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Issue #10 of NN
Two ASUS Notebooks Review: A4B00L and A4S00G
How Anti-Spyware Software Works
FIRST LOOK: SiS 755FX for Socket 939 Athlon 64
"The launch of Athlon 64 has brought us 2 chipsets thus far: the nVidia nForce3 150 and VIA K8T800. As we have discussed in reviews of boards based on these chipsets, neither one really meets the specifications that we would like to see in Athlon 64 chipsets. While VIA performs at the specified 800 Hyper Transport speed, it is hampered by lack of a real means to fix AGP/PCI lock. This severely limits the ability of VIA chipset boards to overclock, and is the most important complaint we have had with this chipset.
-Wesley Fink, AnandTech
Swiftech Mcw6002-64 waterblock
WinTV USB2 TV tuner
X-ray Technology mouse pads.
HEXUS and VIA's Super Christmas System Giveaway!
Crystal Quad LED Fan
Cooler Master 2004 Holidays Mod/Design Contest!!!
1A-Cooling SET-5Z280V1 Water Cooling Kit Review
ATI Technologies Unleash Graphics Cards Price War
Gigabyte creates dual-GPU graphics card
PCI Express Transfer Rate Set to Double
"The PCI-SIG, the Special Interest Group responsible for PCI Express architecture, announced that the data rate for the next planned revision of the PCI Express specification will be 5GHz, which is two times higher compared to today’s 2.50GHz speed. The new spec will be finalized in the second half of 2005 with actual products shipping in 2007."
-Anton Shilov, Xbit Labs
Logisys Janus Gaming Case & 500W All Acrylic PSU
Soltek SL-915GPro-FGR Motherboard Review
Foxconn 925A01-8EKRS2 and Foxconn 915A01-8EKRS2 Mainboards Review
Scan International's 3XS Cobra SLI Systems