SinTek 600SLI Power Supply, Patriot DDR700 SDRAM
Hey folks! Valve has released version 3 of their Steam service today. Yes, version 3. Those of you who were previously using the "-clientbeta betaui" tags with Steam already know what to expect. Along with a new interface, hopefully this version will be void of many of the problems with the previous version(quirky offline mode support, and occasional problems downloading games to name a few). The friends network still isn't working, so don't get rid of X-Fire just yet. Just restart Steam to receive the update.
"The same old features and audio quality are the norm these days. In fact, if you have an MP3 player and you want it to survive in the market, quality is a prerequisite. Of course, there are those exclusive iconic looks and a select number of features here and there that make portable audio players stand out from their competition, but still, it takes a lot more wattage to send a jolt through the industry."
"Well, Windows Xp 64 has been out for quite a while now, I for one have already upgraded and there is a noticeable difference, better in some respects, while not better in other. The 'not better' part is driver support. 64Bit is the future, pretty soon all CPUs will be 64bit, so why would anyone want to run WinXp 32 with a 64bit CPU, isn't that like putting Ultra High Test Premium gas in a Yugo?"
"SinTek Industries believes there is void in the high end power supply market that they aim to fill. They aim to push the boundaries of technology to help innovate the often neglected power supply. The SinTek 600SLI is their current top dog, and I'm pleased to be one of the first to get my hands on one."
"A quick look at the specifications reveals that the 7800 GT is a slightly crippled 7800 GTX, which actually is not a bad thing if you are a 7800 GT. Although the GT has less power under the hood, it still performs quite well when compared to the GTX."
"The newly released DDR700 SDRAM and its performance are the subject matter of this review. Are Patriot PDC1G5600ELK modules the fastest available or there's a hitch somewhere?"