Archive for August 17th, 2019
Snip: The Evercool Turbo2 is a universal GPU cooler which fits all cards from NVIDIA and ATI, including the 7800/7900 and X1800/X1900 Series. What really makes this fan stand out compared to other solutions is that it is extremely quiet while still being able to keep your card cool. Another plus is that you can find it online for a bargain $20. Full review @ techPowerUp!
Snip: With the fans finally spinning down, we can see that through mounting difficulties, the monstrous heatsinks, predictably, came out on top. While there are no clear cut recommendations to be made today, we’re hoping that this review will help clear up any questions and doubts you might have had, and help you on your way to picking out one of the three sinks we see here. Thermaltake has a lot of products to choose from and these are a few of their offerings. Full review @ Motherboards.org
Snip: The GEIL has been around for quite a while, making quality memory that performs well and looks great doing so. I myself have purchased GEIL memory for my own systems; the price to performance ratio is excellent. Recently I received 1 gig of their new Ultra-X NF4 Edition PC3200 for review, this particular memory runs at 2-2-2-5 timings. Now those timings are normally seen are more expensive ram modules with people in mind that demand maximum performance from their ram. When someone asks a recommendation for ram, you normally hear all the popular names mentioned, but seldom do you hear GEIL. Full review @ ThinkComputers?
Snip: Yesterday, AMD swept me away from my usual schedule of slaving over a hot test bed to attend Semicon Europe in Munich, Germany. I was surprised to find that I was the only journalist from the UK invited, so remember that you read it here first! Semicon itself was completely boring, as all of the stalls were promoting the actual nuts and bolts that piece the semiconductor manufacturing industry together. However, AMD was holding a press conference to discuss its transition to the 65nm fabrication process, AM2 and the opening of the Fab 36 in Dresden. Full article @ Trusted Reviews
Snip: I don?t think that there is anything anyone can say negative about Silverstone. The class and styling that they put into their cases reign over most others. From the first case in the Temjin family, the TJ01, to the latest, the TJ07 all are great pieces of art. Just recently Silverstone has added a new member to the family, the TJ08. The TJ08 promises to provide big things in a small case. Full review @ Pro-Clockers