Monday, September 08, 2003
Daily mailbox: Tweaknews, OCW, myWORLD Hardware, Madshrimps, Bjorn3d, MonkeyReview — Cormac @ 12:51
Samsung SyncMaster 172MP 17inch Multifunction LCD Monitor Review @ Tweaknews.net
"Samsung has done nothing but improve on a good product with the 172MP. For ~US$700, you don´t only get a decent 17 inch LCD monitor, but also a mini-multimedia center with full component and composite audio and video capabilities."
Read more at Tweaknews.
OCW Gallery: Chaintech FX71 Apogee GF 5600FX Ultra
Read more at OCWorkbench.
Ennyah DIGISound II Multi-Function MP3 Player Reviewed @ myWORLD Hardware
"Then, with the introduction of MP3, companies like Diamond created the first portable MP3 player, namely the Rio mp3 player that has taken a storm in the market. With it´s ease of use and robust playing capability, no one can go wrong when getting one of this player. However, with its introductory price of USD200 (RM760), it´s a price that most of us can´t afford. However, with many companies surfacing, MP3 player has become common and widely available. In conjunction to that, prices on MP3 player we find nowadays came in more affordable price."
Read more at myWORLD Hardware.
Nanotherm — Beat the Heat @ Madshrimps
"HEAT = DEATH. The number one cause of performance degradation and product failure is poor heat dissipation. ESG Assoc. or Nanotherm has but one goal, to engineer the most effective thermal transfer products available. In this review we will show you the difference between Artic Silver 3, Artic Alumina, Nanotherm Blue, Nanotherm Silver XTC, and finally Nanotherm PCM+."
Read more at Madshrimps.
GIGABYTE GA-7VT600 1394 Triton Series (VIA KT600) Mobo reviewed @ myWORLD Hardware
"This time around, VIA has unleashed its latest KT600 chipset to finish off what KT400 has left behind. Nvidia Nforce2 holds a tight grip on the performance crown in AMD platform and VIA seriously need something to keep up in this field. With Bartons running at 400MHz FSB and the growing trend of Dual Channel memory, the KT600 was created to support these new standards of the AMD platform."
Read more at myWORLD Hardware.
DVD X Copy and DVD X Copy XPress Review @ Bjorn3d
"Most movies don´t actually seem to utilize the full capacity of a dual-layer DVD; however, they often use more than 4.7 GB of data, which means two discs would be needed any way. DVD X Copy XPress attempts to alleviate this problem by compressing the data to make it fit on one disc. I will also examine the standard DVD X Copy, which allows for a complete and perfect copy of a DVD movie, according to 321."
Read more at Bjorn3d.
Athenatech A100SC M-ATX Case Review @ MonkeyReview
"Opening the side of the A100SC gave way to some warm welcomed features. Which, I honestly wasn’t anticipating. The first thing I noticed was that the 5.25” / 3.5” cage swings out, and is removable. This makes installing the mobo a little easier, as well makes swapping drives a snap. Also while inside, at the front, we find another area for a fan; this location is for an 8cm/80mm fan."
Read more at MonkeyReview.
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