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Archive for May 25th, 2019

OCZ Announces PC-5000 Platinum DFI nF4 Special Series

OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the release of the exclusive PC-5000 EL Platinum series, a line of memory specially designed for use with DFI nF4 motherboards. As a recognized pioneer in offering the highest possible memory frequencies, OCZ developed the PC-5000 Platinum DFI nF4 Special series with performance enthusiasts in mind. This ground-breaking member of the proprietary OCZ Platinum series is custom-built for premium operation on the highly-popular DFI nF4 motherboard series. At the extreme speed of 625MHz, the OCZ PC-5000 Platinum is still capable of achieving blistering timings of 3-4-4-10! Link:? http://www.ocztechnology.com/aboutocz/press/2005/132



Intel Dual Core Extreme Edition CPU @ Hexus

No need to explain this one…. Snip: "The 3.2GHz Pentium XE 840 is offered as an alternative to current single-core Extreme Edition CPUs. It may not quite have the pure gaming performance punch as, say, the 3.73GHz XE, but it’s a better proposition when considered over a wide variety of applications. Think of it this way. The worst-case performance scenario is that the ?650 Pentium XE 840 performs much like a single-core 3.2GHz 640 model. The best-case scenario, that is, being run with apps. that take advantage of its 4-thread parallel processing ability, is performance that no single-core Pentium 4 could ever hope to match, even under the most esoteric cooling." Read all about this one HERE



CDRinfo.com, World’s best coverage for CeBIT 2005

According to Deutsche Messe, CDRinfo.com provided the best coverage worldwide on the CeBIT 2005 exhibition. CDRInfo continued its successful live press coverage of CeBIT with detailed news, announcements and technically oriented articles, straight from the manufacturers booths. You can read the full coverage regarding CeBIT 2005 HERE



EPoX EP-5LWA+ 925XE @ Viperlair

Looking for a fast 925XE motherboard? Along with 1066FSB support, EPoX packs a number of other features worthy of attention. Snip: "EPoX put together a very nice motherboard based on the 925XE chipset. While you need to own the incredibly expensive 1066FSB Extreme Edition CPUs to get the most out of it, we see little reason to pickup a 925X based board even if you have an 800FSB CPU. The extra headroom should allow better overclocking as the chipset is validated at the higher speeds, and there isn’t much of a price premium between 925X and 925XE boards." Read the revie HERE





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