ASUS V6500V Centrino Notebook, OCZ EL DDR PC-4000 Gold VX, and more!

The news for the night is here. Mixed in with the news tonight, is an article from PCStats on making Batch Files, which can make your life easier depending on what you do with your computer. Have a look. Now for the reviews and I'm off to bed, good night.

ASUS V6500V Intel Centrino Notebook @ Hardware Zone

"Positioned as a slim and lightweight 15-inch notebook, the ASUS V6500V boasts a solid build, a pair of good speakers and decent performance. Find out if it really has all the qualities as claimed."

AMD Q1 2005 Earnings Conference Call Notes @ AMDZone

"We have posted our notes from the AMD earnings report for Q1. Highlights include talk of 90nm progression and yields, 65nm progress, 300mm wafer progress, news on Fab 36, as well as AMD's thoughts on dual core, and on Intel's solution."

Samsung DVD±R/RW–TS-H552U @ ipKonfig

"Now, Samsung comes out with their Double-Layer technology for their latest DVD recording technology. It offers a great deal of performance and stability--it's Samsung, would you expect something less? The Samsung DVD±R/RW - TS-H552U burner brings a lot to the table of DVD burning with its Double-Layer capability and its high-speed burning capacity."

OCZ EL DDR PC-4000 Gold VX @ Neoseeker

"OCZ uses DFI's nF4 to qualify the Gold Edition VX for low-latency/high-clock operation. The DFI LanParty nF4 is the only motherboard on the market capable of delivering up to 4.0V to the memory modules. It doesn't take long to come to the conclusion that this was implemented specifically for OCZ's "Voltage eXtreme" technology."

Via:  HH News Feed
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