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Archive for October 18th, 2021

OCZ Gold XTC 2GB PC2-4200 @ Techgage

Snip: Are you in the DDR2 market and want a speedy kit at a good price? The kit we are looking at today have a modest DDR2-533 stock speed and fantastic 3-3-3 timings. They also turn out to be good overclockers, making them a good value. Full review @ Techgage

Gigabyte Geforce 7800GT 256MB VIVO @ XSReviews

Snip: Recently I decided to upgrade myself from my rather aged x700 to a brand spanking new Gigabyte Geforce 7800GT 256MB VIVO. The all powerful 7800GT, but does it really live up to its name? Read on! This card was developed under the NX78 series. This is a card that targets the top end of the market, which means we will be expecting a lot from the NX78. Let?s see what it can do. Full review @ XSReviews

Aluminus ATX Mid-Tower Case @ Overclockers Online

Snip: Ultra, however, has managed to design a case that can be both be trusted with my hardware and also stand out at a LAN party. There is a lot to like about the Aluminus. Somewhere between the amazing paint job, flawlessly finished, the super easy and efficient installation, the roomy interior, the wiring options, the oversized window, and the rubber grommets, greatness ensues. Full review @ Overclockers Online

Origami, PS3, and the Big Dell-Alienware Rumor! @ Designtechnica

Snip: In the big news department we have oodles. Microsoft releases Origami, or Intel releases UMPC. Whichever it is, it might be a hit. Or a flop. Hear my take, because either way, I’m getting my hands on one! Sony blows their whole "We hate our customers" cover and announces they will NOT down-res Blu-Ray content over component cables. In the same breath they make several interesting PS3 announcements, and a few PSP ones! Is Dell buying Alienware? I know the answer! Okay, I don’t. But here’s my take. The iMac boots XP, then promptly craps its own pants. And LG announces the only high def player that will sell: the dual format player…. Full review @ Designtechnica Podcast

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