Corsair XMS2 PC2-4300 Pro 1GB, ASUS N6600 GT/TD
Hey folks. E3 coverage is starting to roll in, and some info on the new Nintendo can be found over at Bytesector. As for HH, Andrew has reviewed the IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad T43, so check it out before you go. Goodnight folks!
"The Corsair memory modules tested here today presented a great deal of value compared to SimpleTech's offering we most recently looked at. What's more is that the Corsair memory features extras that users might expect when spending more than $200 for memory; heatspreaders, lower latencies, higher stock frequency, and Corsair's unique activity LEDs. I can say that I'd recommend this memory to people looking for fast, stable, and high performing memory."
"ASUSTeK is widely known for its high-quality computer components and is respected to reliability of its products. Today we are taking a look at ASUS' AGP version of the GeForce 6600 GT graphics card. We attempt to overclock the product to find out whether it really brings any advantages to modern games in terms of performance."
"In testing, the Kanguru Bio Drive worked flawlessly. I placed my finger at different angles and it still recognized it right away, but using a different finger never worked. I tried the old trick of placing my finger on the drive, locking it, then breathing on it (like you were cleaning sunglasses) which causes the condensation to collect on the oil marks of the previous finger, but it wouldn't unlock."