Samsung 915N Monitor, ASUS P5LD2 Deluxe WiFi+TV, and more! - HotHardware

Samsung 915N Monitor, ASUS P5LD2 Deluxe WiFi+TV, and more!

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1600DPI Gaming Mice from Logitech and Razer @ TweakTown

"Swinging away from the usual hardware, today we're looking at two of the latest and greatest gaming mice from Logitech and Razer. In the left corner we have the Logitech MX518 and in the right corner we have the Razer Diamondback Plasma Edition. Both offer impressive features such as on-the-fly sensitivity adjustments and 1600 DPI accuracy. Which is the best for your gaming rig? Read on and find out our thoughts!"

Samsung 915N @ Overclockers Online

"After about eight weeks with this monitor, I'm happy to report that it's excelled in everything I used it for. During this entire period, there was not a single dead or stuck pixel to report. This has always been a concern, but after testing three or four Samsung LCDs, all have been flawless. The 915N is ideal for those who want to find a balance between performance and price."

ASUS P5LD2 Deluxe WiFi+TV @ Phoronix

"Although the Chipset utilized on the ASUS P5LD2 Deluxe is the i945P, rather than Intel's flagship i955X, the motherboard does manage to pack a wealth of onboard features with an additional ATA-133 IDE controller, Firewire, and a SATA2 controller. Topping off the P5LD2 Deluxe package is a WiFi+TV tuner card as well as ASUS's Stack Cool 2 and AI Quiet Technology."

Shuttle XPC SN26P (nForce4 SLI) @ Hardware Zone

"Just a tad larger than existing P-series XPC machines, Shuttle's newest entrant defies all previous expectation with its performance shattering results. Based on an nForce4 SLI platform for AMD CPUs, dual GeForce 6800 GT cards and other fine components, this is a breathtaking machine."

How to Upgrade your Notebook Memory @ Hardware Secrets

"Nowadays almost all notebook computers allow you to expand their RAM memory capacity. This is possible because they use memory modules just like desktops, but in a different form factor, called SO-DIM..."

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