Mushkin PC2-5300, Soltek K8TPro-939, and... more!
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"We take a closer look at Mushkin´s Enhanced DDR2 Memory rated to run at DDR667 speeds. Using a high end system we push this 1GB kit as far as it can go."
"...So it's with an open mind that I agreed to look at a triplet of their latest Hollywood@Home editions. A USB TV tuner, USB soundcard and a set of surround sound headphones, they seem to have applied the same high-value, low-cost mantra that Gainward used to create the original soundcard product."
"Now, we're back with another set of PQI RAM to test, this time their new 1GB kit of PC4200 DDR 2. By the time we're done putting the memory through its paces, we'll know if PQI has taken the trend it started with the PC3200 and continued it on this entirely new platform."
"...I would like to say that after playing with the Soltek SL-K8TPro-939, but the reality of it is that everyone makes mistakes, and its easier to blame them on an object rather than your own misgivings. Its always that ONE BIOS option that is overseen that can ruin your day. Luckily the Soltek ran so well just as it is, that it was easy to just let it go and have some fun with the most powerful processor platform you can buy today. Lets have a look at it shall we..."
"When we thought we had seen everything from ATake's Phantom Robot series, Wisetech USA sprung out and unleashed the PipeTower. This cooler utilizes a 1" heatpipe to cool K7 and P3 CPUs."