Windows Vista Build 5219 Review, BFG 7800 GT OC Water Cooled - HotHardware

Windows Vista Build 5219 Review, BFG 7800 GT OC Water Cooled

Beware the bug that bricks your DS. That didn't take long. Thinking back to the days of the original GameBoy, I never thought I would see worms crawling into hand held game systems. Actually, back then, the only "worm" I knew about where the ones you go fishing with. Anyway, enjoy the news!

Windows Vista Build 5219 Review @ CoolTechZone.com

"At the recent PDC, Microsoft started a new way of launching software, and we aren't complaining. The deal is that it'll showcase a monthly update to Vista, which would show progress from the last month in terms of added functionality, features, and graphics in addition to additional functionality. This is an excellent method as it allows Microsoft to gauge developer mood as well as check out how well the features are received overall."

Gigabyte i-RAM – Affordable D.I.Y Solid State Storage @ TweakTown

"i-RAM is Gigabyte's latest innovation which caters for users and businesses who require super quick data transfer over the SATA bus through the use of DDR memory modules. Read on as we take a look at Gigabyte's first attempt at hitting into the solid state storage market - how does 150MB/s burst and average read speeds sound?"

SunBeam Trio @ Bjorn3D

"Can you remember the days when the typical computer case was grey or beige? I'm not sure who decided to use those colours but you couldn't call computer cases good looking or cool. Those days are now long gone and these days we expect our to be able to keep our cases out in the open without being ashamed of the look."

BFG 7800 GT OC Water Cooled @ PC Perspective

"If you are doing a new water cooling install, then adding in the block on the BFG card is easy, just connect the tubes and fill the system per your instructions. The BFG card does include adaptors to go between ΒΌ" and 3/8" tubing sizes to allow most configurations to work right out of the box."

Corsair TWINX2048-3500LLPRO CAS2 @ Techgage.com

"Corsair have just launched what they call the fastest ASUS compatible DDR1 memory on the market. At PC3500 and CAS2, these 1GB sticks soar past the competition. Let's see just how overclockable they are, and see how far we can push them while keeping our beloved CAS2."

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