Archive for April 23rd, 2018
OCIA.net have just reviewed?the?OCZ PC-3200 EL Gold 2-2-2-5 DDR, one of the best memory out there right now. Snip: "The OCZ EL PC3200 Gold DDR held it’s own against the ever popular Cosair XMS DDR, coming out slightly ahead in our comparisons. The build quality is excellent, the performance is excellent, the warranty is lifetime, the world-class service is direct and toll free, how can you go wrong?" Read this review HERE
If you’re thinking of buying a HTPC case soon, you should most definitely have a close look at this one.?A1 Electronics have just reviewed it so go on over there and see if this is the ultimate HTPC case! Snip: Well what do you think? We think another stunning computer case from Thermaltake is the Tenor. Ideally designed for both Home Theatre use it also makes a superb desktop PC case for those of us that do not want to use a tower PC case. Read the full review HERE
I’d never really heard of Kingmax till this turned up in my inbox and i guess i’ll probably never hear from them again… Quote:? "Although Kingmax is relatively quiet in the enthusiast market, their budget memory solution performs very well and offers a tiny bit of overclocking headroom. You just simply can’t beat the price for a 1GB set." Read it HERE
Hexus take a look a Sony’s new K750i Snip: Sitting pretty in a svelte black and gunmetal shell, the K750i is the first in a new series of mobiles from Sony Ericsson to expand on the multimedia craze that?s sweeping the market in mobile communications. Many people have been waiting for the new series of mobiles from Sony Ericsson, the K750i and the W800i handsets are the two of note, the latter not due till the fourth quarter of 2005. The K750i on the other hand is imminent, but the big question is, was it worth the wait? Give them a call on 07564 86….actually its just a link…
OVER THE PAST FEW weeks, we’ve seen a parade of dual-core CPUs, starting with the Pentium Extreme Edition 840 and the dual-core Opterons. Now it’s time for AMD’s dual-core desktop processor line, the Athlon 64 X2 to take its turn on stage. Sporting a fashionable 939 pins on its underbelly, this CPU promises to drop into the average Athlon 64 desktop system and transform it, almost magically, into a dually. The X2 offers an infusion of creamy multitasking smoothness and nearly twice the peak processing power of an Athlon 64 FX-55. Read the full article HERE
If you’re browsing the site sometime tonight and suddenly notice that on a page refresh everything looks different, do not fret, it’s just the new design coming online. We are leaving the light blue scheme for a darker tone, which is richer and easier on the eye. Let me know what you think by emailing me!