Transcend T-Sonic 610 512MB MP3 Player, Thermalright SI-120
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"The new Thermalright SI-120 heatsink is a redesigned XP-120 that offers greater motherboard compatibility while still accommodating a 120mm fan of your choice. In fact, Thermalright claims the SI-120 will fit all known Intel P4 and AMD K8 motherboards (at least they haven't found one yet it didn't fit). The SI-120 incorporates five heat pipes to transfer heat out of the copper base into a large array of aluminum fins (just like the original XP-120)."
"The cooler has a fairly manageable 120mm diameter but weighs in at roughly 750 grams, not making it a true lightweight by current standards. It uses 66 aluminum fins in a radial pattern protruding from a copper core in a very similar fashion to what Zalman has been doing with their current line up of CPU coolers. The 100mm fan in the Golden Orb II spins at only 1600 RPM, but is large enough to still move a respectable 35 CFM of air."
"With the release of dual core processors, there is again a bandwidth crunch and DDR2 memory is the only source capable of filling the void. Corsair is quick on the ball, and today we have some very quick PC2-8000 compatible memory to test as a result. According to Corsair, with compatible supporting hardware, its 240-pin DDR2 Twin2X1024-8000UL memory can run at.....1000 MHz! Amazing!"
"With the availability of so many different brands and sizes of MP3 players, the Transcend T-Sonic 610 stands out with its crisp, clear sound, and deep bass tones during MP3 playback, with the FM Tuner, and the built in recorder. If you take into account that no additional software is necessary to use it, and the overall ease of use, you have a great MP3 player!"
"ATI has always had the lion?s share of market when it comes to home multimedia VGA cards and the new AIW PCIx X800XL continues in that trend. It has all the features that made the All-In-Wonder brand the choice of millions of consumers with a few added twists for more appeal."