HIS X850 XT PE IceQ II VIVO, ATI Theatre 550 TV Card, and more!

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PDP Patriot PC3200 XBL Memory @ TechFreaks

"Today I'll be looking at PDP Systems contribution to the enthusiast market, the 512MB PC3200 Patriot Memory w/ XBL Technology featuring Samsung's TCCD ICs. PDP Systems is a relative newcomer to the memory market, at least relative to the likes of corporate giants Crucial, Corsair, Kingston and OCZ, and while their prior inexperience was shown in our review of their value module, I expect great things out of the Patriot XBL."

MSI GeForce 6600 GT SLI Review @ nVnews

"MSI has done an excellent job with its hardware. Both the video card and motherboard have proven completely stable even during heavy stress testing. While maximum performance is a great thing, it doesn't do you much good if your system is unstable."

HIS X850 XT PE IceQ II Dual DVI VIVO 256MB PCIe @ Bjorn3D

"The quest for more speed and more power keeps going on. Not content with letting NVIDIA catch up to its Radeon X800 XT PE series, ATI has launched a series of new PCI-Express (PCIe) based cards. Today, we are reviewing a card from Hightech technology that uses the new speed king chip from ATI, the Radeon X850 XT PE."

ATI Theatre 550 TV Card @ Gamepyre

"Overall, the TV Wonder Elite is an ok card in my book. In any event, for a MSRP of $149, the TV Wonder Elite cannot be matched for image quality, features, and if you are willing to overlook the issues with the new software, worth the price. I hope that we will see improved PowerCinema software that alleviates some of the issues I have seen."

Introduction to Tape Backup @ The Tech Zone

"If you run a small business, chances are you're saving important files to a server. But what happens when disaster strikes? How are you ensuring that your files won't be lost? Many people fail to realize that the loss of files could cripple their business. You can insure your office and equipment, but you can't insure files."

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