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(no subject) [Jan. 1st, 2005|03:12 am]
The RGV HQ for Computer Modding, OC'ing, PC Softwa

[Current Music |The Prodigy - Breathe]

NN Vol. #1 Issue #1

How To Create Your Own Computer Games

Seagate 5GB USB 2.0 Pocket Hard Drive

Alphacool Cape Copper Set CPU Water Cooling Kit

SunBeamTech Molex Lighting Mods

December 2004 HTPC Case Roundup

1337g4m3r email service

ABIT AV8 Under Fire

  SilverStonetek SST-FP54 Review

PlayStation 3 GPU: NV40 and NV50 Hybrid with XDR DRAM, Says Report

Asustek’s shipment target of 10-12 million graphics cards in 2005 means more competition

LiteOn SOHW-1633S 16x DVD Writer

Notebooks to Operate on Battery for One Day by 2010

Thermaltake Aquarius VGA Waterblock

Sunbeam Tech Specialty Thumb Screws

Three-Way Gaming Mouse Showdown

Logitech z680 Surround Sound Speakers

SilverStone LC03V

4U Server Chassis

Da Blue - Lian Li PC-V1000 & Koolance EXOS Mod

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(no subject) [Dec. 31st, 2004|01:22 am]
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[Current Music |Android Lust - Slice Of Life]


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(no subject) [Dec. 28th, 2004|12:07 am]
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[Current Mood |thirstythirsty]
[Current Music |Metallica - Bleeding Me - S&M [Disc 1]]

Issue #11 of NN

BTC 9019URF Wireless Keyboard

Nexustek Disktwin HD silencer

One Core Is Good. Two Cores Are Even Better!

Seagate External 200GB Hard Disk Drive Review

DDR2 vs. DDR: Revenge Gained

Talon ZL 4-150 SATA Controller from Pacific Digita


DFI 875-T Mobo Review

Altec Lansing AHP-512 Headphones

Thermaltake BigWater Water Cooling Kit Accessories

Kiwi Quiet P4 Cooling

Mushkin PC2-5300 vs. Corsair PC2-5400

X-Ray Thunder8 Professional Mousepad Review

WD Ships New Large HDDs with Caching Enhancements

"Western Digital Corp. unveiled this week its first hard disk drive with capacity exceeding 300GB, following rivals Seagate and Hitachi. The new HDD not only sets a new record for WD in terms of capacity, but also uses a special caching technology that improves performance."

-Anton Shilov, Xbit Labs
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(no subject) [Dec. 16th, 2004|11:59 pm]
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[Current Mood |boredbored]
[Current Music |in flames - jotun]

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

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(no subject) [Dec. 16th, 2004|03:06 am]
The RGV HQ for Computer Modding, OC'ing, PC Softwa

[Current Mood |quixoticquixotic]
[Current Music |RAVE TECHNO HOUSE Robert Miles - Children 2000 (Trance Remix)]

Issue #9 of NN

Akasa AK-183-L2B Amber Series Fan

Suunto and Fossil Smart Watch Comparison

Mozilla's Firefox 1.0 Internet Browser

Logisys Silver Pitbull 500W

Aerocool Cool-Panel

Taking SLI and X850 XT PE to Bloodline

Kingston 1GB Ultra-Low Latency PC3200 HyperX Dual Channel Memory Kit Review!


NVIDIA GeForce 6200 TurboCache

ATI Radeon X800 XL - A $299 6800GT Competitor

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(no subject) [Dec. 15th, 2004|12:23 am]
The RGV HQ for Computer Modding, OC'ing, PC Softwa

[Current Mood |creativecreative]
[Current Music |Immortal Technique - Leaving the Past]

Issue #8 of NN

Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS 7.1 THX Giveaway

Samsung Tests Memory for 512MB Graphics Cards

"Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest maker of memory chips, has begun shipping the world’s first 512Mb GDDR3 memory device to graphics card makers, as well as electronic game console manufacturers. The new Samsung device has at least twice the density of any graphics memory available today, enabling graphics cards with large frame-buffers of 512MB.
-Anton Shilov, Xbit Labs

VIA Shows Off Mainboard with Native PCI Express, AGP Interconnections

Crucial Ballistix Tracer Giveaway Contest!

Mountain Mods Twice7 Aluminum Cube Computer Case

CATALYST™ Release Note Version 4.12

Kingston HyperX PC2-5400 DDR2 1GB DC Kit

iConcepts 10-Piece PC Tool Kit

Kreisen LT-30FMP 30-inch LCD HDTV Monitor

XG Sidewinder Enclosure

Chenbro Gaming Bomb II: Anyone for Upscale Gaming?

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(no subject) [Dec. 13th, 2004|10:39 pm]
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[Current Music |Opeth - Godhead's Lament]

Issue #7 of NN

A.C. Ryan Mod Roundup

ATake Laser LED

Asetek Black Ice Micro II Radiator

Antec NeoPower 480 watt PSU

Sunbeam Wherever PCI Rack

ForceWare 71.20 Performance Comparison

NZXT Christmas Giveaway!

Cooler Master Wave Master TAC-T01

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(no subject) [Dec. 11th, 2004|12:03 am]
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[Current Music |Tool - Eulogy {{RIP Dimebag Darrell}}]

Issue #6 of NN

SunBeamTech Chameleon LED Controller

Thermaltake 350w PurePower Fanless PSU

Danger Den DDC-12V Water Pump Review

Logisys Stove Fan

Half-Life 2 Enhancer 1.0

Gigabyte GV-NX66T128D GeForce 6600GT Videocard Review

*lazy and bored today so no comments, youll just have to go to the page and find out... off to play some cs and code php based irc bots... PEACE
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(no subject) [Dec. 9th, 2004|11:27 pm]
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[Current Music |MuteMath - Progress]

Issue #5 of NN

Intel Confirms Virtualization and Security Technologies in 2006

"Intel Corp.’s president Paul Otellini recently confirmed the company’s plans to bring the security and virtualization capabilities of platforms code-named LaGrande and Vanderpool in 2006, in-line with previous expectations. Both capabilities are likely to advance computers by a significant margin, as both ignite new usage models."
-Anton Shilov, Xbit Labs

Logitech MediaPlay Wireless Mouse

Since the early 80's Logitec had manufactured and produced some of the best personal interface devices, from mice to keyboards to game controllers, they have been on the top. Every experienced computer gamer or power user knows the Logitec name, and the quality behind every Logitec product. The Logitec MediaPlay is just another addition to an already extensive family.

OCZ PowerStream 520W Power Supply

"The OCZ PowerStream series of Power Supplies includes adjustable 3.3, 5 and 12 volt rails, PowerShield connections for today’s power hungry video cards and a superb mirror finish. Combining looks and great performance these Power Supplies are the choice of overclockers everywhere."
-Dean Nottis, 3D Xtreme

Zalman CNPS7700-AlCu HeatSink

"Zalman has been bringing us quality products for our computers for over five years. Their goal is to make computers more user friendly by reducing the noise they generate. Let's face it, many of us put up with a lot of fan noise just so we can keep our components cool. But if you could get the same performance at a reduced noise level wouldn't you take it? Of coarse you would. Enter the Zalman CNPS7700-AlCu."
-Howard "HoJo" Wilburn, PimpRig

Seagate ST1 1-Inch Hard Disk Drive Review

"Today we would like to introduce to you a new one-inch hard disk drive from Seagate supporting CompactFlash interface. Based on the regular HDD architecture (featuring platters and heads), this product proved very fast, very reliable and robust against external physical vibrations and shock. And the most important is that it offers outstanding storage capacity at a very affordable price."
-Andrey Kuznetcov, Xbit Labs

Thermalright XP-90 AMD64 CPU Cooler Review

"Today 3DXtreme is taking a look at one of the most popular AMD64 Coolers on the market, the Thermalright XP-90. The Thermalright XP-90 seems to be the favorite method of air cooling by overclockers far and wide and is currently regarded as the best air cooler on the market. The Thermalright XP-120 may rival the XP-90 however with its gigantic size however the XP-120 only fits a few fortunate Motherboards. The XP-90 uses a smaller 92mm fan but is much more likely to fit an existing Socket 939 Motherboard. Let's take a look at the Specifications and get right into the review."
-Dean Nottis, 3D Xtreme

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(no subject) [Dec. 9th, 2004|08:39 pm]
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Starting Jan 1, 2005, all cell phone numbers will be made public to
telemarketing firms.  So this means as of Jan 1, your cell phone may
start ringing with telemarketers, but unlike your home phone, most of
you pay for your incoming calls.  These telemarketers will eat up your
free minutes and end up costing you money in the long run.

According to the National Do Not Call List, you have until Dec. 15,
2004 to get on the national "Do not call list" for cell phones. They
said that you need to call 1-888-382-1222 from the cell phone that you
wish to have put on the "do not call list."  They also said you can do
it online at www.donotcall.gov

Registering only takes a minute, is in effect for 5 years, and will
possibly save you money (definitely frustration)!  Make sure you
register now!
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