Thursday, September 18, 2003
Daily mailbox: Bjorn3D, myWORLD Hardware, MonkeyReview, Bjorn3D, 3DCenter — Cormac @ 17:37
Atech Flash PRO 9 USB 2.0 Internal/External 9 In 1 Card Reader @ Bjorn3d
"One exciting thing about this Atech PRO 9 model is that it can easily be installed internally or be used as an external reader. Another great thing is that it supports the two newest formats xD-Picture Cards from Fuji and Memory Stick Pro cards."
Read more at Bjorn3D.
Thermaltake Giant II VGA Card Cooler Reviewed @ myWORLD Hardware
"Currently, most manufacturers are getting more innovative with their own cooling solutions. Some of us however, might want to take a step further with more advance solutions from the cooling experts such as Thermaltake. Thermaltake, the guys that brought you the famous orbs for CPU and GPU has already built a well established foundation when it comes to cooling. Most of us still remember the days when Thermaltake released its Crystal Orb which was one of the early cooling solutions for GPUs. A few years later, we´re going to take a look at their current solution for GPU, the Thermaltake Giant II!"
Read more at myWORLD Hardware.
Cobalt Pyramid V @ MonkeyReview
"Cobalt3 has gotten hold of a very promising concept, but I feel the Pyramid V, even a latter model in the Pyramid line, is still a very buggy product. If Cobalt3 could lower the temperature requirements for the alarms, and make them a little more distinct and operational, it would already be a worthy product. I urge Cobalt3 not to give up on what they already have, but to look over the design of the product, and give it a little more testing."
Read more at MonkeyReview.
Belkin Hi-speed USB 2.0 4-Port Hub @ Bjorn3D
"This cool looking, space-saving (stackable) USB Hub is definitely worth consideration, if you´re in the market for more USB ports. "
Read more at Bjorn3D.
3DCenter News: VIA KT880 to come in Q4
"We have new (reliable) informations and a block diagramm from the VIA KT880 DualChannel chipset for the Athlon XP. Samples are available now, the mass production is planed for Q4/2003. Notice the memory support: DDR1 and DDR2 up to DDR2/667."
Read more at 3DCenter or see this Google translation.
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