interesting configuration.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 26, 2006 - 12:01 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
CNET posted a story on Intel's first working chips produced using a 45 nanometre process. This keeps Moores' Law on track for the next year, 65 and 90 nanometre were the last greatest processes, and we've doubled again over 18 months. This year they will be able to etch using normal lithography, as opposed to immersion, or other, more complex ways like Extreme Ultraviolet lithography, something that will be needed in the future to continue this shrinkage.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 25, 2006 - 04:04 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Hardware Zone has posted a comparsion between the the newest FX processor, the FX-60, versus the FX-57 and the 4800+. Head over to find out which is fastest, and which will give you the best bang for your buck!
"AMD welcomed the new year with a spanking new AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 processor. Based on the Toledo
core, it's a dual-core processor clocked at 2.6GHz.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 25, 2006 - 01:39 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Silent PC Review takes a look at 2 low noise coolers, from Noctua/Coolink. See how they stack up agaisnt heavy hitters like Scythe's Ninja.
"Noctua of Austria and Coolink of China are working together to offer large tower-style heatsinks
for the performance-oriented aftermarket. Both companies supplied review samples of two models,
one very large and one merely big. Coolink's products are offered with a fan and fan controller;
Noctua's are bare.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 23, 2006 - 04:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
TECHGAGE points out a very easy and economical way to make your case a little more interesting. Logisys' LED Lazer lights let you chose Blue, Red, Green, Ultra-Violet (UV), or a Red, Green, and Blue each about $5.
"Are you looking to add some pizzazz to your computer but don't want to hand over a huge chunk of