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Hitachi is planning to display a pair of new hard drives at CES, the 1TB Travelstar 5K1000 and the 4TB Deskstar 7K4000. Both will be in the company’s G-Technology family, which is a line of products designed exclusively for Apple products. The 2.5-inch Travelstar 5K1000 features a 6Gbps SATA interface and will be wrapped in a G-DRIVE mobile or G-DRIVE mobile USB portable chassis. The former features USB 2.0 and FireWire 800 connectivity, and the latter offers USB 2.0. The two variations on the 1TB Travelstar 5K1000 are bus-powered, Time Machine-ready, and will ship in the first quarter of... Read more...
Hitachi revealed three new storage offerings with capacities up to 3TB. The new 3TB, 7,200 RPM Hitachi Deskstar Internal Hard Drive Kit comes with software that enables 32- and 64-bit Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, and Linux systems to utilize the full capacity and power of the 3TB drive as a single, massive data drive. The new Hitachi Internal Hard Drive Kit is available in capacities of 3TB and 2TB. The new Hitachi XL Desktop External Drive offers USB 2.0 connectivity and capacities of 3TB, 2TB and 1TB. Finally, Hitachi is shipping its new 3TB, 2TB and 1.5TB Deskstar 7K3000 drive family to OEMs... Read more...
Western Digital was visibly proud when they introduced the planet's first 2TB desktop hard drive back in April. You might say it was just as proud as Hitachi was when they introduced the world's first 1TB desktop hard drive back in early 2007. Regardless of actual pride levels, there's no doubt that Hitachi is beaming today with this announcement. The device you're looking at below is the industry's first 2TB desktop hard drive with a 7200RPM spindle rate. If you'll recall, the 2TB Caviar Green HDD we took a look at earlier this year spun at a lathargic 5400RPM. WD called it "green," performance... Read more...
Crucial Ballistix PC2-8000 (BL2KIT6464AA1005) Memory Modules @ Xbitlabs.com: "The memory chips used in Crucial Ballistix PC2-8000 memory modules are made by Micron, which is actually not at all surprising. Namely these are MT47H64M8BT-3:A chips. According to the specification, these memory chips are designed to work at 667MHz frequency with CL=5. How does Crucial manage to make these chips work at 50% higher frequency than their nominal value? The answer to this question is quite obvious: it is possible due to extremely high voltage." XFX 6800GT Review @ Gamepyre.com: "XFX has announced... Read more...
Hitachi Deskstar 7K500 500GB SATA-II Hard Drive @ Bigbruin.com: "The Hitachi Deskstar 7K500 500GB SATA-II hard drive raises the bar for those who subscribe to the theory that bigger is better. When it comes to hard drives; more speed, more capacity, and more cache memory is always a good thing. This is the first drive to come across our test bench with SATA300 speed, and it provides the largest capacity (500GB) and most cache memory (16MB) that we have seen to date. Browse around... 500GB and 16MB are currently the best you will find in an internal hard drive, in these respective categories."... Read more...
Not satisfied with this mornings news post? Well tonight we've got a lot more for you to read. We've got an item from Mikhailtech... lights for your molex connectors! We've also got a review of MSI's X800 XTs. Read on and enjoy :) Old ... yet cool ?" @ OC-Service.com "When the new graphic cards are being introduced, their manufacturers often focus on updating the drivers for them. This helps those cards to achieve better results in games or benchmarks. However : it is often that the newest drivers do not increase the older cards' efficiency and even decrease it. In this article I will... Read more...