OCZ Gamer eXtreme, Linksys WRT54GC, Mushkin 1GB XP4000 and More
"Over the past few years, OCZ Technology has been pushing the limits of memory modules with its fine engineering talent. In recent memory, OCZ's low-latency Platinum Rev. 2 memory overclocked the highest out of the numerous low-latency modules we tested. OCZ then introduced its VX value line of memory, which continued the tradition of amazingly decent overclocking yields at an all time low prices. The company's innovation didn't stop there, however."
"A digital camera isn't a PC peripheral, so why should you have to connect to a computer to print photos? Thanks to Epson and other suppliers with portable printers, you don't. These standalone printers come with memory card and USB slots. Plug in the camera or a card, and you've got your own mini photofinishing shop in any room with an AC outlet. Or, in the case of the Epson, buy an optional rechargeable battery, and you can print anywhere."
"Byron Johnstone, our new writer from South Africa, is a complete overclocking nut and he loves taking all manors of computer products to the extreme. In his first article he has his way with an AMD Athlon FX-57 processor with Phase Change cooling. He shows us what the newest and quickest CPU from AMD can achieve at -12 degrees Celsius with the Prometeia Mach II!"
The Linksys WRT54GC is an ultra portable compact Wireless-G broadband router that is ideal for turning a hotel room into a wired and wireless hotspot. The WRT54GC is really three devices in one. First, there's the Wireless Access Point, which lets you connect both Wireless-G and Wireless-B devices to the network. There's also a built-in 4-port full-duplex 10/100 Switch to connect your wired-Ethernet devices. Connect four PCs directly, or attach more hubs and switches to create as big a network as you need. Finally, the Router function ties it all together and lets your whole network share a high-speed cable or DSL Internet connection.
"The amazing thing with these modules is that we can even run it at these overclocked speed (270MHz) at the most extreme latencies of CAS 1.5-2-2-5 rock solid. This is the first time we have had DDR running at this incredible timings at these speeds."