Wednesday, September 17, 2003
Daily mailbox: Legion Hardware, TechConnect, Bjorn3D, myWORLD Hardware, Madshrimps, TweakTown — Cormac @ 18:16
Gigabyte 7NNXP @ Legion Hardware
The 7NNXP truly is one of the best nForce2 motherboards out there and quite possibly the best Socket A motherboard Gigabyte has ever produced. The 7NNXP is also one of the most expensive Socket A motherboards Gigabyte has ever produced. However, the 7NNXP covers itself here by offering an abundance of features. The list of onboard features was extremely impressive as the 7NNXP supports an enormous amount of integrated goodness.
Read more at Legion Hardware.
Plextor PX-708 DVD±R/RW Drive Review @ TechConnect.ws
"Read results are great, as well as the write and re-write ones. We actually somehow knew what we should expect from CD-R, CD-RW and DVD recording, except 8X DVD+R recording which is absolutely fast. As long as you have compatible media, now it should be a pleasure writing DVDs. True 8X DVD+R media should be soon on shelves. 4X DVD+RW media is also on the way. By then you will have to set to 4X media recommended by Plextor, if you consider burning 8X DVDs."
Read more at TechConnect.
Plextor PX-504UF — External DVD+R/W and CD-R/W Review @ Bjorn3d
"External drives such as this one seem to be most interesting to people who have run out of IDE connectors or bays in their PCs, who do not like opening up their PCs to do upgrades, or who like the portability and flexibility of an external drive. The PX-504UF features both USB 2.0 and IEEE 1394 (FireWire) interfaces, so this drive can be used with a wide variety PCs and Macs, even ones with older USB 1.1 ports."
Read more at Bjorn3D.
CoolerMaster Jet 7 HSF Reviewed! @ myWORLD Hardware
"Since with their introduction of Aero 7 heatsink, which uses the blower concept instead of using traditional axially cooled fan, it has gain wide acceptance throughout the PC community with it´s effectiveness in cooling performance. And so as of today, we are going to take a look at the improved version of the blower type heatsink cooler by CoolerMaster, Jet 7!"
Read more at myWORLD Hardware.
CoolerMaster Jet 7 Heatsink @ Madshrimps
"With the newly released Jet 7 CoolerMaster further explores the world of radial fan heatsinks. There latest, the Aero 7, was a success. The Jet 7 has a bigger fan, but a cheaper heatsink. Does it manage to keep up the good name of it´s older brother?"
Read more at Madshrimps.
Four Way AMD Athlon XP Heatsink Shootout @ TweakTown
"Even though it is under one week till AMD conduct their worldwide launch of their desktop 64-bit processor, Athlon 64, many people will still buy current Athlon XP 32-bit processors for a little while to come as Athlon 64 drives its pricing down across the globe. Today Shawn "Toxic" Baker has a four way AMD Athlon XP heatsink shootout comparing two heatsinks from CoolerMaster and Thermaltake including the CoolerMaster Jet 7 which was only came out of NDA today!"
Read more at TweakTown.
Samsung SF-555P Multifunction Laser Printer Review @ Tweaknews.net
"Today I will be reviewing a compact and effective multifunction printer that would be a great addition to any small business. I have personally have been using this particular model for the past five months and found it to be reliable, easy to use and best of all, not a space hog."
Read more at Tweaknews.
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