Wednesday, October 29, 2003
Daily mailbox: TrustedReviews, TweakTown, G3D — Cormac @ 17:54
VIA EPIA CL @ TrustedReviews
"The VIA mini-ITX form factor has taken the world by storm and that’s no mean feat. The latest iteration is the EPIA CL, which is not a direct consumer product as such, but rather something geared towards a more specialized market. The reason for this is that the EPIA CL board features dual 10/100Mbit LAN as well as support for up to four serial ports."
Read more at TrustedReviews.
ABIT IC7 MAX3 – Taking Canterwood to the MAX @ TweakTown
"AMD Athlon 64 has taken most of the spotlight over the past month but we shouldn´t forget about Intel Pentium 4. One such motherboard to support it is ABIT´s IC7 MAX3, which takes the Canterwood chipset to the MAX."
Read more at TweakTown.
Silverstone ST360 Vs. Kingwin KWI-450WABK @ G3D
"If the last powersupply showdown was vanilla, this one is
mocha-frappuccino-cherry-almond-chocolate. Apparently bored with the
single-80mm-fan-placed-on-the-rear design 99% of powersupplies use, a
bunch of manufacturers decided to mess with the standard and come up
with their own designs. More fans, bigger fans, colored fans, colored
Read more at G3D.
GeForce FX 5700 and 5950 Ultra – nVidia´s return to the top? @ TweakTown
"nVidia´s NV36 (GeForce FX 5700) and NV38 (GeForce FX 5950) cores have arrived. How do they compare to the competition from the 2003 conquering ATI in the 9600 Pro and 9800 Pro. Read on!"
Read more at TweakTown.
Exclusive review : ABIT OTES, SECUREIDE Athlon64 board — KV8 MAX 3
"Nowadays, a mainboard is no longer just a mainboard with overclocking features. ABIT, being one of the most innovative manufacturers has again deliver something that is extraordinary. Do you still remember OTES (Outside Thermal Exhaust System) ? It first appeared on the ABIT Ti4200 graphics card and DiGiDice. Now it is on the KV8-MAX3. With the O.T.E.S, the MOSFETs and capacitors are cooled down during extreme overclocking as that portion of the board is one of the hottest spots.
Something that might interest you too is that ABIT KV8-MAX3 is the first Socket 754 board to include 6, you heard it right, 6 SATA ports supporting RAID, 4 is by SiliconImage Sil3114 chipset and another 2 is supported by VIA 8237 south bridge."
Read more at OCW.
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