Friday, August 29, 2003
Daily mailbox: EOC, HardwareZone, Bjorn3D, Legion Hardware — Cormac @ 15:13
ABIT IC7 MAX3 (875P) Motherboard Preview @ EOC
Extreme Overclocking has just posted up some preview pics of the new ABIT IC7 MAX3 board featuring ABIT´s patented OTES technology.
Read more at EOC.
HWZ review: Samsung SGH-C100 (Dual-band)
"Overall, the new Samsung SGH-C100 is a fresh departure from the usual clamshell designs. The candybar form factor will appeal to users who prefer a phone with a comfortable gripping size. In addition to the phone´s unique slimg and light build, users would not miss its signature 40-chord polyphonic and bright UFB TFT LCD screen as part of its main features."
Read more at HardwareZone.
Bjorn3d reviews the ATI AIW 9800 Pro
I have always been sceptical to all-in-one solutions since they always have had to compromise in one or the other area. However reviewing the ATI AIW 9800 Pro has convinced me that you can get great multimedia features as well as great gaming performance in one package. Read our review to find out just how good it is.
Read more at Bjorn3D.
ASUS V9950 GeForceFX 5900 128MB @ Legion Hardware
"The GeForceFX 5900 is a reasonably strong performer though it was not strong enough to out muscle the Radeon competition. However, keeping in mind that the chip (GPU) featured on a particular graphics card may be the most important aspect of the card as there are other features that will make such a card unique. An example of this would be the card´s bundle, overclocking abilities and design. ASUS has once again done an excellent job incorporating a great deal of software into the V9950 package."
Read more at Legion Hardware.
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