Thursday, October 02, 2003
Daily mailbox: K-Hardware, Bjorn3D, JSI Hardware, TweakTown, HardwareZone, I4U, Designtechnica — Cormac @ 15:15
RADEON 9800 XT Preview @ K-Hardware
"The RADEON 9800 XT is the successor of the RADEON 9800 Pro and a direct competitor for NVIDIA´s GeForce FX 5950. Special attention is thereby on a automatic clock regulation, which clocks the chip at low temperatures from 412MHz up to 430MHz. We give a view with the first official informations."
Read more at K-Hardware.
Bjorn3D takes a look at the Radeon 9600XT and the Radeon 9800XT
"You always know when Autumn is here. The leaves go yellow. It becomes a bit colder and the days get shorter. This is also the time when both ATI and NVIDIA releases new GPU/VPU´s.
Read more at Bjorn3D.
IOSS RD5 5 in 1 USB Card Reader / Writer review @ JSI Hardware
"The device comes complete with installation instructions, a cool business card sized driver CDRom, a little wallet for portability and an extension cable for people using the USB sockets at the back of your pc, it does not require batteries as it draws its power from the USB socket."
Read more at JSI Hardware.
Koolance EXOS External Water Cooling System Review @ TweakTown
"Computers aren´t getting cooler, and as this is true, we are seeing more and more water cooling products hit the market place as the said style of product slowly gets closer to becoming a mainstream commodity. Today Cameron "Sov" Johnson takes a look at the Koolance EXOS External Water Cooling System. How does the near silent system compare to air cooling? Read on!"
Read more at TweakTown.
HWZ coverage: Computex Taipei 2003 Update Pt. 3
"Shuttle creates while others follow that´s the theme surrounding Shuttle´s booth. Shuttle has always been at the forefront of technology when it comes to building small form factor PCs for the consumer and gaming market. They will continue to strengthen this core business of theirs which has transformed their company from one that manufactures motherboards to one that has built a name for itself in the barebone market. They still have motherboards, though they are not part of their main focus. Please invite your readers to check out this review."
Read more at HWZ.
I4U News: New Sanyo DMX-C1 World´s Smallest Digital Video Camera
"The Sanyo DMX-C1 could be the lighest and smallest high-quality Digital Video Camera on the planet. The Xacti weighs 155g and feature 3.2 Mega Pixel CCD chip. It can record MPeg4 with 30 frames per second in VGA resolution. The DMX-C1 uses SD-Memory Cards. With a 512MB SD-Card the camera can record 30min. of high-quality Video (VGA, 30fps).
Read more at I4U.
Plextor PlexWriter PX-708A Review @ Designtechnica
"The Plextor PlexWriter PX-708A is currently the fastest DVD+/-RW drive on the market with its 8X DVD+R write performance. We experienced no problems burning content to any of our test media and were able to heavily multi-task while doing so. The included software suite is very robust and complete compared to other DVD writers on the market. It should be a while until we see the next generation of dual format DVD writers hit the market so if you have been waiting to make a DVD writer purchase, now is the time and the PX-708A is what you will want."
Read more at Designtechnica.
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