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"Although Gigabyte has made a name for itself by producing motherboards and video cards, lately they have focused increasingly on other types of hardware. Among these have been their CPU coolers, which are not that common but have been getting some positive press and look quite promising. This review..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/26/06 @ 11:10:14PM
Hardware

"Here's a closer look at the base plate. You can clearly see Swiftech's Patent-Pending Diamond Pin Matrix design. One thing to note on the inner machine work... on some of the first production runs of the APOGEE CPU block, there was a problem with copper shavings being left on the inside of the blo..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/26/06 @ 11:08:28PM
Hardware

"Towards the end of December, we had written two articles to examine the frame-rate performance of both ATI and NVIDIA drivers as they had progressed throughout the year under Linux. Although there were minimal average frame-rate differences between each of the drivers, in
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/26/06 @ 11:01:44PM
Software

"Crucial Technology has been known for their quality memory, great prices, and fast shipping. Recently Crucial has a new high performance memory product line, which goes by the name of Ballistix. The Ballistix line of memory encompasses both DDR and DDR2 products, and emphasizes performance while sti..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/25/06 @ 11:53:36PM
Hardware

"What is the most popular chipset when it comes to overclocking AMD processor today? Without a doubt, it has to be the NVIDIA nForce4, which brings us to the motherboard we are reviewing today. The board we are reviewing is the ECS KN1 SLI Extreme; this board is quickly becoming one of the hottest ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/25/06 @ 11:49:30PM
Hardware

"There's no doubt about it - we loved Silverstone LC16M. Unlike some, we weren't put off by the chunky looks and the added bonus is the amount of room there is inside. If you require a slimline HTPC, something like the Silverstone LC09 would do the job but you will need to budget for a mini-ITX mot..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/25/06 @ 11:46:13PM
Hardware/HTPC-SFF

"Cooler Master has a reputation for cases geared towards the enthusiast and its Stacker range of chassis have been immensely popular, being amazingly well built and very functional Ė especially if you have large water cooling or require plenty of fans. The latest incarnation of the Stacker is the 830..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/25/06 @ 11:44:46PM
Hardware

"Air circulation is a must have in any computer. No matter if have a simple work station or a high end gaming systems, the importance of air moving across your components is very important. And the only way to achieve this is the proper placement of cooling fans. If you have a case that is need of so..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/25/06 @ 11:38:52PM
Hardware

"The phrase ďMedia CenterĒ has caught on like wildfire since the release of Windows Media Center Edition 2005. Following closely to this trend SageTV has released version 4 of its product and declared its entry into the Media Center world. The media center concept is about bringing all of your digita..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/25/06 @ 11:36:39PM
HTPC-SFF

"Danger Den is a company known world wide for producing some of the best water cooling components out there. They were pioneers in the market, and may be seen as the first company who offered consumers a "self purchased" water cooling setup. Since the olden days when water cooling was known to many..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/25/06 @ 11:27:35PM
Hardware

"The Raptor X, model WD1500AHFD, reflects the third generation of the Raptor series. This model upgrades the Raptor to a 150GB capacity, a 16MB cache, and it throws in NCQ as well. The 150GB Raptor is also available as the WD1500ADHFD, which has the same specifications but lacks the clear window on t..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/25/06 @ 09:40:01PM
Hardware/Modding

"Downloading the latest Catalyst drivers from ATI gave me the latest 6.2 version, and after uninstalling the old drivers and rebooting I was underway. However I did have to go into the ATI Overclocking utility to set the GPU and Memory speed to the correct values, as initially it ran them at the def..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/25/06 @ 09:35:10PM
Hardware

"Even without this extreme behaviour, the X1900 has been breaking records in its standard air cooled fashion. Its specs are unimpeachable. As featured on the X1800, it offers a ring-bus memory architecture and 512MB of GDDR HYPERLINK "javascript://"RAM, married to greater horsepower derived from it..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/25/06 @ 01:01:13PM
Hardware

"When I first saw these headphones at CES, I could tell there was something extraordinary about them. Their sleek design immediately caught my attention, and after discovering they were Bluetooth wireless, I knew they would be keepers. I recently came across the industrial design studio's website, O..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/24/06 @ 06:05:30PM
Hardware

"OCZ's Platinum 2GB memory kit made our list for two reasons. First, 2GB of memory is fast becoming the new standard. Ask anyone who has taken the jump from 1GB to 2GB and they will confirm this. The added memory increases overall system performance, especially in some of the newer graphic-intensive..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/24/06 @ 06:02:30PM
Hardware

"Having played around with the 830 for a while there is little we can find to fault it, Cooler Master seem to have lived up to their reputation and created another well designed, functional and stylish computer case. There is a plethora of connectivity for those of you who hate reaching around the ba..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/24/06 @ 05:57:47PM
Hardware

"Performance was very good, and for a 5400RPM drive we would consider the performance excellent overall. Our 7200RPM Travelstar died during testing, but the Momentus 5400.3 was very comparable to the faster Travelstar in many of our throughput benchmarks. The Travelstar was faster in the Sysmark test..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/24/06 @ 05:50:08PM
Hardware

MrSlacker: I am told our Editor In Chief has just finished construction on his own test bench and I am very interested to see the results of a design referred to as a "Big Yellow Hummer". Build a PC in 60 seconds?  Stay tuned as a complete DIY article on building it will publish within the next few days.
"The heart of the HSPC Tech Station consists of two high grade Polymer bench surfaces and a black Neoprene rubber mat. These key essential pieces make up the composition of the kit and are non-electrically conductive as well as scratch resistant. The bench surfaces are divided in..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/24/06 @ 05:42:40PM
Hardware

"Step 2, find yourself a digital camera. Step 3, find somewhere interesting to take a picture of yourself holding the OCZ and OCIA.net logos. The more creative, the better. For example, taking the picture at your desk is dull... but taking the picture in front of a famous landmark, sweet sports car o..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/24/06 @ 05:33:49PM
Misc

"Arctic Cooling is no stranger to the pages of Pro-Clockers. We choose to review their products because they do as advertised, that is to maintain a low level of noise and also cool the product which they are to cool. Today, we have one of the latest CPU coolers from A.C. It is the new Alpine 64. It ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/24/06 @ 05:26:41PM
Hardware

"The mounting of the Titan Vanessa was pretty easy and the included screw driver was a god send, but doing the screws up on the fan side of the heatsink was somewhat a hit and miss affair as you cant see the threaded hole that they go into. So it was a case of do the 2 up that I could see loosely and..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/21/06 @ 10:38:12PM
Hardware

"This one is for all those that like a PC quiet. Whether you are an owner of a HTPC or a high end gaming powerhouse, our next product up for review may be what you need. Aerocool has been around long enough to know what people need and want in building of their computers. Heatsinks, cases and cooling..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/21/06 @ 10:33:02PM
Hardware

MrSlacker: Looking for a great video card, but don't have $500-$600? In that case, check out our EVGA GeForce 6800GS review.
"GeForce 6800 GS is the latest mid-range graphics chip from nVidia, competing directly with Radeon X800 GTO from ATI. In this review we will compare not only GeForce 6800 GS against its main competitor, but we will also compare its performance against other GPUs available on the market."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 10:23:54PM
Hardware

"Unlike so many more mainstream accounts of the PC enthusiast hobby, there's no finger-pointing or 'look at these weirdos and their PCs' vibe: there's a genuine admiration shown for the guys producing this stuff, and a clear knowledge of the subject matter. This is not the kind of mainstream book..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 10:12:07PM
Modding

"The Gigabyte GA-K8N51PVMT-9 is the best combination among the NVIDIA latest onboard solution by using GeForce6150 and nForce430. We can see that from the testing, the GPU, memory and others performance werenít affected much when using the onboard GPU solution. If you are not a serious gamer and run ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 09:51:53PM
Hardware/HTPC-SFF

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Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 09:45:53PM
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"The Fatal1ty FS-V7 is a two slot copper cooler marketed toward gamers and PC enthusiast alike: with Red Copper fins, Anodized RAM sinks, and a Red LED fan it definitely has the bling appeal. It also comes with the ability to run on 12v in "Performance Mode" as well as a 5v "Quiet Mode" for thos..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 09:38:05PM
Hardware

"Today, we are taking a look at a new release from Scythe, the Katana CU. The Katana CU is an upgraded version of the older Katana unit that was all aluminum. The new is all copper as the CU applies. We will see how much better, it any, it performs over the older model. And also see if it is easier t..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 09:30:56PM
Hardware

"Logitech has a new series of equipment geared specifically to those who live to battle in the digital gaming world. Their flagship gaming keyboard is the new G15. This gigantic keyboard sports a fully customizable LCD display, 19 programmable keys, blue LED lights, and two USB 2.0 ports."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 09:08:23PM
Hardware

"From the use of a gold/aluminum hybrid, it looks as if OCZ is looking to improve on the efficiency of how fast the heatspreader does its job. This in theory is by making the contact area of the heatspreader with the memory chips themselves a honey comb design. The thinking is that this honey comb ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 09:02:19PM
Hardware

"Mice are becoming more and more expensive, and with lots more features packed into them. One thing I noticed is that the standard feet of these so-called professional gaming mice or high-end mice are a bit lacking. Even though some companies do make some effort in upgrading the feet of their higher ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 08:57:26PM
Misc

"Arctic Cooling's product line might not be the most robust as far as quantity goes, but they ensure each product performs the best in its class. They are extremely well known for their ATI and NV GPU coolers. But, there line of CPU coolers is gaining a lot of publicity too, especially with the fant..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 08:53:34PM
Hardware

"We Love Katamari is, in its truest sense, what we'd think of as a game. Such titles are making a comeback, it seems: this, Geometry Wars and Darwinia all take a distinctly design-centric viewpoint of the video game experience. Sure, it might not be on the PC, and the PS2 might sport graphics proces..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 08:43:47PM
Software

"As happens immediately after a new product release, board partners compete to be first to market with their retail offering. PowerColor and SAPPHIRE, along with pretty much every other ATI AIB partner, use reference Radeon X1900 XT 512MBs, which we've established to be top-notch gaming cards. In fa..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 08:40:20PM
Hardware

"Initially I had some reservations of how a 300W PSU would handle our test system in real-world testing. Needless to say the Silverstone ST30NF 300W PSU got the job done efficiently and quietly, or should I say silently. It doesn't come cheap, ringing in at close to $150, but that's the price you p..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 08:16:39PM
Hardware/HTPC-SFF

"The Thermaltake Mozart case offers a simple and sophisticated styling that will help your HTPC blend in nicely with your other audio/video components. The aluminum face includes the items you require for convenient operation, but the design does fairly well to disguise that this is a computer. Impr..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 08:05:05PM
HTPC-SFF

"Antec are well known in the computer industry, especially for making cases and power supply units. We have got our hands on one of their newer cases, the Antec P150. This case has a very nice looking white and brushed aluminum finish, along with nice LED lighting features on the front. It has a nice..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 08:02:54PM
Hardware

"Radeon X1900 XTX, formerly known as R580, is the new high-end chip from ATI, replacing Radeon X1800 XT as the fastest GPU from ATI. Weíve got a reference sample for this new model from ATI, so we will compare its performance to other members of the Radeon X1000 series, to previous ATI chips and also..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 07:37:09PM
Hardware

"New to the OCZ's Gold Series GX series is the inclusion of XTC or Xtreme Thermal Convection heatspreaders. These gold layered heatspreaders include a honeycomb style pattern that is replicated from the left to right of each memory module. OCZ claims that this new style design o..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 07:31:18PM
Hardware

"NZXT initially made a name for themselves with the Guardian and Nemesis computer cases. Now, NZXT introduces the Lexa for those who want a more contemporary, yet great looking case. NZXT has been kind enough to provide us with a Lexa to review, so let's see if this thing can live up to the expectat..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 07:28:57PM
Hardware

"In BF2, we found that there was a decent minimum frame rate improvement when the memory bus was overclocked to 520MHz. The average frame rate also recieved a small boost too, but it wasn't quite as dramatic as the 3 fps minimum frame rate increase. Both configurations were playable at 1600x1200 2xT..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 07:26:02PM
Hardware

"We now go from your regularly scheduled broadcast of Elvis, to Fox News. The bottom control bar includes pause, stop, fast forward, rewind, record, and channel changing controls. There are also controls for making screen adjustments and enabling a mini-EPG. These controls work with a remote, keyboar..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/20/06 @ 07:23:34PM
HTPC-SFF

"Zalman are making a name for themselves, as creators of new, interesting products. And today, we review a heatsink - with LEDs! The Zalman CNPS9500 LED Heatsink is a unique product, and certainly is interesting. But is it any good? We find out..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/13/06 @ 11:10:00PM
Hardware

"Now that quality has gone up, and prices have gone down, more and more gamers are buying their first LCD displays these days. And thanks to some killer deals mostly from Dell, a lot of people are getting into widescreen resolution displays. Unfortunately, most gam..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/13/06 @ 11:07:56PM
Software

"There are many times in a PC builderís career when he or she needs to quickly connect a drive to a machine to retrieve some important data. There are a few different options to accomplish this. First, install the drive into an enclosure and connection it externally or to open up the PC and install i..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/13/06 @ 11:04:12PM
Hardware

"When it comes to character VFDís and LCDís there are not many names that come to mind, but the one that does is Matrix Orbital. Since 1995 Matrix Orbital has been making LCD solutions. Today we will be looking at one of their newer LCDís, the MX610. This LCD features the new PLED technology and has ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/13/06 @ 11:01:06PM
Hardware/Modding

"Mid-range enclosures have come along way these past couple of years. Nowadays, you can find a decently priced one with all the features we've come to expect from super high-end case manufacturers like Lian-Li and Silverstone. One case that turned our heads was Cooler Master's Centurion 532. This s..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/13/06 @ 10:57:03PM
Hardware

"We've got Radeon X1900XTX 512MB video cards from Club 3D, Connect3D and Sapphire, along with the Radeon X1900XT 512MB from PowerColor and ATI's All-In-Wonder X1900. The Radeon X1900XTX cards are all clocked at the reference clocks of 650/1550MHz, while PowerColor's Radeon X1900XT is clocked at 62..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/11/06 @ 10:17:49PM
Hardware

"The Cooler Master Aquagate Mini R120 is by far the easiest liquid cooling setup we've ever worked with. It's not a click and run type of deal, but it's no harder than most performance air coolers and much easier than even the Koolance EXOS to setup. Everything is done; fill and bleed, clamping tu..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/11/06 @ 10:15:00PM
Hardware

"Thumbdrives have now become fairly ubiquitous in our lives. As high capacity, small form factor replacements for the ancient and crusty old floppy disk, they can't be beaten. Want your MP3s on a different machine? Stick 'em on a thumbdrive. Nicking the latest episode of 24 from a mate? Never mind ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/9/06 @ 10:45:23PM
Hardware

"Western Digital first released its Raptor in 2003 and this was significant in a number of ways. For a start it was its first SATA hard drive. However WD did something far more interesting than taking one of its Caviar drives and simply nailing on a SATA interface. Instead, it..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/9/06 @ 10:41:59PM
Hardware

"Installation of the Thermaltake Blue Orb II CPU Cooler is very straightforward, consisting of either replacing the AMD bracket with a back plate and 2 standoffs, or attaching a pair of brackets and standoffs to the Intel system. AMD motherboards must be removed from the case for..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/9/06 @ 10:40:27PM
Hardware

"Phil Hester joined AMD in last September as AMDís new CTO, replacing Fred Weber at this position. Hester worked 23 years at IBM at several positions (including CTO of the PC division and VP of the RS/6000 hardware development), leaving IBM to launch Newisys in 2000, a company dedicated to build serv..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/9/06 @ 10:38:11PM
Misc

"ATIís All-in-Wonder range is something of a legend in the PC graphics market. Since the introduction of the first All-in-Wonder back in late 1996 (based on the 3D Rage II!) it has become famed for offering an all- you-can-eat mix of high powered graphics and multimedia in one ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/9/06 @ 10:34:33PM
Hardware/HTPC-SFF

"When you are choosing components for your PC speed is always a factor, whether itís a hard drive or video card. When choosing a flash drive itís no different. You want something that is fast, especially if you are using it to transport large files. Today we have a flash drive that is very fast and l..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/9/06 @ 10:31:51PM
Hardware

"Performance was pretty good, as this card could play all the games we threw at it at 1024*768 with 4X AA and 16X ansio without a problem. Playing some other newer games (Age of Empires 3, etc.) provided a smooth frame rate at the settings I tried. In numbers this card, when not CPU limited was bet..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/9/06 @ 10:29:40PM
Hardware

"Increasing GPU and memory speeds require manufacturers to come up with unique and creative cooling solutions for their video cards. As PC enthusiasts, we like to take it a step further because by nature we like to tinker and mod every aspect of our rigs. One way to modify our high end video cards is..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/7/06 @ 09:17:15PM
Hardware

MrSlacker: Also don't forget to read our review of WD Raptors.
"Over two years ago Western Digital announced the arrival of the first ever 10,000 RPM serial ATA hard drive, the Raptor. Despite having a capacity of just 37GB, the WD360GD was immediate a hit with performance enthusiasts and high-end system builders. It is surprising that other companies have not f..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/7/06 @ 09:13:15PM
Hardware

"Foxconn, a traditional OEM manufacturer, is now in the retail market with its own motherboard line, using its own brand. For AMD platform, it is using WinFast brand, which was licensed from Leadtek. Foxconn WinFast 6100K8MB-RS is a socket 754 motherboard based on the latest nVidia chipset with integ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/7/06 @ 09:05:14PM
Hardware

MrSlacker: Ours friends over at HTPCnews take a look at a new PSU from Seasonic.
"We here at HTPCnews.com have never had a problem recommending Seasonic due their great performance in reviews done by our peers and case histories from our forum members. My goal in this review is to confirm what we have been saying all along with hard numbers. Passing the geek muster test is pretty..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/7/06 @ 08:55:36PM
Hardware

"Who are SyncMax well the above explains pretty well and after you read this review you wonít forget them either. Today I will be testing out The SyncMax 800Express 1 gig kit this should not be mistaken with there SyncMax 800 ram as the Express really is something quite special. With timings (800mhz ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/7/06 @ 08:50:59PM
Hardware

"If your PC enclosure says something about you, then with the Cooler Master Praetorian 730 you are bursting with confidence, have class while not overly flaunting it and you will not settle for anything not made properly for its task. The design is crisp and entertaining, but that doesn't stop at th..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/7/06 @ 06:26:48PM
Hardware

"With my recent purchase of a X800XT AIW from the trusty Newegg, I decided to take advantage of my newly constructed watercooling setup by investing in a Danger Den Maze 4 GPU waterblock and ramsinks. I ordered the waterblock from Danger Den's website and some generic copper ramsinks. This review wi..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/7/06 @ 06:03:22PM
Hardware

"There are a lot of us out there that would rather have a small form factor case than some gigantic tower taken up all the room on or underneath our desk. Here is when the SFF systems come into place. This is a place where Shuttle has reigned supreme for some time. But for those that have the time an..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/7/06 @ 05:53:28PM
Hardware

"There were several things that went through my mind when the Silverstone LC10M arrived at my door. The first was what differentiates one HTPC case from another? The second was does price really play a part in the overall quality of an HTPC case? The answer to the second question is a resounding YES...."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/3/06 @ 11:16:28PM
HTPC-SFF

MrSlacker: Looks like someone from Apple's design team got a new job at Antec.
"Finding a computer case thatís silent and chocked full of features is very challenging. Most modern case manufacturers focus on flashy acrylic UV windows, bright blue and red LEDs, and car-finish paint jobs. One company who broke from this mold is Antec when they developed their P150 case. This case..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/3/06 @ 11:13:21PM
Hardware

"he Thermalright HR-01 would be perfect for a HTPC, or any situation where you need your computer to be at its absolute quietest. With no fan on the HR-01, the processor cooler makes absolutely no noise. I was initially concerned that it would not be able to cool my Opteron 148 sufficiently, but in m..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/3/06 @ 11:09:26PM
Hardware/HTPC-SFF

"Armed with a discreet video solution, the WinFast 6150K8MA-8EKRS proved to be quite a performer, near the levels of the nForce 4 Ultra and SLI (minus a second PEG NVIDIA card). If the FlexATX SFF PCs aren't for you, but you still want something compact, this Foxconn board is worth a look."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/3/06 @ 11:06:54PM
Hardware/HTPC-SFF

"Corsair has been around for quite sometime and during that time they have come to meet all the enthusiastís need with it comes to high performance memory. The ram that we have today is no exception. The TwinX2048-4000PT sports a default high FSB, that surpasses a lot of user's needs. And some very ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/3/06 @ 11:04:09PM
Hardware

NVIDIA 7800GS Released!
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/3/06 @ 10:38:08PM
Hardware

"The Kingston HyperX KHX3200K2/2G dual channel kit offered surprisingly good performance in the face of another 2GB kit of performance DDR that seemed to have the advantage (at least on paper). For gamers and PC enthusiasts looking for an edge without the risks and time investment of overclocking, th..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/3/06 @ 09:59:55PM
Hardware

"Zalman, the name is synonymous with high quality, cool looking cooling products, not to mention the other products like power supplies. Zalman is most known for its 'Flower' style of CPU coolers; they look cool and perform very well. Today I have for review a VGA cooler from Zalman, the VF700-Cu L..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/3/06 @ 09:39:42PM
Hardware

"In terms of characters, we get the usual DoA stars - Ryu (ninja), Bass (redneck wrestler), Lei Feng (kung-fu babe), Kasumi and Ayame (ninja babes) - plus the return of some old favourites such as Christie (kinky leather-clad assassin) and Brad Wong (part rock-god, part drunke..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/3/06 @ 09:32:19PM
Software

"Digital cameras, cell phones, voice recorder, mp3 players and PDAs, chances are you own one of the items just listed. And chances are they take some form of digital media, rather it is secure digital, Sony memory stick or whatever. Even if your device has the ability to hook up to your computer, it ..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/3/06 @ 09:24:09PM
HTPC-SFF

"Not everyone who buys a PC is a hardcore gamer, but there are a fair number of people who do kill time by blowing stuff up. At the same time, a lot of folks do more than just play games. Make no mistake, you probably are a "more than causal" gamer if you're considering the AIW X1900 PCIe for a HT..."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/3/06 @ 09:17:13PM
Hardware

MrSlacker: Ooops, I meant Dell just froze over.
"One of the worst kept secrets in the industry is Dell Computer Inc.ís reported move to develop PCs, based on microprocessors from Advanced Micro Devices Inc."
Posted by: MrSlacker on 2/1/06 @ 10:22:42PM
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