ATI Mobility Radeon X700, Corsair COOL Water Cooling, and more!
Good evening ladies and gents, need some night reading material? After a long day of fighting the Windows ME Operating System, my head is just about fried. I'm sure the blue screen of death will haunt my dreams tonight. For those of who you have never had the pleasure of working with the mentioned OS, you may be scratching your head right now, but there are many battle hardened readers out there who know what I mean :) Anyway, here's the news, good night folks.
"There are a lot of speakers on the market these days, but all the excitement is with the high end. What do we do about everyone else? Logitech answers that call with the X-530's, a good looking set of speakers that sell for a modest price. But how do they perform? Lets find out!"
"Their Tsunami line of cases were one of the most well known cases last year and now ThermalTake is releasing the Soprano, a possible successor to the Tsunami. The Soprano is considerably cheaper, but can it be a worthy opponent like the predecessor was?"
"For the class of notebook that this is the Mobility Radeon X700 is at the top of its game. It allows the highest level of playable quality settings we have seen yet for this class of notebook."
"Some of you that have seen the nVidia control panel for other cards may notice that there is no temperature monitoring tab on the Apollo control panel. As I mentioned before, all 6600GT cores have a built-in sensor. Some card manufacturers, Apollo included, have opted not to enable temp monitoring. I assume that is to discourage overclocking."
"With the majority of today's processors becoming hotter water cooling is something that is becoming more mainstream. Corsair has been doing watercooling for years with the Hydrocool 200 and has decided to bring out a new product called the COOL to replace their old unit. Can Corsair's new "Cool" unit bring water cooling to the masses and still perform well?..."