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Archive for December 16th, 2018

Hardware Review Roundup 29/11/06

Full Systems MSI MEGA mPC 945 Barebones Small Formfactor PC @ PC Stats Processors AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ @ Digit-Life Memory Super Talent T800UX2GC4 DDR2 800 @ Technic3D ? OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 ATI CrossFire Certified @ 3DGameMan Video Cards / Displays Radeon X1950PRO vs. GeForce 7900GS @ Tweaktown ? Sapphire Radeon X1300 XT 256MB @ ThinkComputers ? Leadtek WinFast PX 8800 GTS TDH @ 3DChip Cases & Cooling Thermaltake Soprano VX Case @ Tweaknews ? Akasa AK-873 AMD Athlon64 Heatsink @ FrostyTech ? Scythe Mine Cooler @ GideonTech ? NZXT Adamas Premium Aluminum Chassis @ MTB ? Scythe Kama-Thermo @ techPowerUp Power Supplies Enermax Galaxy 1000w Quad-SLI @Virtual-Hideout ? Spire Rocketeer IV 600W @ OCIA Networking X-Micro Super G Networking @ Overclockers Online Storage SD Card Roundup @ Techgage Audio Microsoft Zune Review @ Digital Trends ? Icemat Siberia In:Ear Headset @ Bigbruin Peripherals Belkin F1PP000GN-SK Wi-Fi Phone @ Buzz Me Baby ? T-Mobile Vario II Review @ UKGamer ? XTrac Ripper XXL Mouse Pad Review @ NGOHQ ? Razer Krait Gaming Mouse @ XSReviews Games In Praise of Slowness @ OCModShop ? Tony Hawk’s Project 8 (Xbox 360) @ TrustedReviews



Maxtor Retail Hard Drive Warranty increases

Maxtor drives for the retail market will now come with a 3-year limited warranty, about time too?I say! The new three-year limited warranty applies retroactively to all Maxtor Hard Drive Kits in retail channel inventory, or purchased by consumers on or after October 1, 2006. Previously, retail-boxed drives carried only a one year limited warranty, whereas the bare drives have always included three year coverage.



RIAA are a bunch of stinky poops

You what now? This may seem far-fetched, perhaps even verging sensationalism, but the internet as we know it is under threat, and the RIAA is just one of many tools used by big business. One of the lawyers involved in defending cases bought against people by the RIAA claims that if the music industry wins a crucial case, the Internet will have to be switched off.





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