Monday, September 15, 2003
Daily mailbox: Techseekers, Bjorn3D, HardwareZone, Ninjalane ó Cormac @ 12:20†
Beginners guide to backing up a DVD movie @ Techseekers
"DVD-Shrink is the program we will use to rip the DVD as it is copy protected and then squeeze it onto a 4.7GB writeable DVD. The reason I chose DVD-Shrink is because it is by far the best all rounder when it comes to quality, speed, features and ease of use. Some programs can be better in a particular area such as speed or ease of use but Shrink packs a heavy punch and has features such as a built in DVD ripper so you can transfer the files to your hard drive and the big one itís FREE!!"
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MSI 865PE Neo2-FIS2R Motherboard Review @ Bjorn3D
"Thanks to MSI, we have the 865PE Neo2-FIS2R board up for review today. Not only does it sport some of the best features available for an Intel board, such as Hyper-Threading, Serial ATA (four ports!), Gigabit LAN and dual-channel DDR, but it also sports some innovative, MSI-exclusive features like CoreCell and Dynamic Overclocking Technology. It looks great on paper, but you have to check out the rest of this review to see how it really performs."
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HWZ review: Athlon XP vs. Pentium 4 : The Ultimate 32-bit CPU Showdown
"After more than a month of grueling tests and benchmarking, we´ve come to a final conclusion. There´s not a single doubt that the 32-bit processor performance crown belongs to Intel Pentium 4. We think the Pentium 4 will stay this way for a while as we know Intel has really big plans to further expand the performance and value of this processor."
Read more at HardwareZone.
Thermaltake Silent Boost Review @ Ninjalane
"With fans being the major contributor of noise in any PC you need to decide, what do I want more, good cooling or quiet heatsink? With the Silent Boost you might be able to get both."
Read more at Ninjalane.
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