Boldly going where no AMD part has gone before

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 31, 2006 - 11:53 AM |
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AMD will be announcing a new single core chip clocked at 3GHz in early April.  It will probably take longer for the dual core version to appear.

"AMD will use its 65nm party in Prague to talk about the progress company is making with

production ramp of its Fab36, but at the same time, company will introduce their fastest clocked

production CPU.

Source: The Inquirer

Washington, D.C. Ranked Best City For Teleworking In Nationwide Study

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 30, 2006 - 12:45 PM |
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SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 30, 2006 — Washington, D.C has been named the 'Best City for Teleworking' in America, according to a new study released today by research firm Sperling's BestPlaces and Intel Corporation. The phenomenon of telework has grown rapidly in recent years thanks in part to the availability of powerful mobile computers based on Intel® Centrino® Mobile Technology and a network of more than 19,000 hotspots in the U.S.

A tool-less heatsink for your tool-less case

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 29, 2006 - 12:09 PM |
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Virtual-Hideout reviews the Kingwin Big Air AMD CPU Cooler, a incredibly easy to install heatsink.  If you are a little clip-shy after managing to drive a screwdriver through a motherboard when dealing with a very stubborn socket clip, take a look at this innovative way of securing the heatsink to the socket.


Don't forget about the CoolerMaster giveaway, you have until April 11th to enter!


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Introduction and Specifications

Cooler Master is ready with an upgrade to the extremely popular Centurion line of cases with a new model, 534. It looks to be a low cost yet well designed enclosure that should suit most any enthusiast builder.

Modding ahead of the curve

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 27, 2006 - 05:19 PM |
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In the last of the series on case modding at Extremetech, suggestions from readers on the best way to cut curves was requested from those who have done it before.  The replies poured in, and you can take advantage of all of the tips'n'tricks on your next project.

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Introduction and Specifications

Thermaltake has a case with a DVD combo drive built right into the front door that might just be the most interesting innovation we have seen a while. Does the rest of the case live up to the same standards?

Start with a silent case, then add quiet components

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 24, 2006 - 06:11 PM |
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With as many case manufacturers and styles as there are in the market right now, it makes sense to start with a purpose built case to put your system in.  If you are going to agonize over every component on the inside, give the case some consideration too.  Silent PC Reivew examines the Nexus Breeze Real Silent Computer Case, which, as you may have guessed, is a good enclosure to build a quiet PC in.

"Nexus Technology is addressing the problem of noisy computers head-on with their new Nexus

Breeze Real Sil

Add a little "Green Power" to your PC

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 24, 2006 - 05:49 PM |
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Coolermaster jumps into eco-friendly waters with their release of the iGreen Power series, and Hardware Zone has pics and stats.  Before you start looking down your nose at them, these are simply high efficiency PSU's with added PR.  High efficiency translates into less heat, and more stablity, so keep your eye out for them.

"Green power is all the rage nowadays and Cooler Master reacts to this with its new iGreen Power

series of energy efficient PSUs.

*NIX SendMail vulnerability

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 23, 2006 - 12:05 PM |
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UNIX and LINUX are getting in on the newly discovered vulnerability theme for this week as well.  According to this story on CNET, the Sendmail flaw could allow a remote attacker to gain control of your machine.  The Windows version is not at risk and upgrading to version 8.13.6 of *NIX sendmail will secure you, as it contains a patch for this vulnerability.

"An attack could interfere with or intercept mail delivery, permit the intruder to tamper with

other p

The reasons to spend more on an HTPC case

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 21, 2006 - 06:46 PM |
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PCApex demonstrates the benefits of choosing a purpose built HTPC enclosure instead of just using a small case.  The investment will cost you more up front, but read the article and see if they can convince you the Cooler Master Media 260 is worth it.


If you like the idea, but not the case, read Bob's review of the SilverStone SG-01 Evolution.


"The idea behind a home theater PC is to make it as inconspicuous as possible while able t
Source: PCApex