Thursday, September 25, 2003
Daily mailbox: EOC, Bjorn3D, Ninjalane, Legion Hardware, HWZ, TweakTown, TechConnect, etc ó Cormac @ 19:38†
OCZ PC4000 EL 512MB Dual Channel Kit @ EOC
"Today we have the OCZ PC4000 EL Dual Channel kit on the test bed. Sure you have heard a lot about OCZ since they are some of the best overclocking modules available. Just about every forum you go to, there are many satisfied consumers who have had great luck with their memory."
Read more at EOC.
DFI 865PE Infinity Motherboard Review @ Bjorn3D
"And they aim to do it again with a new approach to BIOS settings. While launching its new Infinity series of mainboards targeting overclockers on a budget, DFI is also bringing out CMOS Reloaded, which enables the user to select/tweak, define, save, and rename the CMOS. Currently, CMOS Reloaded allows you to save two distinct CMOS configurations."
Read more at Bjorn3D.
Computex Days 2 and 3 @ Ninjalane
Ninjalane posted some more photos from day 2 and 3 at Computex.
Computex Day 2 @ Legion Hardware
"When visiting events such as Computex I tend to concentrate more on the high-end products such as the latest graphics cards, processor and chipsets. I guess you could say the main focus point would have to be on products that offer a new and exciting level of performance. Take for example the AMD Athlon64 processor or ATi´s R360, these are products we all tend to focus on. New processors are of course a big hit with the enthusiasts and quite often you will never hear about the low-end solutions that most of us end up purchasing as they are the most affordable."
Read more at Legion Hardware.
HWZ review: Corsair TWINX1024-4000PRO (DDR500)
"The Corsair TWINX1024-4000PRO is an overclockerís best friend with the capability to operate in dual channel mode flawlessly at a 250MHz FSB. Better yet, it was rock stable all the way with even a 262MHz FSB and with a tested 1:1 RAM to FSB ratio."
Read more at HardwareZone.
Allied 500 Watt PSU Review @ TweakTown
"Well, we´re back at it with another new name in the power supply market. Though these folks have been around for a while, they aren´t a name that is always heard of when it comes to a PSU. Come join Mike "Darthtanion" Wright as he takes a look at the Allied 500 watt Power Supply. It boasts an abundance of power, and quiet, cool operation. We´re going to stress it out a bit and see if it can live up to it´s own claims!"
Read more at TweakTown.
Albatron PX865PE Lite PRO Review @ TechConnect
"Leaned towards the higher performance i856PE based mainboards, the PX865PE Lite PRO comes with a great value anybody with low budget cannot deny. The only major drawback from the i865PE based boards is the lack of Dual-DDR support. The PX865PE Lite PRO still offers support for Hyper-Threading Pentium4 processors, DDR400 memory, AGP 8X, Serial ATA, and even FSB1000+. Albatronís implementation also features onboard 3Com 10/100Mbps LAN, as well as ACí97 sound. All in all, the Albatron PX865PE Lite PRO mainboard combines up-to-date basic features with great performance, and an excellent price."
Read more at TechConnect.
Zalman ZM-2HC1 Heatpipe HDD Cooler Reviewed @ myWORLD Hardware
"As you´ve known by now, Zalman is a company who is very well known for its range of quiet cooling solution or Computer Noise Prevention System products or in short, CNPS. From the very initial review, we took a look at Zalman CNPS6000-CU and we´re truly amazed how it cooled down our CPU testbed without making a single noise. Later on, we managed to experience and review more Zalman products and we did find that their products are truly and totally quiet without compromising performance."
Read more at myWORLD Hardware.
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